Telecommunication Resume Writing Tips


Most of the Telecommunication Companies HR all over the world recommend the below format of Resume:
 
Name
Address
Contact Information
Experience Summary:
Write down what your job title is and the types of tasks you have performed. Include any intangibles such as your computer skills, communications skills, supervisory and leadership skills, etc.

Skills Summary:

Write down the specific products and/or technologies you have experience working on.

Work History:
(List your jobs in reverse chronological order starting with your most recent position. Make sure you include dates of employment).

Company Name (if it was a staffing company put the client name then “Contractor” in parenthesis.
Job Location
Job Title

Dates of Employment (Month and Year)

Be sure to list your daily responsibilities, the products you worked on and what you did with those products.
It is OK to use bullet points for each separate task.

Education
Schools attended     Degree Obtained      Dates Attended

Technical Training
Schools attended     Degree Obtained      Dates Attended

Other resume tips:
  • Make sure you resume is up to date and contains your most recent experience.
  • Make sure you use an easy to read font. (Times New Roman 10 or 12/Arial 10 or 12).
  • Use bold font in the section headers and the company/dates of employment/job title/location sections.
  • Use the same format for your job history throughout the entire resume.
  • Use the same grammatical tense throughout the entire resume.
  • USE SPELLCHECK!
Links to resume writing websites:

Primus Telecommunication (Telecom Giant in North America)

Like other industry leaders, Primus delivers high-quality solutions for more than 2.4 million consumers, including small & medium enterprises and multinational businesses. Unlike the rest, Primus takes advantage of global telecommunications deregulation. This allows Primus to bring you facilities-based networks and facilities-based datacenters for a sophisticated line of services to manage your complete E-Business and data communication needs.
Primus has ownership interests in over 23 transoceanic fiber-optic cable systems in Europe, North and South America, and the Asia-Pacific region.
For more information:Primus Telecommunication
Primus also holds Internet assets including:
  • Second-largest alternative communications company in Canada
  • Third-largest Internet Service Provider (ISP) in Australia
  • Fourth-largest full service carrier in Australia
  • Fifth-largest ISP in Canada
  • Fifth-largest independent ISP in Brazil
  • A leading competitive entrant in Europe
Voice Services
Primus offers a rich set of residential and business voice services:
  • Domestic and international long distance
  • International toll-free service
  • Calling cards
  • Prepaid long distance
E-Business Solutions
Primus has E-Business solutions to address your company’s communications needs and ensure your ability to meet service and cost-control objectives. Our Primus suite integrates global data and Internet services, which ride on Primus’ facilities-based assets.
Products in the Primus suite share features from product to product including security, reliability, and availability, regardless of customer locale. Your company has access to the same Web-hosting features in the US and the UK as it does in Germany or Brazil.
Additionally, Primus offers E-Business solutions to meet your bandwidth, security, and budget. The Primus suite also offers integrated billing with options for languages, currency, and media.
Primus suite services include:
  • ASP (Application Service Provider) Services
  • Dedicated T-1 and Dial-up Internet Access
  • DSL (Digital Subscriber Line)
  • Global IP Roaming   
Operating Regions
 


Asia Pacific
* Primus Australia
    * Primus Hong Kong
    * Primus India
    * Primus Japan
    * Primus Middle East
Latin America
* iPrimus Brazil
  * Primus Caribbean

North America
    * Canada
    *Primus Canada

    * United States
          o Lingo
          o Primus Agent Channel

Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA)

 
The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) is the leading trade association representing the global information and communications technology (ICT) industries through standards development, government affairs, business opportunities, market intelligence, certification and world-wide environmental regulatory compliance. With support from its 600 members, TIA enhances the business environment for companies involved in telecommunications, broadband, mobile wireless, information technology, networks, cable, satellite, unified communications, emergency communications and the greening of technology. TIA is accredited by ANSI.
In 1924, a small group of suppliers to the independent telephone industry organized to plan an industry trade show. Later, that group became a committee of the United States Independent Telephone Association. In 1979, the group split off as a separate affiliated association, the United States Telecommunications Suppliers Association, and became one of the world's premier organizers of telecom exhibitions and seminars. TIA was formed in April 1988 after a merger of USTSA and the Information and Telecommunications Technologies Group of EIA. EIA began as the Radio Manufacturers Association in 1924.

Since 1988, TIA has advocated numerous policy issues for the benefit of its members, has sponsored engineering committees that set standards determining the pace of development in the industry, has provided a marketplace for members and their customers, and has served as a forum for the examination of industry issues and industry information. In the fall of 2000, the MultiMedia Telecommunications Association (MMTA) was integrated into TIA.
          o TIA represents the interests of its members before Congress, U.S. agencies such as the Department of Commerce (DoC) and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), international organizations such as the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC), foreign governments, and many other forums where policies affecting U.S. industry are developed.
    * Members have the opportunity to participate in TIA's issue-oriented standing committees.

