Let's review the achievements of two great American engineers and inventors. Martin Cooper (born 1928) is the creator of the mobile phone. Ted Hoff (born 1937) invented the microprocessor. Their stories are highly instructive for innovators.
The First Man to Talk on a Cell Phone Martin Cooper
JMOR Tech Talk Show
Who did the first man to talk on a cell phone call? Martin Cooper has a conversation with John Morley to take us back in time and describe the experience. Tune in more for tech updates, news, and more.For more information:https://jmor.com
Martin Cooper "La scoperta che ha rivoluzionato la telefonia"
Martin Cooper ingegnere della Motorola, chiamò Joe ANGEL Alla Bell era 1973. La prima telefonata da cellulare, così iniziò la rivoluzione mobile. Il 3 aprile 1973 il giorno del leggendario test, esperimento che iniziò davanti Hotel Hilton di New York quando Martin Cooper fece la prima telefonata al al suo rivale collega ricercatore della Bell Labs Joe Angel per annunciargli, in tono scherzoso, che quella “semplice” telefonata avrebbe prestocambiato la vità dell'umanità, “Noi alla Motorola ce l'abbiamo fatta fatta, la telefonia cellulare è una realta” dice Martin Cooper Da quel giorno sono passati esattamente 48 anni dal primo squillo, oggi possiamo dirlo Martin Cooper con questo esperimento cambiò il mondo. Oggi finiamo qui, nel sommario di questo episodio potete trovare i link per seguirmi nei social. A presto Instagram @cristianoninona Facebook Cristiano Ninona
Cutting The Cord - A Conversation With Martin Cooper, Inventor of The Cell Phone
From My Mama's Kitchen® Talk Radio
April 3, 2021, is the 48th anniversary of the first cell phone call made in public. That call was made on 6th Avenue at 52nd in New York City by the "father of the cell phone," Martin Cooper. In 2007, TIME magazine named him one of the "100 Best Inventors in History" because he has revolutionized how we communicate.Martin Cooper is an engineer, inventor, entrepreneur, and futurist. He led the creation of the world's first cell phone at Motorola. Over nearly three decades at Motorola, Cooper contributed to the development of pagers, two-way radio dispatch systems, quartz, and crystal manufacture.As a serial entrepreneur, Martin and his wife, Arlene Harris, have cofounded numerous wireless technology companies; Cellular Business Systems, SOS Wireless Communications, GreatCall, and ArrayComm. Martin is currently chairman of Dyna LLC and a member of the FCC's Technological Advisory Council. He was the first to observe the Law of Spectrum Capacity, known as Cooper's Law.In 2013, Martin became a member of the National Academy of Engineering, from whom he received the Charles Stark Draper Prize for Engineering. Martin was awarded the Marconi Prize "for being a wireless visionary who reshaped the concept of mobile communication." He was inducted into the Consumer Electronics Hall of Fame and Wireless History Foundation's Wireless Hall of Fame. The Radio Club of America awarded Martin a Lifetime Achievement Award in 2010. He is a lifetime member of the IEEE, was president of its Vehicular Technology Society, and received its Centennial Medal. Martin is also a Prince of Asturias Laureate.Join Martin Cooper and me on Tuesday, March 30, 10 - 11 A.M. CT US. We will be having a conversation about his remarkable life's journey and his new book, Cutting The Cord - The Cell Phone Has Transformed Humanity!
Martin Cooper: Real estate industry wants the Government to avoid 'slowing down' the ride
The Mike Hosking Breakfast
The real estate industry wants the government to back off.The Government is making a housing announcement at 9AM this morning.It's expected to address supply and demand issues as well as obstacles facing first home buyers.Harcourts Cooper and Co manager Martin Cooper told Mike Hosking the Government needs to learn from the past."Real estate is like a galloping horse. People on it are enjoying the ride and they want to slow it all down - they should just let the market be the market." LISTEN ABOVE
Denise Griffitts - Your Partner In Success™ Radio!
