Find out what Geo, Airtel, Vodafone Idea is preparing for 5G in India, everything …


When will 5G start in India? Perhaps you are also looking for the answer to this question. While government and telecom companies are still silent on the issue, there has been some good news in the last few days. In response to a question from the Department of Telecommunications after a special parliamentary committee reprimanded it, the department said the radio waves would be auctioned in India from March 2. Also, Geo, Airtel and V (Vodafone Idea) are all looking to launch 5G networks. Companies have begun to upgrade their network components. In addition to these, we also know that Airtel has recently demoted the 5G service on the commercial network. Still, the question remains when will 5G launch in India? Read below to know all the information about Next Generation Network.

How much better is 5G network than 4G

5G cellular network is a fifth generation network, faster, more reliable and more stable than 4G. 5G currently operates on the same radio frequency used in your smartphone, Wi-Fi network and satellite communication, but it is the next generation technology, which is much better than the current 4G technology. In 5G you can download full HD movies in a few seconds. 5G is not only good for download speeds, it will help keep the current hardware ecosystem firmly connected.

In which countries 5G is running?

California-based network testing firm Vivi Solutions According to 5G is currently launched in Austria, Finland, Germany, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom, USA, Oman, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Australia, China, New Zealand, South Korea and a few more countries.

When will 5G be launched in India?

Currently, the government and telecom companies have not shared a clear statement on the introduction of 5G, with Airtel saying it will take two to three years to make 5G in the domestic telecom market. On the other hand, the Department of Telecommunications I have to say Those radio waves will be auctioned off from March 1st. However, the department has also made it clear that the spectrum auction has not taken place yet.

Why is India behind bringing 5G?

The 5G frequency band is not available in India right now. As we said the radio waves will be auctioned in India from 1st March. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) will auction the frequency from 700 MHz to 2,500 MHz. But telecom companies say such frequencies are not enough to introduce 5G. Companies say 5G India needs 3,300 to 3,600 MHz of spectrum.

Airtel, Geo, Sixth and BSNL are getting ready for 5G

Airtel on the commercial network late last month 5G service launched successfully Shared a demo video. The company did this demo in Hyderabad. Targeting new telecom giant Reliance Geo, the company said it has simultaneously operated 5G and 4G in the existing spectrum with the 1800 MHz band through non-standalone (NSA) network technology. The company has teased Airtel 5G to give 10 times more speed to existing network technology. Airtel said that with the permission of the Department of Telecommunications (DOT), they can dynamically operate its 5G and 4G networks within the same spectrum block and will also be ready to roll out 5G in a few months.

At the same time, Geo has claimed that the company may launch 5G in India in the second half of 2021. Geo said the company will operate 5G with locally developed network, hardware and technology components. It is believed that the company could purchase 700MHz at the upcoming Radio Waves auction, which is currently popular worldwide for 5G.

Sixth (Vodafone Idea) shows itself ready for 5G. The company has built its 4G network according to the 5G architecture. The company is currently awaiting the Radio Waves auction. Not only that, the company has offered 5G testing with several vendors including Huawei and Ericsson.

Clear information about BSNL’s plan is not yet available. The government-run telecom company has not yet made a statement on 5G.

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