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, Energy Efficiency and Security Study Groups. Technical Leaders for the new Study groups were elected on 17th August, 2017. The new Leaders are:
|Study Group||Chair||Vice Chair|
|Networks||Mr Satish Jamadagni||Mr Jishnu Aravindakshan|
|Services and Solutions||Mr Akhilesh Srivastava||Mr Mangesh Ingale|
A meeting of outgoing and new Leaders was held on 4th September, 2017 to facilitate smooth transition. The
groups held their first meeting on October 30-31, 2017 in Bengaluru. Discussion on Terms of Reference and review of technical activities carried over from previous groups were the main topics of deliberation at this meeting.
A draft standard on CPRI Fronthaul Transport was approved by the erstwhile Optical Access and Transport Study Group in August 2017 and is being taken up for further steps towards approval as a standard.
TSDSI has undertaken transposition of 3GPP Specifications (select documents from Release 10 to 13) and oneM2M Rel 2 specifications. These are progressing towards closure.
Transposition of 3GPP Specification 23.038 Rel 14 has been recommended for 7 bit encoding to optimize on air efficiency (WI1-SI45: visit https://goo.gl/4EMVZ2) for Indian Languages. A work item (WI1-SI44: visit https://goo.gl/hzmCdh) on standardization of 12 key keypads and QWERTY keyboards for Indic Languages has been initiated.
New Technical Item Proposal (NIP 165: visit https://goo.gl/ieEymb) to study changes required in Regulatory Framework for commercial adoption of UE Power Class 2 in Band 40 devices has been raised.
Identify changes required to support Carrier Aggregation in 400kHz NB-IoT channels.
Specify eMBMS transmission in Non Standalone (NSA) mode for New Radio (NR).
A new Work Item has been created for developing RIT/SRIT for IMT2020.
Other technical activities carried out include study on Relay enhancements to improve wireless backhaul performance (WI1-SI10: visit https://goo.gl/YJDNW2) and Open X2 interface specification development (WI1-SI13: visit https://goo.gl/SajdHa).
Metrics (Snapshot of Technical Activities):
|Technical Group||Networks Study Group||Services & Solutions Study Group|
|Total No. of Technical
|No. of Technical
Reports in Draft
|Total No. of
|No. of Standards in Draft||296||27|