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Major Md Rakibul Hassan

Deputy Director (Systems & Services Department)
Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission
Cell: +880-1552202725

Email: /

Internet search keywords: “raqueeb hassan”

PGP/GnuPG Fingerprint: 1D41 F47D 577A F7FB 426B C09A 351B 0B6E 9954 E658

1. Objectives.

a. Immidiate Objective. To submit brief account of my resume with a special attention to

my telecommunication qualifications, training and work experience.

b. Ultimate Objective. To serve Bangladesh better.

2. Technical Trainings - USA.

a. Course on ‘Automated Spectrum Management Systems’.

(1) Institution. TCI International, Inc. Fremont, CA 94538, USA.

(2) Duration. 10 March 2008 to 21 March 2008, 02 Weeks.
(3) Course Contents:

(a) DSP based engineering analysis: (e.g. field strength, interference [harmonic
and intermodulation products of co-located transmitters], band allocation, terrain
profile plot [Fresnel zone], field-strength plotting on maps, LOS visibility path
between sites).

(b) Statistical accounts of relevant data: (e.g. number of applications

approved, pending, incomplete or rejected; license status; financial records; and
complaints received, resolved, and rejected).

b. Course on ‘Spectrum Monitoring Systems’.

(1) Institution. TCI International, Inc. Fremont, CA 94538, USA.

(2) Duration. 25 February 2008 to 05 March 2008, 02 Weeks.
(3) Course Contents:

(a) Measuring direction finding (DF) using angle of arrival (AOA) and it’s time
difference of arrival (TDOA), detection and capture of very weak signal in crowded
RF environment using instantenous bandwidth deducting antenna and receiver
noise figure.

(b) Analyzing the spectrum violation detection in scheduled and interactive

measurement, EMC computation, path loss, link analysis, antenna height analysis,
frequency planning [Freq. vs. signal to-noise].

a. Course on ‘Information Systems OP-Analyst 531-74B10’.

(1) Institution. US Army Signal Center [ICT], Fort Gordon, Georgia, USA.

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(2) Duration. 02 December 2002 to 02 April 2003, 552 Hours.
(3) Course Contents.
(a) Automation Information Security
(b) Administration of UNIX (Solaris) and Windows Server
(c) Configuration of Cisco Switches and Routers
(d) TCP/IP, administration of networks
(e) IP based Defence Messaging System based on X.400 etc.

b. Course on ‘Information Assuarance Security Officer Certification Course’.

(1) Institution. US Army Signal Center, Fort Gordon, Georgia, USA.

(2) Duration. 02 December 2002 to 09 December 2002, 40 Hours.
(3) Course Contents.
(a) Information Security [US Army Grade].
(b) Information security awareness.

c. Course on ‘Fort Gordon Computer User Security Training Course’.

(1) Institution. US Army Signal Center, Fort Gordon, Georgia, USA.

(2) Duration. 25 November 2002 to 27 November 2002, 20 Hours.
(3) Course Contents.
(a) Computer Security.
(c) Computer Security within US Army Base.

d. Sub-course on ‘Installation of the Automatic Telephone Central Office AN/TTC-41(V)2’.

(1) Institution. US Army Correspondence Program, AIPD, USA.

(2) Duration. Correspondence Program.
(3) Course Contents.
(a) Preparation of AN/TTC-41 for use.
(b) Installation and making signal connection to AN/TTC-41.

e. Sub-course on ‘Operation of the Automatic Telephone Central Office AN/TTC-41(V)2


(1) Institution. US Army Correspondence Program, AIPD, USA.

(2) Duration. Correspondence Program.
(3) Course Contents.

(a) Start up procedures of AN/TTC-41.

(b) Operating procedures of AN/TTC-41.

3. Technical Training - Germany.

a. Course on SIEMENS’s ‘HICOM 300E Basic System Communication Services’.

(1) Institution. Information & Communications Networks Training Institute, Munich.

(2) Duration. 13 November 2000 to 08 December 2000.
(3) Course Contents.
(a) Administration, maintenance procedures, database storing.
(b) Error diagnostic, AMO level training, Lab practices.

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b. Course on SIEMENS’s ‘HICOM 300E Networking Services’.
(1) Institution. Siemens ICN Training Institute, Munich.
(2) Duration. 11 December 2000 to 22 December 2000.
(3) Course Contents.

