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    other, and the invention of the telephone has changed the human life. Today we have a very advanced telephone but it all started 140 years ago with a simple microphone. Year 1876 Alexander G. Bell received his patent on the telephone. This was a revolutionary invention that awed the general public. Only three days after filing the patent Bell called his assistant Mr. Watson from a nearby room and said the famous first message on the telephone “Mr. Watson, come here, I need you”. [1] Bell was however not first with experimenting with telephones but many people recognize Bell as the inventor of the telephone. The original inventor of the telephone is the Florence emigrant Antonio Meucci. [2]…

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    have the telephone, aircraft, etc, each having its unique inventor” (“Quotes About Telephone”). The Industrial Revolution was a period of time when a drastic change occurred for our nation’s way of producing necessities and goods. During this time, Industrialization was occurring throughout America, with the creation of the Cotton Gin and the First Steam Engine. These inventions start a whirlwind of different inventions that change the way the nation communicates and lives forever. One of the…

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    Alexander Graham Bell is most commonly recognized as the inventor of the telephone, but in actuality he has contributed so much more to life as we know it today. He has eighteen patents in his name as well as twelve patents that he shared with others. Alexander Graham Bell also invented the first metal detector which he used to try and locate a bullet from President James Garfield. This was unsuccessful but it led to a thirst for more knowledge. Since this was unsuccessful, President James…

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    Did you know that Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone? Alexander was constantly working on scientific experiments and he became a famous man. Now, hundreds of thousands people can communicate through phones. Bell also worked on a school to help the deaf to enroll. His invention helps life today because we can now communicate through technology called the telephone. Alexander’s Father established a school for the deaf to learn and Alexander also helped the deaf learn. He also inspired …

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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…

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    Task 1 Phones The first phone data communication was invented by Alexander Graham Bell in 1874-1876. But the very first person to be able to convey sounds over a taut extended wire by mechanical vibrations was Robert Hooke in 1667 so it’s the culmination of work done by many individuals until Alexander Graham Bell created a telephone. The earlier development is when sound waves are carried as mechanical vibrations along the string or wire from one diaphragm to the other. A very good example…

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    Jaci Lowry Invention Research The invention I decided to write about was the invention that changed the world, and the one that I believe was the most influential in United States History. A telephone is a device that allows for users to have a conversation. It transmits sounds, usually voices, through wire or radio. Bell’s invention was not the first by any means. It was just better and clearer. Alexander Graham Bell, a scientist, inventor, engineer, and innovator, is…

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    Since the primordial times, the humanity felt the necessity to devise tools that would facilitate their daily activities. In a time where the world was craving for new devices, the inventors appeared. However, the rise of inventions is not limited to today’s world, and to understand that we should first define what an invention is. From my understanding, an invention is nothing more than a complex process of creating a new device; to rephrase it, when someone invents a tool, he or she is…

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    inventing things. Alexander Graham Bell revolutionized the world with his telephone, schools for the deaf, his other inventions, his integrity as a man and with his family, even though he did not always receive the credit he was due. Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone, and revolutionized the world. Bell was working on the telephone to help with his school of the deaf. (“Alexander Graham Bell-A Life of Invention”, 22) Bell had been working long and hard, but he knew he wasn’t able to…

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    influential invention of the late 19th century? Well, there are many choices to choose from. There is the light bulb/electricity which is mainly associated with Thomas Edison, the airplane created by the Wright Brothers, the telephone created by Alexander Graham Bell and his partner Thomas Watson, and the automobile/assembly line which is mainly related to Henry Ford. These people and their inventions have had an unbelievable effect on our world today. I cannot imagine this world without any of…

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