Meet The Man Who Invented The Cellphone For Communication
Meet the man who invented the cell phone more than 40 years ago for communication purposes that’s being used until this present time.
The first public call from a cellphone was on April 03, 1973, conducted by Marty Cooper an engineer from Motorola when he attempts to call Joel Engel head of rival research department Bell Labs.
In the phone call Marty said “Joel, this is Marty. I’m calling you from a cellphone, a real handheld portable cell phone.” The first phone weighed 2.5 pound which is far from the modern cellular phone today which weighing only 4-ounce handsets. Motorola DynaTAC 8000x is where the first call was placed.
Cellular phone were used to communicate to other people anytime, anywhere, whether at home or in work. This device was used by billions of people around the world.
We don’t have a cellular phone today if Dr. Henry T. Sampson wasn’t born. Inventing the “Gamma-electric Cell” that pertains to nuclear reactor use. Producing 3, 591, 860 with a stable high-voltage output and current to detect radiation in the ground on July 6, 1971.
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