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Canadian wireless inventor helped save WWII troops

News | 11/03/2006 5:00 am EST

Among the people inducted into Canada’s Telecommunications Hall of Fame this year is one man whose name you might not recognize, but whose wireless technology invention helped save thousands of lives in World War II. Burnaby BC resident Donald Hings invented the two-way radio – a.k.a. the walkie-talkie.

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