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Forum: Submitting your resume & CV
 Topic: Juniper Engineer
icon14.gif  Juniper Engineer [message #404] Fri, 23 April 2010 17:14
GnanaPradeep Manduru  is currently offline GnanaPradeep Manduru
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Registered: November 2009
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Perferred Juniper experience, but 5+ Cisco experience can be considered. (CCIE, CCNA, CCDA).


Regards
Pradeep
IT Recruiter
Tel: 973-481-0100 Ext: 3094
Fax: 973-273-4639
pradeep.manduru@makrotech.com


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Forum: New wireless technologies
 Topic: Required Job
icon1.gif  Required Job [message #494] Fri, 11 March 2011 06:15
AMIT BABUBHAI SATHVARA  is currently offline AMIT BABUBHAI SATHVARA
Messages: 1
Registered: July 2010
Junior Member
Hello All,

My name is Amit Sathvara.

I have 4 yr exp in Telecom and recently I am working on Huawei project in Gujarat.

If anyone have any opportunity then contact me.

e-mail: amit.sathvara@yahoo.com
Mobile: 09374652917


Regards,
Amit Sathvara

 Topic: wireless technologies Reports
wireless technologies Reports [message #491] Wed, 02 March 2011 13:22
semantifi  is currently offline semantifi
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http://www.semantifi.com/


Jason
 Topic: Mobile development Business - WebWeWeb
Mobile development Business - WebWeWeb [message #440] Fri, 30 July 2010 02:59
3G-Telecoms  is currently offline 3G-Telecoms
Messages: 120
Registered: October 2008
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Web Business development and mobile applications development on mobile platforms:
* iPhone, Android
* Blackberry, Symbian
* BREW, Mobile Java
* Windows Mobile
* Web OS/Palm
* Linux Mobile, C++
* Bada, Mobile Banking

http://www.WebWeWeb.com
 Topic: Will Wholesale Applications Community platform kill iPhone & Android
Will Wholesale Applications Community platform kill iPhone & Android [message #396] Wed, 14 April 2010 14:14
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Registered: October 2008
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Companies that put their names for the new mobile development platform called - Wholesale Applications Community
Members currently include América Móvil, AT&T, Bharti Airtel, China Mobile, China Unicom, Deutsche Telekom, KT, Mobilkom Austria Group, MTN Group, NTT DoCoMo, Orange, Orascom Telecom, Softbank Mobile, Telecom Italia, Telefónica, Telenor Group, Telia Sonera, SingTel, SK Telecom, Sprint, Verizon Wireless, VimpelCom, Vodafone and Wind, as well as Samsung, LG and Sony Ericsson device manufacturers.
 Topic: Mobile banking in Canada on iPhone & Android Smartphones
Mobile banking in Canada on iPhone & Android Smartphones [message #358] Thu, 04 March 2010 05:33
admin  is currently offline admin
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Currently CIBC is advertising that it is the only bank in Canada offering mobile banking applications for the iPhone. are there any other banks offering applications? Any news on the android phones and mobile banking in Canada? How about USA?
 Topic: Value of online advertising
Value of online advertising [message #317] Thu, 19 November 2009 11:15
3G-Telecoms  is currently offline 3G-Telecoms
Messages: 120
Registered: October 2008
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It is predicted that by 2012 value of online advertising in US alone will hit 50 billion dollars. I wonder what that figure will be on a global scale and what percentage of it will be telecom, it & wireless related ad spending.
 Topic: 2g, 3g, 4g, 5g and beyond; wireless voice & mobile data communications
2g, 3g, 4g, 5g and beyond; wireless voice & mobile data communications [message #227] Fri, 11 September 2009 15:33
ADMIN Marco  is currently offline ADMIN Marco
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We know what 2G (GSM & CDMA) is, we know what 3G (WCDMA technology), how it works, we have heard a lot about 4G, LTE and WiMAX and have pretty good ideas what it is, anyone has any ideas what 5G & beyond wireless technology will bring us, what year wireless operators will start roll outs, 2012, 2015, 2020...

