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venkatnova2003
 Post subject: RF -Jobs
Posted: Thu Feb 12, 2009 1:52 am 
 
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Joined: Thu Feb 12, 2009 12:29 am
Posts: 2
Experience: 1 - 7 Years
Location: Any Location
Education: - B.Tech/B.E. - Computers, Electronics/Telecommunication
Positions:
RF GSM-
Drive Test Engineers/Optimizer/Lead/Surveyor/Planing Manager
RF CDMA-Drive Test Engineers/Optimizer/Lead/Surveyor?Planning Manager
Job Description:
·Drive test for (GSM, CDMA, EDGE, GPRS) optimization of the GSM networks.
·Drive Test includes the analysis of RF parameters like cell sites RF coverage, Rx Level , Rx Quality, C/I, inter- cell and intra-cell handovers, HO failures, Dropped calls, etc.
·Carried out online changes in antenna tilts and orientations for better Coverage
·Involved in RF Coverage AT.
·Done Drive Test for optimization of CDMA /GSM network.
· Initial optimization of networks such as antenna system verifications for antenna types, tilts, azimuths, verification of jumpers & feeders.
· Preparations of reports based on Drive test.
·Proposing Antenna orientation as per Clutter.
·Co-channel (C/I) and Adjacent channel (C/A) Interference analysis.
·RF Acceptance Test of Voice Quality Signal Strength, Hand over & Calls.
·To Perform Site Survey, clutter Survey and Verify the Suitability of Sites from the RF point of view and Construction.
·Initial Optimization of Networks Such as Antenna Verification, Tilts, Azimuths, Feeder Swap.
·Data Analysis After Drive Test.
·Primary Optimization for Verifying Existing coverage Site, Design Objective, Pointing Coverage Holes.
·Site survey of sites for coverage in new towns.
·Field Planning and Site survey of sites for coverage in new towns
·Recommendation of RF Specifications of the sites including type of Antenna, Tower height to meet the coverage objective.
·Drive Test
·EDGE DRIVE for Drive Test for swap sites
·Attained complain and provide efficient solution to resolve.
·Analysis of Drive Test Log files.
·Handling optimization activities.
Contact Details:
Company Name: Aparajitha Total Solutions (P) Ltd
Sr.Executive Name: Mr.Venkatachalapathi
Email Address: venkat.m@aparajitha.co.in
09994481200




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