Who invented bluetooth technology?
Ericsson was a Swedish company. Two members, Jaap Haartsen and Sven Mattisson began work on a wireless form of communication in 1994. It wasn't until 1999 that Bluetooth was actually released in Bluetooth 1.0 however the following gives credit to Hedy Lamarr although her patent expired before the navy opened her documentation rearding the technology.
Oh, I see there is no further following referencing developmental interest... only following in due credit. *Hedy Lamarr pioneered multiple solutions; And the singular technology of 'Bluetooth' specifications shouldńt be lost in the amassed doctrination sealed by the U.S.Navy.
* note of interest: ideas in advancements were often cooperative combining the most efficient applications with her 2nd husband Hollywood writeŕs help.
Ref.: Nov.2014-Nat´l G.; The History Ch. ´Technological Progress In Comunicationś series
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