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1900 - Telephone Transmission Extends Across and Between Major Cities

As telephone transmission extends across and between major cities, "loading coils" or inductors were placed along the lines to reduce distortion and attenuation or the loss of a signal's power.

Independently invented by the American Telephone and Telegraph Company's (AT&T) George Campbell and Michael Pupin of Columbia University, the loading coils were first used commercially in New York and Boston, almost doubling the transmission distance of open lines. Pupin was awarded a patent for the device in 1904, and AT&T pays him for its use.

1904 - Fleming invents the vacuum diode

British engineer Sir John Ambrose Fleming invented the two-electrode radio rectifier; or vacuum diode, which he called an oscillation valve. Based on Edison's light bulb, the valve reliably detected radio waves. Transcontinental telephone service became possible with Lee De Forest's 1907 patent of the triode, or three-element vacuum tube, which electronically amplified signals.

1915 - First transcontinental telephone call

Alexander Graham Bell made the first transcontinental telephone call to Thomas Watson-from New York to San Francisco-after trials using De Forest’s triodes successfully boost the long-distance signal. The world’s longest telephone line consists of 2,500 tons of copper wire, 130,000 poles, three vacuum-tube repeaters, and countless numbers of loading coils.

The accomplishments in communications encompass technological advances, as well as communication skills. Here are some of the key accomplishments since 1900.

1919 - Switching systems and rotary-dial telephones

Bell System companies began installing switching systems and rotary-dial telephones, though dial phones had been around since just before the turn of the century. The dial maed it easier for customers to place calls without an operator. The finger wheel of the dial interrupted the current in the phone line, creating pulses that correspond to the digits of the number being called.

1920 - Frequency multiplexing concept

AT&T developed the frequency multiplexing concept, in which frequencies of speech are shifted electronically among various frequency bands to allow several telephone calls at the same time. Metal coaxial cable was eventually used to carry a wide range of frequencies.

1947 - North American Numbering Plan

With the rapidly growing number of telephone customers, AT&T and Bell Labs developed the North American Numbering Plan, a system that assigns telephone numbers to customers in the United States and its territories as well as Canada and many Caribbean nations.

The first three digits of a typical number identified the area being called; the next three, called the prefix, located the closest central or switching office; and the last four digits represented the line number. Bell Labs conceived the idea of reusing radio frequencies among hexagonal "cells"—the beginning of the drive toward cellular communications. Mobile phones became an even more realistic dream with the invention of the transistor, which eventually made them possible.

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