How does it work? - Mobile phone
This animation demonstrates how mobile phones work.
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The device that transmits human voice as electrical signals was invented by Bell in 1876.
The animation helps to develop space perception.
This animation demonstrates the structure and most important peripherals of desktop computers.
This animation shows the characteristics of domestic light sources, from traditional light bulbs to LED lights.
The American electrical engineer Edison invented the incandescent light bulb in 1879, which changed our everyday life.
Trolleybuses and trams are environment-friendly means of public transport
The Internet allows us to send data quickly to large distances.
This animation demonstrates how electric steam irons work.
This animation demonstrates the structure and operation of electron microscopes.
A liquid-crystal display utilises the light modulating properties of liquid crystals.
This animation demonstrates how microwave ovens work.
This animation demonstrates how radios work.
This animation demonstrates the mechanism and operation of record players.
This animation demonstrates how a washing machine works.
This animation demonstrates how a refrigerator works.
Industrial estates provide infrastructure and services for companies.
A variety of peripherals can be used with laptop computers.
This physicist-inventor and electrical engineer who mainly dealt with electrotechnics was undoubtedly one of the most brilliant figures of the second...
In a passive house a comfortable inner temperature can be ensured without the use of traditional heating and cooling systems.
The American inventor presented his invention revolutionising telecommunication at New York University in 1837.
The capacity of data storage devices have increased at an incredible rate during the past decades.
The Global Positioning System consists of 24 satellites but only 4 have to be visible for positioning.
Television, invented in the early 20th century, became one of the basic forms of entertainment.