All telecom administrators, with the exception of Reliance Jio, neglected to meet call drop benchmark in drive test directed by division controller Trai on various highways and rail highways, a report said. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India said that independent drive tests through its delegated organization were directed on eight highways and three rail routes.
Reliance Jio Successfully Pass the Call Drop Test with Top Rank
Either 3G or 2G system of Bharti Airtel, Vodafone Idea and state-run BSNL failed to meet call drop test on four highways and all the three railroad routes. Reliance Jio name did not show up among organizations that failed to meet call drop test on both the highways and rail routes.
In any case, all telecom network providers did not fall flat the tests in totality. On different roads, the significant telcos met the benchmark prerequisite also, however it was just Reliance Jio that did not come up short the tests on any of the courses. The Independent Drive Tests (IDTs) were led by TRAI through its designated office on more than of eight highways and three railroad routes. The tests were held with the end goal to survey the system quality given by cell phone specialist organizations for voice benefit as it were.
Amid the Independent Drive Tests led by TRAI, many key execution markers were tested for the systems of all these telecom specialist organizations working in the area. The key performance indicators for voice services include, call setup success rate (CSSR), block call rate, drop call rate, handover achievement rate, and Rx quality. The eight highways which were canvassed in the tests were from Digha to Asansol, Dehradun to Nainital, Asansol to Gaya, Raipur to Jagdalpur, Bengaluru to Murdeshwar, Gaya to Danapur, Mount Abu to Jaipur and Srinagar to Leh. While the three railway routes which were canvassed in the drive tests were the courses from Allahabad to Gorakhpur, Delhi to Mumbai, and Jabalpur to Singrauli.