Economic Times

17 Feb. 2018

Bright minds join hands for 5G test project

More than 200 researchers, students and teachers from across five Indian Institutes of Technology have joined forces over a Rs 300-crore project to develop 5G technology and its use cases in India. ...... Kiran Kuchi, professor of electrical engineering at IIT Hyderabad, said a team of about 90 members from the institute will work on massive MIMO, radio base band and cloud RAN. Read full article


6 Oct. 2017

WiSig Networks exhibited our NB-IoT solutions at CEATEC Japan

At the annual CEATEC trade show in Japan, WiSig Networks showcased our NB-IoT modem solutions in the IIT Hyderabad booth. Prof. Kotaro Kataoka and Prof. Antony Franklin from IIT Hyderabad were present to interact with the visitors. 

Times of India

16 June 2017

IIT scientists present India's first 5G patent before global body

With India gearing up for the commercial roll out of 5G (high speed fifth generation of wireless networks) by 2020, scientists at IIT Hyderabad and Centre of Excellence in Wireless Technology (CEWiT), an R&D society under IIT Madras, have tabled the country's first 5G patent before an international body that defines the global cellular radio standards for different generations of wireless network. Read full article

MWC 2017

27 Feb. 2017

WiSig Networks exhibited an NB-IoT demo at the annual Mobile World Congress

To have an early product experience of NarrawBand IoT modem, please meet us at IoT pavilion, Hall 8, Mobile World Congress 2017. See full details

Economic Times

20 Oct. 2016

3G, 4G, now 5G: India takes early call

After playing catchup with the rest of the world in the adoption of 2G, 3G and 4G technologies, the Indian government wants the country to be an early adopter of 5G, which is expected to be commercially rolled out by 2020. “We are scaling up fast and switching gears because 5G is just around the corner,” said Kiran Kuchi, a professor at the department of electrical engineering at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Hyderabad. Read full article

ET Telecom

23 Sept. 2015

Tejas Networks, IIT-H develop 5G Cloud Radio Access Network for India

In an example of industry-academia collaboration and a futuristic, time-based research, Bengaluru-based Tejas Networks is working with Indian Institute of Technology-Hyderabad (IIT-H), on a novel 5G Cloud Radio Access Network (CRAN), keeping in mind India's needs. In the works for two years, the first field demonstration of the technology, project lead Dr. Kiran Kuchi of IIT-H, said: "...Will be scheduled in the next two months or so." Read full article here

The Hindu

23 Dec. 2014

IITH working hard to make 5G dream come true

Students and academia of the IITH are immersed in developing 5G cellular wireless communication technology, which would be on a par with global standards. The indigenous development of technology could be of immense value to India in view of the low cost of development coupled with high performance possibilities. Read full article here