Invention And History Of The Cash Register

Invention And History Of The Cash Register, is going to be today’s post here in Discover My Inventions, cash register what an invention it has been, cash register is a device that was invented in the 1800s and is used every few seconds 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.

The cash register, is also referred to as a till in the United Kingdom and other Commonwealth countries, is a mechanical or electronic device for registering and calculating transactions at a point of sale. It is usually attached to a drawer for storing cash and other valuables. The cash register is also usually attached to a printer, that can print out receipts for record keeping purposes.

An early mechanical cash register was invented by James Ritty and John Birch following the American Civil War. James was the owner of a saloon in Dayton, Ohio, USA, and wanted to stop employees from pilfering his profits. The Ritty Model I was invented in 1879 after seeing a tool that counted the revolutions of the propeller on a steamship, with the help of James’ brother John Ritty, they patented it in 1883.

It was called Ritty’s Incorruptible Cashier and it was invented for the purpose to stop cashiers of pilfering and eliminating employee theft or embezzlement, early mechanical registers were entirely mechanical, without receipts. The employee was required to ring up every transaction on the register, and when the total key was pushed, the drawer opened and a bell would ring, alerting the manager to a sale taking place. Those original machines were nothing but simple adding machines.

Since the registration is done with the process of returning change, according to Bill Bryson[6] odd pricing came about because by charging odd amounts like 49 and 99 cents (or 45 and 95 cents when nickels are more used than pennies), the cashier very probably had to open the till for the penny change and thus announce the sale.

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History And Invention Of The Walkie Talkie

History And Invention Of The Walkie Talkie, is going to be today’s post here in Discover My Inventions, walkie-talkies has been one of the greatest tools and devices invented, walkie-talkies is being used in many different ways, on-the-job use instruction companies or they great for hiking and camping I’ve always found a great deal of interest in any kind of two-way radios.

I own a walkie-talkie which is a handheld CB radio walkie-talkie which has 40 channels, over the years I have also been a CB radio operator, which in 2001 when I got my first computer and started chatting in Yahoo over the mic and chat rooms and I found out that’s a lot like a two-way radios such as the CB which stands for citizens band radio, canadian inventor Donald Hings is also credited with the invention of the walkie-talkie: he created a portable radio signaling system for his employer CM&S in 1937. He called the system a packset, but it later became known as the walkie-talkie.

A walkie-talkie (more formally known as a handheld transceiver, or HT) is a hand-held, portable, two-way radio transceiver. Its development during the Second World War has been variously credited to Donald L. Hings, radio engineer Alfred J. Gross, and engineering teams at Motorola. First used for infantry, similar designs were created for field artillery and tank units, and after the war, walkie-talkies spread to public safety and eventually commercial and jobsite work.

Typical walkie-talkies resemble a telephone handset, with a speaker built into one end and a microphone in the other (in some devices the speaker also is used as the microphone) and an antenna mounted on the top of the unit. They are held up to the face to talk. A walkie-talkie is a half-duplex communication device; multiple walkie-talkies use a single radio channel, and only one radio on the channel can transmit at a time, although any number can listen. The transceiver is normally in receive mode; when the user wants to talk he presses a “push-to-talk (PTT) button that turns off the receiver and turns on the transmitter.

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History And Invention Of The MP3 Player

History And Invention Of The MP3 Player, is going to be today’s post here in Discover My Inventions, I really enjoy my little MP3 player, and MP3 player is great and is so small for such a big sound, an MP3 player or Digital Audio Player is a battery operated device that can play digital audio files. It is a type of Portable Media Player. The term ‘MP3 player’ is a misnomer, as most players play more than the MP3 file format.

Since the MP3 format is widely used, almost all players can play that format. In addition, there are many other digital audio formats. Some formats are proprietary, such as MP3, Windows Media Audio (WMA), and Advanced Audio Coding (AAC). Some of these formats also may incorporate digital rights management (DRM), such as WMA DRM, which are often part of paid download sites. Other formats are patent-free or otherwise open, such as Vorbis, FLAC, and Speex (all part of the Ogg open multimedia project).

It was In 1981, Kane Kramer filed for a UK patent for the IXI, the first Digital Audio Player, UK patent 2115996 was issued in 1985, and U.S. Patent 4,667,088 was issued in 1987. The player was as big as a credit card and had a small LCD screen, navigation and volume buttons and would have held at least 8 MB of data in a solid state bubble memory chip with a capacity of 3.5 minutes worth of audio.

