Who invented the train telegraph?

Answer The train telegraph was invented by Granville T. Woods, an Ohio inventor who was granted more than 60 patents during his career. His telegraph system allowed communication between moving trains and... Read More »

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When was the telegraph electromagnet invented?

While Samuel Morse invented the telegraph and transmitted the first telegraphic message, William Sturgeon invented the electromagnetic magnet that conducted the electrical current. In 1832, Sturgeo... Read More »

Who invented the synchronic railway telegraph?

The Synchronous Multiplex Railway Telegraph was invented in 1887 by Granville T. Woods, one of the first prominent African-American engineers. It was designed both to facilitate communications betw... Read More »

Who invented the multiplex telegraph&the air brake?

According to Michigan Tech University, African American inventor Granville T. Woods, who lived from 1856 to 1910, invented both the multiplex telegraph and the automated electric air brake for an e... Read More »

Who invented the bullet train and when was it invented?

Japan's "Bullet Train" was developed by Dr. Hideo Shima (1901 - 1998). Dr. Shima began investigations in 1948 and in 1958 it was decided to go ahead with a new line which followed the Tokaido road... Read More »