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Installation Technicians are the network specialists for all 3 services.  They plan, install and maintain the physical element of communications infrastructure.
 
Installation Technicians are the network specialists for all 3 services.  They plan, install and maintain the physical element of communications infrastructure.
  
The traditional role of telephony systems as undergone major changes in the last 10 years and the Installation Technician has had to change to keep apace with the many new technologies employed to provide VOICE and DATA systems to the user.
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The traditional role of telephony systems has undergone major changes in the last 10 years and the Installation Technician has had to change to keep apace with the many new technologies employed to provide VOICE and DATA systems to the user.
  
 
The main areas of responsabilities are,
 
The main areas of responsabilities are,

Revision as of 18:29, 13 May 2005

Installation Technicians are the network specialists for all 3 services. They plan, install and maintain the physical element of communications infrastructure.

The traditional role of telephony systems has undergone major changes in the last 10 years and the Installation Technician has had to change to keep apace with the many new technologies employed to provide VOICE and DATA systems to the user.

The main areas of responsabilities are,

* Copper distribution

 *Underground - Fixed network multipair cable distribution
 *Overhead (PLOH) - Fixed network multipair cable distribtion
 *Internal - Fixed voice block wiring (POTS)
   *Electronic Switching Systems (ESS) Intercoms. 

* Fibre Optic

 *External/Internal - The installation, testing and maintainance of multicore Multimode and Singlemode Fibre Optic cabling.
 *Connectorisation - STPC/FCPC/SC/MTRJ Optical Connectors
 

* DATACOMMS

 *Installation,testing and maintainance of structured cabling networks UTP and Fibre Optic distribution.

*Telephone Exchanges

 *Installation
 *Managment
  

Phase 2 training is 12 months long and Soldiers can achieve high level civilian qualifications.

Phase 3 training is 6 months long. The Soldier will specialise in the planning and optomisation of network distribution.