(a) Network Structures, Network synchronization, numbering schemes.

(d) Transmission Media, S0, S2 Interfaces, ISDN, Lab practices.
(e) Signaling/Protocols CorNet-N, E-DSS1, QSIG, practical exercises.

4. Telecommunication Trainings- BSNL [ALTTC and BRBRAITT], India

a. Course on ‘Concept of Design and Implementation of MPLS Core Network’.

(1) Institution. BRBRA Institute of Telecom Training, BSNL, Jabalpur, India.

(2) Duration. 24 November, 2008 to 06 December, 2008 (02 weeks).
(3) Course Contents.
(a) MPLS Core Network requirements and Network Design Elements.
(b) L3 MPLS/VPN services in MPLS/IP network, IPv6 over MPLS Networks.
(c) QoS, MP-BGP, Traffic Engineering, and Network Recovery.
(d) Concept of Service level Agreement and design, enterprise design study.

b. Course on ‘Next Generation Network (NGN) and IP based TAX (Trunk Automatic

(1) Institution. Advanced Level Telecom Training Center, BSNL, Ghaziabad, India.
(2) Duration. 10 September 2007 to 14 September 2007.
(3) Course Contents.
(a) NGN Protocols, IMS, migration strategies to NGN.
(b) Legacy service access via IMS-SSF, MBMS, CSI, VCC.
(c) 3GPP IMS architecture, MGCF, CSCF, S/Proxy-CSCP routing behaviours.
(d) Protocol analysis, i.e. SIP, RTP/RTCP/MEGACO/H.248/323
(e) IP addressing VSLM/CIDR, VLAN, RIP, OSPF and BGP at length.

5. Telecommunication Training- PTA, Pakistan

a. Training Workshop on ‘Implementing Mobile Number Portability (MNP)’.

(1) Institution. ITU ASP CoE Network, Pakistan Telecom Authority Node, Pakistan.
(2) Duration. 22 August 2007 to 24 August 2007.
(3) Course Contents.
(a) Strategic role of MNP in a competitive market.
(b) Technologies and Networking: Database concepts (distributed).
(c) Number Portability Clearing House Interface Specifications and Schema.
(d) Call routing mechanism, interface, inter-operability (Mobile-to-Mobile,
(e) Guideline for Preparation of RFP/ToR.

b. ITU On-line course on ‘Porting Process Guidelines and Regulations on MNP’ [follow-up].

(1) Institute. ITU ASP CoE Network, Pakistan Telecom Authority Node, Pakistan.
(2) Duration. 21 January 2008 to 29 February 2008.
(3) Course Contents. [Follow up on-line course to previous training]

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a) Porting process guidelines, process flow & message exchanges.
b) Financial obligation settlement, inter-operator charging and settlement.
c) Portability domain (geographic, service, operators etc.), all routings.
d) Implementation timeframe estimation and MNP project Implementation.

6. Technical Trainings- SIEMENS, BDCERT/JPCERT Dhaka

a. Training on ‘Operation and Maintenance of Microwave SRA L Radio’.

(1) Institution. SIEMENS Bangladesh Limited.

(2) Duration. 11 February 2007 to 20 February 2007.
(3) Course Contents.

(a) Overview of PDH Radio System - SRA L.

(b) FFZ calculation, mechanical design.
(c) SRA L system operation and trouble shooting.

b. Training on ‘Operation and Maintenance of Microwave SRA L XD Radio’.

(1) Institution. SIEMENS Bangladesh Limited.

(2) Duration. 22 February 2007 to 01 March 2007.
(3) Course Contents.

(a) New features of PDH Radio System - SRA L XD.

(b) SRAL XD System Operation, software management.
(c) IP management and the network troubleshooting.

c. Training on ‘Operation and Maintenance of Flexible Multiplexer, FMX’.

(1) Institution. SIEMENS Bangladesh Limited.

(2) Duration. 04 March 2007 to 08 March 2007.
(3) Course Contents.

(a) Features, E1 to tie-line configuration, fractional E1 usability.

(b) Sofware configuration for data card, troubleshooting.
(c) Multiplexer as a service.

d. Training Workshop on Information Security + [1 day Conference].

(1) Organizers. BDCERT & JPCERT/CC [Japanese CERT].

(2) Duration. 04 November 2008 to 06 November 2008.

