The first ever used phone
Timeline of the telegraph
1794- Claude Chappe. invented a non-electric telegraph by depending on sight. invented an alphabet with flag signals.
1807- Samuel Soemmering, invented a crude telegraph. connecting 35 wires in water, and the message was read by the amount of gas created from the electrolysis.
1825- William Sturgeon, invented the electromagnet. a large scare evolution for electronics.
1828- Harrison Dyar, made a telegraph with electrical sparks that burns a paper tape creating dots and dashes.
1830- Joseph Henry, created a sense of long distance communication by sending an electric current that caused a bell to strike.
1835- Samuel Morse, the best invention of a practical and usable telegraph.
1861- Western Union built first transcontinental telegraph line.
1863- Abraham Lincoln sent a call to Lieutenant Dobson two tell him to set up for a protection spot in Cemetery Mountain in Maryland.
1900- Fredrick Creed, found a way to convert Morse code to text.
1913- Western Union found a way to transmit eight messages simultaneously.
1914- Automatic transmission could submit 80-90 words a minute
1936- Western Union found a way to let a single wire carry 72 transmissions at a time.
1959- Western Union let subscribers use the teleprinter service to dial to each other directly