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R56 Communication Site Installer


The Communication Site Installer is the trained professional who would be involved in the set-up, supervision, routing, distributing, and switching as required by the telephone and dialing equipment that would be used in the main offices of the businesses.

Their primary responsibility would be to help the business clients install and ensure that they have an effective communication system that works without any interruptions across the whole site. These professionals could either be required to be at a designated field venue or the customer’s location.

Their tasks involve servicing or repairing the telephones, cable televisions, Internet, and any other equipment needed for communication within the customer’s premises to ensure that they work at their best performance level.

One of the better standard guidelines that should be adhered for an efficient communication network set up is the R56 by Motorola. A technician who uses this standard would help the customer by working on the standard methodologies required and install the telecommunication devices properly.

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shashiteja 12 february 2019, 11:25
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