3g Service Assignment

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TERM PAPER ON 3G SPECTRUM AMITY UNIVERSITY UTTAR PRADESH GAUTAM BUDDHA NAGAR submitted to AMITY SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY

Guided By: Submitted By:
Ms. Divya Sharma Lakha Singh
Assistant Professor A2345913017
CSE Department 3CSE evening
ASET

DECLARATION
I Lakha Singh student
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People want faster data access , more information , more knowledge and multimedia through their smart mobile phones. 3G technology provides this opportunity to give life to this dream.
INDIA lunch first 3G mobile service by JUNE 2007.

FIRST 3G SPECTRUM INTRODUCED:
3G on a large commercial scale was first introduce in Japan. In 2005, 3G network had 40 per cent of subscribers. During 2006, it is expected that subscribers would take a step ahead from 2G to 3G and move to the next 3.5 level.
Video telephony was the killer application for 3G networks as concluded from the success of 3G in Japan. The biggest draw in 3G services was the music downloading.

WHY ADOPT 3G

3G DIFFERENT FROM 2G AND 4G:
1G network is analog, 2G is digital and 3G technology is used to enhance mobile phone standards.
3G simultaneously transfer non-voice data (information download, e-mail, messaging) and voice data (telephone call). Main feature of 3G is video telephony. 4G is to be the future standard of wireless devices.
4G communication testing is being currently conducted by Japanese company NTT DoCoMo and
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ISSUES ON 3G ISSUES REGARDING 3G PRICING:
Pricing has been matter of concern. In Europe, Spectrum auctions ran into billions of euros. Spectrum licensing fees were collected before the 3G services were develoe in Europe. Building of 3G networks require huge investment.
As for national IT infrastructure development spectrum licensing fees were not introduced in Japan and South Korea.

PRICE ISSUES IN INDIA:
TRAI’s base price is welcomed by Tatas at Rs 1400 crore (Rs14 billion) for nation-wide services, rest find this price very high.
The expected price by Bharti-Airtel is Rs 300- 400 crore (Rs 3-4 billion). For telecom companies in India the reserve price is disincentive. For rural penetration, Bharti appealed to lower the price.
No comments are given by the Cellular Operators Association of India and The Association of Unified Service Providers of India as TRAI’s recommendation are being studied by them. -
TRAI’s chairman Nripendra Misra said that there is nothing to worry about bid exorbitantly and derail the auction. He said operators had matured from global developments and from their experiences and would bid

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