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In 1876, British inventor Alexander Graham Bell filed a patent
for the telephone. It didn't take Meucci long to figure this out,
and he asked his attorney to file a lawsuit with the Patent
Office, as the Italian inventor had already patented his
invention, albeit annually.
A little later, thanks to a friend working in Washington, Meucci
discovered that all documentation relating to Meucci's patent
had been lost, so there was no proof that the telephone patent
belonged to Meucci before Graham Bell registered it. That’s
how we know Graham Bell as the father of the telephone. In
1892, Bell inaugurated the 1,520-km (944-mile) telephone link
between New York City and Chicago.
The first wireless call happened in 1973 thanks to Martin
Cooper, an engineer at the telecommunications company
Motorola. In the years that followed, technological advances
allowed the development of the first mobile phone models that
made it possible to communicate from anywhere. At this point,
the call could have a maximum duration of 30 minutes.
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