Telecommunication inventions

  • Telegraph

    The telegraph is a device that uses electrical signals to transmit coded text messages, such as Morse code, over wire lines or radio communications.
    It was invented by Samuel Finley
  • Telephone

    A telephone is a device that permits two or more users to have a conversation when they are too far away to talk directly.
    It was invented by Graham Bell
  • Radio

    Radio is the remote transmission of sound through electromagnetic waves that are capable of reaching thousands of people quickly and simultaneously through a receiving device.
    It was invented by Nikola Tesla and Guglielmo Marconi
  • television

    System of transmission of images and sounds at a distance by means of hertzian waves.
    It was invented by John Logie Baird
  • Computer

    Electronic machine that can store information and proces it automatically through mathematical and logical operations controlled by computer programs.
    It was invented by Konrad Zuse
  • Tablet

    A Tablet is a type of laptop, larger than a smartphone, integrated into a touch screen that interacts primarily with the fingers, without the need for a physical keyboard or mouse.
    It was invented by Alan Kay
  • Mobile phone

    Mobile phone
    The mobile phone is an electronic wireless device that allows access to the cellular or mobile phone network.
    It was invented by Martin Cooper