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Consultation Paper on Allocation of Spectrum Resources (2011)

Consultation Paper on Allocation of Spectrum Resources (2011)

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Indian telecom regulator Monday released a consultation paper on Allocation of Spectrum Resources for Residential and Enterprise Intratelecommunication Requirements/ cordless telecommunications system.
Indian telecom regulator Monday released a consultation paper on Allocation of Spectrum Resources for Residential and Enterprise Intratelecommunication Requirements/ cordless telecommunications system.

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12/26/2011

 
 
Consultation Paper No. 9/2011
Telecom Regulatory Authority of India
Consultation PaperonAllocation of Spectrum Resources for Residential and EnterpriseIntra-telecommunication Requirements/ cordlesstelecommunications system (CTS)
New Delhi: 26
th
December, 2011 
 
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TITLEPAGE NO.
INTRODUCTION
 
1
CHAPTER I International Practices in Allocations of Spectrum Resources for Cordless TelecommunicationsSystem (CTS)
6
CHAPTER II Indian Scene and Issues on Cordless Telecommunications System
14
CHAPTER III Issues for Consultation
23
List of Abbreviations Used
25
 
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Preface
During the recent times, indoor Telecommunications requirements interms of Cordless telephone and wireless private branch exchange (PBX)applications for domestic and/ or enterprise usages have increased many foldsincluding the demand for Wireless Local Area Network (LAN) in domestic andenterprise solutions. Wireless solutions are most widely used worldwide forextending the concept of home networking into the area of mobile devices aroundthe home.In the last decade, the progress in the field of mobile telecommunicationshas transformed the landscape of India’s Telecom Network significantly.However, similar growth has not been observed in Residential and EnterpriseIntra-telecommunication / cordless telecommunication system (CTS) in thecountry. The Intra-telecommunication requirements for residential and largeenterprises are available only through wired PABXs options. Presently majority of  wireless based PABX solutions available in the Indian market operate in 2.4 GHzde-licensed ISM band.DECT Forum, India had requested TRAI for allocations of Spectrum forIntra-Telecommunication requirements of residential and enterprise. On 19
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 February, 2010 TRAI issued a “Request for Comments” for seeking thecomments of various stakeholders. The comments received from thestakeholders had been posted on TRAI’s website. This consultation paper hasbeen prepared based on the comments received and the prevailing internationalpractices,. It discusses the current allocation of spectrum for CTS, itsrequirement for allocation of additional spectrum, possibility of delicensing of 1880-1900 or 1910-1920 MHz band for low power CTS applications and itscoexistence issues with adjacent GSM band.Written comments on the issues raised in this consultation paper areinvited from the stakeholders by 31
st
January, 2012 and counter-comments onthe comments by 10
th
February, 2012. The comments and counter-commentsmay be sent, preferably in electronic form, to Shri Sudhir Gupta, Pr. Advisor

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