Telecommunications Equipment Installers & Repairers
Also called: Central Office Technician, Install and Repair Technician, Service Technician, Telecommunications Technician
In the Air Force: Airborne Mission Systems Operator; Airborne Mission Systems Operator Journeyman; Cable and Antenna Systems Helper; Client Systems Craftsman; Cyber Transport Systems Apprentice, Data Links; Cyber Transport Systems Journeyman; Missile And Space Facilities Craftsman; Missile And Space Systems Maintenance Craftsman; RF Transmission Systems Apprentice; Tactical Air Control Party (TACP) Apprentice
In the Army: Cable Systems Installer-Maintainer; Combat Engineer; Computer/Detection Systems Repairer; Electronic Warfare Technician; Intelligence Analyst; Military Intelligence (MI) Systems Maintainer/Integrator; Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS)/High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS) Crewmember; Radar Repairer; Satellite Communications Systems Operator-Maintainer; Test, Measurement, and Diagnostic Equipment (TMDE) Maintenance Support Specialist
In the Coast Guard: Information Systems Technician
In the Marine Corps: Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF) Technician; Air Traffic Control Radar Technician; Aviation Communication Systems Technician; Basic Ground Electronics Maintenance Marine; Data Systems Administrator; Field Artillery Fire Controlman; Fire Support Marine; Ground Electronics Transmission Systems Maintainer; Network Chief; Tactical Switching Operator; Transmissions Chief
In the Navy: AN/STC-3(V) Integrated Voice Communications System (IVCS) Maintenance Technician; Advanced Integrated Voice Communication Network (IVCN) Maintenance Technician; Central Office Exchange Technician; Electronics Communications Technician; Electronics Technician, Submarine, Communications; Fire Control Technician; Fire Controlman (AEGIS); Information Systems Technician Submarines; Interior Communication Administrator; Interior Communications Electrician; SSN Radio Frequency (RF)Equipment Operator
- Demonstrate equipment to customers and explain how it is to be used, and respond to any inquiries or complaints.
- Test circuits and components of malfunctioning telecommunications equipment to isolate sources of malfunctions, using test meters, circuit diagrams, polarity probes, and other hand tools.
- Test repaired, newly installed, or updated equipment to ensure that it functions properly and conforms to specifications, using test equipment and observation.
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