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As Per Latest Information IIT-Hyderabad 5G startup WiSig Networks is sparking interest with affordable connectivity.

WiSig Networks’ Integrated Access Backhaul reduces access costs by 50% for 5G.

A 5G company from IIT-Hyderabad, WiSig Networks, draws attention for its reasonably priced connection.

When they visited IIT-H, the G20 representatives were curious about the 5G, and 6G-related goods representatives were curious in the 5G and 6G-related goods when they visited IIT-H. Once the proof-of-concept work is finished, the project can be carried out with any participant or business with spectrum access. Any international partnerships will be negotiated at the government level, with IIT-H overseeing the pilot program.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • G20 representatives have responded very favorably to WiSig Networks’ solution, Integrated Access Backhaul.
  • In comparison to conventional fiber networks, the Integrated Access Backhaul project will cut access costs by more than 50%.
  • This is due to the fact that 5G requires base stations for radio coverage in addition to a broadband backhaul network.

Representatives from the G20, notably those from African and Asian nations, have responded very favorably to the Integrated Access Backhaul offering from IIT-Hyderabad’s 5G company, WiSig Networks. This idea, which is especially helpful for nations unable to finance fiber networks or lay fibers in remote locations, includes employing less costly optical fiber networks instead of longer towers to give internet access.

The G20 delegates that visited IIT-H expressed interest in learning more about 5G and 6G-related items, per a TNN article. Once the proof-of-concept work is finished, the project can be carried out with any participant or business having spectrum access. Any international partnerships will be negotiated at the government level, with IIT-H overseeing the pilot program.

In comparison to conventional fibre networks, the Integrated Access Backhaul project will cut access costs by more than 50%. This is due to the fact that 5G requires base stations for radio coverage in addition to a broadband backhaul network. The backhaul network uses wireless networks instead of fibre to connect base stations to the main network using wired fibre optic cabling and IAB. These networks can reach remote areas like villages and woods.

The telecom division has given WiSig Networks a grant so they can create cutting-edge, usable technologies. The business is also working on a number of additional 5G and 6G-related items.

For radio coverage, 5G needs both base stations and a broadband backhaul network. High-frequency mm Wave range, high-bandwidth, and directional wireless communications are essential for 5G.

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Written by Shallu Srivastav

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