Clément ADER

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Inventor, Aviator, Industrialist, Businessman

FrenchBorn Clément ADER

French inventor and engineer

Born on April 2, 1841 in Muret, Haute-Garonne , France

Died on May 3, 1925 in Toulouse , France

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Ader was an innovator in both electrical and mechanical engineering. He originally studied electrical engineering, and in 1878 improved on the telephone invented by Alexander Graham Bell. After this he established the telephone network in Paris in 1880. In 1881, he invented the théâtrophone, a system of telephonic transmission where listeners received a separate channel for each ear, enabling stereophonic perception of the actors on a set; it was this invention which gave the first stereo transmission of opera performances, over a distance of 2 miles (3 km) in 1881. In 1903, he devised a V8 engine for the Paris–Madrid race, but although three or four were produced, none were sold.

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