Implementing 5G in India: A Legal Analysis

  • Priyesh Pathak
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  • Priyesh Pathak

    LL.M. Student at Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur, India

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The analysis of Issues And Challenges Of implementation 5g in India are covered in this paper. It further deals with the fifth generation (5G) of wireless technology is predicted to completely alter how we interact with one another, link to the internet, and converse. Before 5G technology can be extensively used in India, it must first overcome a number of obstacles and problems. The absence of sufficient infrastructure will make the implementation of 5G in India challenging. The availability of spectrum is a major problem with 5G implementation in India. India's telecom industry is heavily controlled, and spectrum distribution is under government supervision. The amount of spectrum that is currently accessible is constrained, and telecommunications providers are engaged in a furious arms race to acquire the spectrum required for the implementation of 5G. Another major obstacle to the adoption of 5G technologies in India is the expensive pricing of the new tech. Deploying 5G in India to each and every area in short span of time is difficult due to a trained labour shortage. Even though 5G technology has the ability to completely change the Indian telecom sector, there are still a number of problems and difficulties that need to be resolved. These issues and challenges are discussed in this paper and at conclusion the suggestion to overcome the same is discussed.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 4, Page 1424 - 1438


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