"Telephone" Essays and Research Papers

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Impact of the Telephone

If you didn't have the telephone then how would you contact people? You wouldn't be able to easily. If you wanted to talk to people you would have to go to their house, meet them somewhere, or write to them. That would be difficult. The world's communication has been upgraded by the telephone. The telephone had a large impact, it made business more efficient and it saved money from having to travel back and forth from far places, and it made transactions able to occur more quickly. It...

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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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The telephone call (by Dorothy Parker)

historical context we should presuppose that it’s the very beginning of the 20th century, the USA. I would like to say a few words about the author and the story I’m going to analyze further. The text under analysis is the short story “The telephone call” belonging to the pen of Dorothy Parker, an American poet, short story writer, critic and satirist, best known for her wit, wisecracks, and eye for 20th-century urban foibles. The author is the master of psychological analysis. Her works are...

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Telephone and Availability

anytime of a day for use of his money so the availability of an ATM is very important with regards to business of a bank. Repeat Problem (a) for a telephone switching system that routes calls through a switching network based on the telephone number requested by the caller. Confidentiality: Although the confidentiality with the use of telephone should be high, I thing in today's world it is moderate as many agencies are tracking the calls and listening to the conversations if not recording...

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Evolution of the Telephone

The Evolution of the Telephone Thanks to Alexander Graham Bell, you can “hear me now,” whenever and wherever you want. From a way to improve the telegraph to the smartphones we carry with us, the telephone has seen an evolution in technology like no other device. For the thirty years prior to its development, the only form of communicating with someone over long distances was either through the telegraph or by letter...

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How Do Deaf People Use Telephones? What About Doorbells and Alarm Clocks?

How do deaf people use telephones? What about doorbells and alarm clocks? There are many everyday devises that we hearing people take for granted, among these are telephones, smoke alarms, doorbells, and alarm clocks. When we look at how members of the deaf community use these everyday items we must consider that members within the community have very different communication needs, abilities, and preferences. Hard-of-hearing people for example can use a standard telephone with the addition of a...

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Answering the Telephone Professionally

Answering the phone professionally The rules for answering a telephone are simple but they need to be continually reviewed and practiced. Following are the most basic ones, which should always be employed. 1. Use the three answering courtesies: • Greet the caller • State your organisation • Introduce yourself “Good afternoon, Accounts, Andrew Batt speaking” 2. Show enthusiasm when you answer. Help make the caller feel welcome A tired voice lacking in enthusiasm is very unappealing and reflects...

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Product Assesment Landline Telephone

Assignment 1 Product Assessment The landline telephone is the service that I chose because it’s a service that is still on the market but is has declined to consumer appeal. Alexander Graham Bell invented and patented the first long distance landline telephone in 1876. It took 90 years after the first landline was installed to reach 100 million users worldwide. Although the landline has been around for a long time technology has improved over the years as well leaving the landline in the dust...

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Tri State Telephone Case Study

Tri State Telephone Case Study Tri state telelephone Tri-State Telephone is a telecommunications company that provided the telecommunications of the residents of three US States. Currently customers of Tri-State Company pay a monthly flat rate for the service they used. Now the management of Tri-State wants to change the pricing system from monthly flat rate to a new pricing system. However, the customers are not in a position to accept the new pricing system.Hence, they do not allow the company...

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Telephone and Alexander Graham Bell

TELEPHONE One of the greatest life changing inventions was the telephone. Electronic communication first began with the telegraph that allowed simple sentences to be tapped out over a telegraph line. In 1873, Alexander Graham Bell, along with Thomas Watson, an electrician helping Bell, began experimenting with a “harmonic telegraph” which he hoped would allow multiple communications to be transmitted simultaneously over the same pair of telegraph wires. By 1874 he was also working on a method...

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