Telecommunication Softwares


Telecommunications software is a kind of software package that participates in the process of electronic communications, especially those that involve the transmission of audio signal. There are many different types of software designed to handle telecommunication functions in various settings, ranging from simple software that is installed and utilized by an end user, to the software that is necessary to drive the function of entire networks. Depending on the purpose of the software, it may be used to drive wireless devices as well as those used to drive fiber optic and copper wire networks.
Software not only helps to establish the connection, but also monitor the strength of the connection and trigger functions to compensate for noise on the line and thus decrease the chances of a disconnect taking place.
Least Popular Dialout
* ecu - a communications program
    * pcomm - procomm-like communications program with zmodem
    * xc - xcomm communication package
Most Popular Dialout
    * PPP dialers for getting on the internet: wvdial, eznet, chat, pon (uses chat),
    * minicom - telix-like communications program. Can work with scripts, zmodem, kermit
    * C-Kermit - portable, scriptable, serial and TCP/IP communications including file transfer, character-set translation, and zmodem support
    * seyon - X based communication program
# efax is a small fax program
# hylafax is a large fax program based on the client-server model.
# mgetty+fax handles fax stuff and login for dial-ins
Dial-in (uses getty)
    * mgetty+fax is for modems and is well documented (except for voicemail as of early 1999). It also handles fax stuff and provides an alternative to uugetty. It's incorporating voicemail (using vgetty) features. See About mgetty
    * uugetty is also for modems. It comes as a part of the ps_getty package. See About getty_ps
Network Connection
 * ser2net
    * sredird
Voicemail Software
    * vgetty is an extension to mgetty that handles voicemail for some modems. It should come with recent releases of mgetty.
    * VOCPis a "complete voice messaging" system for Linux.
Other
    * callback is where you dial out to a remote modem and then that modem hangs up and calls you back (to save on phone bills).
    * xringd listens for rings and detects inter-ring times etc.
    * SLiRP and term provide a PPP-like service that you can run in user space on a remote computer with a shell account. See term and SLiRP for more details
    * ZyXEL is a control program for ZyXEL U-1496 modems. It handles dialin, dialout, dial back security, FAXing, and voice mailbox functions.



Important Questions In a Telecommunication Entry Level Job Interview

Network Plan and Optimization Test Paper
I.             Fill in the blanks :

1.     In radio signal propagation, there are two kinds of signal fading. The fading caused by buildings shadow is called                        .The fading caused by multi-path is called                            
2.     In GSM mobile communication system, there are mainly four kinds of diversity technology: space diversity,          ,      ,        diversity.
3.                 Mainly refers to the problem of co-frequency interference arising from the time difference between master signals arriving at the receiver and other multi-path signals in terms of time for transmission in space (transmission distance).
4.     In a GSM 900 cellular BTS, its Tx band is    MHZ, and its Rx band is    MHZ; its duplex interval is    MHZ, and its Carrier Frequency interval is     KHZ , each Carrier Frequency containing       full-rate physical channels.
5.     Demodulation is actually a process to reflect the change to the transferred information about such Carrier Frequency parameters as    .
6.     Electronic map mainly includes such three subdirectories as      , which keep the information ASSET can use.
7.     In GSM specification, despite what frequency reuse pattern is applied, Carrier/Interference must satisfy following request. Co-frequency C/I     dB. Adjacent frequency C/I     dB. 400KHZ deviation C/I     dB. In engineering design,       dB more should be considered.
8.     The multiple access modes now adopted in wireless communications include     ,   , and    

Top 10 Telecom Equipment Vendor Companies In The World

Alcatel-Lucent
Alcatel-Lucent is a global telecommunications corporation, headquartered in Paris, France. It provides telecommunications solutions to service providers, enterprises and governments around the world, enabling these customers to deliver voice, data and video services. The company focuses on fixed, mobile, and converged broadband networking hardware, IP technologies, software, and services. It leverages the technical and scientific expertise of Bell Labs.



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Telecommunications Consultants

Telecommunications consultants deliver the latest in business-class voice, data, video, wireless and mobile, unified communications, contact center, data center and networking technologies.Telecommunication Consultants will help guide you throughout the process from requirement analysis to planning and design, provider selection, contract negotiation, project management, expense management and ongoing account support.
A telecommunication company hires a telecommunication consultant to minimize the cost as the telecommunication consultant has the experience and has the best idea to use the best product with a minimum cost.Pricing is an important factor in telecommunication consultancy.
In fact, telecommunications consultants have demonstrated average savings of 30% or greater for their clients. Beyond savings,telecommunication consultants will make your work life easier by providing unparalleled access to project managers, technical resources and an account support staff at no additional cost.  This ensures that you receive the resources needed to get your project completed on time and on budget.

