First successful call (March 10, 1876)
Before the internet we had the phone. Well, we still do it, but let's face it, most of us carry our phones because they can bring us everywhere online. But until the advent of the Internet, the phone was probably the most transformative means of communication the world had ever seen. And on March 1
0, 1876, the inventor Alexander Graham Bell presented the first successful telephone conversation with his assistant in the next room. Mr. Watson, come here. I want to see you. "Those were the first words that Bell spoke and successfully transmitted over his phone. Professor of vocal physiology at Boston University in 1873. He eventually worked on a system to transmit over a telegraph-like system, and built a telephone from it With the engineer Thomas Watson, in June 1875, Bell and Watson transmitted sound vibrations between two receivers – no intelligible words were heard, but on the receiving end, human-like sounds were heard, it could transmit full speech, he had also filed a patent for his system, Less than half a year later, Bell tested his invention with a call over a distance of two miles, apparently still a long way from immediate, worldwide communications. which the phone now offers, but it was still a milestone.