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will bsnl deploy 4g on bands other bands like band 3 (1800MHz) than band 1 (2100MHz)?

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bsnl owns other bands but it has deployed 4g only in band 1 (2100MHz)
voda-idea,jio & airtel all have 4g on band 3 (1800MHz) and even bsnl owns this one but still hasn’t deployed yet.
unable to find any info on this. anyone has any info?

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This Was The Case Back In 2018 But I Dont Think Govt Will Do So As Per Current Status Of BSNL.
In Kerala And Few Parts Of Gujarat, They Used 2500 MHz To Launch 4G As Of Now.
Let See What They Actually Launch Pan India. Current Pricing Of 4G Plans Are Very Much Competitive With Jio, Hope They Continue The Same.

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TechnoFrendz wrote:

This Was The Case Back In 2018 But I Dont Think Govt Will Do So As Per Current Status Of BSNL.
In Kerala And Few Parts Of Gujarat, They Used 2500 MHz To Launch 4G As Of Now.
Let See What They Actually Launch Pan India. Current Pricing Of 4G Plans Are Very Much Competitive With Jio, Hope They Continue The Same.

voda-idea,jio & airtel all have 4g on band 3 (1800MHz) and even bsnl owns this one but still hasn’t deployed yet.

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rajrocks wrote:

voda-idea,jio & airtel all have 4g on band 3 (1800MHz) and even bsnl owns this one but still hasn’t deployed yet.

Airtel has on 1800 Mhz and 2300 Mhz, band 40 and is now deploying 4G on 900 Mhz, band 8
Jio works on Band 3, 5 and 40.
But the issue is, there are very few handsets that support all bands i.e. 1,3,5,8, 40.

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panchabhut wrote:

Airtel is now deploying 4G on 900 Mhz, band 8

this has better indoor coverage ?

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rogerthat wrote:

this has better indoor coverage ?

yes
basic principle of physics, shorter the wavelength, greater is the penetration power
airtel is shifting the 3G spectrum to 4G for this purpose

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no, govt is already planning to sell it to Ambanis

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panchabhut wrote:

yes
basic principle of physics, shorter the wavelength, greater is the penetration power
airtel is shifting the 3G spectrum to 4G for this purpose

Make correction: longer wavelength (Think about sunrise…you see red colour…large wavelength…smaller frequency…high penetration)! …Also, the reason is absurd!

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panchabhut wrote:

Airtel has on 1800 Mhz and 2300 Mhz, band 40 and is now deploying 4G on 900 Mhz, band 8
Jio works on Band 3, 5 and 40.
But the issue is, there are very few handsets that support all bands i.e. 1,3,5,8, 40.

i know. what im saying is band 3 (1800MHz) which is most popular 4g band is owned by all operators and all 4g handsets have band 3 (1800MHz). only bsnl is not deploying it on band 3 (1800MHz). it has deployed only on band 1 (2100MHz).

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ros_guy wrote:

Make correction: longer wavelength (Think about sunrise…you see red colour…large wavelength…smaller frequency…high penetration)! …Also, the reason is absurd!

read your physics textbooks again
particularly the chapter relating to radiomagnetic waves
also read the basics of how an x-ray machine works

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panchabhut wrote:

read your physics textbooks again
particularly the chapter relating to radiomagnetic waves
also read the basics of how an x-ray machine works

you are wrong

greater the wavelength shorter the frequency hence better penetration.

you got confused

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rajrocks wrote:

i know. what im saying is band 3 (1800MHz) which is most popular 4g band is owned by all operators and all 4g handsets have band 3 (1800MHz). only bsnl is not deploying it on band 3 (1800MHz). it has deployed only on band 1 (2100MHz).

BSNL uses Band 3 for 2G. It can not dump its 2G users

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panchabhut wrote:

yes
basic principle of physics, shorter the wavelength, greater is the penetration power
airtel is shifting the 3G spectrum to 4G for this purpose

that’s why first gen 5G infra is rather pathetic for actual use in mobile phones.

it might be good for intra appliance (IoT) talking or indoor (almost line of sight) use.

but only with better equipment and improvements in devices, implementation of better technology
would
5G truly be as easy (for average consumers) to use as the previous technologies were.

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rajrocks wrote:

i know. what im saying is band 3 (1800MHz) which is most popular 4g band is owned by all operators and all 4g handsets have band 3 (1800MHz). only bsnl is not deploying it on band 3 (1800MHz). it has deployed only on band 1 (2100MHz).

It does use 2500 also
and what is (if there is) band 40 (and/or) band 41?
or something.
have heard that some of their infra is that.
normally a runner (person who manually goes up the site/ antennae) and his pairex non technical/ semi technical incharge who run around fixing and checking (on laptop/online software) would know which sites have what.
Have met a few Idea Airtel fellows sometimes.

you can ask one of them maybe.
They do have signal checkers to gauge other’s signals too.

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panchabhut wrote:

read your physics textbooks again
particularly the chapter relating to radiomagnetic waves
also read the basics of how an x-ray machine works

I saw my text book thrice, but did not find “radiomagnetic waves” chapter joy

Higher wavelength , better penetrating i.e. lesser frequency better penetration is correct.

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jileg wrote:

I saw my text book thrice, but did not find “radiomagnetic waves” chapter joy

Higher wavelength , better penetrating i.e. lesser frequency better penetration is correct.

its electromagnetic waves and radio spectrum.

he got mixed up totally.

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panchabhut wrote:

BSNL uses Band 3 for 2G. It can not dump its 2G users

it can use band 8 (900) which is best for 2g due to large coverage than band 3 (1800).

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NeibaZhimomi wrote:

It does use 2500 also
and what is (if there us) band 40 (and/or) band 41?
or something.
have heard that some of their infra is that.
normally a runner (person who manually goes up the site/ antennae) and his pairex non technical/ semi technical incharge who run around fixing and checking (on laptop/online software) would know which sites have what.
Have met a few Idea Airtel fellows sometimes.

you can ask one if them maybe.
They do have signal checkers to gaughe other’s signals too. @dell_battery_issue sorted? wink
#pehchaanKaun

i recognize u by just looking at ur username stuck_out_tongue

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rajrocks wrote:

it can use band 8 (900) which is best for 2g due to large coverage than band 3 (1800).

band 8 and lower bands are more useful for LTE. Thats why the Army is still holding onto 700 Mhz spectrum and Mota Bhai used chota bhai to destroy CDMA in India and take over all Band 5 spectrum.
also BSNL does not have band 8 in many locations

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rajrocks wrote:

when did they reduce? ru keeping a track? stuck_out_tongue

I check when i see your topic.

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