RF Engineers - Tier 3.


Gauteng, South Africa


Jul 23

RF Engineers are responsible for the planning, maintenance and health of the entire wireless network. Nothing get done without prior planning and knowing what the outcome will be. Monitoring: Doing PtMP (point to multi point) analytics on a schedule provided by Tier 4Doing PTP (point to point) analytics on a schedule provided by Tier 4Do proactive frequency analysis on all sites.Proactively via network monitoring, identify where problems might occur and act before clients services get impacted.Planning: Plan everything to be done on the wireless network in detail, from frequency changes to complete new build.Provide installers and high site technicians with detailed scope of work to be performed.High site tech support: Assist High site technicians with alignments, tilts etc.Installer support: Responsible for the link quality of each install on the network. Calculate each signal for every new install as well as alignments. If target cannot be reached, find fault either at high site or install, plan how to fix and hand over to high sites technician.Helpdesk support & skills transfer: Assist helpdesk with problem tickets, train and advise helpdesk on RF related issues.Root cause analysis and fault finding: Be able to do root cause analysis, fix the problem first time through proper planning.Obtain approval from team leader when working with any equipmentConfiguration of equipmentPreform link budget on point-to-point links to achieve desired availability and throughput Coordinate change management with Access Network, NOC and Helpdesk or any relevant stream.Keep recorded documentation of any changes made to the network up to date

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