Telecommunication Services

Telecommunication Services

Telecommunications services are a global market worth over US$ 1.5 trillion in revenue. Mobile services account for roughly 40 per cent of this, while mobile subscribers worldwide currently outnumber the use of fixed telephone lines by more than two to one. Over the past decade, the market has witnessed far-reaching changes, with the introduction of competition into a sector that was once principally a monopoly.
Commitments in telecommunications services were first made during the Uruguay Round (1986-94), mostly in value-added services. In post-Uruguay Round negotiations (1994-97), WTO members negotiated on basic telecommunications services. Since then, commitments have been made by new members, upon accession to the WTO, or unilaterally at any time.
Current commitments and exemptions:
A total of 108 WTO members have made commitments to facilitate trade in telecommunications services. This includes the establishment of new telecoms companies, foreign direct investment in existing companies and cross-border transmission of telecoms services. Out of this total, 99 members have committed to extend competition in basic telecommunications (e.g. fixed and mobile telephony, real-time data transmission, and the sale of leased-circuit capacity). In addition, 82 WTO members have committed to the regulatory principles spelled out in the “Reference Paper”, a blueprint for sector reform that largely reflects “best practice” in telecoms regulation.

Hidden Code List of Nokia Cell phone

 
Here’s a list of some useful hidden codes for the NOKIA cell phone users. Some codes are useful to get lots of hidden information about your cell phone like- IMEI no, Firmware version etc. and some helps to enhance inbuild features like sound, pictures, videos etc. Some codes are universal that works with every model but some works with particular model. To use any codes simply type the code on the main screen and dial. Check all the following:
*#06# ====>> To know the IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) code
*#67705646# ====>> To clear the operator logo
*#92702689# ====>> To know the phone’s release date from factory.
*3370# ====>> To activate the Enhanced Full Rate Codec (EFR) for best sound quality but talk
time will be reduced.
#3370# ====>> To deactivate the EFR
*#4720# ====>> To activate Half Rate Codec, will decrease the sound quality but talk time will increase.
*#4720* ====>> To deactivate the Half Rate Codec
*#0000# ====>> To Display the phone’s software version.
*#9999# ====>> To display the phone’s software version (If *#0000# is not work)
*#92702689# ====>> This code will give you a menu to get information like- Serial number, date of manufacture, date of last repair, Life timer since last start.
*#2820# ====>> To show Bluetooth Device address in case of bluetooth connectivity problem
*#73# ====>> Reset the phone’s timers and all games scores.
*#2640# ====>> To display phone’s security code in use.
Default security code is ====>> 12345
*#7780# ====>> Restore the factory setting, this will help in major problems while experimenting with phones, this will bring you to the default factory setting.

Additional Features of 3G Phones

Image: BlackBerry Bold 9000

A 3G phone must be better than a 2G (GSM or CDMA) phone, right? Yes, 3G phones have the same features as 2G phones, plus plenty of new functionality, such as the capability to play videos, show live TV, play MP3 music, access email, display a live video conference with a friend, send and receive megapixel digital camera images and many more things are available. Some of the phone features depend on the services the 3G network operators are providing, and won't work without the service.
Are you thinking you won't ever need those new services? Most of us didn't believe we would ever type messages on a phone's small numeric keypad. Yet, text messaging has become one of the best-loved applications in modern technology. But are you still sure you would never access email on your phone? Or you would never watch the latest TV news on your phone? Don't bet serious money on not doing it, you may change your mind as soon as you get your first email, or seeing a Britney Spears video on the phone. 

Speed matters in every network, and wireless communication is no exception. The two major 3G technologies, WCDMA/UMTS and CDMA 1x EV-DO, deliver such high-speed data communication capability for phones, which in optimal network coverage conditions is comparable to home broadband. Although the numbers for communication speeds are theoretical, and the real data transfer speeds often are considerably lower, for instance, when the phone is moving, the numbers indicate the design limits of a particular technology. 
Top 10 3G Phones in the subcontinent:
1. Apple iPhone 3GS
2. Nokia E71
3. Samsung i900 Omnia
4. Nokia N96
5. BlackBerry Bold 9000
6. Palm Treo 750
7. Nokia N85
8. Motorola Q9h
9. Sony Ericsson C702
10. Samsung Corby PRO       

Features of Samsung Galaxy Tab (Verizon Wireless)














Compact and light, you can keep in touch with people and content through 3G connectivity, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth Wireless Technology 3.0. With a battery life of up to seven hours and a crisp TFT-LCD display, you are free to communicate, update, and enjoy. The Samsung Galaxy Tab is a 13.58 ounce, 7 inch tablet that slips easily into a pocket or bag. A virtual QWERTY keyboard and SWYPE technology makes e-mail and texting on the go easy, you can type on the Tab either by using both thumbs or by SWYPE input technology. The Galaxy Tab features Froyo, Googles Android 2.2 platform, bringing you great performance and speed for browsing Flash-enabled websites. Fully integrated with services like Google Maps and YouTube you can search, view, and easily download any of the tens of thousands of cool apps available on Android Market.