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  • India’s first 5G audio and video calls were tested at IIT Madras.
  • 5G service is likely to be rolled out by the end of the year.
  • Narendra Modi inaugurates the country’s first 5G testing at IIT Madras

Vaishnav posted on the Indian microblogging site Koo that ‘5G calls were successfully tested at IIT Madras. The entire end-to-end network is designed and built-in India.

India’s first 5G audio and video calls were tested at IIT Madras.

India’s Communications Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw successfully tested India’s first 5G audio and video calls at IIT Madras. The Minister said that the entire network has been designed and developed in India. Vaishnav posted on the Indian microblogging site Koo that ‘5G calls were successfully tested at IIT Madras. The entire end-to-end network is designed and built-in India.

The Minister of Communications further said that ‘this is the result of the vision of the Hon’ble Prime Minister. Their vision is to have our own 4G and 5G technology stack developed in India, built in India, and built for the world. We have to conquer the world with this full technology stack. The Department of Telecommunications is expected to take the 5G spectrum auction proposal to the Union Cabinet for final approval next week.

5G service is likely to be rolled out by the end of the year.

5G service is likely to be rolled out by the end of the year. After its arrival, along with the quality of service, a new type of service will start. TRAI President PD Vaghela said that digital technology is changing the way of service in education, health service, agriculture, energy and other sectors. In this case, he outlined a robust and precise approach across multiple sectors to formulate policy and regulation.

Earlier this month, Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the country’s first 5G testing facility at IIT Madras, allowing startups and industry people to test and verify their products locally. After that, the dependence on foreign technology could be reduced.

Narendra Modi inaugurates the country’s first 5G testing at IIT Madras

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said earlier this week that India is targeting to launch a 6G telecom network by the end of the decade, which will provide ultra-high-speed internet connectivity to the users. Speaking at the Silver Jubilee event of TRAI, he said that it is expected that with the introduction of 5G network, there will be a profit of $ 450 billion i.e. about Rs 3,492 crore in the Indian economy. He said that ‘this will increase the speed of internet, but at the same time the speed of development and employment generation is also increasing’.

At present, a 4G telecom network is present in India and preparations are on to bring a 5G network in a few months.

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