Interesting how wireless voice and mobile internet data communication will look like in 10 years from now.
 Topic: 3.9G Kyocera Last Mile Solution
3.9G Kyocera Last Mile Solution [message #161] Wed, 10 June 2009 23:19
3G-Telecoms  is currently offline 3G-Telecoms
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Registered: October 2008
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Kyocera wireless networks systems is advertising its iBurst 3.9G Mobile Broadband Technology. Interesting why they call it a 3.9G and not 4G or 5G? Is it because number 4 is not a lucky number in China and Asian countries?

Kyocera Corporation's technology for the iBurst® 3.9G Mobile Broadband Wireless Access (MBWA) system will begin appearing in iBurst base stations and terminals from Kyocera by the 4th Quarter of 2009.
 Topic: Apple sold 6.89 million iPhones
Apple sold 6.89 million iPhones [message #35] Mon, 27 October 2008 22:59
Nick_C  is currently offline Nick_C
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Registered: October 2008
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Apple sold 6.89 million iPhones in its FY2008 4th quarter ending Sept. 27. According to the Merc,, the iPhone was the US leader for smartphone sales during that period, surpassing the BlackBerry.

This figure is slightly below the estimates of the biggest iPhone boosters, and totals only 9.3 million phones for the year. However, MacWorld reports that Apple has confirmed that it passed the 10 million mark in the past few weeks after the end of the quarter. This means that with the Christmas season their 2008 sales should easily surpass 12 million units.

Before the iPhone was released, many (notably including Steve Ballmer) predicted they would not hit 10 million.
 Topic: Mobile phone revolution in Architecture and Design
Mobile phone revolution in Architecture and Design [message #18] Wed, 15 October 2008 23:03
Nick_C  is currently offline Nick_C
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Registered: October 2008
Junior Member
During last years the fight between famous mobile companies is still going. The main feature of mobile phones are design, performance and low price so most companies want to outdo each other.

There is no doubt this is the era is youths and you would be surprised to see their skills and various things they can do with their mobile phone.

If to consider all sections of the society the main things which makes mobile phone attractive are Talk, text, Music, Games and Mapsor does it so?

Nowadays it is difficult to imagine modern mobile phone without
with touch screen. So most popular mobile companies decided to made new mobile phones on the last word of technology.

Since the release of iPhone Nokia has been taunted for not having a handset that effectively competes with Apple's 3G iPhone. When Apple CEO Steve Jobs debuted the 3G iPhone, he took some swipes at the Finnish manufacturer by pointing out that the iPhone 3G managed to download a website in 21 seconds while the Nokia N95 took 33 seconds to load the same page.

So, it seems like the fight between most popular mobile companies will continue. Will hope that each step in developing of mobile phones will bring more satisfactions to their owners.
 Topic: New mobility suite of Motorola
New mobility suite of Motorola [message #14] Tue, 14 October 2008 23:57
Nick_C  is currently offline Nick_C
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Registered: October 2008
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Motorola's Good Technology Group unveiled a new mobility suite the Santa Clara, Calif.-based vendor said will add more than just mobile email to its mobility offerings.

The suite will include Good Mobile Connection, Good Administration Center and Good Mobile Messaging to enable VARs to offer their customers more secure, seamless and manageable mobile access to applications, according to Dan Rudolph, Good's director of product marketing.

In more detail it described here:
www.wirelesspedia.com/news
Forum: News, articles & fun
 Topic: Fixed Wireless as an alternative medium for your primary or backup T1 or other commercial broadband.
Fixed Wireless as an alternative medium for your primary or backup T1 or other commercial broadband. [message #442] Tue, 31 August 2010 04:32
TeleServPro  is currently offline TeleServPro
Messages: 1
Registered: August 2010
Junior Member
Why on earth would you want to use "wireless" Internet for your company or business?

Today, wireless broadband, also referred to as "fixed wireless" (as opposed to mobile), has become a cost effective solution for businesses that need a fully redundant backup Internet connection. OR businesses that are just located too far out in a rural area, to be able to receive anything else. Except for maybe legacy old & slow dial-up, or satellite, which has strict bandwidth caps.

