The other tasks that Telecommunications Equipment Installers and Repairers undertake are assembling, replacing or rearranging dialing and routing equipment and scrutinizing and servicing equipment and wiring.
They replace or repair defective, damaged, and dysfunctional equipment, and test newly installed, fixed, and upgraded equipment to make sure that they are functioning correctly.
These technicians tweak or modify equipment to improve their performance, maintain records of upkeep, installations, and repairs. They also show the clients how to use equipment and its nitty-gritties. The technicians employ several tools to assess equipment and identify problems. The tools they use include pliers and screwdrivers.
Some telecom technicians work with PCs, specific hardware, and other diagnostic equipment. People who install lines outdoors and maintain them referred to as line installers and repairers.
Telecommunications Equipment Installers and Repairers include central office technicians. The job that these people do is installing and maintaining equipment, such as routers, switches, fiber-optic cables, and others, at switching hubs, which are known as central offices. These offices transmit, process, and strengthen data from several telephones, cables, and Internet connections. Technicians fix problems remotely after they receive alerts when switch equipment malfunctions.
While some technicians work from distribution centers of cable televisions, a few others install and repair telecommunication equipment in locations, such as private homes and offices.