Who invented wires?
It is not known who invented cell phones. But a Professor Albert Jahnke claims to have invented it. Cellphones have changed the communication throughout the world. It has become possible to connect to any person on the world without wires. Nowadays smart-phones have everything ranging from Internet services to cameras in them.
Invented in 1915 the first tires were unreliable due to material science having not figured out how to get the Rubber to bond To the Metal Wires the Re-inforcing belts had to be made of at the time. In the Late 1950s Michelin Tire company devised a way to coat or plate the wires with copper and copper will bond to the rubber that was available then. By the late 1970s Radial tires had become…
Land-line telephones are a development of the Telegraph which used pulses of electricity to send Morse Code signals along metal wires. The use of similar wires to transmit speech was invented independently in the 1870s by Elisha Gray and Alexander Graham Bell. Bell won the race to the Patent Office by a few hours.