New Delhi: India has a problem with its radio communications network.
In the tropics, a signal quality is critical to keeping satellites and communication systems functioning properly.
But the problem is getting worse in many parts of the country.
India has the world’s second-highest number of mobile phone subscribers, after the United States.
A lack of radio spectrum is making it hard to bring in new satellites and to upgrade old ones.
And India has to deal with the fact that most satellites in orbit are still in service for years, and it’s impossible to upgrade them.
But the country is also getting more efficient.
India has become one of the fastest-growing economies in Asia.
That has led to more people working abroad.
So, India has the potential to expand its radio system.
But some experts say that a lack of radios in the country could lead to more problems.
This article is part of a series on the challenges facing India’s telecommunications sector.
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