Hedy Lamarr and Frequency-Hopping
During WW2, Hollywood Star Hedy Lamarr Invented Frequency-Hopping, an electrcial System Patented in 1941 and Given to the Navy. She Was Never Paid for Her Work. Today It Is Use in the Billion-Dollar Market of Cell Phones Drones, Wi-Fi, and Satellites. Hedy Died in Despair and disappointed in Forgotten History.
Venue: Theater for the New City
155 First Ave., at E. 10th St. Map
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