First 5G trial on Namma Metro, Proud moment for India

First 5G trial successfully completed in Namma Metro a proud source for our country.

First 5g tested successfully at MG Metro station
Proud moment for the nation as 5g network is successfully tested.

BANGALORE (METRO RAIL NEWS): Fifth Generation mobile network (5G) trial successfully completed at MG Road Metro Station of Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation (BMRCL). It is the first station in the India to carry out experiments for the Telecom Authority of India (TRAI).

The trial showed the speed to be 50 times quicker than 4G. According to the sources, the preliminary bandwidth trial had download and upload rates of 1.45Gbps and 65 Mbps, respectively.

Anjum Parwez, the managing director of BMRCL said “We had been working on it with TRAI for three months, with Reliance Jio performing the equipment installation. We successfully concluded the experiment by 11 a.m. on Friday. The fact that the city is assisting TRAI in bringing 5G to the nation is a source of pride.

According to a release, Reliance Jio began installing the system, which consists of distributed antenna systems and outdoor small cells, on July 5. Testing began on July 22 and the ODSC emitted signal will cover a 200-metre radius.

According to Parwez, the 5G model needed fewer small structures but more of them than the 4G model, which needed enormous towers. “Depots, stations, and the viaduct can all have them installed. Since we will compensate the network provider for using our space and they can expand their customer base, it will be a source of income for BMRCL ” he added. When it is installed throughout the network, commuters on the entire Metro system could benefit, the MD said. He also said that the current testing at MG Road would continue for some time.

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