March 23, 2009 at 6:02 am Leave a comment

About Telecom

So,what is the connection between Alexander Graham Bell and IT and what is this thing called ‘telecom’?

Telecommunications means the exchange of information over a distance, which may be as short as 10 feet or as long as 10,000 miles.

Telecommunications and computer equipment are linked for voice, text, image, data, and video transmission. Examples of such transmissions include calling from one phone location to another, sending data from computer to computer over phone lines or cables, relaying documents over facsimile machines, teleconferencing, sending voice and electronic mail, and transmitting cable television signals.

What are the Careers in Telecom?

You can work as a telecommunications analyst who is responsible for analysing, evaluating, and maintaining a company’s telecommunications systems equipment; modifying telecommunications systems to improve their efficiency; and coordinating the planning and implementation of new telecommunications systems. A telecommunications analyst may be responsible for the entire network or a part of it.

Am I up to it?

What should your traits be? Take a look…

  • Think logically — use step-by-step procedures to analyse/solve problems.

  • Rate information by personal judgement/standards that can be measured.

  • Perform arithmetic operations quickly and accurately.

  • See flat drawings or pictures as solid objects.

What does a Telecom Analyst do?

  • Repair the malfunctioning telecommunications system of a company.

  • Analyse telecommunications requirements and recommend equipment and systems configurations.

  • Review and analyse the phone system/data communications equipment costs; long distance transmission costs; and volume of phone/data related calls.

  • Coordinate the installation and implementation of telecommunications equipment.

  • Test the hardware/software of new telecommunications system.


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