During a 5G experiment in Pune on Sunday, Vodafone Idea (VI) claimed to have attained the maximum internet speed of 3.7 Gbps.
During the 5G experiment, telecom giant Vodafone Idea ( Vodafone Idea ) claimed the highest speed of 3.7 GBPS. This is by far the fastest speed offered by any Indian cellular operator. According to the business, the VI has achieved 1.5 Gbps download speeds in Gandhinagar and Pune using the mid-band spectrum.
What method did you use to conduct the test?
VI has performed 5G testing in Pune in a lab set-up of an end-to-end captive network of cloud cores, next-generation transport, and radio access networks, according to the company. The VI achieved a top speed of over 3.7 Gbps with very minimal latency on the MM Wave frequency band in this trial, according to the company.
Extremely low latency
The Department of Telecommunications has given VI ( Vodafone Idea ) high-frequency bands such as 26 gigahertz ( GHz ). In addition, 5G network testing will use the standard 3.5 GHz radio range.
The experiment has been approved by the Telecom Department.
The Department of Telecommunications ( DoT ) approved Reliance Jio, Bharti Airtel, and Vodafone’s applications in May. Following that, MTNL was approved. Telecom providers were given permission to test 5G for six months. In which telecom companies collaborate with Ericsson, Nokia, Samsung, and C-DOT to conduct 5G experiments.
VI exceeds its competitors.
Prior to VI, Reliance Jio stated in June that the experiment had produced a peak speed of 1 Gbps. Bharti Airtel, meanwhile, claimed to have attained the same speed in July. VI, on the other hand, has now eclipsed these two corporations, achieving a speed of 3.7 Gbps. For 5G experiments, Reliance Jio is employing its own technology.
Every private company is gearing up for 5G.
Currently, all Indian telecom firms offer just 4G services and are working to implement 5G technology as quickly as possible. The state-owned telecom company BSNL, on the other hand, is yet to roll out 4G across India.