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IEEE Alexander Graham Bell Medal History

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*2006, [[John M. Wozencraft|John Wozencraft]]
 
*2006, [[John M. Wozencraft|John Wozencraft]]
 
*2007, [[Norman Abramson|Norman Abramson]]
 
*2007, [[Norman Abramson|Norman Abramson]]
*2008, Gerard J. Foschini
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*2008, [[Gerard J. Foschini‎|Gerard J. Foschini]]
*2009, Robert McEliece
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*2009, [[Robert J. McEliece‎|Robert McEliece]]
*2010, John Cioffi
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*2010, [[John M. Cioffi‎|John Cioffi]]
 
*2011, Arogyaswami Paulraj
 
*2011, Arogyaswami Paulraj
  
 
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About the Medal

The IEEE Alexander Graham Bell Medal was established in 1976 by the IEEE Board of Directors in commemoration of the centennial of the telephone's invention and to provide recognition for outstanding contributions to telecommunications.

The invention of the telephone by Alexander Graham Bell in 1876 was a major event in electrotechnology. It was instrumental in stimulating the broad telecommunications industry that has dramatically improved life throughout the world. As an individual, Bell himself exemplified the contributions that scientists and engineers have made to the betterment of mankind.

List of Recipients