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1 International Telecommunication Union New Delhi, India, December 2011 ITU Workshop on Standards and Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Issues Arun Golas DDG (T&A) TEC Standardisation in India

2 International Telecommunication Union New Delhi, India, December 2011 Agenda Standardisation in India Role of Government Current Position Future developments

3 International Telecommunication Union New Delhi, India, December 2011 Standards What is a standard? Requirements of user Actual requirement for the intended purpose Quality Quantity Safety & Security Is cost the decisive factor? Do we bother about quality? Quality is commensurate with cost

4 International Telecommunication Union New Delhi, India, December 2011 Need for Standards Ensure conformance to desired requirements Ensure quality Ensure Repeatability for Manufacturer User No compromise, even unknowingly or unwittingly, with Personal safety Personal security Pocket

5 International Telecommunication Union New Delhi, India, December 2011 Necessity of standards for telecom devices? Can never be a stand-alone device Have to interwork with other devices Must follow pre-defined protocols for any service or application Conformance for Performance Interoperability EMI/EMC/EMF Safety Security Health No necessity of legislation, as standardisation is the only way to ensure performance

6 International Telecommunication Union New Delhi, India, December 2011 Standardisation in India Creation of National Standards Harmonisation of International Standards Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) All products, except telecom Telecom Engineering Centre (TEC) All telecom products Telecom arm of DoT, and represents Government of India in international telecom bodies Formulates technical requirements Tests and certifies telecom products, interfaces, and networks

7 International Telecommunication Union New Delhi, India, December 2011 Application of Standards No checks for conformance to standards No mandatory certification before induction in telecom network Products may not conform to all the desired specifications May not interwork properly May cause harm to other equipment or user Standardisation promotes, and does not hinder development in telecom Market is mature now

8 International Telecommunication Union New Delhi, India, December 2011 Mandatory Certification All telecom equipment to be tested and certified before induction in Indian telecom network Minimum parameters to be tested – conformance to standards, user and network safety, and integrity Changes in Telegraph Rules and Licenses to implement the scheme Testing by Conformance Assessment Bodies (CAB) Certification by Certification Body (CB) – TEC Use of Certifying Logo Surveillance

9 International Telecommunication Union New Delhi, India, December 2011 Way Forward for Development of Standards Motivate stakeholders (R&D centres, manufacturers, service providers, academia, users, etc.) to collaborate and channelize R&D activities for development of standards/IPRs for new products and services Involve all academia and R&D centres for telecom products and services Motivate stakeholders to participate in developmental process of standards in national and international forums Participate in National Working Group (NWG) meetings to agree upon national stance on a particular standard Participate in International Forums, like ITU, to project national standard

10 International Telecommunication Union New Delhi, India, December 2011 Establishment of SDO Establish a national telecom Standards Development Organisation, to focus especially on the country-specific requirements. Draw synergy of all the stakeholders, viz., R&D centres, manufacturers, service providers, academia, users, etc. Evolve methodologies for transfer-of- technology, manufacture and commercialisation of new products and services, for generation of revenue for survival of the entire process. Evolve suitable mechanism for handling IPRs, without stifling the growth.

11 International Telecommunication Union New Delhi, India, December 2011 Development of new Standards and Products Research on a new product or service, based on new specifications Develop prototype Lab testing for conformance, performance, interoperability, etc. Field trial and validation File IPR Validate the new specifications as new standards – TEC Followed by Manufacturing Commercialisation Deployment

12 International Telecommunication Union New Delhi, India, December 2011 Conclusion Communication Anyone Anytime Anywhere Any Screen Conformance to all protocols is essential Standardisation is essential

13 International Telecommunication Union New Delhi, India, December 2011 Thank you


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