Configuring High-End Mobile Communication Equipment

Having installed high-end mobile communication equipment, you will then need to configure it. It is only after configuring (and testing) the equipment that you can commission it for use by the targeted market. In configuring the high-end mobile communication equipment, you will need to:

Follow the instructions in the manufacturer’s manual

High end communication equipment usually comes with manuals. You need to go through the manuals with a toothcomb, before embarking on the configuration work. If a major blunder arises, and it is discovered that you hadn’t followed the manufacturer’s manual while configuring the equipment, you are likely to be held responsible.

Pay close attention to security issues

So the idea is to ensure that you don’t leave any loopholes or backdoors that can be exploited by saboteurs.

Configure with all possible eventualities in mind

Engineers are always advised to plan with all eventualities in mind. You need to configure the equipment in such a manner that it can cope, even when, for instance, unusually heavy demands are put on it. It should be able to cope with power outages, with adverse weather conditions… and so on. Even website engineers plan with all eventualities in mind. This is why, for instance, the PepsiCo employees’ website, at is able to cope even at pay-times: when heavy demands are placed on it. At such pay-times, each and every PepsiCo employees is bound to visit the my pepsico view login page, with the intention of signing in and checking his paystub. If the site is not designed to cope with such occasional heavy demands, it can easily crash. And similarly, while configuring your high end mobile communication equipment, you need to think of all eventualities, and ensure that you make provisions for all eventualities.

Ensure that the configuration is done by well qualified individuals

The configuration is likely to go well if it is done by well qualified (and experienced) individuals. You therefore need to do whatever it takes, to ensure that the work is done by the right people – even if it means having to fly them in from somewhere else.

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