The world’s largest 5G station started on 30 April, its signal has covered the top of mount Chomolungma (Everest). It is reported Hpia.
The station, built at an altitude of 6500 meters, located in the camp on mount Chomolongma, the world’s highest peak. Along with two other stations that were previously built on the heights of 5300 m and 5800 meters, it provides full coverage of the 5G signal on the mountain Jomolungma.
The equipment was deployed on the hill to research and determine its height. Subsequently, only leave the station at the height of 5300 meters above sea level. It will provide signal from the base camp of climbers. The other two after measurements to tell.