TEC invites public comments for adoption of TSDSI transposed standards for 3GPP Release-15

TEC releases new consultation paper seeking public comments on adoption of TSDSI transposed standards for 3GPP Release-15.

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The Telecommunications Engineering Centre (TEC) has invited public comments for the adoption of TSDSI transposed standards for 3GPP Release-15 into national standards. Telecom Standards Advisory Committee (TSAC), TEC decided to initiate the process of adoption in its meeting held on 23rd July 2021. TEC has invited public comments on the technical content of the consultation paper only or the amendments affecting the technical content of the standard.

The paper includes various aspects such as User Equipment (UE) radio transmission and reception, Base Station (BS) radio transmission and reception, FDD repeater radio transmission, and reception, LTE physical layer, LTE Positioning Protocol (LPP), AND LTE-WLAN Aggregation Adaptation Protocol (LWAAP) specification among others in Evolved Universal Terrestrial Radio Access Network (E-UTRAN).

TEC has additionally extended the last date for seeking public comments adoption of TSDSI transposed Standards of oneM2M Release 3 into National Standards by Telecommunications Engineering Centre (TEC). The last date for submitting public comments now stands extended upto 15th August 2021. TEC recently started the process of setting up the CPE & TL lab at TEC, New Delhi for testing and certification of telecom devices in India itself. 

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