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Monday, 13 November 2017

Idea Cellular expects to ink 4G ICR arrangements with Vodafone, to launch VoLTE in 2018

Idea and Vodafone had last month entered into an active Infrastructure sharing arrangement to avoid duplication of spends and make the best use of capital expenditure (capex).
NEW DELHI: Idea Cellular said it expects to close the new 4G ICR arrangements with Vodafone India at the earliest for an additional 4G coverage in nearly 5,000 new towns and neighboring villages for each operator.

Idea and Vodafone had last month entered into an active Infrastructure sharing arrangement to avoid duplication of spends and make the best use of capital expenditure (capex). Both telcos have now started to enjoy expanded coverage from such shared sites.

Idea said that it is on course to introduce its own VoLTE – ‘Voice over LTE’ by early calendar year 2018.


As 4G adoption rate is ahead of initial company estimates primarily driven by affordable smartphones, expanding 4G coverage and world’s lowest ‘voice and mobile broadband tariffs’, almost all of Idea’s incremental network capital investments is allocated to 4G expansion (including fiber and capacity).

The 4G population under Idea's coverage has nearly tripled from 14.8% (~170 million) in the second quarter last year to 38.1% (~450 million), reflecting Idea’s aggressive intent to participate in emerging 4G consumer market.

In order to support the burgeoning demand of mobile broadband services, Idea has also increased its fibre backbone network by more than 50,000 kms (100,400 km in Q2FY16 to 150,500 km in the second quarter.

On overall terms Idea’s gross investment in fixed assets has now risen to over Rs 122.2 crore, a net addition of Rs. 486 billion (capex + spectrum) during the last 24 months. The capex spend for the current quarter was Rs. 19.7 billion, the telco said.

As industry operating tariffs tumble, voice and data volume growth partially compensated the steep rate fall. During this low demand period, Idea's sequential quarterly voice minutes grew by 1.7% to 255 billion minutes and mobile data volume (2G+3G+4G) witnessed strong sequential growth of 73.5% (on back of 99.1% growth in the first quarter) as Idea’s pan India data network carried 438.7 billion MB.

Idea said that the broadband data usage (3G+4G) has nearly doubled to 413 billion MB in the second quarter from 228.8 billion MB in the first quarter. While the total mobile data users on Idea network remained flat at 38.2 million, the broadband (3G+4G) subscribers increased by 3.2 million to 29.6 million in second quarter.
News source : ET Telecom

Friday, 10 November 2017

Urgently Required for Highly reputed  Contracting company For Saudi Arabia

Client Interview at Hyderabad 23rd November
Client Interview at Mumbai on 21st November.

Project: operation and Maintains Project


Required below positions

·         OSP Technician
·         Telecom Technician
·         Network technician
·         Splicer Technician
·         Fiber optics Technicians
·         FTTH Technicians

Exp required in Following field: Job details

  1. ·         Splicing and Testing optical fiber cable, using OTDR, Power meter, VFL
  2. ·         Exp in Maintaining DWDM &SDH Equipment good experience in using optical Ethernet and SDH Analyzers. Exp in telecom field
  3. ·         Command on English & Driving license preferred
  4. ·         Degree/Diploma/ITI Min 2years good Experience in telecom field
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Thursday, 9 November 2017

Fiber Optics created a revolution in the world of communications after entering the communications technology in the beginning of the twenty-first century, and unlike the types of cables and other wires that rely on the transmission of data on electrical vibrations, the fiber-optic cables transmit data through pulses. Medical applications have been used in several directions, as in exactly, to other many applications.

Fiber Optics: fibres made of pure glass, long and and thickness, and used in the transmission of light signals of far-off distances and high speeds.
Fiber Optic overview


Fiber Optic cables consist of :-

  1. The Mould (Core) is a very thin cylinder of super glass and no more than a fish thickness is moving through the light.
  2. the core or the reflector (cladding) which is the taxi of the core is designed to reverse the light continuously to remain inside the glass template.
  3. Cover Cover (buffer coating) a plastic cover covering the heart and heart and protect them from damage

Fiber-optic types

Fiber can generally be divided into two main types:

Fiber-Optic Fiber is only one light flare in each fiber-Optic Fiber, which is the fastest-quoted type of data used in telephone networks and television cable.
This type of fiber is characterized by a half-Diameter Glass Heart, where it reaches approximately Micron 9 (Where 1 Micro equals 0.001 mm) and passes through the infrared wavelength of 1.3-1.55 NM.

