TSDSI’s Initial Proposal on candidate RIT/SRIT for IMT 2020 Accepted

TSDSI’s Initial Description Template for RIT/SRIT for IMT-2020 accepted in ITU-R SG5 WP 5D meeting in Cancun, Mexico TSDSI is delighted to announce that our initial proposal on candidate Radio Interface technology (RIT/SRIT) for IMT 2020 technologies, related to improving coverage and spectral efficiency performance, has been accepted in the WP 5D meeting #30 held […]

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TSDSI and 5GIA sign an MoU

Telecommunications Standards Development Society, India (TSDSI) and the 5G Infrastructure Association (5G IA) signed a Memorandum of Understanding to foster collaboration on Research, Standards, Regulations and Policies over the next 3 years at Brussels on May 2 Telecom SDO and 5G Infrastructure Association, representing the European industry in the 5G-PPP Research Programme, have signed a […]

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TSDSI GC member selected as 3GPP WG Chair

TSDSI is proud to announce that Mr. Suresh Chitturi, TSDSI Governing Council member, Director for Standards at the Samsung Research Institute in Bangalore, has recently been elected as new Chairman of the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) Service and System Aspect 6 (SA6) Working Group. Suresh also chairs the TSDSI Roadmap Committee at TSDSI. The […]

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Pre-standardization activities in 2017

Standardization Roadmap Standardization Roadmap Committee, formed by the GC, is working with members and external stakeholders to create TSDSI’s Standardization Roadmap. The committee conducted the 2nd Standardization Roadmap Workshop in New Delhi on 18th August, 2017. Six external Stakeholders made presentations at this workshop. These along with seven concept notes submitted by members were discussed at […]

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Standardization Activities

The Technical activities of TSDSI have been re-organised. Two new Study groups, namely, Study Group-Networks and Study Group-Services & Solutions have been created. The activities of the erstwhile Wireless and Optical Access & Transport Study Groups have been transferred to the Study Group-Networks. Study Group-Services and Solutions has taken over activities of the older Services, […]

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