Nokia, Vodafone and Audi works together to setup a 4G network on moon in the next year after 50 years when a NASA’s man walked on its surface. This network is set by sending two rovers on the space through which signals direct reach on earth and we can see live transmission, HD videos and photographs by using this 4G base station and beam down to earth; we can send all the data by consuming low power. On Earth, there is also many other places in which we find 4G network not in good quality but that would be figure out.
PTScientists has already discovered spacecraft that hold 100kg of payload to the moon but now with the help of Vodafone and Nokia next a new space-grade network will also be the part of this spacecraft. This new space-grade’s weight is just 2.2 lbs. no heavier than a bag of sugar. Audi is also involved in this first space-grade that would be sent to the moon. They expected that it would use 1800 MHz frequency for HD live-streaming.
The main reason behind launching 4G network on moon is mere data transfer. This network will also allow the rovers to communicate with each other. PTScientists will use its rovers to study the lunar rover. This mission is expected to launch in next year by using a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral. Bohme said in the statement, “The great thing about this LTE solution is that it saves so much power, and the less energy we use sending data, the more we have to do science!”