Learn all about Acoustic Coupler
Acoustic Coupler is an interface device for electrical signals by acoustical means, usually going into and out of a telephone instrument.
How has it changed the future. What makes this a great invention. How did it affect technology?
It's changed the future by helping death people hear. What makes this invention so great is that it's really helping people out. It's giving people who have never heard anything before finally hear.
Robert Haig Weitbrecht
Robert Haig Weitbrecht was born on April 11, 1920 in Orange, California. He died at age of 63 on May 19, 1983 from an automobile accident. Weitbrecht was born deaf his education was pretty mainstream in his early school life. In 1942 Robert went to earn his B.S in Astronomy from the University of California, Berkeley and finished his education with a M.S in Astronomy from the University of Chicago in 1957.He was first a physicist at Radiation Laboratory at the University of California, then an electronics scientist at the U.S Naval Air Missile Test Center.