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What are the key areas on which every Electronics & Telecomm Engineer works most of the times?

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RE: What are the key areas on which every Electronics & Telecomm Engineer works most of the times?

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There are a number of areas on which you can work after getting the degree in the field of electronics and telecom engineering. In this job you can either work in the electronics industry or the telecom industry. Since both industries work differently and the role is going to be different as well, I will explain you areas of work one by one, first in the electronics industry and then the telecom industry:


1. In case of electronics industry you can work in the electronics design and manufacturing world. Here you will be designing the circuits, working on the various components and their fabrication processes. This also involves working with the specific devices and equipment that are required for the fabrication. The role involves a number of other activities as well including meetings with the management and also the clients, then working with the team members in understanding the project. You will always be working on a small part of the project and therefore the team work will be important. You need to have really good software skills as you will be working with the electronics software most of the times for the circuit design and the fabrication purposes.

2. If you are going to work in the telecom industry, a sector which is growing considerably and offering many jobs, you will have to work on the telecom devices, their measurement and quality assurance. A huge amount of field work is often required in this profession and therefore your work is not only limited to the desk. Here you can have more work pressure and you will be called anytime if there is any failure in the technology. The work is often hectic. As a telecom engineer you will be working with a number of communication related software and you will have to be really goo at them. The telecom engineers also meet their clients and often visit the clients sites for the purpose of checking the electronics equipment. The telecom engineers also need to have understanding of the electronics field to succeed in this profession.

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