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Historyofthecellphone 101216214850-phpapp02
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  • THIS MAKES HIM 81 YEARS OLD. AND YES HE IS STILL LIVING TODAY.
  • Hexagonal cell is a cell tower which transmits signals. And you would have to stay within those hexagonal cell to make a phone call.
  • Although now a days the definition of hand sized is a lot small.
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    • 1. HISTORY OF THE CELL PHONE LANDON DOWLATSINGH
    • 2. WHO INVENTED THE CELL PHONE? The person responsible for inventing the cell phone is Doctor Martin Cooper. He invented the technology for the cell phone when he was the Director of Research and Development at Motorola
    • 3. BACKGROUND INFORMATION ON MARTIN COOPER BORN: DECEMBER 26, 1928 IN CHICAGO ILLINOIS, USA. Cooper is the CEO and found of Arraycoom. Arraycoom is a wireless communications software company. ArrayCoom, works on researching smart antenna technology and improving wireless networks.
    • 4. HOW DID THE CELL PHONE BECOME A “CELL” PHONE? It started of with engineers, in the late 40’s, proposing ideas to use hexagonal cells for mobile phones in vehicles. The only problem was at this stage technology to implement the ideas did not exist.
    • 5. Their was two companies that were trying to develop a better way to communicate, AT&T and Motorola. While AT&T was stuck around the idea about having a cell phone in a car, Martin Cooper was thinking of ways to communicate wirelessly, which was un-heard of. IT’S A RACE FOR WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS
    • 6. The first cell phone released by Motorola was the DynaTec phone. FIRST CELL PHONE DynaTec phone was considered to be the first generation of Cell Phones. In 1973 Martin Cooper out beat AT&T and was successful with his first ever mobile phone.
    • 7. QUICK FACTS ABOUT THE FIRST CELL PHONE The first DynaTec phone weighted about 5 pounds DynaTec phone toke batteries The battery life would last for 20 minutes long Nicknamed the BRICK It cost 4,000 US dollars to own a cell phone
    • 8. WHY WAS THE CELL PHONE INVENTED? AT&T announced to the world that they were the only ones capable of created a “cell” phone. Their idea of a cell phone was one that connects to your car. Martin Cooper laughed at the idea, that why would you want to be trapped in a car talking to a phone. He wanted people to have freedom to talk where ever they wanted to.
    • 9. Cell phones had quickly become popular, and in demand! When something is in demand inventers always thinks of ways to make a product better suited for what its intended. The cell phone at the time was only intended to communicate with other people wirelessly. Over time inventers created other features for the cell phone ARE CELL PHONES CHANGING THE WORLD?
    • 10. HOW THE CELL PHONES EVOLVED 1992 Motorola International 3200 The first digital hand-size mobile telephone. Nokia 1011 This was the first mass-produced GSM phone. It was produced until 1994.
    • 11. 1996 Motorola StarTAC The first clamshell (flip phone) cellular phone. Also one of the first display screens featured on a cell. CELL PHONES THROUGH TIME Nokia 9000 Communicator The first smartphone series, driven by an Intel 386 CPU.
    • 12. CELL PHONES THROUGH TIME 1999 Samsung SPH-M100 Uproar The Uproar was the first cell phone to have MP3 music capabilities. Ericsson T39 This tiny handset was the first Bluetooth-capable phone.
    • 13. 2003 BlackBerry 7210 BlackBerry’s first color screen. CELL PHONES THROUGH TIME 2007 iPhone The original iPhone was released in June
    • 14. CELL PHONES THROUGH TIME Lets stop here for a moment! Is it necessary to actually have all these features on a cell phone? Lets take a look to what features this next Phone has
    • 15. 2010 iPhone 4 Internet Ipod Camera Air print Voice control Messages Gps Maps CELL PHONES THROUGH TIME Face 2 Face talking Key board Play movies in HD OVER 10,000 MORE FEATURES Lets not forget you can make phone calls.
    • 16. Its not necessary to have over 10,000 features on your phone but people enjoy the new technology, so that’s why inventers will keep making new things to “better improve” the future. The only question that’s left to ask is what's Next? FINAL THOUGHTS

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