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|Title:||TELECOMMUNICATION IN INDIA - PRESENT AND FUTURE|
|Authors:||Singh, Anand Kumar|
|Keywords:||ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING;TELECOMMUNICATION;INDIA - PRESENT AND FUTURE;TELECOMMUNICATION NETWORK|
|Abstract:||ROLE OF TELECOMMUNICATION Telecommunication network for a country is as important as the nervous system for the human being. In the present 'INFORMATION AGE', it is an essential infrastructure for growth of economy, trade and commerce in any country and is a prime source of cultural enrichment. It is not a product of growth in economy but an important input which engineers such a growth. Telecommunication in long run is a prime mover of growth and source of prosperity. It is characterized by continual change and development. The growth of telecommunication in India will be governed to a large extent by rapid changes in social and economic spheres and by the accelerated pace of technological changes as evident world over. Studies carried out by ITU as shown in Fig. 1.1 show that the economic strength of any nation in terms of GDP bears a near proportionality to the telephone penetration in the country. Present day telecommunication is not restricted to voice telephony alone. Telecom network today support a wide variety of telecom services which range from voice, data, video to ISDN based services. Telecom services and networks can today be profitably utilized by other sectors notably education, health and services like banking, insurance etc. The rapid development of telecom has been like a revolution whose soaring wings have fanned growth in practically every sector of society....|
|Research Supervisor/ Guide:||Chakravorty, S.|
|Appears in Collections:||MASTERS' THESES (E & C)|
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