MemberJune 10, 2021 at 9:56 am::
Alexander Graham Bell is most popular for his invention of the telephone in the manufacture of communication to the revolution, as far as we know. His interest in sound technology was the most deep-rooted and personal, because of his wife, mother and career.” Although there is some debate as to whether or not Bell is a true pioneer of the telephone, he was given exclusive rights to technology, and co-founded Bell Telephone Company in 1877. As a result, a gifted scientist, he already has 18 patents for his inventions, and of the experience in the field of communication.
In 1871, the Bell began to work on the harmonic telegraph, a device that allows multiple messages to be transmitted over the wire at the same time. We are trying to improve this technology, which is supported by a team of the Bell as investors, we are looking for a way to transmit the human voice over a wire.
In 1875, Bell, and with the help of your partner, Thomas Watson, has invented a simple-to-left, which would transform it into an electric sound.
Other scholars, among others, Antonio Meucci, and Elisha Gray, has been working on similar technology, and there is some debate as to who will need the name of the first was the invention of the phone. The bell is said to have come to his senses, after having lost their desire to escape, and this is a patent to the first to obtain the rights to open it.
On March 7, 1876, Bell got his telephone patent. A few days later, he made his first phone call to Watson, it is claimed that in the opinion of the now-famous words: Watson, come here.” I want to be with you.”
In 1877, the Bell Telephone Company was established, which by now is well-known, such as AT&T, and in 1915, the Bell made the first transcontinental phone call to the Watson of New York city, San Francisco.