5G Spectrum: How long will companies get spectrum, Telecom Minister Ashwini Vaishnav told

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5G Spectrum: How long will companies get spectrum, Telecom Minister Ashwini Vaishnav told
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Telecom Minister Ashwini Vaishnav has said that the government has completed the spectrum cohesion process within a few days of completion of the 5G spectrum auction. For more efficiency, the related spectrum available with companies is repaired within a band. The spectrum harmony process is important for 5G services. Under this, a group of radio waves available within a band is brought into a nearby block with the consent of all telecom service providers.

Vaishnav said that the spectrum taken by the companies in the government auction But is working to allocate. The allocation will be made by August 12. The process of approval from the committee of secretaries has also been completed. Spectrum harmony increases the capacity of companies, as the part of the radio waves available to them in a band is brought together. This work is done with the consent of companies.

Vaishnav said that we are moving forward on the promise we have made to allocate spectrum by August 12. He told that things are on time. An official of the Department of Telecommunications, while explaining the synergy between the spectrum, said that it is like bridging the difference generated from the distributed land in which it is brought around.

The telecom spectrum in the country so far The biggest auction was completed on Monday this week. There have been records of Rs 1.5 lakh crore in this. This year, a total of 72 GHz spectrum worth Rs 4.3 lakh crore was placed under the bid. It sold 51,236 MHz i.e. 71 percent spectrum.

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