Nokia Bell Labs received an order from NASA to build a communication system on the Moon

For the development of lunar communications, NASA allocates $ 14 million.

Finnish-American Company Nokia Bell Labs has contracted to create 4G Internet networks on the Moon. The customer is the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). American media reported.

NASA engineers believe that high-speed Internet on the Moon will significantly improve radio communications. The creation of the 4G network is linked to the long-term US plans to build a full-fledged research base on the Moon in the coming years.

Mobile communications developer Nokia Bell Labs has announced that its system will be installed on the Moon in late 2022. The system will provide astronauts with reliable communication, allow remote control of lunar transport, provide real-time navigation, and high-resolution streaming.

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