Allocating up to 400 megahertz (MHz) of radio waves for 5G trials, the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) has issued guidelines for trial of the 5G technology across all the available spectrum bands, reports Gadgets Now.
According to the report, the DoT has fixed Rs 5,000 as a uniform fee for the trial licence. However, depending on the purpose for which the trial is being conducted, the validity of the license will range between 3 months and 2 years.
Regarding the 5G trials, the DoT guidelines dated 23 July said, “quantum of spectrum as may be necessary and/or can be justified to demonstrate technological capabilities. For example, typical values may be up to 100 megahertz in 3.5 Ghz (gigahertz) band, 400 Mhz in 26 Ghz band and other potential millimetre bands,”