What is telecommunication engineer?
Telecommunications engineers are electrical and electronics experts who may specialize in a certain type of technology, such as telephone networks or broadband telecommunications.
Here are some engineers that begin with the letters from A to Z: Aeronautical Engineer Biochemical Engineer Chemical Engineer Design Engineer Electrical Engineer Flight Engineer Geological Engineer Heating & Ventilation Engineer Industrial Engineer Jammer Engineer Kinetic Engineer Locomotive Engineer Mechanical Engineer Nuclear Engineer Oil Exploration Engineer Petroleum Engineer Quality Control Engineer Railroad Engineer Satellite Engineer Telecommunication Engineer Urban Planning Engineer Video Control Engineer Wind Tunnel Engineer X-ray Engineer Yard Engineer (railroad) Zoning Engineer This is…
Aeronautical engineer (limited scope) civil engineer (wide range of scope) computer science (average scope) telecommunication engineering (wide range scope) mechanical engineer (wide range of scope) ...........................................................in order of salary aeronautics earns most.............................then civil...........and so on.
hy, why not? An ETE student is more technically smart from other engineering. An ETE student studied the totality of Electronics ,control systems, settelite and every sector of communication. The telecommunication is modern demand. This demand is gradually increased. At nasa there has already a telecommunication core. A Telecommunication can work also Deep Space Network at nasa or anywhere. So dont be worry about ur subject, ETE is an highly demandable subject.
for electronic engineer work in electric field like in fartilizer , cement and in any company where high electric power is used and in telecommunication working field is make easy to communicated like today famous companies voip ,skype ,internet ,wireless internet , 3g , 4g and many more in short to contact with people from long and long distance telephone cpmpany jobs i hope you understand.
Marcellus S. Snow has written: 'Telecommunications' -- subject(s): Deregulation, Telecommunication, Telecommunication policy 'International commercial satellite communications' -- subject(s): Artificial satellites in telecommunication, Economic aspects, Economic aspects of Artificial satellites in telecommunication, International Telecommunication Satellite Organization 'Marketplace for telecommunications' -- subject(s): Congresses, Deregulation, Telecommunication, Telecommunication policy
That would depend on various factors, including what country you would work in, your years of experience, etc.For the case of the United States, you may want to search the OOH (Occupational Outlook Handbook), which tells you the job opportunities, medium salary, and many other details, for lots of different professions.
Advantage and disadvantage of different types of communication in a society in the family or at work?
A telecommunications system is a collection of nodes and links to enable telecommunication. Examples of telecommunications systems are the telephone network, computer networks and the Internet. The six basic components of a telecommunication system are: Input and output devices. Telecommunication channels.