Fixed wireless provides a TRUE backup solution to your existing terrestrial based T1, DS3, Metro Ethernet, etc. high speed line. For example: If you have a T1 and need redundancy/fail-over, your 1st thought might be to order a 2nd T1 from a different carrier. However since T1s and most other wireline telco connections originate out of a local CO (central office), this service provider center is used by all other carriers, as only a handful of carriers own rights to the "last mile". This last mile is considered the copper wiring that terminates to each individual building in the US. So as one could imagine, this spans thousands of miles and costs millions of dollars in overhead.

3 main telco carriers exist today which control the last mile terrestrial majority: AT&T, Verizon, Qwest/CenturyLink (aka "the big 3"). So if you're with *** T1 provider, but in an AT&T territory, an AT&T technician will be dispatched to install your line. And it will originate out of an AT&T CO. Even though they might not be the ISP for your T1. So you have *** as your carrier, but want ### as your backup T1 carrier. That line will also originate out of the same CO. As per FCC regulations, multiple carriers are authorized to provide service via POPs (point of presence) inside of as many of the "big 3" COs as they can. This rule however does not apply to other small last mile carriers, i.e.: Farmer John's Telco Service, etc.

This is how fixed wireless broadband provides a major advantage. It jumps right past everyone and delivers..


S. Sullivan
Telecommunication Service Provider
VM/SMS 1(830)448-3085
http://www.TeleServPro.com
 Topic: 5,000+ posted telecoms & wireless jobs
5,000+ posted telecoms & wireless jobs [message #303] Wed, 11 November 2009 20:26
admin  is currently offline admin
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New milestones on 3GWirelessJobs

- 5,000+ posted telecoms & wireless jobs

- 2,500 + registered Telecoms Employer accounts

- Half a Million page views by telecoms & wireless professionals

- 2,000 + live candidates daily you can browse by technology, country and keywords

- More great features and changes coming in November

- Find new opportunities, change your career, make new friends in telecoms industry, socialize & have Fun Smile

Please, send your suggestions how we can improve 3GWirelessJobs.com

3GWJ Support Team,

http://www.3GWirelessJobs.com
 Topic: 10 Most popular spoken languages in the World
10 Most popular spoken languages in the World [message #218] Wed, 02 September 2009 14:36
3G-Telecoms  is currently offline 3G-Telecoms
Messages: 120
Registered: October 2008
Senior Member
1. Mandarin Chinese - 885 million
2. Spanish - 327 million
3. English - 400 million
4. Arabic - 300 million
5. Hindi - 190 million
6. Portuguese - 180 million
7. Bengali - 175 million
8. Russian - 150 million
9. Japanese - 130 million
10. German - 97 million

You have to speak Spanish, English and Mandarin today if you want to get a good engineering job in the telecom and high-tech industry.

Information compiled from many different sources, but primary source was CIA World Factbook.
 Topic: Funny & dumb mistake by the biggest technology company
Funny & dumb mistake by the biggest technology company [message #171] Thu, 25 June 2009 21:06
3G-Telecoms  is currently offline 3G-Telecoms
Messages: 120
Registered: October 2008
Senior Member
How it is possible that the biggest software development company in the world - Microsoft Corporation, makes such big oops? Check out this screen capture below - "This web site wants to run the following add-on: "Windows Media Player Extension" from Microsoft Corporation". If you trust the web site and the add-on and want to allow it to run, click here..."
"Internet Explorer" from Microsoft is not sure if it trusts "Windows Media Player" also from Microsoft, is this funny, sad, plain dumb or business as usual for Bill Gates & Company...

index.php?t=getfile&id=7&private=0

 Topic: Windows Mobile have been run on the iPhone 3G
Windows Mobile have been run on the iPhone 3G [message #25] Tue, 21 October 2008 23:06
eric_rober7s  is currently offline eric_rober7s
Messages: 5
Registered: October 2008
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Fifteen years old boy Erik Christiansen actually created the BootCamp for the phone iPhone 3G, allowing it to run on the Windows Mobile.
He said, that the beta version, of this open-source program will be available in January.
 Topic: Cambridge have been selected by MTN for multiservice wireless network
Cambridge have been selected by MTN for multiservice wireless network [message #23] Mon, 20 October 2008 22:57
eric_rober7s  is currently offline eric_rober7s
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Registered: October 2008
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Africa's leading cellular operator MTN Group, choose the VectaStar platform from Cambridge Broadband Networks for its multi-service wireless network in Rwanda. MTN use VectaStar to provide high speed Internet access to business customers.

