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Engineer Design

Location:
Bosques de las Lomas, Mexico City, Mexico
Posted:
September 05, 2019

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PERSONAL INFORMATION

Name Armando Terán Páez

Nationality Mexican

Address Col. Santa Fe, Ciudad de Mexico, C.P.01210

e-mail address ac99vs@r.postjobfree.com

Mobile +52-55-861*****

Telephone +52-55-557*-****

PROFILE

Solution Architect on Transmission and Transport Network Design,(Optimization and Design), solution processes for managed services customer, solution includes Microwave in Access IP RAN, Transport HLD (High Level Design). and LLD (Low-Level Design) on GSM, WCDMA and LTE technologies as well as good knowledge on Microwave Network Design, Strong leadership with 20+ years of experience, improves customer satisfaction and maximizes profits, detailed, result oriented and organized improving the processes with good knowledge on tools.

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

June 2014 –May 2018 Solutions Architect RAN IP Transport.

Ericsson Telecom. S.A. Mexico City

Design on ATND (Access Transport Network Design) High and Low-level design of GSM, WCDMA and LTE technologies, including New RBS and BSC`s integration, expansions, Swap, Rhoming and Migration from ATM to IP, TDM Distribution and BSC design for the Brazilian Market.

Network design and optimization in accordance with its RNDCIQ (Radio Network Design Customer Information Query), customer base line and auditing the setting on the site by with programs as WinFIOL, Map Info and exert, analyzing the drive test information and defining the different KPIs on accessibility issues for voice, drop, blocked calls and Retainability.

Design on SIU (Service Integration Unit)for its integration on GSM, WCDMA technologies for Honduras remote project.

January 2014 –May 2014 Team LEAD 2nd Level Wireless Backhaul Engineer.

Ericsson Telecom. S.A. Mexico City

First level operations responsible, coordinating, management and execution of proactive and reactive maintenance activities that require a higher level of support, ensuring the Service Level Agreement (SLA) to the Sprint in USA customer, activities developed with: FMS (Facility Management System), QuickPAD (Intrusive test), NRM, CTO, TRAMS (Ticket Management System), ISA ITP and IPA.

June 2013 –January 2014 MS Optimization Engineer

Ericsson Telecom. S.A. Mexico City

Managed Services on proactive support for ENTEL Chile Customer for short and long haul Microwave links (About 4000 NE) and optical equipment (about 300 NE) analising the data log files from Mini-link TN, Marconi and other vendors equipment alarms from RSG (Remote Server Gateway) monitoring KPIs, block and drops calls for GSM Network, to have congestion free network.

August 2010 – June 2013 Microwave Network Design

Ericsson Telecom. S.A. Mexico City

Leading the engineering department on Network Design, about 8 engineers on HLD High Level Design for LTE Tx for TELCEL about 134 hops, Monterrey 235 hops, USA and Mexico City using Path Loss 4 and Map Info, Google Earth and Tems Link Planner.

Australia 2500LER s (Link Engineering Reports)

Competence build-up on Microwave network and Non-interference design in ERICSSON facilities in Beijing China

Responsible for Microwave and non Interference Network Design in Costa Rica for Claro operator.

November2008 – July 2010 Ericsson Responsible for Engineering Department

Ericsson Telecom. S.A. Mexico City

Chief of the engineering department on Network Design Project with a grooup of 17 engineers for the elaboration of approximately 1800 hops, supported with subcontractors for TELEFONICA, MOVILES, IUSACEL, TELMEX and TELCEL operators.using Mini Link TN Hybrid equipment with IP configuration.

November 2007 – October 2008 Network Design Consultant

Ericsson Telecom. S.A. Mexico City

Transmission Network Design of a GSM, and WCDMA expancion project in TELCEL for PDH and SDH technologies.

Responsible for TELCEL and AXTEL network optimization and non interference analysis with the customer network information, for Mini Link E, Mini-Link TN and other providers equipment it was for about 2000 hops for TELCEL and about 300 hop for AXTEL using TEMS link Planner, Path Loss 4 and Path Loss 5 and Map Info tools.

