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Re: Telecommunications Professionals Zone by Crespodinho: 11:19pm On Oct 22, 2018
Finally I came across this thread. I'm a graduate of Electrical Electronics Engineering, I did IT with an ISP for 6months then but I'm looking forward to broaden my horizon before I go for Nysc anyone who can help me out here? I'd be glad I really want to learn but the places I go I get turned down.
Re: Telecommunications Professionals Zone by baba11(m): 2:17pm On Oct 25, 2018
Finally, I'm here.
Re: Telecommunications Professionals Zone by baba11(m): 10:30am On Oct 27, 2018
McTobe:
do u HV experience of doing TSS work before. if u have pm me
You mean Ericsson TSS or huawei TSS which makes us of the ISDP app
Re: Telecommunications Professionals Zone by baba11(m): 10:46am On Oct 27, 2018
Kilbane:
I like that there are many telecom enthusiasts on this platform. My advice is to try get experience as a field transmission engineer. Attach yourself to a field engineer you find. They aren't difficult to come by. Simply hang around a basestation of a telecom provider you prefer to work with and see if you can relate to someone who comes to work. Show him how desperate you are and willing to work. Over my years, I've seen graduates who want to get trained but yet, are pressing phone when they ought to be asking questions or volunteering to do something like to pass cables. Be humble and patient. Whenever there is an opening, the engineer training you will be more than willing to recommend you because just like you, that's most likely how he started.

For what its worth, download installation and maintenance manuals for the following popular enterprise radios used by telcos: Cambridge Vecta Star, Intracom, Huawei RTN, Ericsson Traffic Node, Aviat Truepoint, Aviat INUe, Ceragon, etc

For ISPs, download materials for popular unlicenced radios (Ubiquity products, Cisco wireless, etc).

Also get Cisco packet tracer and start configuring Linksys routers, and Cisco devices with the simulator. Build small networks and graduate to more complex ones, etc. It won't hurt to download Cisco configuration guides. Its largely the same for all Cisco devices.
Exactly my bro. If you have any link to download all the materials, kindly provide them.

In addendum, as a transmission engineer, two trainees was attached to me this week for the installation of the LTE 700. I supposed to call my rigger but I thought, what would four of us be doing on site!? And I make do with my trainees.(they slow down my work). On second day, One of them ran away on flimsy excuse even my friends that had told me about any job openings in my coy,i couldn't call them for them to be accepted as a trainee because I know they're not committed.( Though, they already recruited, they would still listen to me because I'm known to be tough, committed and ready to work always)

One thing about this field is that it's the passion that will keep you going. Imagine getting ref by 5:00pm on Monday, we couldn't do much except to pack our MAterials inside, Tuesday, we do the the normal work. Continuation on Wednesday. We'll still have to do rsv and sign our job book.

To exceed in this feed, you must be committed and have passion for it. If you come because of money, at an early stage, you'll be frustrated..

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Re: Telecommunications Professionals Zone by EyeTaspirant: 7:20pm On Feb 08
baba11:

Exactly my bro. If you have any link to download all the materials, kindly provide them.

In addendum, as a transmission engineer, two trainees was attached to me this week for the installation of the LTE 700. I supposed to call my rigger but I thought, what would four of us be doing on site!? And I make do with my trainees.(they slow down my work). On second day, One of them ran away on flimsy excuse even my friends that had told me about any job openings in my coy,i couldn't call them for them to be accepted as a trainee because I know they're not committed.( Though, they already recruited, they would still listen to me because I'm known to be tough, committed and ready to work always)

One thing about this field is that it's the passion that will keep you going. Imagine getting ref by 5:00pm on Monday, we couldn't do much except to pack our MAterials inside, Tuesday, we do the the normal work. Continuation on Wednesday. We'll still have to do rsv and sign our job book.

To exceed in this feed, you must be committed and have passion for it. If you come because of money, at an early stage, you'll be frustrated..
Well said sir.
I have the passion and I just need an opportunity to marry with my passion.
Can you be of help to me in any way?
I'm willing to attach myself with someone to get the skills and experience
Re: Telecommunications Professionals Zone by EyeTaspirant: 2:36pm On Feb 23
Please, do me this favour. I am HIGHLY interested. please send to me monaconcepts@gmail.com
McTobe:
I don't usually do dis but I can send u a good free material to help u start with. dis is a material I paid 120k for the hands on training.

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