India does not want to miss the 6G bus. The Telecommunications Standards Development Society, India (TSDSI) Wednesday said it submitted its 6G vision with the ITU Radiocommunication Sector (ITU-R) to drive the direction of 6G technologies as part of the vision for IMT-2030.
TSDSI said that as part of its 6G journey, it will "steer research in India to serve the above goals" and "continue engagement with global standard bodies for harmonisation of efforts".
In its submission, TSDSIsaid it should be a technology that aids the development of a ubiquitous intelligent mobile connected society, bridge the digital divide with affordability, support technologies for personalisation and localisation of services as well as focus on data protection management.
According to TSDSI, there might be a proliferation of various community varieties comparable to the public, personal, enterprise/industrial wi-fi networks, application-specific specialised networks, IoT/sensor networks, and these may be based mostly on a number of radio entry applied sciences.
Interoperability of those applied sciences might be vital, it mentioned, to allow a ubiquitous clever, linked/computing setting, the place various networks, processes, purposes, use circumstances, and organisations are linked.
ITU-R has initiated work on developing a recommendation on a vision for IMT for 2030 and beyond and the draft document has been named “ITU-R M. [IMT.VISION 2030 and BEYOND]”.
TSDSI began deliberations in this area through an introductory workshop on “Telecom Technologies for the Next Decade” on 29th January 2020. A Study on use cases, requirements, and technologies towards 6G are currently in progress in the Networks Study Group of TSDSI.