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40 Years After the First Cell Phone Call: Who Is Inventing Tomorrow?s Future?

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On 3 April 1973, Joel Engel was working as a leading researcher and developer at Bell Labs. During that time, he and his team were working at the cutting edge of mobile communications development. They had already created the wireless cell architecture that we use whenever we are out and about with our mobile devices, and they were looking at ways to develop technology that would take advantage of their work.

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Consumer Electronics Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:2 ,  Issue: 4 )