Indian Army Deploys Indigenous 4G Mobile Base Station

The Indian Army has deployed its first indigenous 4G mobile base station, developed by Signaltron in Bangalore. This move, facilitated through the Government e-Marketplace (GeM), marks significant progress towards self-sufficiency in critical technology. Signaltron, founded by Himamshu Khasnis in 2010, has created the Sahyadri LTE base stations using locally developed chips. These portable and secure systems enhance military communication capabilities. The strategic shift from foreign to indigenous technology strengthens national security and is expected to boost the Indian base station market to USD 24 billion by 2029, with global opportunities in the CNPN 4G/5G market projected to exceed USD 30 billion by 2030.

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