1
Bernard N Riskin: Telephone system for connecting a customer to a supplier of goods. Applied Telematics, Richard C Woodbridge, July 12, 1988: US04757267 (644 worldwide citation)

A telephone system automatically connects a potential customer with a nearby dealer who can provide the goods or services desired by the potential customer. The potential customer first dials an "800"-type number which preferably includes digits uniquely characteristic of the product or service desi ...


2
Bernard N Riskin: Method of and means for accessing computerized data bases utilizing a touch-tone telephone instrument. R L Associates, Sperry Zoda & Kane, March 10, 1987: US04649563 (192 worldwide citation)

A conventional Touch-Tone telephone instrument is rendered functional in the same manner and to the same extent as a computer terminal having alpha-numeric capability, as regards transmission of queries directed to computerized data bases. It is also rendered functional as a recipient of information ...


3
Bernard N Riskin: Method of and means for accessing computerized data bases utilizing a touch-tone telephone instrument. Telac, Sperry Zoda & Kane, March 28, 1989: US04817129 (163 worldwide citation)

A conventional "Touch-Tone" telephone instrument is rendered functional in the same manner and to the same extent as a computer terminal having alpha-numeric capability, as regards transmission of queries directed to computerized data bases. It is also rendered functional as a recipient of informati ...


4
Bernard N Riskin: Method and apparatus for identifying words entered on DTMF pushbuttons. Fon Ex, Mathews Woodbridge & Collins, July 9, 1991: US05031206 (72 worldwide citation)

The identity of a word entered on DTMF (Dual Tone Multi-Frequency) pushbuttons is determined by identifying letters according to their frequency in groups of 2s and 3s and up to n-letter groups. Initially, a sender will type a word on a DTMF pushbutton pad. Since each button represents three (3) pos ...


5
Bernard N Riskin: Method and means for collecting highway tolls. R L Associates, Sperry Zoda & Kane, November 26, 1985: US04555618 (72 worldwide citation)

A system especially adapted for facilitating the collection of tolls on highways, includes the provision of exteriorly visible bar codes or other machine-readable customer account identifications, on vehicles using toll roads. Issuance of the account identification elements enables the customer to p ...


6
Bernard N Riskin: Method and means for telecommunications by deaf persons utilizing a small hand held communications device. Fon Ex, Sperry Zoda & Kane, April 6, 1993: US05200988 (49 worldwide citation)

A telecommunications device adapted to be positioned between the sending telephone and the line connection thereof or attachable with respect to a sending telephone by way of an audio coupling wherein the DTMF (Digital Tone Multiple Frequency) keypad of the Touch-Tone telephone is utilized to spell ...


7
Bernard N Riskin: Packet network telecommunication system having access nodes with word guessing capability. Richard C Woodbridge, September 12, 1989: US04866759 (46 worldwide citation)

A telecommunication system has the ability to identify words typed out on a DTMF multi-button pad, convert the words into digital format at a telephone access node and transmit that information on a packet transport network to a remote access node where the words are converted into speech and forwar ...


8
Bernard N Riskin: Apparatus for printing of envelopes and pre-packaged mailing inserts located therein. Fon Ex, Sperry Zoda & Kane, July 11, 1989: US04846594 (10 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for printing of mailing inserts prepackaged within envelopes and for printing of the envelopes also as desired simultaneously wherein specifically both sides of one or more inserts can be printed as desired by one pass through a computer controlled printer. Printing can be controlled for b ...