This deployment, in the 3.5GHz licensed spectrum band, follows a successful VectaStar deployment by the MTN Group in Cameroon.
The key reason MTN chose the VectaStar platform is because of its support for multiple traffic types and applications. Also "VectaStar is a technology-neutral platform that supports all our backhaul and access applications in a single network..."

VectaStar also enables MTN to maximise the use of its limited radio spectrum. This is made possible by VectaStar's high spectral efficiency and spectrum reuse combined with its advanced traffic optimisation and multiplexing.
 Topic: Orange and Vodafone made an agreement
Orange and Vodafone made an agreement [message #21] Thu, 16 October 2008 22:06
Nick_C  is currently offline Nick_C
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Registered: October 2008
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Orange and Vodafone Spain made an agreement to share 3G infrastructure in towns where lives less than 25,000 people in 19 provinces of the Spain. This agreement, currently covers about 1,000 base stations. This parthership relation will give both operators to increase coverage by around 25%. They xpected to have risen to 1,500 shared base stations by the end of this year. They want to cover rural parts of Alicante, Castellon, Valencia, Granada, Malaga, Seville, La Coruna, Pontevedra, Baleares, Ciudad Real, Toledo, Cuenca, Guadalajara, Barcelona, Madrid, Logrono, Navarra, Guipuzcoa and Vizcaya. Within four years the pair expect to share around 5,000 base stations.
 Topic: New LG-KC780 8 Megapixel mobile Phone from LG
New LG-KC780 8 Megapixel mobile Phone from LG [message #17] Wed, 15 October 2008 22:23
Nick_C  is currently offline Nick_C
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Registered: October 2008
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LG Electronics has announced new 8 megapixel camera phone LG-KC780, with special features that make it ideal for shooting portraits. It will be slim slider, designed to ensure that its myriad camera features are convenient and easy to use.

The 8 megapixel camera in LG-KC780 allow to take bright and clear photos. And also it include easy-to-use shot modes that help make people look their best.

The owner of LG-KC780 could share photos with friends using Bluetooth. In addition, Smart Bluetooth makes it easier to send and read text messages, allowing them to be typed and viewed on the computer.

LG-KC780 will go on sale in November 2008. LG expects that the LG-KC780 will have success in the line of 8 megapixel camera phones.

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 Topic: Nokia answer to iPhone
Nokia answer to iPhone [message #2] Fri, 10 October 2008 09:48
wireless-jobs  is currently offline wireless-jobs
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New Nokia 5800 a touch screen device that will be an excellent competitor to Apple's iPhone when it comes to price and features.

index.php/fa/1/0/
Technical Specs:
* S60 5th Edition
* 360×640 display
* touch screen
* Quad band WCDMA (850/900/1900/2100)
* MicroSDHC
* Bluetooth/WiFi
* micro USB
* 3.2MP autofocus camera
It’s marketed as a Music phone and is one of the first “Comes with Music” phones which come with unlimited music for one year. After a year you’re supposed to dump the phone and get a new one.

The stylus is kind of retro, but like they say classical look never goes out of style.


http://www.telecomsearchengine.com
Forum: Technology discussions & forums
 Topic: Nokia Mobiles of the future Competition
Nokia Mobiles of the future Competition [message #1066] Mon, 21 May 2012 20:51
admin  is currently offline admin
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1. Come up with the best design and functionality for Nokia mobile smart phones of the future and you can win one of eight Nokia Smart phones.
2. Competition starts March 1 ends August 16, the winner will be announced August 24 by the panel of judges and mobile communication industry leaders.
3. Originality of the design, recyclable materials used on the mobile phone, ease of use, types of materials, will be the deciding factors of this open competition
4. The winner will be chosen for the complete phone concept and for ideas how to make phones better.
5. The biggest deciding factor will be people on this page voting for your ideas, this way it insures open competition and clear rules.

