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J. Bitinas ; Dept. of Strategy & Technol., Minist. of Telecommun. & Inf., Vilnius, Lithuania

According to Lithuania's Master Plan, further development of the country's telecommunications infrastructure must be concentrated on modern digital technology, most of it produced in Western countries. The Master Plan is divided into three parts. First, it is a short term plan that covers the development of telecommunication systems with high priority, and covers the period through the end of 1997. Another goal stated in the Master Plan is to have 48 main lines per 100 inhabitants by the year 2005. In addition, the Ministry decided to issue one license for operating a national paging network in 1995. This network must cover most of Lithuania. The number of licenses for local paging networks will not be limited

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IEEE Communications Magazine  (Volume:33 ,  Issue: 7 )