How to become a telecommunications engineer
Design, construct, install and support telecommunications equipment, facilities, systems, and operations.
What does a telecommunications engineer do?
Duties and tasks
- Coordinate labour and manpower on construction sites
- Determine appropriate site location and viability for various projects
- Determine cost efficiency of various projects
- Organise and implementing plans for the locations of circuit-breakers, transmission lines, cables, and other equipment
- Plan, design, and build telecommunications equipment
- Provide support for installed telecommunications equipment by analysing the need for updates, enhancements, and repair
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