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The first telephone was invented by Alexander Graham Bell in Boston
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During the late 1860's many inventors worked with the telegraph principle to transmit sounds and voices. The first system was patented in March, 1876 by Alexander Graham Bell,… a Scottish-American inventor.
When you place a cellular phone call, you dial the number and press the send button. A number of steps then follow: 1. Your cell phone scans for the nearest base station in …order to provide it with the strongest signal and, in turn, the best possible connection. It checks 21 different control channels to determine the strongest available signal. 2. Your cell phone then selects the strongest signal for its use. 3. An origination message (a very short message of about Â¼ second in length) is then sent by the cellular phone, which includes its MIN (Mobile Identification Number, that is, your cellular phone number), as well as the ESN (Electronic Serial Number), and the number that has been dialed. 4. Once the cellular service provider verifies that you are among its customers - based on the sent-out MIN and ESN - the base station sends a channel assignment message to the cellular phone (another Â¼ of a second in length), telling the phone where the conversation will be. 5. The cell phone then tunes into that assigned channel and the call begins. All of this has happened by the time you hear the ringing or busy signal on the other end of the phone.
Alexander Graham Bell patented a telephone in March, 1876. Others had experimented with the transmission of speech over wires since the invention of the telegraph. Bell used a… vibrating diaphragm (microphone) to control the flow of electricity through a wire, such that when the electric flow reached a coil at the other end of the phone line, the coil vibrated another diaphragm (the speaker) in exactly the same pattern. This was efficient within the frequencies of human speech, and later, more precise microphones were able to recreate recognizable voices.
Richard Nixon made the first phone call to the moon. The historical event took place in July 21, 1969. The call was made from Houston, TX.
Yes, but with companies like Skype and you also have to pay money for it if you are going to call real phones or cell phones. But the video calling and audio calling is free i…f you call other computers with Skype and are online. However if you find a different company with calling features you need to make sure its secure and real. Because if it was not secure or real that means you could have just given your phone number or your friends phone numbers to scammers so then anyone could have it!
The person who made the very first telephone call was the inventor himself, Alexander Graham Bell. On March 10, 1876 the first words were uttered, "Mr. Watson, come here, I wa…nt to see you", he said to his assistant and he was heard loud and clear by Watson on the other side.
The telephone was first created by Alexander Graham Bell. The changed it from a huge block to the slim touch screen phones.
The first telephone was created by Alexander Graham Bell. The idea of the telephone was taking from his attempts of the telegraph. The first thing that was said was "Mr. Watso…n come here! I want to see you!" The economy wealth increased incredibly especially in 1877 with the Bell Telephone Company. The telephone also increased jobs and of course communication to many parts of the world. A major economical impact of the telephone was that it developed a new market for women as telephone operators because before the company president would locate himself near the production line to give instructions! So, the telephone is a spectacular invention by Alexander Graham Bell that now is in many different forms (I.E. hamburgers, mickey mouse, shoe, etc.) Along with the Internet or social networking these inventions will always be alive until the end of time!
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Like most modern inventions, the telephone owes its inception to a combination of scientific theories, technology, and imagination. This answer deals with technologies u…sed on the telephone that were not used in its predecessor, the telegraph. Also, we will avoid discussing the switching network that makes a telephone ring just one other telephone and not all telephones everywhere at the same time. The foremost technology for the telephone was the invention of a practical microphone which could convert sound waves into electrical signals. The first telephones contained a microphone that used carbon powder behind a thinly stretched pliable material. The carbon powder had an electrical field running through it and the pressure from sound would compress the carbon and increase its electrical conductivity. The carbon granules had to compress and decompress several thousand times a second to reproduce a distinguishable human voice. Another pivotal concept wasn't so much a technology as the modern foundations of electrical engineering. Maxwell's Laws, which are a cornerstone in any modern electrical appliance, were still under discussion at the time of Alexander Graham Bell's famous invention. These four equations (and the dozens of implications these laws entail) provided the framework for many of the circuits essential to a practical telephone. Modern telephones use a technological spectrum as vast as what you find in a personal computer. They employ semiconductors, digital signal processing, modems (used for caller-id), analog filters, acoustics, and static mechanics to deliver cheap and reliable voice communication.
Alexander Graham Bell made the first ever telephone. He made it in the year 1876. He was 29 years of age.
Mainly all telephone wires are made of copper with a plastic coating for insulation. Older form of telephone wire had a paper or pulp insulation over the copper wire. They are… also a twisted pair cable.
The telephone has made a huge impact on the economy. As an invention usally does, the telephone. Some of these include: TelemarketingLinemenOperators After Alexander Gram Bel…l made the first telephone many people found that they could get money off of making cheaper phones and selling them at high prices. As you can tell companies are still doing this with modern day cell phones.
The telephone was invented in 1876, by Alexander Graham Bell