Plans were made for a 10-minute stereo memory card and the system was at one time fitted with a hard drive which would have enabled over an hour of recorded digital music. Later Kramer set up a company to promote the IXI and five working prototypes were produced with 16 bit sampling at 44.1 kilohertz with the pre-production prototype being unveiled at the APRS Audio/Visual trade exhibition in October 1986.

However, in 1988 Kramer’s failure to raise the £60,000 required to renew the patent meant it entering the public domain, but he still owns the designs, In the year 1987 a German Company by the name of Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft started the research program for coding music with the high quality and low bit rate sampling at its institute. The project was controlled by an expert in mathematics and electronics, Karlheinz Brandenburg.

The first MP3 player was developed by SaeHan Information Systems in 1997, nevertheless, the first one on the American market was the Eiger Labs F10, a 32MB portable that appeared in the summer of 1998. It was a very basic unit and wasn’t user expandable, though owners could upgrade the memory to 64MB by sending the player back to Eiger Labs with a check for $69.00 + $7.95 shipping.

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Invention And History Of The Lunch Box

Invention And History Of The Lunch Box, is going to be today’s post here in Discover My Inventions, as anyone can see I take a lot interest in a lot of things that’s why decided to do this post invention and history of the lunch box, the lunch box, also referred to as a lunch pail or lunch kit, is used to store food to be taken anywhere.

The concept of a food container has existed for a long time, but it was not until people began using tobacco tins to carry meals in the early 20th century, followed by the use of lithographed images on metal, that the containers became a staple of youth, and a marketable product.

The lunch box has most often been used by schoolchildren to take packed lunches, or a snack, from home to school, the most common modern form is a small case with a clasp and handle, often printed with a colorful image that can either be generic or based on children’s television shows or films. Use of lithographed metal to produce lunch boxes in the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s and 1980s gave way in the 1990s to use of injection-molded plastic.
A lunch kit comprises the actual box and a matching vacuum bottle. However, pop culture has more often embraced the singular term lunch box, which is now most commonly used, with increasing industrialization resulting in Americans working outside the home in factories, it became unfeasible to go home to lunch every day, thus it was necessary to have something to protect and transport a meal.

Since the 19th century, American industrial workers have used sturdy containers to hold hardy lunches, consisting of foods such as hard-boiled eggs, vegetables, meat, coffee, and pie. David Shayt, curator of the Smithsonian National Museum of American History, states that “Some of our earliest examples, from the 19th century, were woven baskets with handles.

A meal would be wrapped in a handkerchief. Depending on your station, a fancy wooden box would be used by the wealthy, tinplate boxes and recycled biscuit tins commonly were used in the early 1800s, and fitted metal pails and boxes began to appear around the 1850s, Patents started to appear for lunchbox inventions in the 1860s

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The Creation Of McDonald’s Restaurant

The Creation Of McDonald’s Restaurant, is going to be today’s post here in Discover My Inventions, McDonald’s has been serving great and delicious food for many years, quick and easy, McDonald’s is a family-owned fast food chain operation, the McDonald family moved from Manchester, New Hampshire to Hollywood in the late 1930s.

That’s where the brothers Richard and Maurice McDonald began working as set movers and handymen at Motion-Picture studios, In 1937, their father Patrick McDonald opened The Airdrome, a food stand, on Huntington Drive (Route 66) near the Monrovia Airport in Monrovia, California with hot dogs being one of the first item sold.

Hamburgers were later added to the menu at a cost of ten cents with all-you-can-drink orange juice at five cents. In 1940, Maurice and Richard (Mac and Dick) moved the entire building 40 miles east, to West 19th and 1398 North E Streets in San Bernardino, California. The restaurant was renamed McDonald’s Bar-B-Que and had twenty-five menu items, mostly barbecue.

I can remember In 1960s and 70s, the McDonald’s advertising campaign on TV, Look for the Golden Arches gave sales a big boost. Kroc believed that advertising was an investment that would in the end come back many times over, and advertising has always played a key role in the development of the McDonald’s Corporation.

Indeed, McDonald’s ads have been some of the most identifiable over the years. In 1962, McDonald’s introduced its now world-famous Golden Arches logo, a year later, the company sold its millionth hamburger and introduced Ronald McDonald, a red-haired clown designed to appeal to children.

It was In the early 1960s, McDonald’s really began to take off to the next level of growth, in U.S. automobile use that came with suburbanization contributed heavily to McDonald’s success, In 1961 Kroc bought out the McDonald brothers for $2.7 million, aiming at making McDonald’s the number one fast-food chain in the country.

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