Approximately the urban is 27% and the total number of town is less than 51100 which constitutes a population of less than 100 k. Again, the number of villages is less than 550k that supports less than 5k population. In 2010, the density of telecom sector was 9.5 and 35%. The number of broadband projection was 3 million in the year 2005 and 9 million in 2007. Cable tv connection is almost 60 millions among which 14.5 million comes from the rural areas.
Administrations and government provide for:
Social role standards
Settlement of disputes
Features of broadband technologies:
A good role of the operators of VSAT
Implementation of satellite connections for inaccessible regions
Fro rolling out of broadband a strong wireless connection is considered
Due to the limited quantity of copper loop DSL there is a low teledensity
Wireless technology scenario:
Wireless kiosks help in shows sales and temporary events
Limited mobility on the basis of CDMA, CDMA -1x
Access the wifi connections
Discussion for 3G services
FWT terminals- 3 millions
Management of frequency that is used by applications requires less spectrum than it is originally required due to the advancement in technologies and dynamic provision.
Re-farming of spectrum
Wide use oftools devised out of spectrum management
Use of optimum sprectrum
Growth of services as well as subscribers
There is a need of standard nd regulation for intellectual rights of property, privacy and securirity.
Effective technological challenges
In 2015 te telecom neytworks security will get high importance due to the growth of the traffic. There are still various reasons in the rural regions that provide hindrance in the communication process but with time the number of such areas will progressively reduce.
Different environmental conditions
Problem of power supply and topologies
No maintenance of the systems
Limited service areas
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