The Multi-Type Fiber-mode fiber is transported through the fiber-optic loofah, making it better for computer networks. This type of fiber is half a bigger diameter where it reaches 62.5 Micron and travels through infrared.

What are the features of Fiber Optics?


  1. Very fast data transfer started with (100 mi / w) has now reached more than (200.000 MI / w).
  2. The level of security against the wire is very high because it you digital data to a light pulse that does not have any electrical signals.
  3. The rate of low signals is significantly lower than the length of the wire.
  4. Impervious to electromagnetic interference that leads to jamming signals.
    That's why this fiber can be extended in the form of large cables containing thousands of wires inside it without affecting the quality of communication.
    And that's exactly what stc is promising in Saudi Arabia these days, and here are some pictures.
  5. Optical Fiber can be extended within one cable, which facilitates the installation process.
  6.  is not affected by water, but states are used to connect the internet between the oceans.


The main flaw in these cables or wires.

The only flaw is that it's difficult to construct and maintain and because it depends on glass, and the glass core is often broken at the very low we of a plastic core, but it can't hold the light of the light as vast as the glass.

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Difference between a SC/PC and SC/APC adapter

GSM Network Architecture

most common example of a cellular network is a mobile phone (cell phone) network. A mobile phone is a portable telephone which receives or makes calls through a cell site (base station), or transmitting tower. Radio waves are used to transfer signals to and from the cell phone.

Modern mobile phone networks use cells because radio frequencies are a limited, shared resource. Cell-sites and handsets change frequency under computer control and use low power transmitters so that the usually limited number of radio frequencies can be simultaneously used by many callers with less interference.
A cellular network is used by the mobile phone operator to achieve both coverage and capacity for their subscribers. Large geographic areas are split into smaller cells to avoid line-of-sight signal loss and to support a large number of active phones in that area. All of the cell sites are connected to telephone exchanges (or switches), which in turn connect to the public telephone network.
In cities, each cell site may have a range of up to approximately 1⁄2 mile (0.80 km), while in rural areas, the range could be as much as 5 miles (8.0 km). It is possible that in clear open areas, a user may receive signals from a cell site 25 miles (40 km) away.

Since almost all mobile phones use cellular technology, including GSM, CDMA, and AMPS (analog), the term "cell phone" is in some regions, notably the US, used interchangeably with "mobile phone". However, satellite phones are mobile phones that do not communicate directly with a ground-based cellular tower, but may do so indirectly by way of a satellite.
There are a number of different digital cellular technologies, including: Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM), General Packet Radio Service (GPRS), cdmaOne, CDMA2000, Evolution-Data Optimized (EV-DO), Enhanced Data Rates for GSM Evolution (EDGE), Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS), Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications (DECT), Digital AMPS (IS-136/TDMA), and Integrated Digital Enhanced Network (iDEN).
The transition from existing analog to the digital standard followed a very different path in Europe and the US. As a consequence, multiple digital standards surfaced in the US, while Europe and many countries converged towards the GSM standard.

Wednesday, 8 November 2017

Network Neighbors Auto generations Cases according to Source cell



Case 1

The Target cells are cosite with the source reference cell (ST_D=0)


Neighbour Cell creation Case 1

Case 2

The Source cell is detected inside the beamwidth of the target cell at a distance ST_D<=ST_MaxD and ST_D<=IC_Dist* 1.8 (hard coded).

Neighbour Cell creation Case 2








Case 3

THe Target cell is detected inside the beamwidth of the source cell of a distance ST_D<=ST_Max
and ST_D<=IC_Dist* 1.2 (hard coded).

Neighbour Cell creation Case 3







Case 4

The source cell point main coverage area (S_PtCvg) is detected inside the beamwidth of the target  cell and the distance ST_D<=ST_MaxD.

