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On 10 March 1876, Scottish-born inventor, Alexander Graham Bell uttered the famous words into the telephone to his assistant in the next room: "Mr. Watson, come here, I want …to see you" .
Alexander Graham Bell conceived of (invented) the telephone at hissummer home in Brantford, Ontario in the summer of 1876, andthen later physically created his first telepho…ne in Boston,Massachusetts (where, he said, it was 'born'). Alexader did on march 10th 1876
In the 1870's the telegraph was in wide use and there were those who were interested in electrical voice transmission or "harmonic telegraph" (a telegraph that could transmit …musical tone). Alexander Graham Bell was experienced with sound and speech and also knew a lot about electricity. The fathers of a couple of Bell's deaf students agreed to fund Bell's research in return for a share in any inventions Bell might make. Bell realized that a continuous electrical current was required to electronically transmit the voice, rather than the intermittent current used by the telegraph. However, there were many who contributed to the development of the modern electric telephone. The concept of a telephone began with the acoustic string telephone (lover's telephone), such as the tin can telephone with two tin cans strung together with tight string or wire. Antonio Meucci invented an early voice communicating device around 1854, but was unable to patent his telettrofono due to lack of money. He installed a telephone-like device within his house in order to communicate with his wife who was ill at the time. Graham Bell They invented the telephone so that people could talk to each other directly. And information can travel faster than an envelope being ship from one ocean to another. The telephone makes everyday life a lot easier for the common people.
Graham bell is the inventor of telephone.
Alexander Graham Bell. :-) He invented the telephone trying to improve hearing conditions and limitations of Blind people such as his mother. Hope I helped! ~WonX~
Yes it was invented on accident.
its because when you nothing to do people don't have to use paper anymore and passing notes just txt and talk at a cost of proabaly 100 $ every month
Alexander Bell invented the telephone on March 10,1876
According to the famous story, the first fully intelligible telephone call occurred on March 6, 1876, when Bell, in one room, called to his assistant in another room. "Com…e here, Watson, I want you." . This conversation occured at the Bell Residence in Brantford, Ontario, Canada. In what is now the Bell Museum which can be visited to this day. Watson heard the request through a receiver connected to the transmitter that Bell had designed, and what followed after that is a history of the founding of the Bell Telephone Company (later AT&T), which grew to be the largest telephone company in the world.
it was invented badly
because he wanted to figure out a way to talk to someone in another room
Alexander Graham Bell (founder of the Bell Corp) is the registered inventor, though there is dispute as to whether others might have done so earlier without patenting it.
In Brantford, Ontario in Alexander Bell's summer home.
Alexander Graham Bell received the first patent for a telephone in 1876. He came up with the idea at his summer home in Brantford, Ontario, Canada, but built the first device …in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. There are several other competing claims for who should be given credit for inventing the telephone, including Antonio Meucci and Elisha Gray. The basic principle of the telephone is that the vibrations of sound waves hitting a conductor can cause the electricity passing through the conductor to fluctuate, and those electrical fluctuations can then cause a magnet to recreate the sound waves. If you speak at the first conductor (the microphone), and then pass the electrical fluctuations to a magnet (the speaker) at the other end of a wire, you have a telephone.
I'm guessing you are asking for: "When was the telephone invented"? Well, on 10 March 1876, Scottish-born inventor, Alexander Graham Bell uttered the famous words into the te…lephone to his assistant in the next room: "Mr. Watson, come here, I want to see you".