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The Evolution of the Telephone

1872. Alexander Graham Bell, a pioneer in the field of telecommunications was born in 1847 in Edinburgh, Scotland. Bell had been interested in the education of deaf people; which lead him to invent the microphone and, in 1876, at the age of 29, Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone, at the time it was called the “electrical speech machine”. In 1877, he formed the Bell Telephone Company. News of his invention quickly spread throughout the country, even throughout Europe. By 1878, Bell had...

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Afforestation and Pollution Free World

1. Who invented the telephone? (a) Thomas Alva Edison (b) Galileo (c) Alexander Graham Bell (d) G. Marconi Answer: (c) 2. Who invented the railway engine? (a) Charles Babbage (b) Isaac Newton (c) James Watt (d) George Stephenson Answer: (d) 3. Who invented Radar? (a) Henrey Becquerel (b) Max Planck  (c) Robert Watson Watt (d) Humphrey Davy Answer: (c) 4. Who invented polio vaccine (oral)? (a) Albert Sabin   (b) Burkholder   (c) Luise Pasture    (d) Jonas Salk   ...

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There Is No Perfect Research

research The evolving nature of research makes it inaccurate with time. Take for instance the telecommunications industry. Several research studies have been conducted by many scientists on the need to have a perfect communication system. Alexander Graham Bell performed endless experiments that would prove his communication theory real. Modern scientists have now partnered with wireless cell phone companies to design efficient and effective communication systems that provide faster and reliable connectivity...

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History of Communication

telecommunications, Alexander Graham Bell was born in 1847 in Edinburgh, Scotland. He moved to the United States, settling in Boston, before beginning his career as an inventor. Throughout his life, Bell had been interested in the education of deaf people. This interest lead him to invent the microphone and, in 1876, his "electrical speech machine," which we now call a telephone. News of his invention quickly spread throughout the country, even throughout Europe. By 1878, Bell had set up the first...

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Helen Keller

old, Helen was struck with a fever and became both deaf and blind. The lively child changed into a little wild 'animal' who terrorised the people around her. In 1887, her parents, Arthur H. Keller and Kate Adams Keller, finally contacted Alexander Graham Bell, who worked with deaf children. He advised them to contact the Perkins Institute for the Blind in Watertown, Massachusetts. They delegated the teacher Anne Sullivan, who was then only 20 years old, to try to open up Helen's mind. It was the...

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The Affects of Cutting Nasa's Budget

subjects, who innovate through opportunities given to them by the NASA program, are being deprived of their chance to invent and potentially become heroes. These heroes are those who leave lasting impacts on society and culture. For example, Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone in 1876, and as time progressed, the telephone evolved into the cell phone. Today the cell phone is used for almost everything; web browsing, emergencies, work and entertainment, and serves as a sizeable part of everyday...

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Technological Advancement

giving big significances to the mankind. There are many devices which can be listed out. The telephone, is among the best telecommunication device. The device can be used to receive and send sounds for usually two people, three, or more. Alexander Graham Bell is one of the earliest inventor for the telephone. It is one of the most common appliances to be haved in most houses. It is used mainly to call other persons at far distances. This could really be a benefit for us, because eventhough we cannot...

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Communication Timeline

keyboard-operated types striking a ribbon to transfer ink or carbon impressions onto the paper. Telephone: From the moment Alexander Graham Bell yelled those famous words, "Come here Mr. Watson, I want to see you!” the business of providing telephone service was off and running. Soon after that fateful day of March 10, 1876, Bell and Watson were demonstrating the instrument. In July of 1877, the Bell Telephone Company was formed by Gardiner Hubbard Radio: Radio owes its development to two other inventions,...

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Technology and the Evolution of Communication

and important. In 1837, a new medium of communication was introduced – the telegraph, which was invented by Samuel F.B. Morse. This new technology enabled people to send message to distant places and receive it within the same day.  In 1876, Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone, which triggered a revolution in communication technology. For the first time, people can communicate with other people in real time, regardless of their location. In the 1990s the internet was introduced, which made...

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Telephone Essay

Can you imagine how different life would be if the telephone was never invented? One of the most powerful, and controversial, inventions has been that of the telephone. Alexander Graham Bell, the inventor of the telephone, had no idea that what he invented would eventually change the world. The advancement of telephones has impacted the growth in the telecommunication field and has helped people around the world stay connected. Before this technology was invented, it was very difficult for...

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