TSDSI’s 5G Radio Interface Technology named as “5Gi” has cleared the rigorous processes of International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and has been approved by the SG5 of ITU as a part of Draft Recommendation M.[IMT-2020.SPECS] in its meeting held on 23rd November 2020. 5Gi, the first ever Mobile Radio Interface Technology contribution from India to become […]Continue Reading
Cloud services are becoming very important for companies and Govt agencies today. With the emergence of multiple cloud architectures and services, cloud computing interoperability and portability has become crucial. There is a growing need to support multi cloud scenarios. Interoperability is becoming imperative to support data exchange and load sharing: across different Govt departments, departments […]Continue Reading
TEC (Telecom Engineering Centre), DoT, on 17 September 2020 approved TSDSI transposed oneM2M specification Release 2 as a national standard for IoT service layer. oneM2M is the global standards initiative that covers requirements, architecture, API specifications, security solutions interoperability for Machine-to-Machine and IoT technologies. Moreover, oneM2M specifications provide a framework to support applications and services […]Continue Reading
TSDSI transposed updated radio interface specifications of 3GPP (comprising 402 specifications) for IMT-Advanced also popularly called 4G as TSDSI standard, which are also part of ITU-R Recommendations M.2012-4 As an Organizational Partner of the 3GPP, TSDSI is a co-owner of 3GPP specifications. TSDSI members have contributed during the developments of these standards at 3GPP. TSDSI, […]Continue Reading
Telecommunications Standards Development Society, India (TSDSI) joins Leading 5G Visionary Organizations in Americas, China, Europe, Japan, South Korea and Brazil for “Global 5G Event” New Delhi, India – 23 September 2020. Leading 5G visionary global organizations from the world’s regions welcomed Telecommunications Standards Development Society, India (TSDSI) as a party to the Multilateral Memorandum of […]Continue Reading
Telecommunications Standards Development Society, India (TSDSI)’s Radio Interface Technology (RIT) has qualified the step 7 of an 8 step process of ITU-R, thereby paving the way for its inclusion in the IMT-2020 specification of ITU-R as an independent technology for mobile systems which are generally referred to as 5G, at the just concluded ITU-R WP5D meeting #35e.
As a penultimate step, the description of the TSDSI technology has been included in the draft IMT-2020 specification document which is being developed and is expected to be finalised in the meetings of ITU-R WP5D to be held in October and November 2020.
TSDSI standard fulfils the requirements of affordable connectivity in rural, remote and sparsely populated areas. Enhanced cell coverage enabled by this standard, will be of great value in countries and regions that rely heavily on mobile technologies for connectivity but cannot afford dense deployment of base stations due to lack of deep fibre penetration, poor economics and challenges of geographical terrain. The International Telecommunication Union (ITU), a UN body that is setting requirements for IMT 2020 (aka 5G), had earlier adopted the Low-Mobility-Large-Cell (LMLC) use case proposed by TSDSI as a mandatory 5G requirement in 2017. Read MoreContinue Reading
This year, 17 May, World Telecommunication and Information Society Day, is being commemorated in the grim shadow of the global pandemic – COVID-19. Telecommunication and Information Technologies (ICTs) have emerged as the “core infrastructure” for running emergency and essential services, health operations and economic activities in this scenario.
This year’s theme, “Connect 2030: ICTs Read MoreContinue Reading
On the eve of TSDSI’s Roadmap Workshop, when Industry executives of leading wireless companies, Academia, Govt R&D, Verticals and Start-ups met at CDOT, Bengaluru to lay the foundation for Roadmap 2.0, the foremost thought in everyone’s mind was to leapfrog NDCP-2018 vision by looking at technologies beyond 5G. The NDCP-2018 was drafted by the government. Show MoreContinue Reading
Telecommunications Standards Development Society, India (TSDSI)’s Radio Interface Technology Proposal addressing the special requirements of affordable connectivity in Rural areas was accepted by ITU-R WP5D in Dec 2019 as a candidate technology for IMT-2020 evaluation. This technology is critical to the rapid deployment of IMT-2020 in rural and remote, sparsely populated areas. This proposal has satisfied all the qualifying criteria for the IMT-2020 Technical performance requirements at ITU in the recently concluded meeting of ITU-R WP5D held in Geneva in February 2020. TSDSI RIT technology has the potential to make a significant impact in various countries that are confronted with challenges of providing broadband wireless coverage in rural, sparsely populated and security-wise vulnerable areas. More countries have joined in supporting TSDSI’s standard as it addresses their regional needs from a 5G standpoint.
The International Telecommunication Union (ITU), an UN body that is setting requirements for IMT 2020 (aka 5G), had earlier adopted the so-called Low-Mobility-Large-Cell (LMLC) use case as a mandatory 5G requirement in 2017. This requirement was adopted by ITU mainly as a result of sustained effort by Indian Government (DOT) and TSDSI to address the unique Indian rural broadband deployment scenario. This test case addresses the problem of rural coverage by mandating large cell sizes in a rural terrain and scattered areas in developing as well as developed countries. Several countries supported this as they saw a Show moreContinue Reading