Who is Nathan stubblefield?
Nathan stubblefield is my great great great grandfather's best friend's great grand father.
It was between 1880-1900 when this man invented the so called "wireless telephone" we have today.which is famously known as CELL PHONE.he first applied the term"Cave Radio"for this.and later was changed.
Martin Coper was the one who continued the patent.He is known for inventing Cellphone,But remember that it was Nathan stubblefield who had the idea.
Jeffrey Stubblefield was born in Pasadena, in California, USA. Read More
Dana Stubblefield's birth name is Stubblefield, Dana William. Read More
Stubby Stubblefield's birth name is Hartwell Wilson Stubblefield. Read More
George Stubblefield has written: 'Receipted payrolls signed by George Stubblefield' -- subject(s): United States, United States. Continental Army, History Read More
Dana Stubblefield was born on November 14, 1970, in Cleves, Ohio, USA. Read More
Stubby Stubblefield was born on December 28, 1909, in Los Angeles, California, USA. Read More
Stubby Stubblefield died on May 30, 1935, in Speedway, Indiana, USA of racecar accident. Read More
Ferman E. Stubblefield has written: 'Improved control of radioactive waste at Hanford' Read More
Christopher B. 'Stubb' Stubblefield was born on 1931-03-07. Read More
Christopher B. 'Stubb' Stubblefield died on 1995-05-27. Read More
The surname Stubblefield is of English origin. The first reference to the name dates back to the year 1240 in Norfolk, a county in England. Read More
Probably some person that decided to get his name put on here to see what would come up. So this goes out to you Mr.James Stubblefield. Congratulations. Read More
Michael D. Stubblefield has written: 'Synopsis of clinical oncology' -- subject(s): Oncology, Therapy, Diagnosis, Cancer, Neoplasms, Handbooks, manuals Read More
Guglielmo Marconi, Nikola Tesla, Alexander Popov, Sir Oliver Lodge, Reginald Fessenden, Heinrich Hertz, Amos Dolbear, Mahlon Loomis, Nathan Stubblefield and James Clerk Maxwell all have credit to inventing the radio. I soppose Thomas Edison didn't have anything to do with it. Read More
Chris Dean is married to Lacey Stubblefield who was a former model. Read More
parent award to Nathan B. Stubblefield in May 12, 1908, details a "wireless telephone" able to transmit calls using radio. The large, if not entirely unwieldy transmitter does not looks too bad given the day. A further requirement for a series of wires suspended throughout the area, however, perhaps explains why it never caught on. From the Daily Telegraph... One hundred years on, Stubblefield is finally being recognised as the inventor of the mobile phone… Read More
Taylor Stubblefield (Purdue '04) Read More
Andrew Stubblefield has: Played Scared Construction Worker in "Skeleton Man" in 2004. Played Narrator in "Boba and Melon Gum" in 2009. Played Gus in "Redneck Wedding" in 2011. Played Gus Monroe in "Redneck Weddings" in 2012. Played Glen in "What Could Be the Harm" in 2012. Read More
Is Nathan Sykes, not Nathan skyles................................................. Read More
1997 Dana Stubblefield, San Francisco 49ers Defensive tackle Read More
Janet Nathan has written: 'Janet Nathan' 'Janet Nathan constructions' Read More
Nathan Will's birth name is Nathan Eugene Will. Read More
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In 1908, U.S. Patent 887,357 for a wireless telephone was issued to Nathan B. Stubblefield of Murray, Kentucky. He applied this patent to "cave radio" telephones and not directly to cellular telephony as the term is currently understood. A patent for the first wireless phone as we know today was issued in US Patent Number 3,449,750 to George Sweigert of Euclid, Ohio on June 10, 1969. Read More
Nathan Blaiwes goes by The Blaize, and Nathan the Blaize. Read More