Diploma in Telecom Engineering (Technology, Technician)

  • by pdilms
  • Course level: Intermediate

Description

What is Telecommunications Engineering?

Telecommunications permeate and infiltrate every aspect of 21st-century life, from the traditional telephone in the corner to the wireless Internet, and GPS navigation systems. Telecommunications engineering is also called information engineering which focuses on the development, maintenance and design of data and voice communications systems. This includes optical fibre, wired connections, satellite and encryption, encoding & compression of data.

Gone are the days when you used to complain that the Blackberry is old, 3G is dead, torrent downloads take too long. It is the world of 4G. Cutting edge developments are constantly occurring throughout the world of telecommunications.
The basic functionalities of Telecoms engineering

The ability to administer routers, gateways, switches and oversee telecom infrastructure like the WAN (wide-area network) and LAN (local area network), as well as wireless LANs.
Cabling skills, including familiarity with cabling standards as well as maintaining the National Electric Code.
The engineers are well known for their documentation practices. When networks are designed and applied, employers want engineers who can accurately and clearly document architectures, functionalities, and other details of telecom infrastructure and its software. It must be done, in order to maintain good information exchange between clients, future upgrades, and troubleshooting.

In some cases, this documentation requires ISO standard compliance. Thus, many employers seek professionals who are proficient in their ability to provide the best documentation in the telecom industry.
Interpersonal and communication skills are handled by information engineers in Sydney. Many engineering positions include serving as a liaison between different business segments and even with individual customers. In many cases, telecom engineers, particularly in enterprises are hired for delivering the best customer care service.

If you are looking for cross-platform telecom systems skills, then telecom engineers are the best men available in the market. While some telecom engineers focus only on one aspect of the network, others prefer seeking broader expertise like supporting VoIP and telephone networks as well as cellular services. It requires familiarity with a wide range of devices and equipment.
The engineers have the ability to ensure the standard quality of the service features. This service can be implied only after broad knowledge of networking protocols and telecom services, as well as implementation practices.

Topics for this course

16 Lessons

Module 1

Introduction to Telecommunication
Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering
Fundamentals of Computer Engineering
Applied Physics
Calculus
Introduction Quiz
Assignments

Module 2

Module 3

Course Related Books

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