April 2003 – October 2007 Advance Engineer

Ericsson Telecom. S.A. Mexico City

Responsible for In building solutions using BTS 2106, 2109, 2206, 2207 and 2308 base stations for cellular coverage for TELEFONICA MOVILES Operator.

Responsible for KPI s (Key performance indicators), supported in customer satisfied evaluations and Time Models Elaboration for engineering and implementation.

March 2001-April 2003 Network Design Engineer

Ericsson Telecom. S.A. Mexico City

Transmission Network Designer and LOSS, line of sight and survey, for P.G.J.D.F., S.E.P, TELEFONICA, TELMEX and NEXTEL operators with Mini-Link E, Mini Link C equipment for about 700 Hops

Responsible for microwave technical documents elaboration marketed by Ericsson.

October1997-February-2001 Network Design Engineer

Ericsson Telecom. S.A. Mexico City

Responsible for Microwave Network Design for Telefonica de España in Guatemala City, selecting sites to set the radio basis, preparing the final plant engineering module for Mini link E and Mini link TN (PDH y SDH) commissioning, analysis and solution for critical links and the interference analysis.

Microwave Network design and non-interference analysis for PGJDF(Government) 1About 150 Hops and Hondutel customer in Honduras facilities with Mini-Link E Equipment for about using RAPS (Radio Planning System) and Path Loss 3, including bill of materials.

TOOLS KNOWLEDGE

TEMS Link Planner, Mentum Link Planner, Path Loss 4, Path Loss 5, Mini-Link Manager, Map Info.

ETRAN – Ericsson Design tool for Transport Network

ERIBOX – On line tool to generate scripts for integration.

Site Handler – On line site/Site Databases.

WinFIOL

Microsof Office Tools

LENGUAJE SKILLS

Native Spanish, Fluent English and Portuguese Intermedium Level

EDUCATION

1982-1986 Electronic and Communications Engineer

Instituto Politécnico Nacional Mexico Distrito Federal

ERICSSON TRAINNING COURSES

Mini-link 7E, 8E, 15E, 18E, 23, 38E (point to point links) Mini link rev.5 Introduction to equipment (Point to multipoint links)

Certification in RFS Antennas and wave guides at Connecticut facilities.

Path Loss 4 & 5 (interference and coverage Module) TEMS LINK PLANNER OVERVIEW Ref(ESP10.05/8)

Mentum Link Planner (Network design and optimization)

Administration by Processes 5G Global trial experiences

Our Purpose & Quality Standards LTE L14 e Node B Commissioning

GSM BSS Troubleshooting WCDMA RAN W14 Troubleshooting Ericsson WCDMA System Overview

Voice over LTE using MMTel WCDMA RAN EVO-C 8200 Configuration

ILTE L14 e Node B Commissioning (ILT) LTE L15 CONFIGURATION (ILT)

GSM BSS Troubleshooting R2A WCDMA RAN EVO-C 8200 Configuration R6A

WCDMA RAN W14 Access Transport Network Design (ILT)

and Troubleshooting (ILT) WCDMA System Overview (ILT)

MPLS Overview Microwave Networks

R6A WCDMA RAN EVO-C 8200 Configuration VoLTE e2e Call Path: SRVCC, LTE/EPC access for VoLTE, ICS

MIMO Overview and Radio Channel and Antenna Theory LTE/SAE a System Overview, WBL

Introduction to Heterogeneous Network and RF Design Ericsson Massive IoT RAN

Introduction to LTE Protocols & Procedures Introduction to VoLTE Module 1

VoLTE Related Radio Functionality Uplink Radio Access

SW licensing and HW activation codes Retainability and Accessibility Guideline Introduction

RBS 6000 in a Nutshell (WBL) Radio resource Control Protocol - RRC

Radio Link Control protocol- RLC PSI Coverage WCDMA - Power Consumption

Mobility in RRC connected state LTE UE Tuning, Radio Interface, Radio Access Network

Introduction to OSS BSS HSPA Evo Smartphone Feature Update

Antenna Integrated Radio, AIR LTE Fundamentals



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