Telephones in industrial revolution

Alexander Graham Bell

Alexander Graham Bell (March,3 1847 - August 2 1922) was born in Edimburg, Scotland. He was a scientist, inventor, engeneer and innovator who is credited with patenting the first practical telephone. He is the second of three sons Alexander Melvine Bell, scientist and writer in the field of physiology and vocal speech.

Definition of Telephone

The telephone is appeared in 1876 allowing the communication device. It was originally designed to transmit the human voice and enable remote call. There are several kinds of telephone: the manual telephone ( first telephones), automatic telephone appeared around 1891, the fixed telephone and the mobile phone.

Differentes Telephones since their establishment

Telephones before and after the revolution

Before and after the revolution

Before the revolution, people did not know the phones. They had to move and communicate each other face to face. For those who had family away from them, they had to make a long processus to send letters.

But, after the revolution, people were not forced to move or to send letters. They had the ability to communicate remotely without seeing, talking to someone on the other side of the world without tiring. But it was a little difficult for them. Phones, at this time were therefore wall so for a person receiving a call that is not at home, could not have any information. But these days, the phone has evolved so that we can move with and receive any calls on oneself. It is the evolution of technology.