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How Has The Telephone Changed Over Time?

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Ashna Jagadisan

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Transcript of How Has The Telephone Changed Over Time?

How has the telephone changed
overtime?

By: Ashna J 620
Introduction
-Canadian invention

-invented by Alexander Graham Bell

-invented in 1876
Before...
-first telephone: electromagnet telephone

-first invented by Alexander Graham Bell
Alexander Graham Bell and his invention
Alexander Graham Bell
-Born in Nova Scotia

-Born March 3, 1847

-Died August 2, 1922


How it works
Speaks
through mic
Diaphragm pushes carbon
Current flows
through carbon
Magnets by
the receiver
Timeline
1. 1664-Tin Can Telephone

2. 1876-First telephone
was built (electromagnet telephone)
3. 1889-Pay Phone
4. 1896-Wilhelm Candlestick
5. 1919-Rotary Phone
6. 1905-Outdoor Phone Booth
7. 1948-Western Electric Model 500
8. 1956-Ericsson Mobile Telephone
9. 1956-Cordless Phone
10. 1973-Motorola DynaTAC
11. 1980s-Airfone (airplane phone)
15. 1982-Mobira Senator (Car Phone)
16. 1989-Motorola MicroTAC
Bibliography
"Alexander Graham Bell." Wikipedia. June 3 <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_Graham_Bell>
Note: I used Wikipedia mostly for finding the name of phones & release dates
"Telephone." Wikipedia. June 3 <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Telephone>
"Invention of the Telephone." Wikipedia. June 4 <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Telephone>
Mary Bellis. "The History of the Telephone - Alexander Graham Bell." About.com Inventors. June 4 <http://inventors.about.com/od/bstartinventors/a/telephone.htm>
"How the Telephone works." Antique Telephone History Website. June 4 <http://www.antiquetelephonehistory.com/telworks.php>
Marshall Brain. "How Telephones Work." How Stuff Works. June 4 <http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/telephone3.htm>
17. 1996-Motorola StarTAC
18. 1999-Blackberry
19. 2000-Sharp J-SHO4
20. 2005-Motorola RAZR V3
21. 2007-Current-Apple iPhone
22. 2008-HTC Dream
23. June 21, 2013 Samsung ATIV S
*Pre-orders starting June 14*
"How the Telephone Works." Antique Telephone History Website. June 4 <https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/4EYwFqwvtoUlfvwLzUT0RPfvtnh-WTRhqpZHPLKAnpcOap3FEpiZi6jzB-rZH4IwqZRXGHzUWR5dnQQjQVmDo2UMWWHKLPotIoumiumFqqdELgW-OqOekmiW>
hunthomas. "Illustration - Futuristic Mobile Phone Illustration with Holographic World Map and Social Media Icons Design." 123RF. June 6 <http://www.123rf.com/photo_18278234_futuristic-mobile-phone-illustration-with-holographic-world-map-and-social-media-icons-design.html>
Evolution
-The telephone has evolved fast

-even cell phones have evolved a lot


RTO District 3. June 6 <http://www.rtoalgoma.com/links.html>
S_Braun_World_3. "Telephone Timeline." Time Toast. June 8 <http://www.timetoast.com/timelines/120174>
"HTC Dream." Wikipedia. June 8 <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTC_Dream>
"Android (operating system)." Wikipedia. June 8 <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Android_(operating_system)>
"iPhone 5." Wikipedia. June 8 <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IPhone_5>
"iPhone." Wikipedia. June 8 <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IPhone>
"iPhone (1st Generation)." Wikipedia. June 8 <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IPhone_(1st_generation)>
"Blackberry Z10" Wikipedia. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BlackBerry_Z10>
"Trimline Telephone." Wikipedia. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trimline_telephone>
"Blackberry 850" Wikipedia. <http://researchinmotion.wikia.com/wiki/BlackBerry_850>
Conclusion
Everything has changed.
Mary Bellis. "History of the telephone-Modern Phones" About.com Inventors. June 9 <http://inventors.about.com/od/bstartinventors/a/telephone_3.htm>
Beth Buczynski. "The cell phone turns 40-Pros and Cons of a cordless life." truthout. June 9 <http://truth-out.org/news/item/15557-the-cell-phone-turns-40-pros-cons-of-a-cordless-life>
Bibliography 2
MaximumPC. "From Tin Cans to touch screens-40 most important phones in history." Gizmodo. June 10 <http://gizmodo.com/5502671/from-tin-cans-to-touchscreens-the-40-most-important-phones-in-history>
Electromagnetism. "Uses of electromagnet - telephone earpiece." Physics503. June 10 <http://physics503.one-school.net/2008/06/uses-of-electromagnet-telephone.html>
Alaxandra Chang. "Meet the First Windows Phone 8: Samsung’s ATIV S." WIRED. June 10 <http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2012/08/samsung-windows-phone/>
Robert Nelson. "AT&T GALAXY S 4 Active release date and pricing confirmed." Android Community. June 10 <http://androidcommunity.com/att-galaxy-s-4-active-release-date-and-pricing-confirmed-20130613/>
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