In India, the Department of Telecommunications has allocated spectrum for the use of FiveG to telecom providers.
In India, the Department of Telecommunications has distributed spectrum to telecom providers for the use of FiveG. The Department of Telecommunications has begun distributing Airweb to telecommunications providers.
India’s Department of Telecommunications is set to launch FiveG tests in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bangalore and Hyderabad.
Telecommunication providers will be provided with 700 MHz, 3.3-3.6 GHz and 24.25-28.5 GHz internet bands in different locations. Chinese telecom providers are not included in the spectrum allocation.
There will also be an auction of FiveG spectrum after the completion of the FiveG test. In India, the Department of Telecommunications has allowed Reliance Jio, Bharti Vodafone Idea and MTNL to test FiveG.
According to the Indian government, Five G will offer 10 times more download speeds than Four G. The Five G test will be used in telemedicine, tele education and drone-based agricultural surveys. These tests will be conducted especially in remote areas.