Category Archives: origins of telecommunications

The Evolution of Missed Calls

By letting the answering machine pick up the call, you could listen in as the caller began leaving a message. Continue reading

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Early Communications from Semaphores and Wired Signals to Marconi’s Wireless Telegraph

The first message ever sent on a telegraph was sent by Samuel Morse to co-inventor Alfred Vail. It said simply, “What hath God wrought!” Continue reading

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