This week in history two things happened that put us on the path to where we are today.
“October 17, 1907
Guglielmo Marconi officially opens the first commercial transatlantic wireless telegraph service, which runs between Nova Scotia and Ireland.” This was a Morse code transmission which is still taught to certain military personnel.
“October 13, 1983
Ameritech Mobile Communications executive Bob Barnett makes a phone call from a car parked near Soldier Field in Chicago, officially launching the first cellular network in the United States.” He called the great grandson of Alexander Graham Bell using a Motorola DynaTAC mobile phone.
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