(3) Course Contents.

(a) Incident handling, incident analysis, PGP/GPG signing.

(b) Network monitoring, monitoring exercises, required tools.
(c) CSIRT Tools, CSIRT Information Gathering.

7. Trainings from Signals Communications School, Bangladesh Army.

a. Signal Officers Basic Course, (SOBC-16).

(1) Duration. 17 Apr 1993 to 10 Mar 1994 (47 Weeks, = 1640 periods)
(2) Course Contents. (Only relevent courses are cited)

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(a) Electricity & Magnetism. (b) Applied Mathematics.
(c) Electronic Technology (d) Aerial Propagation.
(e) Modern Communication. (f) Radio Relay Theory.
(g) Digital Technique (DT). (h) Signal Equipment.
(j ) Electronic Warfare. (k) Battery Charging.
( l) Telephony, Line Transmission and Line laying theory.

b. Officers Radio Relay Course, (ORRC-5).

(1) Duration. 17 Apr 1993 to 10 Mar 1994 (47 Weeks, = 1640 periods)
(2) Course Contents. (Only relevent courses are cited)

(a) Electronics. (b) Antenna Theory.

(c) Radio Relay Theory (d) Comunication Exercises.
c. Officers Communication Planning and System Engineering Course, (OCPSEC-1)
(1) Duration. 08 Oct 2005 to 29 Dec 2005 (12 Weeks = 442 periods)
(2) Course Contents. (Only relevent courses are cited)

(a) Microwave & Radio comm System (b) Tactical Comm.

(c) Digital Exch, Line Communication. (d) Electronic Warefare.
(e) Frequency Distribution, Management. (f) Communication Exercise.
(g) Computer based Communication System.
(g) Preparation of Technical Specification /Project Work.

8. Operating System Trainings.

(a) Sun Educational Services.

(1) Solaris System Administration I (SA-238). -- Sep 2003.
(2) Solaris System Administration II (SA-238). -- Nov 2003.

(b) Linux (Slackware) Training from Grameen Cybernet (ISP). -- Sep 1998.

(c) Microsoft Official Curriculam, Microsoft India Ltd. (Hosted in Dhaka)

(1) Course on Windows NT Server 4.0 (Course-803). -- Mar 1997.

(2) Networking Essentials. -- Apr 1998.
(3) Implementing MS Windows NT 4.0 Enterprise Technologies (Course-689).
-- Feb 1998.
(4) Internetworking Microsoft TCP/IP on Windows NT 4.0 (Course-688).
-- Feb 1998.
(5) Fundamental of Windows NT Server 4.0 (Course-687) -- Aug 1998.
(6) Core Technologies of Microsoft Exchange Server 5.0 (Course-771).
-- Sep 1998.
(7) Implementing and Database Design on MS SQL Server 6.5 (Course-750).
-- Aug 1998.

9. Certifications

(a) Microsoft Certified Professional [MCP] Certification -- 19 Oct, 1998.

(b) Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer [MCSE] Certification -- 08 Apr, 1999.

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10. Programming Language Training.

(a) Programming C/C++ (CPP-01/09), Army Computer Training School, Dhaka

-- 7 July 2002 to 15 October 2002.
(b) Unix Scripting, self paced.

11. ITU on-line Training Course on “WiMAX Networks – 802.16 EEE Standard”

(1) Institution. ITU CoE for Americas Region along with ITBA and CITEL.
(2) Duration. 03 December 2007 to 15 February 2008.
(3) Course Contents.

(a) 802.16 high-level Architecture and the 802.16 family of standards

(b) 802.16 Medium Access Control and 802.16 physical layer
(c) Frequency reuse in fixed and mobile WiMAX networks
(d) Mobility management procedures

12. Contributions to the Rapporteur’s Groups (ITU-D Study Group 2/Block 3)

(1) Location: ITU Headquarters, Place Des Nations, Geneva 20, Switzerland.
(2) Duration: 18 March 2009 to 27 March 2009.
(3) Questioniares:
Question 10-2/2: Telecommunications for rural and remote areas; (18 – 19am March)
Question 22/2: Utilization of ICT for disaster management, resources, and active and
passive space based sensing systems as they apply to disaster and emergency relief
situations; (19pm –20 March)
Question 18-1/2: Implementation aspects of IMT-2000 and information-sharing on systems
beyond IMT-2000 for developing countries; (23 – 24am March)
Question 20-2/2: Examination of access technologies for broadband telecommunications;
(24pm –25 March)
Question 11-2/2: Examination of terrestrial digital sound and television broadcasting
technologies and systems, including cost/benefit analyses, interoperability of digital
terrestrial systems with existing analogue networks, and methods of migration from
analogue terrestrial techniques to digital techniques; (26 March)
Question 19-1/2: Strategy for migration from existing networks to next- generation
networks for developing countries; (27 March)

13. Conferences Attended

(a) The Evolution of WiMAX in Asia, ASEAN WiMAX Summit, 2007.

