What is the 5G capability in India?

5G Technology in India !


5G is the 5th generation mobile network. it is the new global wireless standard after 1G , 2G , 3G and 4G .  

  5G allows for a new type of network that is designed to connect virtually everyone and everything, including machines, goods and devices.

5G wireless technology means higher multi-Gbps peak data speeds, ultra lower latency, greater reliability, greater network capacity, increased availability and a more uniform user experience. Higher performance and improved efficiency will energize new customer experiences and connect new industries . 5G have capability to maintain speed upto 10 Gbps.


most of the companies still working for 5G.some of them already succeed and some are going to be a success.
the major companies that work on 5G are NASA(M2MI), South korean IT R&D Programme of 5G mobile Communication Systems based on beam-division multiple access and relays with group cooperation, NYU wireless founded by new york University, Huawei, Samsung, Telefonica in Europe, Fujitsu Laboratories in Europe,Rohde & schwarz, and Aircom international etc.
 NASA(collaborated with Geoff Brown and machine to machine intelligence (M2mi) corp)  has started research work of 5G in 2008,april.  But on may 12 2013 Samsung electronics stated that they had developed 5G system. the core Technology has maximum speed 10 gbps/sec.

Japan had the first country that successfully launched the 5G network in the world. On october, 1, 2013 NTT(Nippon Telegraph and Telephone)company to launch world first 5G network in japan, wins 
Ministry of Internal affairs and Communications Award at CEATEC for 5G R&D efforts.

On April 3, 2019, South Korea became the first country to adopt 5G. Just hours later, Verizon launched its 5G services in the United States, and disputed South Korea's claim of becoming the world's first country with a 5G network, because allegedly, South Korea's 5G service was launched initially for just six South Korean celebrities so that South Korea could claim the title of having the world's first 5G network. In fact, the three main South Korean telecommunication companies (SK Telecom, KT, and LG Uplus) added more than 40,000 users to their 5G network on the launch day.


South Korea, China, and the United States are the countries that lead the world in building and deploying 5G technology.

Telecommunications operators around the world—including AT&T Inc., KT Corp, and China Mobile—have been racing to build the fifth-generation (5G) of wireless technology. 

As more devices connect to the Internet, the need for high-speed 5G networks becomes more critical.

Even smaller countries like Sweden, Turkey, and Estonia have taken significant steps to make 5G networks commercially available to their citizens.


In July 2013, India and Israel agreed to work jointly on development of fifth generation (5G) telecom technologies.


A third landline Internet infrastructure is being built by the Israel Electric Corporation, which will provide fiber to the home access in the country, starting with Beersheba.This follows a March 6, 2011 communications ministry approval.The network is called "Unlimited" and will provide up to 1 Gbit/s access to Israeli homes. After the network is laid, speeds above 1 Gbit/s will be possible.Bezeq is also set to conduct a similar pilot in Petah Tikva in 2012, paving the way for FTTH connections in Israel.

By 2020, the 160 tbps Quantum Cable will be added to the array of submarine communication cables that land in Israel. In the same year, a 5G cellular network is expected to begin operating in the country.


The Internet in India was launched in 1986 and is only available to the academic and research community. It has been publicly available since 15 August 1995. By 2020, there will be 718.74 million active Internet users, making up 54.29% of the population.

As of May 2014, the Internet will be delivered to India mainly through 9 different submarine fibers, including SEA-ME-WE 3, Bay of Bengal Gateway and Europe India Gateway, which have reached 5 different landing points. The city of Agartala, near the Bangladesh border, has an overland internet connection to India.

The Government of India has launched projects such as BharatNet, Digital India, Made in India and Startup India to accelerate the growth of Internet-based ecosystems.

A New 5G Technology and Revolution Created by JIO in India : 

Reliance Industries Ltd's jio Platforms unit has developed 5G technology, which will be deployed in India next year, Chairman Mukesh Ambani said on Wednesday.

Ambani said the company will partner with jio and Google to develop entry-level 4G or 5G smartphones with the Android operating system, to adopt technology on a large scale and to graduate millions of 2G feature phone users to smartphones.
"jio has designed and developed a complete 5G solution from scratch," Mr Ambani told shareholders at RIL's annual general meeting. "As India of the 5G era stands at home, the migration of the 350 million Indians who are currently using 2G feature phones for affordable smartphones should be accelerated. jio is determined to make India 2G free," he added.

"This Made-in-India 5G solution will be ready for trials as soon as the 5G spectrum becomes available and ready for field deployment next year. And as jio Converge ... we can easily upgrade our 4G network to 5G," Mr. Ambani said.

jio plans to export its 5G solution to other telecom operators worldwide, as a fully managed service, after the technology is proven at the Indian level, RIL chief said.

Pichai said Google's first and largest investment in India from the recently announced $ 10 billion fund is to invest in jio, “Our joint venture will focus on increasing access to hundreds of millions of Indians. Not everyone currently owns a smartphone while improving the mobile experience. 

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