Monday, August 05, 2013 8:34:00 AM
Here at telecomHall you already know: we are constantly trying to find the best Telecommunications Tips and Practices to simply share them with you. As its name suggests (Telecommunications Hall) we try to be the location where these Telecommunications and IT professionals find help to start, or even to evolve in their daily tasks.
In this way, today we would like to present to you - that are still not familiar with - a fantastic set of free solutions, but that surely... read more
Thursday, January 31, 2013 11:53:00 AM
When you think about a painter, which is the first tool that comes to your head? Probably you thought about a paint can or a brush, correct? And when we speak of a handyman, what do you remember? Now probably must have thought about a hammer or saw.
This is fine, because all professions have its tools commonly associated with. But when we talk about a telecommunications professional? Now it is not so easy to say what would be the tool…
But this answer is becoming... read more
Monday, March 19, 2012 11:46:00 PM
The Drive Test is an excellent way to evaluate network, and we also talked here in telecomHall about some tips and best practices to perform it.
As we have seen, it can be used in several areas. Today we will present a few tips for a specific type of Drive Test: quality routes.
Note: All telecomHall articles are originally written in Portuguese. Following we translate to English and Spanish. As our time is short, maybe you find some typos (sometimes we just use ... read more
Thursday, November 04, 2010 8:38:00 PM
Hi folks, after some time away, I decided to return. :) Because Google Earth is one of my favorite program, it is fair that I restart the publication of new tips with it.
NOTE: This feature is available with new version. Check anounce here http://google-latlong.blogspot.com/2010/06/announcing-google-earth-52.html.
So today we'll see a very nice facility, and many people do not know - and does not use: Heights Profile!
First Tutorial - Important
Before proceeding: if... read more
Thursday, March 18, 2010 8:00:00 PM
Of all the programs that have emerged in recent times, no doubt, Google Earth is a favorite of most people.
In fact, many people like quite a number of other Google services. This scenario has made it almost mandatory to use Google Earth, either as a User, in the analysis, or going one step further, creating applications with the same.
A bit of history
Google Earth is a program of geographic information, maps and all the earth by the superimposition of... read more