India's largest Broadband service provider BSNL has introduced WiFi module for Car which can be used to access high speed internet facility in moving car.
BSNL WiFi module is actually experimented by General Manager G C Pandey in a moving car in Indor circle on Wednesday and device will be available in market soon. This is the first technology of its kind in India, Company claimed.
CDMA WiFi module priced around Rs 5k to 6k has used CDMA frequency that it detects via a small Antenna attached to module to provide internet surfing at speed up to 3.5Mbps.
Users can access high speed internet in moving car using high speed 3g technology but speed normally fluctuate most of the time and there were no options to resolve this issue before the launch of the device although mobile uses CDMA technology.
This WiFi module can be utilized to speed up the connection as well as to reduce speed up-down problem. Users can expect superior network availability as device uses CDMA technology and CDMA network available in most of the area, at least more than the 3G network.
BSNL has officially launches the CDMA WiFi device in Indor circle and based on the market demand, module will be distributed in other circles.