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Therefore, the transmission speed was given by the ‘‘center hole’’ of the punched tape. 4. The last significant improvement was developed by Heurtley in 1908. A moving coil similar to that of the siphon recorder is attached to two wires. The wires were heated by the electric current flowing through them and cooled by two small blowers, one of which was farther away. Since resistance depends on temperature, the resistance of the first wire decreased and that of the other increased. This upset the balance of the electrical circuit of which the two wires were a part and produced an amplified signal large enough to operate an electromechanical relay and generate a new pulse.
The search for even higher capacity is still open, with solutions offering a choice between expansion of the bandwidth by additional amplifier bands (the long wavelength, so-called L band) and the increase of bandwidth through Raman amplification. The increase of the channel bit rate to 40 Gbps is still an open problem , requiring solutions that will accommodate transoceanic distances. Who would risk forecasting the capacity per fiber 10 years from now, given that the more ambitious forecasts in the past were proved to be dramatically pessimistic?
However, the French monopoly on the telegraph and the lack of electric telegraph lines and necessary insulation to protect the submarine cable were two critical issues. The gutta made from Malaysian hevea trees (Dr. William Montgomerie) was not discovered until 1843; S. W. Silver and Faraday invented the process of coating copper wires with gutta–percha in 1845. The Gutta Percha Company was created on February 4, 1845, and started production in London. 2. HISTORICAL OVERVIEW 19 Once the first trials were successful, Jacob and John Watkins Brett founded La Compagnie du Cable Sous-marin de la Manche in Paris and ordered the cable to cross the Channel.