http://Nokia.mow.fm/

index.php?t=getfile&id=34&private=0

 Topic: Mobile field Test Engineers in Ireland & Portugal
Mobile field Test Engineers in Ireland & Portugal [message #456] Tue, 02 November 2010 12:53
Vi Pam  is currently offline Vi Pam
Messages: 1
Registered: April 2010
Junior Member
Location: Ireland, Portugal



Duration: Long term contract



Skills: 3G, 2G, Edge & GPRS, IOT Application testing on mobile devices, MMS, MMI



Eligibility: Driving license

Anyone who has a valid visa to work in Ireland/Portugal

Regards,
Vi
Email: vi@panasiagroup.net


Pan Asia Resources
 Topic: Advertise your website for free
icon1.gif  Advertise your website for free [message #443] Thu, 23 September 2010 13:28
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Free One week trial to advertise your website on different social networks. For detail please visit www dot webbizcare dot com
 Topic: Technology recruiting, telecoms employment & consulting services
Technology recruiting, telecoms employment & consulting services [message #424] Fri, 18 June 2010 03:17
ADMIN Marco  is currently offline ADMIN Marco
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Registered: June 2009
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TIWVO - Telecoms Internet Wireless & Video Operator providing:
- Telecoms & wieless consulting services
- Technology recruiting & telecoms employment solutions
- Wireless & mobile advertising
- Mobile software development in Android, Symbian, iPhone and Symbian
- Internet & social media marketing
- Telecom related web site development & marketing

http://www.TIWVO.com
 Topic: ATCA Platform documentation
ATCA Platform documentation [message #417] Fri, 14 May 2010 01:43
Juan Salvador Escobar  is currently offline Juan Salvador Escobar
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Registered: June 2009
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While browsing some job opportunities I've found that this ATCA platform is becoming very common among telecom vendors including Huawei and NSN, does any one know where to find related documentation about it?

Thanks.
 Topic: Call Management Solutions Help Companies handle Disasters
Call Management Solutions Help Companies handle Disasters [message #393] Tue, 13 April 2010 07:36
s.jerry  is currently offline s.jerry
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Registered: April 2010
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Disaster can strike anyone, anywhere, anytime. It is the manner in which organisations handle disasters that make them great or mediocre. A well thought out disaster recovery plan is crucial for today’s businesses to survive. A disaster is not necessarily a natural calamity. In today’s world, where technology is what runs everything, a sudden network breakdown or other internal disruptions may cause serious harm to the business and result in cessation of services. It pays to be well prepared with contingency plans because you do not want to lose your customers to the competition who may be better equipped to handle disasters.

Telecommunication companies offering services such as 0800 numbers, 0844 numbers, numbers and 0871 numbers can provide continuity of communications even when disaster strikes. Their advanced call management features allow businesses to have complete control over inbound telephone calls. By customizing the inbound call flow pattern, the call management features allow businesses to have seamless performance even in the face of disasters. Incoming calls may be routed to other landlines and mobile phone numbers of employees. The customers need not even know what is happening in the background.

Sophisticated call management solutions can help companies handle disasters gracefully and with minimum disruption to services.
 Topic: Mobile Social Networking Smart Pipe: fb2mobile by Maxis in Malaysia, the best attempt by an operator
Mobile Social Networking Smart Pipe: fb2mobile by Maxis in Malaysia, the best attempt by an operator [message #391] Mon, 29 March 2010 07:44
saurabh  is currently offline saurabh
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Registered: March 2010
Location: india
Junior Member
People came across this interesting article. Do share your thoughts on this new trend. THe summary is:

Operator Maxis in Malaysia is probably the only operator globally that has been able to successfully launch a product fb2mobile, that goes beyond being a bit pipe in mobile social networking. As compared with Vodafone 360 by Vodafone in UK, Social Net by AT&T in US, and messenger services by Orange in UK, they have a superior offering that covers all the elements of messaging and keeps the price plans simple and easily comprehensible.

