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Thursday, 23 April 2020

China bring 5G to the summit of Everest

The 5G network is set to reach the world's highest peak, Mount Everest. Reaching the highest peak is becoming the most challenging subject even for experienced mountaineers.
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China is to provide 5G network by constructing a tower up to the base camp of Everest. Not only that, snow is another big challenge there. However, it did not stop Chinese mobile and Huawei.

In collaboration with Chinese Mobile and Huawei, a base station has been set up at the base camp on the Chinese side to bring 5G to the summit of Mount Everest.

Three 5G base stations were set up at the base camp on Sunday alone. It is said to be at an altitude of 5300 and 5800 meters respectively. Similarly, two more towers will be constructed next Saturday.

Which will remain at an altitude of 6500 m. From where the peak of the peak i.e. 8848 meters will reach the network of 5G.

‘Climbing Mt. Everest is still uncomfortable. There were many technical challenges in building the mobile station, 'said Jiang Ligang, head of the project.' The project was almost impossible. We had questions on how to provide a stable 5G network, how to ensure power supply, how to keep the cable safe at minus 20 degrees Celsius.

Huawei's light 5G tower made us a little more comfortable. However, how engineers work there was also a challenge. There is talk of how all this is possible, but of course the cost of the project is huge. '

According to experts, the construction of a base station there has cost more than 140,000 US dollars, or 172 million rupees.

According to the project, the network will be made available to Everest climbers and rescue teams in the first phase. However, it has not been disclosed how much money will have to be paid for that.
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