How was the telephone invented?

Alexander Graham Bell conceived of the telephone at his summer home in Brantford, Ontario and physically created his first phone in Boston, Massachusetts (where, he said, it was 'born'). This was a result of his research into improving the telegraph system. Bell was experimenting into improving the telegraph system so that multiple messages could be sent at the same time (his theory of the 'harmonic telegraph' was based on the principle that several messages could be sent simultaneously along the same wire if the different telegraph signals each had a different pitch). However at the same time he began working on the novel idea that speech could be transmitted electronically, as he accidentally discovered that the sound of a spring being twanged could be heard over his harmonic telegraph system. Almost a year later in March 1876 Bell uttered the first famous words into the device to his assistant in the next room: "Mr. Watson, come here - I want to see you".

Alexander graham bell invented the phone with the help of ELECTRICITY AND JACK MARIEL

Alexander graham bell invented the phone with the help of ELECTRICITY AND JACK MARIEL

Alexander graham bell invented the phone with the help of ELECTRICITY AND JACK MARIEL

all I know is that Alexander graham bell presented his project at a convention and his voice was heard coming from another room. he had invented the first telephone. when he showed the world none believed him that it would work. Wat
The telephone was made because Alexander Graham Bell wanted to improve the telegraph. He wanted the telegraph to be able to send more than one message at the same time on the same wire. Hope this helped!
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