Full article is below.

http://www.telenow.net/Mobile-Social-Networking-smart-pipe-f b2mobile

 Topic: Mobile applications jobs & technologies in 2010
Mobile applications jobs & technologies in 2010 [message #333] Thu, 24 December 2009 14:01
3G-Telecoms  is currently offline 3G-Telecoms
Messages: 120
Registered: October 2008
Senior Member
2010 will be a year of mobile applications jobs for mobile operators. I think it is not going to be so much about the technology GSM vs. CDMA, WCDMA vs. WiMAX, WiFi, LTE, 4G or 5G. Companies that will offer useful applications and services on mobile devices will win the race. Customers do not care if it is 3G, 4G or 5G wireless technology, all they care is can you deliver the services.

Android, iPhone, Blackberry, Symbian, Linux mobile applications will be dominate the mobile development space in 2010
 Topic: MVNO Solo Mobile Canada
MVNO Solo Mobile Canada [message #284] Thu, 05 November 2009 22:42
kava  is currently offline kava
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Registered: November 2008
Member
Canada's MVNO Mobile Operator Solo Mobile customer service has some issues:

"We have 2 solo phones and are quite happy with them. They are both pre paid. I currently have to remember to call in before my money expires. I used to have an automatic top up billed to credit card, but when I cancelled that credit card of course I lost this service. I would very much like to go back to this with my new credit card number. When I call the SOLO 800 number for customer assistance, there is no way I can talk to a person to arrange this. Can you help.
Looking forward to your reply.
Regards.
Solo Mobile Customer"
 Topic: The ultimate BlueTooth Rear View Mirror Hands Free
The ultimate BlueTooth Rear View Mirror Hands Free [message #260] Tue, 03 November 2009 08:11
preetha  is currently offline preetha
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Registered: November 2009
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My friend recently bought a Bluetooth Rear View Mirror Hands Free and guess what it is really cool...She saved $19 on the product...
 Topic: Top countries in the world for mobile software development outsourcing
Top countries in the world for mobile software development outsourcing [message #243] Wed, 21 October 2009 22:01
3G-Telecoms  is currently offline 3G-Telecoms
Messages: 120
Registered: October 2008
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What are the top countries in the world with companies providing outsourcing services in for working on mobile software development technologies like iPhone, Android, Java Mobile, Symbian, Blackberry/RIM, Brew, J2ME, developing games and applications for smart phones and mobile devices? I would think that countries like India, Ukraine, Russia, China, Poland would be on the top of the outsourcing list.
 Topic: Info for Drive Test Engineers
Info for Drive Test Engineers [message #164] Thu, 18 June 2009 23:38
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Want to be a dad? Stop bouncing a laptop on your knee
By Stephen Cauchi, Science reporter at the Age.com.au


Young males, take note - your laptop computer could hurt your chances of becoming a father.

American research has warned that laptops warm male genitals to the point where infertility could result.

The research by Stony Brook University Hospital, in New York, found laptops, which reach high internal temperatures, can affect the quality and quantity of sperm.

The study's lead author, Yefim Sheynkin, said it was difficult to predict how long the computers could be used without damaging men's reproductive capacity.

For some men, the increase in testicular temperature could be so great that they were simply not safe to use.

Dr Sheynkin, an associate professor of urology at the State University of New York, said men who used laptops several times a day for many years faced the greatest risk.

"Long-term use may have a detrimental effect on their reproductive health," he said. "It may cause irreversible or partially reversible changes in male reproductive function."

Dr Sheynkin and his team studied the impact of using a laptop on 29 healthy volunteers aged 21 to 35 by measuring their scrotal temperature before and after they used a computer on their lap.

Even before the volunteers turned their computers on, their scrotal temperature rose 2.1 degrees, simply because they were sitting with their thighs together.

This rose to a 2.8-degree rise on the right side and 2.6 degrees on the left when the computer was switched on.

"It shows that scrotal hyperthermia is produced by both special body posture and the local heating effect of laptop computers," said Dr Sheynkin, who published his finding in the journal Human Reproduction.

Until there was further research, teenage boys and young men might want to limit the use of computers on their laps, he said.

Past studies have suggested that higher scrotal temperatures caused by such things as tight underwear, prolonged car driving, hot baths and exercise, can damage sperm and affect fertility. Other causes may include pesticides, smoking and obesity.

