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It has long said who invented the telephone was the American scientist and inventor Alexander Graham Bell Scottish origin, along with Elisha Gray, but it was Bell who created the phone, only registered the first patent in 1876. The second patent was recorded by Gray. Visit the website In June 2002 the U.S. Congress through resolution 269 decreed that Antonio Meucci was the one who invented the telephone, I call teletrofono. Meucci economic problems could only briefly describe his invention but not patented. Brief History of the Invention of the Telephone: In 1857 Antonio Meucci built and installed a rudimentary phone to connect his office in the basement of his home in Staten Island with the bedroom on the second floor, as his wife could not move around the house that suffered from rheumatism. But not having enough money could not patent his invention. Meucci took his invention of the telephone to Western Union but ignored him and kept the materials, not proven but it is said that these materials were captured by Alexander Graham Bell, who use them to create your phone.

Then in 1876 Bell discovered that to transmit the human voice should use a current, then built and patented the first phone capable of transmitting and receiving quality human voice. Bells patent was registered only a few hours before that of Elisha Gray. Another important person was Thomas Alva Edison who introduced significant improvements to the phones microphone as carbon granules which increased its output power. Antonio Meucci was recognized as the inventor of the telephone in the year 2002 by the Congress of the United States. Pat Bell was controversial from the start because it was said Bell had someone who helped him in the patent office and told him in advance that he was going to compare the two patents that of Gray and Bell to discard the worst and the most expensive. Bell could thank his friend comparing patents and patent added to hand him a note in which he described an alternative design just like the Gray. The first years of the history of the telephone in Mexico: In 1878, Mexico was the first test in successful telephone between Mexico City and the then remote village of Tlalpan, which today is one of the municipalities of the Federal District. The Federal District (DDF) and the company Alfredo Westrup and Company signed a contract to convey at six police stations in the city who was then with the offices of the Inspector General and the Minister of Interior.

Between 1879 and 1880 he laid the first private networks, and the July 19, 1881, permission was granted to U.S. ML Greenwood to install a network of public service in Mexico City, and in 1882 he founded the Mexican Telephone Company, a subsidiary of Telefnica of Boston that later, in 1905, changed its name to Mexican Telephone and Telegraph Company, SA Thus was born the first telephone company in the country.