Larry W. Fullerton, American inventor, Died at 65

Larry W. Fullerton was born on December 11, 1950, in Arkansas and died on November 24, 2016.

He was an American inventor.

He was best known for the invention of ultra-wideband technology, correlated magnetics, and a number of other industrial, military, and consumer technologies.

Fullerton co-founded Time Domain Corporation in 1987 and Cedar Ridge Research in 2008.

Fullerton holds more than 500 patents around the world for technologies as diverse as ground sonar, new magnetics technology, and radio pulse technology.

He grew up in a military family, and spent most of his younger years in Europe.

Larry returned to the United States with his family in 1969.

During 1979, Larry moved to Alabama after landing a job with NASA in Huntsville, Alabama.

Fullerton has won several prestigious awards for his inventions, including the HOBY Inspiration Award and was given the Aviation Week & Space Technology Laureate award.

He died due to brain cancer.

Larry W. Fullerton passed away at 65 years old.