First successful test of 5G in India, Communications Minister Ashwini Vaishnav made the first call at IIT-Madras

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The Minister of Communications posted on Ku that 5G calls were successfully tested at IIT Madras. The entire end to end network is designed and developed in India.

New Delhi:

The first successful test of 5G calls in India concluded on Thursday. Communications Minister Ashwini Vaishnav successfully made a 5G call at IIT Madras on Thursday. The entire network is designed and developed in India. The Minister of Communications posted on Ku that 5G calls were successfully tested at IIT Madras. The entire end to end network is designed and developed in India.

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Let us inform that the Department of Telecom is likely to take the 5G spectrum auction proposal to the Union Cabinet for final approval next week. The roll-out of 5G services, expected in the latter part of the year, will create a new area in the quality of services as well as new types of services. TRAI Chairman PD Vaghela said that with the advent of this service in digital technology education, healthcare, agriculture, energy and other sectors, changes will be seen.

Earlier this month, Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the country’s first 5G trial at IIT Madras. Recently, at the Silver Jubilee Celebrations of the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI), PM Modi had said that 5G is going to contribute to the country’s economy by $ 450 billion in the next one and a half decades and this will increase the country’s progress and employment generation. You will get speed.

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