Martin Cooper (inventor)
Martin Cooper (born December 26, 1928 in Chicago, Illinois, USA) is an American former Motorola vice president and division manager who in the 1970s led the team that developed the handheld mobile phone (as distinct from the car phone). Cooper was also the CEO and founder of ArrayComm, a company that works on smart antenna technology and wireless networks, and was the corporate director of Research and Development for Motorola. Cooper has co-founded numerous successful communications companies with his wife and business partner Arlene Harris; also known as the "First Lady of Wireless." He is currently co-founder and Chairman of Dyna LLC, in Del Mar, California.
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