Communications engineers work within a number of industries, including internet and computing technologies, networking and telecommunications, and radio. Some engineers concentrate on applying technical knowledge, whilst others focus on managerial activities. Many posts include elements of both managerial and technical responsibilities.The technical aspect of the role includes using specialist knowledge to design and deliver solutions, as well as providing technical guidance to others within the employing organisation. Managerial responsibilities involve planning and managing projects, ensuring that they are delivered on time, within budget and to the agreed standards of quality.Electronics & Communication Engineering combines various aspects of electrical, structural and civil engineering as well. These engineers handle different types of technology that help us to communicate with modern electronic devices. They research, design and develop satellite and cable systems, mobile phones, radio waves, the internet and e-mail.
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