Frequently Asked Questions for InfoOnCall

What is new with InfoOnCall?

(a) InfoOnCall can communicate with external program to swap parameters back and forth. For example, you can write a program to fetch temperature readings from a device and send the result to InfoOnCall.

(b) A TTS(Text to Speech) function translates a text file into a voice file playable by the Dialogic boards.

(c) Voice recognition function is now available for the Dialogic boards. When the input choices are few, like less than seven, keypad input is recommended because it is fast and accurate. If the input choices are many, voice recognition is a better choice. For example, if the input choice consists of the names of the states in US, voice recognition is the more practical choice.

Microsoft Speech Engine is required for the voice recognition and TTS functions.

(d) WAV files are allowed to play or record messages. The default Dialogic file format used in InfoOnCall is the ADPCM format with a 4 bit per sample and 6 Khz sampling rate.

Where can I buy dBase software ?

Please check with dBase site.

For business applications, what hardware do you recommend?

The Dialogic boards have excellent voice quality and product reliability. Dialogic is an Intel subsidiary, a leader in dedicated voice and/or fax boards with digital signal processors on board.

Dialogic boards offer the following advantages :

Which Dialogic boards do you recommend for InfoOnCall?

How difficult is your script language?

If you know how to do flow chart, you know how to use InfoOnCall.

Our instruction manual has many detailed examples to help you understand thescripting of InfoOnCall.