Domestic and National Base Station

Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Minister Ahmet Arslan, noting Turkey's first local and national base station handyman next week will enter service at the ceremony to be held in Kars, "so to be served with local and national base station anywhere in Turkey." He said.

Arslan, in a statement, 500 less than one person living in the base stations to provide communication services in the Universal Service Fund under the ministry established, so the local and national ULAK said they care a lot.

Arslan, who reminded that the base station at the 799 point of the installation, started to work at 4,5G level, stated that the second phase of the base station installation was carried out by GSM operators.

Pointing out that the processes related to the said study were started, Arslan stressed that they have set the requirement for the establishment of a domestic base station in these tenders.

Arslan, Turkey's first national indigenous and completed construction of the base station's messenger, to do the tests and said that the start of use in the field, said:

Ik As a ministry, we have carried out the 150 ULAK equipment testing and factory acceptance for the first phase. We're going to test 150 more this month. In June, we will deliver the 189 ULAK. We increased the ratio of 10 with 43 to 590 in the first phase. In the second phase, local and national base stations will be used at 30. 54 in the second phase, we predicted the percentage of XNUMX percent was. This pleases us. Bu

Within the scope of the universal service that the order of thousands of 80 ULAK transfers Arslan, the number of orders of GSM operators 625 said.

Arslan, noting ULAK base station to be used by all GSM operators in Kars ceremony held next week, so that was reported to be serviced with local and national base station anywhere in Turkey.


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