Lithuania can’t connect with 5G towers resulting from army gear in Kaliningrad

Lithuania cannot connect to 5G towers due to military equipment in Kaliningrad

Lithuania can’t join 5G towers due to army gear within the Kaliningrad area.

As Lithuania and the Baltic states are making ready to introduce 5G connectivity, it was essential to agree on using radio frequencies wanted to connect with the Kaliningrad area, however no settlement may very well be reached. Within the Kaliningrad area of Russia, radio frequency bands are used for army radio navigation methods, which aren’t suitable with 5G.

Transmitters within the Kaliningrad area will create robust interference for radio communication networks 5G, carried out in Lithuania.

It’s specified that TV transmitters within the Kaliningrad area are at the moment not working, however Russia “has the right to turn them on”.

The circumstances proposed by Russia in talks with Lithuania and the European Fee ought to shield these army methods from radio interference, however would considerably restrict the deployment of 5G networks in Lithuania.

In February 2021, it was reported that 5G mobile towers won’t seem within the Kaliningrad area within the subsequent three years as a result of the related prices haven’t been budgeted.

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