China’s 5G network Expansion: Opened 5G signal base at world’s highest radar site near Tibet border, bordering Indo-Bhutan

China has opened a 5G signal base at the world’s highest radar site near the Tibet border. China has started internet service at the Gunbala radar station here. This news is important for India, because the Gunbala radar station is adjacent to the border of India and Bhutan.

According to the official website of the Chinese Army, the height of this tower is 5,374 meters above sea level. It is the world’s highest altitude manned radar station. The Chinese army says that it started the work of this station in collaboration with the private sector in Gunbala last year to provide 5G service to its soldiers.

On the website of the army of China, it has been told that after the commencement of this service, soldiers will be able to stay connected with the society. It has been started with the aim of further improving the training of the soldiers deployed in the border area.

China also started a base station last year, China also started a base station last year in the remote Himalayan region of the world’s highest Tibet. This base station was built at an altitude of 6,500 meters. China said the facility would help mountaineering, scientific research, environmental monitoring and high-definition streaming.

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