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History Of Communications Technology


Katelyn Jordan

on 1 December 2011

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Transcript of History Of Communications Technology

In 3500 to 2900 BC the phoenicians
Developed an alphabet.

The Egyptions created
hieroglyphic Aslo in 3500 to 2900 BC History Of Communication Technology -In 776 Bc
The homing pigeon was used to send messages. In 200 - 100 Bc
they used human messagers on foot or on horseback to get messages to people In 14 Romans established a postal services. in 305 the First wooden printing presses invented in China - symbols carved on a wooden block. In 1450 Newspapers appeared in Europe in 1455 a printing press with metal movable type was created 1814 Joseph Nicéphore Niépce achieves the first photographic image.
by Katelyn Jordan in 1876 - Alexander Graham Bell builds the electric telephone. in 1887 Emile Berliner invents the gramophone - a system of recording which could be used over and over again. in 1835 Samuel Morse invents Morse code in1898 the First telephone answering machines were invented. in 1904 comic books were created in 1927 the first successful motion picture. in 1951 it was first time computers where sold commercially in 1963 zip codes were invented in the united states in 1971 The computer floppy disc was invented in 1976 the Apple I home computer was invented 1979 First cellular phone communication network started in Japan.. Today we have technologys like iphone, ipod, ipad, and other devices http://inventors.about.com/library/inventors/bl_history_of_communication.htm Sources http://www.google.ca/ http://transition.fcc.gov/omd/history/ http://worldhistorysite.com/communication.html http://worldhistorysite.com/communication.html
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