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The Mobile Phone Is 40-Years-old Today – Following Its Inventor, African-American Henry Sampson!!

The African-American inventor Henry Sampson’s cell phone, because it is from his invention “the electric Gamma cell” (patent filed July 6, 1971 under No. 3,591,860), which allows to send and receive audio signals via microwave wireless radio, as the famous “mobile phone” was able to appear in the world.

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This great scientist was born in 1931 in Jackson, Mississippi. In 1956, he obtained his science tray at Purdue University. At the University of California (Los Angeles), it passes in 1961 his Masters in Engineering, a Masters in Nuclear Engineering at the University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign) in 1965, and two years later, he obtained a doctorate in the same field.
he was a chemical engineer at the “US Naval Weapons Center” before working for the “Aerospace Corporation” in California where he held various positions (designer engineer, operations manager and test programs schedules).
Awards and distinctions awarded to Henry Thomas Sampson:
1962-1964: Fellow of US Navy,
1964-1967: Atomic Energy Commission,
1982: Black Image Award from Aerospace Corp.,
1983 Blacks in Engineering, Applied Science and Education Award, Los Angeles Council of Black Professional Engineers
the African-American inventor Henry Sampson’s cell phone, because it is from his invention “the electric Gamma cell” (patent filed July 6, 1971 under No. 3,591,860) which allows send and receive audio signals using wireless radio waves, as the famous “mobile phone” was able to appear in the world.
This great researcher born in 1931 in Jackson, Mississippi. In 1956, he obtained his science tray at Purdue University. At the University of California (Los Angeles), it passes in 1961 his Masters in Engineering, a Masters in Nuclear Engineering at the University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign) in 1965, and two years later, he obtained a doctorate in the same field.
he was a chemical engineer at the “US Naval Weapons Center” before working for the “Aerospace Corporation” in California where he held various positions (designer engineer, operations manager and test programs schedules).
Awards and distinctions awarded to Henry Thomas Sampson:
1962-1964: Fellow of US Navy,
1964-1967: Atomic Energy Commission,
1982: Black Image Award from Aerospace Corp.,
1983 Blacks in Engineering, Applied Science and Education Award, Los Angeles Council of Black Professional Engineers

 

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