Marconi inventor and radio pioneer Arthur M. Alton passed away in Las Vegas on Saturday.
He was 84.
Almonten was a pioneer in radio technology who founded Marconi in 1956.
He developed radio transmitters and made it the leading radio company in the United States.
The company’s radio transmitter was the first to broadcast radio signals over long distances and became a commercial sensation.
Al Monten also co-founded the Marconi wireless company and built it into a multi-billion-dollar company.
Marconi sold its radio transmitter in 1960 and the company was bought by the British company BAE Systems in 1980.
Almonte, who is survived by his wife, Linda, died of complications from Alzheimer’s disease.
Albrooks was born in Washington state to an English mother and American father.
He attended Brigham Young University and Harvard University.
Almondt, who was known for his technical brilliance, invented the radio-transmitter in 1957.
He also founded the world’s first commercial electronic typewriter, the Alto typewriter.
He died in Las Cruces, New Mexico, on Jan. 8, 2018.
He is survived with two daughters, Julie and Emily, and five grandchildren.
Albrott, born in Scotland in 1929, worked as a technician at a number of businesses including the University of Glasgow.
Albertsons father was a former member of the Scottish Army during World War II.
He went on to serve in the U.S. Navy and in the British Army in the Pacific Theater.
Albron was born on Dec. 5, 1925, in Northampton, England.
He studied at Oxford University and then went on a number or business ventures, including a textile company and a radio broadcasting company.
He then worked as an engineer in a radio transmitter company and in radio transmission equipment.
He and his wife founded Marauders Radio Service in 1946.
Albrecht died on Jan, 18, 2019, in San Francisco, California.
He had been battling amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, a disease that affects the nerve cells that control muscles, joints and the immune system.
He lived to 82.
Albritton died in Los Angeles on Jan., 6, 2019.
He suffered from Alzheimer and was a great advocate of the Alzheimer’s treatment.
Alcott was born July 28, 1935, in West Chester, Pennsylvania.
His father was an electrician and his mother worked in the mines in Pennsylvania.
He later went to the University in Pennsylvania and worked at the Carnegie Institution for Science.
Alcarot and Alcott’s brother, Fred, became the first two American women to win the Nobel Prize in physics in 1953.
Alcatel became the world leader in radio in 1957, when it sold its first radio transmitter.
He sold it to BAE for £5.5 million and founded Marcellus in 1970.
Alcanist and Alcarots son, Paul, has become a billionaire.
He purchased the company from Marconi and renamed it Marcellone.
In 2010, he bought the company’s wireless and Internet assets.
He became chairman of the board and the president.
In an obituary published on the Marcellones website, Alcarotto, who lived to be 97, wrote that he had been honored to lead Marconi for more than 70 years.
Alciné and Alcinerts father, Charles, was a major figure in the company.
Charles Alcinet was born April 12, 1927, in France.
He graduated from the Paris Institute of Technology and was hired by Marconi as a laboratory engineer.
After six years, Charles left the company to focus on his studies in chemistry and biology.
He married and had two daughters: Aline, who died in 1991, and Alen, who passed away last year.
Aline died at her home in France on Aug. 26, 2019 at the age of 92.
Alen Alcinetti was born Oct. 15, 1928, in Bordeaux, France.
She graduated from Paris-Sorbonne University and served in the Royal Navy.
After graduating from college, she worked in a lab for B.F.A. research laboratories in Switzerland and France.
The couple moved to New York City in 1955 and Alpinet became a successful television producer.
Alinçet and her husband founded Marconnet, which became one of the world�s largest telephone companies.
Alpinette and her son, Charles were born in Bruges, Belgium, in 1933.
She went on the U, N.S., and French national teams.
Charles was born August 15, 1936, in Germany.
He served in World War I and World War ii.
He received a degree in physics from the University and was employed at the Technical University of Munich.
In 1944, Charles married Elvira Alcinette, who had been born in Germany and lived