Martin Cooper Net Worth

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Martin Cooper Net Worth:
$600 Million

Martin Cooper net worth: Martin Cooper is an American inventor who has a net worth of $600 million dollars. Martin Cooper will be remembered forever for being the man who invented the cellular phone. Cooper was born in Chicago, Illinois, and graduated from the Illinois Institute of Technology in the early 50s. After serving in the U.S. Naval Reserves during the Korean War, he returned to the Illinois Institute of Technology to earn a Masters in Electrical Engineering. He began his professional career working for the Teletype Corporation, and then moved on to a job at Motorola, Inc. He served as Senior Development Engineer, and it was there that he developed the first handheld police radio system. The system was created for the Chicago police department and went in to use in the mid-60s. It was, in essence, the precursor to the cellular phone. He went on to head Motorola's communications systems division, and created the first portable cellular phone in 1973. It would be ten years before the phone would hit the market, but it would change communications forever. He has since founded multiple related companies, as well as published numerous papers on the subject of cellular communication. He has also been honored by dozens of organizations for his contributions to technology.

Martin Cooper Net Worth

Martin Cooper

Net Worth:$600 Million
Date of Birth:Dec 26, 1928 (92 years old)
Profession:Inventor, Entrepreneur
Nationality:United States of America
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