(1) Location: Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, KL, Malaysia.

(2) Duration: 20 November 2007 to 22 November 2007.

(b) Informa’s 3rd Annual LTE & HSPA Evolution Asia Conference, 2008.

(1) Location: Hotel Nikko Hong Kong, Kowloon, Hong Kong.

(2) Duration: 08 October 2008 to 10 October 2008.

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14. Educational Qualifications.

(a) Master of Science in Communications Engineering [MSCE].

(1) Institution. United International University, Dhaka.

(2) Commencement. 2007-[Attending with required undergrad pre-requisites]

(a) Bachelors of Arts.

(1) Institution. Chittagong University, Bangladesh Military Academy.

(2) Year of Passing. 1992
(3) Result.2nd Class (Economics, English, History)

(b) Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) Exam.

(1) Institution. Pabna Cadet College.

(2) Year of Passing. 1989
(3) Result.1st Division (General Math, Statistics)

(c) Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Exam.

(1) Institution. Pabna Cadet College.

(2) Year of Passing. 1987
(3) Result.1st Division (General Math, Higher Math)

15. Experience in Telecommunication Services.

a. Regulatory Experiences [BTRC]

Drafted/drafting major licensing guidelines as Licensing Team Coordinator:

(1) Broadband Wireless Access [BWA] -- Completed

(2) Call Center -- Completed
(3) 3G/HSPA/LTE -- On Going
(4) [Initial draft] Content Provider/Value Added Services
(5) [Initial draft] IP Telephony
(6) Mobile Number Portability [MNP] … -- On Going

a. Network Designing and Installation.

(1) First Modem Connectivity between Rangpur and Sayedpur. -- Apr, 1994.
(2) Internet connectivity solution to Comilla Cantonment. -- Feb, 2002.
(3) Proposal for IP connectivity of Ghatail Cantonment. -- Apr, 2005.
(4) Operation and Maintenace of SRA L Microwave Network. -- Jun, 2006.
(5) Army Headquarters. -- Jul, 2007.
(a) System Integrator on Groupware Solutions, [OCS, MS Exchange].
(b) Sun Solaris/FreeBSD solution developer and Administrator.
(c) Worked towards building security policies for Cisco based network solution.
(d) Developed Linux based SoftSwitch solutions for distant military Missions.
(6) BTRC, designed and rolled out corporate groupware and IP telephony solution.

b. Communication Provider in UN Mission, Congo (DRC).

(1) Tactical wireless (HF, VHF and UHF) communications.

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(2) Tactical communication (land line) with digital field exchanges.
(3) Internet connectivity over WIFI IEEE 802.11 hotspots.

16. Publications.

a. Numerous ICT Articles in Computer Tomorrow, the monthly Computer Magazine.

Couple of such preview copies: Corporate Internet solution with NAT’ed Linux box
Corporate Fax solution with Linux/BSD box
UNIX Scriptings
Windows MovieMaker2
[More can be provided on request]

b. Telecommunications Regulatory Articles (Only telecom related).

(1) The principles of Interconnection. -- Published in Prothom Alo Daily.
Preview copy:
(2) Open Courseware at MIT. -- Published in Prothom Alo Daily.
Preview copy:
(3) VoIP Peering and Triple Play. -- Published in Prothom Alo Daily.
Preview copy:
(4) VoIP regulation and the world. -- Cleared for Publication.
Preview copy:
(5) VoIP regulatory framework and some guidelines. -- Not cleared for Publication.
Preview copy:

17. Internet Presence

a. [Personal ideas, no organizational ideology is reflected].

b. Search engine keywords “raqueeb hassan” will return Internet presence since 1997.
c. PGP/GPG Fingerprint: or

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