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Hedy Lamarr in the film « Let’s Live a Little » in 1948.

Hedy Lamarr

Hedy lamar life

Hedy Lamarr was born in 9 November 1914 and she died in 19 January 2000. She was born in Vienna, in Austria-Hungary.Hedy Lamarr 's father worked as a Banker in Vienna and her Mother worked as an artist. Hedy Lamarr embraced an artistic career.She became an American actress, inventor and film producer. She was 24 years old when she started as an actress. She appeared in 30 Movies.Her career last 28 years old.

The Background

Hedy Lamarr lived in the early twenty-first centuries. She marked the first century as bolth an actress and an inventor and she invented a secret wartime communication system that could keep the enemy from interfering with a ship's torpedoes. Her inventions was important during World War IIAt that time, the main discoveries are :the flu vaccines, Penicillin, Jet engines, Blood plasma, transfusion, the electronics computers and the radar

Works and discoveries

The system is based on a transceiver that allows the torpedo to change its transmission frequency so as not to be detected by enemies. Also known as “Frequency Escape Spectrum Spreading” , this principle of transmission still governs our modern wireless technologies such as GPS, military communications.As prize, Hedy Lamarr and George Antheil were posthumously admitted to the National Inventors Hall of Fame in 2014.

Actress Hedy Lamarr with Spencer Tracy in « I take this woman »

Hedy Lamarr is famous for an actress and an inventor. She meets pianist George Antheil for a social evening. Both discuss the weaponry, a subject of Hedy’s mastery and which fascinates George Antheil. George and Hedy imagine together a communications encryption system applicable to radio guided torpedoes too often

Works and discoveriesHedy Lamarr wrote Ecstasy and Me

Extracts from the patent «Secret communication system» filed by Hedy Lamarr and George Antheil in June 10, 1941


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