US National Inventors Hall of Fame of the US Patent Office has inducted two more Indian-Americans for the year 2018. These are Arogyaswami Paulraj and Sumita Mitra. People who are behind greatest advancement in technology making possible economic and social progress are honored by US National Inventors Hall of Fame.
Sumita Mitra is an alumnus of the Calcutta University and Kolkata’s Presidency College. She has been honored for the invention of the first material for dental filling with nano-particles. Supreme Universal Restorative Filtek is the latest composite filling material.
It is a multipurpose material that can be made use for teeth restoration in any part of the mouth. This has the look of just the same natural teeth beauty and enhanced retention of polish. Inventions by Mitra have resulted in several advancements in dental technology. This includes dental adhesives and nano-composites, as quoted by the Times of India.
The Stanford Professor Emeritus Arogyaswami Paulraj has been honored for his US patent in 1992 on MIMO. It is a wireless technology Multiple In-Multiple Out. This makes use of multiple antennas at both the receiver and transmitter in a wireless link. It enhances the rates of wireless data.
The current omnipresent wireless broadband access and the future 5G would not have been possible in the absence of MIMO technology. This has become the foundation for all present and future wireless networks. Thus it is the most powerful technology in the recent decades. Paulraj was born in 1994 at Pollachi in Tamil Nadu India.
Just 561 inventors have been inducted into the US National Inventors Hall of Fame so far. This includes Alexander Graham Bell, Wright Brothers, Thomas Edison and Steve Jobs.
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