“We want this Wi-Fi module to become the talk of the town, talk of the state and talk of the nation after it comes into the market,” added Mr. Pandey.
To test its effectiveness, it has been installed in Mr. Pandey’s official car on an experimentation basis. “Yes, the module has been installed in my car. I am using it for quite some time now. The response is encouraging. However, few improvements are required and they are going on actually,” said Mr. Pandey.
This is probably the first model in the country where the car has an antenna which receives Wi-Fi signals with a 3.5 mbps speed, from an exchange based on CDMA technology. The BSNL expects a large number of customers to adopt this service once it is available on the commercial basis after passing through the quality test.
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