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The telecom department releases the spectrum regulatory sandbox policy framework


<p>The telecom minister, Ashwini Vaishnaw, introduced a policy framework for spectrum regulatory sandboxes in an effort to foster innovation in the technology industry. In accordance with the framework, colleges and students may use an online portal to request clearance from the Department of Telecommunications (DoT).</p>
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<p>Speaking at the opening ceremony of the World Telecommunication Standardization Assembly (WTSA) and the India Mobile Congress (2024), Vaishnaw also mentioned that the Department of Telecoms (DoT) had eliminated the requirement that licensees obtain a Wireless Operating License (WOL) under section 4 of the Indian Telegraph Act of 1885.</p>
<p>This eliminates the need for licensees under section 4 of the Indian Telegraph Act, 1885, to obtain a separate Wireless Operating License (WoL). Establishing, maintaining, and running telecommunications systems—including those that make use of radio equipment—no longer requires a WoL. The regulatory sandbox will allow us to provide extremely simple permissions via portals. Permissions may be obtained more quickly by applying via the centralized Saral Sanchar Portal, according to Vaishnaw.</p>
<p>Speaking about the eighth edition of the IMC, which will take place in October, the minister stated that in addition to 6G and 5G use-case showcases, cloud & edge computing, IoT, semiconductors, cybersecurity, green technology, satcom, and electronics manufacturing, this year’s IMC will place a significant emphasis on artificial intelligence, quantum technology, and circular economy.</p>
<p>Over 350 exhibitors and 150,000 guests are anticipated at the IMC and ITU conferences.</p>
<p>The DoT and Swedish telecom equipment manufacturer Ericsson inked a Memorandum of Understanding to provide authorized 5G training at the event. By strengthening capacity building and skill development in the 100 5G use case laboratories, the partnership hopes to empower academic institutions to assist staff members and students in the creation of cutting-edge 5G products and use cases.</p>
<p>PM to establish chip projects in Guj and Assam</p>
<p>NEW DELHI: On March 13, 2024, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will lay the cornerstone for three semiconductor plants in Gujarat and Assam. The establishment of a fabrication plant in the nation has been announced by both Tata Electronics Pvt Ltd and Powerchip Semiconductor Manufacturing Corporation (PSMC), a Taiwanese corporation. Furthermore, the establishment of two ATMP units—one in Gujarat Dholera and the other in Assam—was permitted by the government.</p>


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