Mark Scott, 28, of Sydney, a regular laptop user, expressed surprise at the study's findings.

"I've heard of stories about loose underwear and tight underwear, but whether it's an old wives' tale or not, I don't know," he said. Mr Scott, an engineering consultant not yet trying to have children, said he often placed the laptop on its case as it made typing easier, or used it on a desk.

 Topic: Motorola Radio Planning
Motorola Radio Planning [message #162] Fri, 12 June 2009 12:26
3G-Telecoms  is currently offline 3G-Telecoms
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You are kindly requested to send your best quotation for IOS program used in the radio planning and for Motorola Co. work.
Please provide all details needed and how much time you need to deliver it.
Taking in to consideration that office is located in Saudi Arabia-Riyadh city.

Your quick reply is highly appreciated.

Logistics Manager
Future Communications Guidance Int'l
 Topic: GSM Jobs
GSM Jobs [message #40] Tue, 28 October 2008 18:13
3G-Telecoms  is currently offline 3G-Telecoms
Messages: 120
Registered: October 2008
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GSM RF planning & optimisation to GSM/DCS/GPRS utilising Nokia equipment. Other vendors like Ericsson and Huawei experience is a plus.

Site nominal planning, generate search rings and prediction coverage through planet/asset planning tool. Performs technical site survey and prepares technical site survey reports. Previous GSM jobs performing drive tests & optimization of newly integrated sites. Propagation tests of proposed sites. Acceptance and preparation of documentation of site. Optimize BTS key performance indicators for both GSM (900/1800) and GPRS.

http://www.3gwirelessjobs.com/web/pages/view/6/gsm_jobs

Conducts quarterly GSM/GPRS Network benchmarking mobile drive tests with TEMS investigation/classic and post-processed results. Performs RFI (external/internal interference).

GPRS monitoring analysis on the performance of circuit switched timeslots with respect to GPRS timeslots. Skilled in tuning and optimising of GSM and UMTS radio networks including cell and frequency planning,field measurements, high capacity planning, parameter optimisation.

Experience with ASSET, NetAct, Planet, TEMS7, NEMO, MAPINFO Knowledge of Nokia/GSM/UMTS radio technology
 Topic: The most popular smartphones
The most popular smartphones [message #29] Wed, 22 October 2008 23:58
eric_rober7s  is currently offline eric_rober7s
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Registered: October 2008
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The leader in the list of top sell mobile phones is the iPhone 3G.

The growth in smartphones-in terms of the number of units and the proliferation of brands and styles--has been one the key trends in the wireless world this year.

It's no secret that Palm's most recent Palm OS device, the Centro, is a popular smartphone. Followed by the iPhone 3G, BlackBerry Curve, BlackBerry Pearl and then Palm's Centro in fourth place.

The last in the top 5 most popular mobile phones is the Motorola Q for Verizon Wireless.
 Topic: Kyivstar (Ukraine) introduces the All-Ukrainian network of information kiosks
Kyivstar (Ukraine) introduces the All-Ukrainian network of information kiosks [message #24] Mon, 20 October 2008 23:10
eric_rober7s  is currently offline eric_rober7s
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Kyivstar is concerned about the high quality of service their customers and introducing new and convenient way for self-subscribers - All-Ukrainian network of information kiosks.

Information kiosk the ability for subscriber to self-service their subscriber number:
* use for free the My Kyivstar / My DJUICE «: to see details of their calls (date, direction, duration and cost of each call), to apply for change of tariff plan, connect and disconnect mobile services to apply for participation in promotions;
* to increase the subscriber's account for any amount for prepaid subscribers connection «Kyivstar» and «djuice», as well as for contract customers, using the bank card VISA or MasterCard of any bank (the sum is transferred to the account of subscriber numbers online, commission and the not removed);
* Resume damaged digits in the code recharge sketch card, if not whole numbers less than three;
* Own resume PIN and PUK-codes for prepaid subscribers connection «Kyivstar», «djuice» and «Mobilych»;
* to get familiarized with various innovations, products and services company, to view advertising and informational announcements «Kyivstar».
Forum: Posting telecom jobs for free
 Topic: RF System Validation Engineer
RF System Validation Engineer [message #522] Sat, 25 June 2011 18:54
Michael.Hacker  is currently offline Michael.Hacker
Messages: 1
Registered: June 2011
Junior Member
RF-System-Validation Engineer

