Jesse Eugene Russell: father of the cell phone Jesse Eugene Russell is an African-American inventor who brought the world cell phones. Trained as an electrical engineer at Tennessee State University, at Russell is recognized globally as a thought-lea
Jesse Russell is an African American inventor whose innovative perspectives profoundly influenced the wireless communication industry. He’s know for his patented invention of the Digital Cellular Base station that enabled new digital services for cellular
How Communication Evolved From Pictures to Letters
Samuel Morse by Matthew Brady. Samuel Morse contributed to the invention of the single wire telegraph system as well as the creation of the code that bears his surname. This development was the precursor to the telephone and revolutionized communication.
Hollywood leading lady Hedy Lamarr is said to have tipped the balance of WWII. The co-inventor of an early wireless form of communication; her invention allowed short-wave radio communications on the field.
Hedy Lamarr~actress and mathematically talented, Lamarr also co-invented — with composer George Antheil — an early technique for spread spectrum communications and frequency hopping, necessary for wireless communication from the pre-computer age to the pr
He's not known as the black Thomas Edison! He's known as the inventor Granville Wood whom Edison tried to steal his invention. And of course being the Eurocentric place that it is, America gave all the glory to Thomas Edison. White supremacy is deep!
Hedy Lamarr invented "frequency hopping" technology, which was put to use in a secret communications system and in radio-controlled torpedoes in WWII, which in turn laid the foundations for future technological developments such as Wi-Fi and GPS.