Samuel Morse: The Invention Of The Electric Telephone

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The very first data communication the was done electrolytically was in 1836 by Samuel Morse. He demonstrated the ability to Transmit information over wires. This information was sent using a series of electrical signals. In 1844 Morse demonstrated to the US congress the practicality of his invention by sending a message from washington to baltimore, it read “What Hath God wrought”. With this invention made the world seem smaller than ever before making it easier to access information.

It would be another 32 years before the next great breakthrough in data communication with the electric telephone. It was 1876 in Boston where Alexander G. Bell and Thomas Watson would show off the electric telephone. It wasn’t till the early 1900’s that Telephones
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This ARPANET was under development since 1962 when J.C Licklider from MIT was thinking of a way for people to quickly access information anywhere. It was funded by the the US defence department because they wanted to facilitate the sharing of resources and informations for military and research personal. The ARPANET was shown to a larger audience in 1972 along with a tool that would provide instant messaging over great distances called Email. This tool allowed the creators of the ARPANET to discuss and document in great detail their progression. But it wasn’t until the 1980 where people wanted to join their networks LANs to the …show more content…
How Synchronous communication works is as follows when you speak/message someone and instantly someone on the other end can hear you. Synchronous communication is typically used in business meeting where people are far away say another office building and they need to talk in real time as if they were next to each other. It is also use all the time when people play computer games with their friends so they can be better coordinated. But the most common use of Synchronous communication is using the telephone and ring

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