Task:
• Porting of existing Labview based 2G test-automation SW to Matlab

• Enhancements to test-automation SW (additional Features, speed, code-clean-up)

• Interfaces programming (test-case database, exec-scripts, Control-FPGA)


Skills:
Matlab: Expert

Labview: Basic

Cellular RF: Advanced

2G cellular: Expert

RF-Test Equipment / Automation: Expert

English Fluent

German optional

Highly structured working-style

Used to do excellent documentation


Einsatzort: München




 Topic: Android Developer or iPhone Developer or Blackberry Developer - Chennai location
Android Developer or iPhone Developer or Blackberry Developer - Chennai location [message #496] Thu, 17 March 2011 06:47
Lakshmi Prasanna  is currently offline Lakshmi Prasanna
Messages: 2
Registered: March 2011
Junior Member
One of a Product Development Company is looking for below positions for Chennai location. Interested candidates can call me at 9581289592 (Anytime. My email Id is prasanna.intecis@gmail.com

Android (Android Developer)
Experience : Minimum 3+ yrs.
Location : Chennai
Job Description :-
• Atleast 2+ years of extensive experience in developing Android native application and 3+ years overall mobile development experience
• Minimum 2 years extensive experience developing Android native apps using Google Android SDK.
• Mandatory 3 years experience in overall mobile development (including 2 years in Android).
• Strong in Java / C/C++ coding experience.
• Experience with XMPP, SQLite.
• Experience with Java Drawing APIs.
• C++ and JNI experience a plus.
• OpenGL or other graphics development experience a plus.
• Knowledge of Market place distribution process is preferred but not a must.
• Should able to demonstrate apps that was developed and in app store.
• Prefer candidates willing to travel overseas for onsite assignments.

iPhone (iPhone Developer)
Experience : Minimum 3+ yrs.
Location : Chennai
Job Description :-
• Atleast 2 years of extensive experience in iPhone / iPad native application
• Must have built and published commercial iPhone and iPad applications.
• Experience with Objective-C, JavaScript, and JSON.
• Experience writing rich GUI's for the iPhone and iPad.
• Strong experience detecting / correcting memory usage issues.
• Previous experience integrating iPhone and iPad applications to server side API's .
• Must be very strong in Objective-C, Cocoa, CocoaTouch, and XCode.
• Should able to demonstrate apps that was developed and in app store.
• Knowledge of App store distribution process is preferred but not a must.
• Prefer candidates willing to travel overseas for onsite assignment.


Blackberry (Blackberry Developer)
Experience : Minimum 3+ yrs.
Number of Requirements : 3.
Location : Chennai
Job Description :-
• Atleast 2+ years of extensive experience in developing blackberry native application
• 2+ years of experience in mobile app development Blackberry.
• Solid experience in programming in Java and Blackberry SDK.
• Strong understanding of OOP, Eclipse IDE, memory management, file I/O, design principles etc.
• Have developed consumer-facing applications for blackberry devices.
• Experience integrating based Web Services and 3rd party APIs.
• Expertise or familiarity with well-designed user interfaces(UI), specifically for Blackberry.
• Should able to demonstrate apps that was developed and in app store.
• Knowledge of App store distribution process is preferred but not a must.
• Prefer candidates available to travel overseas for onsite assignments.

Regards
Lakshmi Prasanna
Prasanna.intecis@gmail.com
9581289592
 Topic: WirelessJobs.ca
WirelessJobs.ca [message #461] Fri, 26 November 2010 00:31
3G-Telecoms  is currently offline 3G-Telecoms
Messages: 120
Registered: October 2008
Senior Member
http://www.WirelessJobs.CA is telecoms & wireless jobs employment portal specializing on high tech jobs and recruitment industry in Canada. Jobs in Mobile development, RF Engineering, Satellite Communications, Media and Software development for Engineers, technicians, Managers, Sales and Marketing personnel searching jobs in Canada.
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