Setting Up a Low Cost Sustainable Telecommunication Infrastructure for Rural Communications in Developing Countries

@article{Krishna2015SettingUA,
  title={Setting Up a Low Cost Sustainable Telecommunication Infrastructure for Rural Communications in Developing Countries},
  author={Ram Krishna and Ravinder Ambardar and Sundaram Chandran},
  journal={Journal of green engineering},
  year={2015},
  volume={5},
  pages={49-72}
}
This paper provides information on Government of India initiative to provide Broadband services to Rural India. In the absence of reliable grid supply in rural areas, deployment of alternate power system plays major role to power the Broadband systems deployed in rural areas. Service expansion requires fast site setup and low power consumption. This is being challenged by site acquisition and construction issues because of inconvenient access to many rural areas and energy supply that is often… 
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