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 Building the 5G Networks, they will work with is going to take time but 5G phones are already available in India. Network operators must test the technology and acquire the necessary radio spectrum from the Government of India in an auction to invest in and build out the network infrastructure before they’re ready to offer service to peoples.

Network operators are making towards the nationwide roll-out of 5G services across India

What it is, how Indian network operators are preparing for 5G networks, when and how the government plans to conduct the spectrum auction, and finally when 5G services will effectively roll out in India. Let’s see everything you need to know about 5G in India

What are the 5G networks?

When and How 5G mobile networks come to India, 3G networks we have today, they will use a new radio technology and a different architecture to deliver higher bandwidth with lower latency than 4G (LTE) . 5G promises peak data speeds of up to 10 Gbps, up to 100 times faster than the 100 Mbps of 4G. Latency, a measure of the time it takes data to travel from the phone to the remote server, could be less than a millisecond in 5G networks, or 60-120 times better than 4G. (Real-world performance to be substantially lower, however.)

5G could also be a contributing factor to the growth of the edge computing market. To make the most of this low latency and high bandwidth will require computing resources close to the mobile device. The ability of 5G private networks to coexist alongside private ones – or for public networks to be “sliced” into multiple virtual private networks – also makes the attractive technology attractive.

How are operators from India preparing for 5G?

They are also enhancing own network cores to prepare for the traffic additional loads that 5G radio interfaces will carry. India’s operators have applied to the government for permission to conduct field trials and selected one or more equipment vendors, which to collaborate. To explore in the real world how 5G networks will perform, to gain experience in building and operating them.

The Indian government to conduct a 5G mobile network trial approach to Reliance Jio was the first that Jio is ready for 5G and has the network and backhaul in place, needing only to make investments in spectrum and equipment. To build its entire suite of 5G offerings, the company is also looking at startups. which includes set-top boxes and smartphones. An important requirement for launching 5G services, enabling the company to implement 5G smoothly, Jio is also the only operator with an all-IP network. It will conduct 5G trials with Samsung, it will extend its partnerships for 5G trials to include Huawei, Ericsson, and Nokia, the supplier of its 4G network.

Vodafone Idea will conduct its trials with Ericsson Nokia, Huawei, and ZTE, and is already using 5G Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology from Huawei to boost the capabilities of its 4G network.

What spectrum will 5G Networks use in India?

That spectrum be made available for 5G services in the 3300 to 3400 MHz and 3425 to 3600 MHz bands, recommended by The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI)

This could now be delayed until the fourth quarter because of the COVID-19 pandemic, The Indian government had planned to auction this 5G spectrum in the second quarter of 2020.

Following a recent ruling by the Supreme Court of India, in a longstanding case over payment of past spectrum fees based on adjusted gross revenues (AGR). The Telco’s lack the resources to pay such high auction prices.

To buy some of the 5G bands, Reliance Jio as the sole operator expected — but it too has expressed concern about the prices in India. Most affected by the AGR case, Vodafone Idea, which is the, is expected to participate in the auction in a limited manner, whereas there have been reports suggesting that because of the high prices, Bharti Airtel is planning to skip the auction.

When will 5G Networks services be available in India?

They need access to 5G-enabled phones or other devices, For Indians to benefit from 5G services, and their network operators need 5G radio spectrum and 5G network equipment.

5G expected to be launched in India by late 2020 or may be early 2021, but it’s now unlikely that this could happen before mid-2021. Even if a date is soon set to auction the spectrum and the Telco’s quickly find the money to buy it, Before launching commercial service, they still need to perform a lot of tests. In Sweden Ericsson, a network equipment vendor based, has said 5G service is likely to be available in India only from 2022.

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