New Delhi: Union Minister of Communications Ashwini Vaishnav successfully test-fired India's first 5G audio and video call at IIT Madras today. The entire network is designed and developed in India. Ashwini Vaishnav himself has given information in this regard. Vaishnav has said on Twitter that, '5G call was successfully tested at IIT Madras. The entire end to end network is designed and developed in India.
Vaishnav said that, 'This is the realization of the vision of the Hon'ble Prime Minister. Their vision is our very own 4G, 5G technology stack Developed in India, Made in India and Made for the world. We have to conquer the world with this complete technology stack. The Department of Telecom is likely to take the 5G spectrum auction proposal to the Union Cabinet for final approval next week. TRAI chief PD Vaghela said that digital technology is transforming service delivery in education, healthcare, agriculture, energy and other sectors. In this context, he has called for an efficient and collaborative approach among various sectors for framing policies and regulations.
Earlier this month, PM Narendra Modi inaugurated the country's first 5G trial at IIT Madras, so that startups and industry players can test and verify their products locally, as well as reduce dependence on foreign facilities. Can do