Posted on Dec 21, 2012

By vocalizing the numbers and symbols of its~eypad, the phone provides an audible confirmation that is useful to the blind. The serial-interface, 2 K-byte x 8-bit ROM (!C4) stores programmed sequences of instructions that are executed by the speech-processor chip IC2-manufactured by the General Instrument Corp. When you depress a key, tone-dialing chip ICl issues the corresponding number of pulses at its DP output.

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Counter IC5 totals the pulses, and IC6 latches the resulting 4-bit digital word. This word, converted to serial format by IC2, becomes an address that selects a block of memory within IC4.

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