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Has Tikona Acquired 4G license??

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    I am surprised.. I thought it was just to be in 2015 for India..

    or is this just another fraud advert from Tikona?, as i am thinking.

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    job takes the child away.

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    they use 4g technologies they don't have the license

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    Quote Originally Posted by vinit View Post
    they use 4g technologies they don't have the license
    isnt that using a technology which you dont have the license is illegal?just like gunning down with an automatic machine gun when you have the license of a single bullet pistol??
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    Tikona's last mile connectivity is using the same frequency as your home use wifi router does.. 2.4 Ghz and for long distances like from one tower to another they use 5.8Ghz which again does not need any liscencing.
    You can also start up an ISP company if you can get an ISP liscence and use the same frequency as Tikona... there are no restrictions on using these frequencies but when the number of users start increasing the noise level becomes too much and connectivity issues start arising.

    Its a very clever business model and their profitability in my opinion is going to be a lot more as compared to other ISPs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    Tikona's last mile connectivity is using the same frequency as your home use wifi router does.. 2.4 Ghz and for long distances like from one tower to another they use 5.8Ghz which again does not need any liscencing.
    You can also start up an ISP company if you can get an ISP liscence and use the same frequency as Tikona... there are no restrictions on using these frequencies but when the number of users start increasing the noise level becomes too much and connectivity issues start arising.

    Its a very clever business model and their profitability in my opinion is going to be a lot more as compared to other ISPs
    well i am not more into licensing but about the advertising as 4G technology..
    mentioning 4G is not good when you are not doing it at the 4G system isnt it??
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    Tikona is not availing any kind of license right now but in last BWA auction it bought 5 circles to become own ISP. Tikona may leave bandwidth from airtel.
    and I do not think that its technology is LTE based because receiver given to its customer is an ordinary instrument.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    Tikona's last mile connectivity is using the same frequency as your home use wifi router does.. 2.4 Ghz and for long distances like from one tower to another they use 5.8Ghz which again does not need any liscencing.
    You can also start up an ISP company if you can get an ISP liscence and use the same frequency as Tikona... there are no restrictions on using these frequencies but when the number of users start increasing the noise level becomes too much and connectivity issues start arising.

    Its a very clever business model and their profitability in my opinion is going to be a lot more as compared to other ISPs
    are companies like reliance and tata doing the same thing for their wimax services because even they dont have licences for wimax

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