Marty Cooper - The Cell Phone has Transformed Humanity - Lessons from a Serial Entrepreneur I am delighted to welcome back to Your Partner In Success™ Radio Martin Cooper, inventor of the cell phone and technology visionary to share how the cell phone has transformed humanity. You can listen to our earlier conversation here.The story of the cellphone has much to teach about innovation, strategy & management. After a 29-year career at Motorola, Cooper became an entrepreneur, helping launch companies dedicated to accelerating cell phone adoption. A serial entrepreneur, he and his wife, Arlene Harris, have co-founded numerous wireless technology companies. This includes Cellular Business Systems, SOS Wireless Communications, GreatCall, and ArrayComm. Cooper is currently chairman of Dyna LLC and a member of the FCC’s Technological Advisory Council.He is also the author of 'Cutting the Cord: The Cellphone Has Transformed Humanity'. The story of the cell phone has much to teach about innovation, strategy, and management. This book also relates Cooper’s vision of the future of personal communications. That story is far from finished. We have only achieved a small fraction of the cell phone’s potential impact.Find him on the web: Website | Wikipedia | Amazon
From Beepers to Mobile Phones and the Future of Digital Health with Martin Cooper Inventor, Entrepreneur and Author
Empowered Patient Podcast
Martin Cooper, inventor, entrepreneur, and author of Cutting the Cord: The Cell Phone has Transformed Humanity reminds us of the twisted path the mobile phone has taken from the early roots of beepers, pagers, and car phones to the current form allowing for mobile health innovations. As the inventor of the DynaTAC, the first portable mobile phone brought to the market by Motorola, Marty is excited about the work of Dr. Eric Topol a world leader in using mobile devices for promoting good health and disease prevention. #digitalhealth #healthtech @EricTopol Cutting the Cord: The Cell Phone has Transformed Humanity by Martin Cooper RosettaBooks (January 2021) Download the transcript here
Origins and Promise of Mobile Phones with Martin Cooper Inventor, Entrepreneur and Author
Digital Politics with Karen Jagoda
Martin Cooper is an engineer, inventor, entrepreneur, futurist and author of Cutting the Cord: The Cell Phone Has Transformed Humanity. He is known as the father of the cell phone as he led the creation of the world's first handheld mobile phone at Motorola based on his work on pagers, two-way radio dispatch systems, quartz crystal manufacture, competing with AT&T and educating the FEC. As a wireless visionary, Marty reflects on the limitations of monopolies, the need to create technology that solves real problems, the drive of humans to be mobile, and the value of mobile enabled collaboration. If you recognize the DynaTAC on the cover of Marty's book, you will definitely enjoy reading this memoir/history/leadership book. Insights about early projections of demand for cell phones will amuse anyone who can't imagine a time before that super computer in their pocket. #MartyCooper. #MartinCooper #mobilephones #wirelessengineering Cutting the Cord: The Cell Phone Has Transformed Humanity by Martin Cooper
Mission Unstoppable Host Frankie Picasso interviewed Marty Cooper, inventor, engineer, futurist and author of Cutting the Cord-The Cell Phone Has Transformed HUMANITY ! Marty Cooper is a Prince of Asturias Laureate. This award is given out by the Princess of Spain for individuals, entities or organizations from around the world who make notable achievements in the sciences, humanities, and public affairs.He was named by Time magazine as one of the “100 Best Inventors in History.”He is a lifetime member of the IEEE, was president of its Vehicular Technology Society and received its Centennial Medal.The radio Club of America awarded him a Lifetime Achievement Award in 2010.In 2013, Marty became a member of the National Academy of Engineering from whom he received the Charles Stark Draper Prize for Engineering. He was awarded the Marconi Prize “for being a wireless visionary who reshaped the concept of mobile communication.” and he has been inducted into the Consumer Electronics Hall of Fame and Wireless History Foundation’s Wireless Hall of fame.On April 3, 1973 , placed the first cell phone call from the streets of New York City. Guess who he called?
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