Does cellular routing technology exist?

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What is the technology that would allow a call from a cell phone to be routed to a transmission device that triggers a loud beeping sound. For example, using a cell phone to call a number that calls a database, and then triggers an external receiver that is attached to one's keychain for example?

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Sounds alot like some simple call-forwarding: Cell calls the extension, Call forwarding redirects call to Paging device (keychain, beeper, alternate cell, etc)…

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  • Subhendu Sen
    I am not sure, but most probably, it is possible by J2ME.
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