Neighbour Cell creation Case 4












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Tuesday, 7 November 2017

URGENTLY REQUIRED FOR HIGHLY REPUTED COMPANY-SAUDI ARABIA
CLIENT INTERVIEW SHORTLY AT HYDERABAD.
Email CV: hkbamhill@gmail.com: PLEASE MENTION POST IN THE SUBJECT OF THE EMAIL (MANDATORY) CANDIDATE MUST HAVE VALID PASSPORT FOR JOB APPLYING. NOTE: EMAIL WITHOUT MENTION POST IN SUBJECT WILL NOT BE ENTERTAIN ONLY MAINTENANCE PROJECT SALARY IS NEGOTIABLE. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. OSP TECHNICIAN (150) JOB DESCRIPTION –
  • GOOD EXPERIENCE IN SPLICING AND TESTING OPTICAL FIBER CABLE.GOOD EXPERIENCE IN USING OTDR, POWER METER, VFL
  • EXPERIENCE & SKILLS - MINIMUM 1-2 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN TELECOM FIELD.
  • EXCELLENT COMMAND OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE, WRITTEN AND SPOKEN. DRIVING LICENSE PREFFERED.
2. TELECOM TECHNICIAN (150) JOB DESCRIPTION
  • GOOD EXPERIENCE IN MAINTAINING DWDM & SDH EQUIPMENT GOOD EXPERIENCE IN USING OPTICAL, ETHERNET AND SDH ABALYZERS
  • EXPERIENCE & SKILLS – MINIMUM 1-2 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN TELECOM FIELD. 
  • EXCELLENT COMMAND OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE, WRITTEN AND SPOKEN. DRIVING LICENSE PREFFERED. 

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Sunday, 5 November 2017


Talks between Sprint and T-Mobile over a possible blockbuster merger have come to a halt, both companies announced on Saturday, ending weeks of discussions that had the potential to reconfigure the mobile industry.
The two carriers have been huddled for weeks, but reports suggested talks hit several hurdles. In what was seen as a last-ditch bid to salvage a merger, both sides came together this weekend.
If consummated, a Sprint-T-Mobile deal would have created a mobile behemoth of more than 100 million subscribers, and put them within reach of Verizon and AT&T, the industry's top dogs. T-Mobile and Sprint are the U.S.' third- and fourth-largest wireless carriers, respectively, but they are significantly smaller than AT&T and Verizon.
"The prospect of combining with Sprint has been compelling for a variety of reasons, including the potential to create significant benefits for consumers and value for shareholders," said John Legere, President and CEO of T-Mobile U.S., in a statement.
"However, we have been clear all along that a deal with anyone will have to result in superior long-term value for T-Mobile's shareholders compared to our outstanding stand-alone performance and track record," he added.
Last week, reports surfaced that SoftBank, the Japanese conglomerate that controls Sprint, was planning to end talks with T-Mobile, whose parent is Deutsche Telekom.
"While we couldn't reach an agreement to combine our companies, we certainly recognize the benefits of scale through a potential combination. However, we have agreed that it is best to move forward on our own," Sprint president and CEO and Softbank Board member Marcelo Claure said.
Deutsche Telekom representatives were believed to be visiting SoftBank's Masa Son this weekend, sources told CNBC, but differences between the two camps could not be bridged.

Friday, 3 November 2017

History of the Internet:-


The Internet has precursors that date back to the 19th century, especially the telegraph system, more than a century before the digital Internet became widely used in the second half of the 1990s. The concept of data communication – transmitting data between two different places, connected via some kind of electromagnetic medium, such as radio or an electrical wire – predates the introduction of the first computers. Such communication systems were typically limited to point to point communication between two end devices. Telegraph systems and telex machines can be considered early precursors of this kind of communication.
Fundamental theoretical work in data transmission and information theory was developed by Claude Shannon, Harry Nyquist, and Ralph Hartley, during the early 20th century.
Early computers used the technology available at the time to allow communication between the central processing unit and remote terminals. As the technology evolved, new systems were devised to allow communication over longer distances (for terminals) or with higher speed (for interconnection of local devices) that were necessary for the mainframe computer model. Using these technologies it was possible to exchange data (such as files) between remote computers. However, the point to point communication model was limited, as it did not allow for direct communication between any two arbitrary systems; a physical link was necessary. The technology was also deemed as inherently unsafe for strategic and military use, because there were no alternative paths for the communication in case of an enemy attack.
SC/PC and SC/APC Adapter

 The difference between a SC/PC and SC/APC adapter



The most visible difference between the two adapters is color. Most singlemode SC/PC adapters are blue and SC/APC adapters are green.

This allows for quick identification, especially when used in distribution panels so the end-user inserts the correct connector type. Often users cannot see the connector plugged in on the backside of the panels, therefore the color indicates the SC connector that’s required.

SC connectors correspond with the adapter; most singlemode SC/APC connectors have green outer shells while singlemode SC/PC connectors have blue outer shells.

SC/APC adapters use premium zirconia split sleeves to achieve the tightest tolerance possible providing critical alignment of the two angle polished ferrules. Whether it is a single mode SC/PC or SC/APC connector be sure to choose a zirconia (ceramic) sleeve material rather than a phosphor bronze or polymer. The zirconia alignment sleeves have a tighter tolerance and better elasticity, maintaining tight tolerances after several matings

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