Data from the Department of Telecom (DoT) shows that Reliance Jio has installed 99,897 Base Transceiver Stations (BTS). These are installed in the two frequencies (700 MHz and 3,500 MHz) available with the company. In comparison bharti airtel The number of BTS of K is 22,129. Jio has three cell sites for each base station, while Airtel has two. More towers and cell sites mean faster speeds. According to a report by network intelligence firm Ookla, Jio’s top median speed is 506 Mbps and Airtel’s 268 Mbps.
“The 5G network in India has been around for more than four months and has had a major impact on the mobile landscape in the country. Speedtest Intelligence data shows that the median download speed across the country has increased by 115 percent,” the report said. ” Performance in 5G has improved in most telecom circles that initially implemented this high-speed network. Kolkata had the fastest median 5G download speed in January with over 500 Mbps. India has over 500 million internet users and is the second largest online market in the world after China.
Ookla reported, “Jio’s median 5G download speed in Kolkata was 506.25 Mbps, while it was 268.89 Mbps for Airtel in Delhi. Jio and Airtel have ambitious goals for their 5G networks. Increased.” India has also taken a step towards 6G. Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday 6G Vision document was released. The Prime Minister had said, “One of India’s priorities as the chair of the G-20 is to reduce the regional divide. When we talk about the technological divide, it is natural to expect from India.” Along with this, he said that telecom technology is empowering the citizens of the country. <!–
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