Profession communication infrastructure maintainer
Communication infrastructure maintainers install, repair, run and maintain infrastructure for communication systems.
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- ICT networking hardware
The ICT network equipment or computer networking devices, such as UPS systems, electrical systems, networking facilities and structured cabling systems.
- Procurement of ICT network equipment
The products available from network equipment providers and methods for selecting and procuring the equipment.
- Concepts of telecommunications
The telecommunication principles, theories, models, equipment and processes such as transfer rate, bandwidth, signal-to-noise ratio, bit error ratio and C/N ratio, as well as the effect of the qualities of the transmission path on the operation and quality of telecommunications.
- ICT communications protocols
The system of rules which allow the exchange of information between computers or other devices via computer networks.
- ICT network cable limitations
The limitations, such as distance limitations and resistance of types of cables, such as fibre cable, coax cable and ethernet cable which are used for realising networks.
- ICT network security risks
The security risk factors, such as hardware and software components, devices, interfaces and policies in ICT networks, risk assessment techniques that can be applied to assess the severity and the consequences of security threats and contingency plans for each security risk factor.
- ICT network routing
The processes and techniques for choosing the best paths within an ICT network through which a packet can travel.
- Telecommunication trunking
The method of providing network access to many clients while keeping smaller number of connection components by grouping and sharing connection circuits and frequencies.
- Install low voltage wiring
Plan, deploy, troubleshoot and test low voltage wiring.
- Assess telecommunication infrastructure issues
Evaluate problems in telecommunication infrastructure by using specialised methods, applications and tools to find weaknesses and stress points in a network and elements of the infrastructure regarding aspects such as electronics, power supply and temperature.
- Provide technical documentation
Prepare documentation for existing and upcoming products or services, describing their functionality and composition in such a way that it is understandable for a wide audience without technical background and compliant with defined requirements and standards. Keep documentation up to date.
- Operate digging construction equipment
Operate and use construction equipment, such as digger derricks, backhoes, track hoes, front-end loaders, trenchers, or cable ploughs.
- Monitor communication channels' performance
Search for possible faults. Perform visual checks. Analyse system indicators and use diagnostic devices.
- Install electronic communication equipment
Set up and deploy digital and analogue electronic communications. Understand electronic diagrams and equipment specifications.