Friday, April 5, 2013

Cellular Phone - Forty Years of Journey

Forty years ago, on April 3, 1973, Martin Cooper, the inventor of the first cellular phone, made the first mobile call to his rival friend working for different telephone company. He was one of the senior engineers at the Motorola Company, who was really very happy at this exciting invention.

April 3, 2013 was a great day for us when we celebrated the fortieth anniversary of the invention of the first cellular phone of the world. Just peep back into the time where we see Alexander Graham Bell invented the first telephone set and which was far greater happier moments for him than Martin Cooper. As it was a time when there had been no particular resources to use for the achievement to invent such a device to be called a Telephone set.

Both the inventions have their own importance and both the inventors use their resources to make such valuable devices of their time. We salute both of the great scientists who have provided us two precious inventions which rapidly took over the world from one corner to the other.

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