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Milestone-Proposal:Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc., 1925-1983
Milestone Buildings Exist Yes  +
Milestone Plaque Mounting Details In the entrance hall lobby  +
Milestone Present Site Owner Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs  +
Milestone Site Access Details The Alcatel-Lucent Bell labs 6 lobby and tThe Alcatel-Lucent Bell labs 6 lobby and the Hall of Innovation have security protection. The building lobby is accessible to the public at the milestone dedication ceremony and during business hours according to Alcatel-Lucent building security procedures.catel-Lucent building security procedures.  +
Milestone Site Description In the lobby of the Hall of Innovation museum adjacent to the lobby of Building 6, Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs, 600 Mountain Vae, Murray Hill, NJ  +
Milestone Site Owner Approval Yes  +
Milestone proposal submitted false  +
Proposed Milestone IEEE Section North Jersey  +
Proposed Milestone Location Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs, 600 Mountain Avenue, Murray Hill, New Jersey 07974 40.681733,-74.401559  +
Proposed Milestone Name Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc., 1925-1983  +
Proposed Milestone Plaque Citation (Note that there will be four plaques in o(Note that there will be four plaques in order to provide space to list the achievements) BELL LABS – WIRELESS AND SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS, 1925-1983 Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. introduced: the first radio astronomical observations (1933), Smith Chart (1939), early mobile phone service (1946), cellular wireless concept (1947), TDX Microwave Radio System (1947), TD Transcontinental Microwave Radio System (1950), Telstar - first active communications satellite (1962), first observation of the cosmic background radiation (1964), first U.S. cellular wireless system (1978), digital cellular technology (1980), and the AR6A SSB-SC Microwave System (1981). (65 words, not including the title) BELL LABS - DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING AND COMPUTING, 1925-1983 Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. introduced: the first electronic speech synthesizer (1936), first binary digital computer (1939), first long-distance computing (1940), digitized and synthesized music (1957), digital computer art (1962), text-to-speech synthesis (1962), UNIX operating system (1969), the C and S languages (1972, 1976), first single-chip digital signal processor (1979), single-chip 32-bit microprocessor (1980), 5ESS Digital Switching System (1982), and C++ language (1983). (62 words not including the title) BELL LABS - SOLID STATE AND OPTICAL DEVICES, 1925-1983 Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. introduced: the point-contact and junction transistors (1947, 1948), zone refining (1951), silicon epitaxy (1951), ion implantation (1952), solar cell (1954), oxide masking (1955), laser concept (1958), MOSFET (1959), foil electret microphone (1962), CO2 laser (1964), silicon gate (1966), heterostructure semiconductor laser (1968), charge coupled device (1969), theory of disordered states of matter (1977), heterojunction phototransistor (1980), and VLSI CMOS technology and circuits (1981). (67 words, not including the title) BELL LABS - COMMUNICATIONS THEORY AND NETWORKS, 1925-1983 Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. introduced: type A facsimile service (1925), first long-distance television transmission (1927), negative feedback amplifier (1927), first stereo sound transmission (1933), Hamming error-correcting codes (1948), information theory (1948), direct distance dialing (1951), TAT-1 transatlantic telephone cable (1956), T1 transmission system (1962), touch-tone dialing (1963), 1ESS electronic switch (1965), wide area telephone 800 service (1965), and first U.S. commercial fiber-optic system (1977). (64 words, not including the title) (Citations modified: Mar. 2014)he title) (Citations modified: Mar. 2014)  +
Proposed Milestone Year 1925-1983  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 30 August 2014 01:09:14  +
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