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Communication Engineering - MSc


Course Description

This course provides an up-to-date view of communication systems and networking, including RF and microwave systems design. The syllabus covers:
-Digital communication theory
-Signal processing tools
-Microwave and optical circuit design techniques
-System level design of sensors
-Mobile and optical communication networks

The course is aimed at those with some previous undergraduate knowledge of communication engineering wanting to enhance their skills to an advanced level for a career in the communications industry. The course also serves as an excellent introduction for those wanting to pursue a career in research or wanting to study for a PhD.

Course description

This course provides an up-to-date view of communication systems and networking, including RF and microwave systems design. The syllabus covers:
-Digital communication theory
-Signal processing tools
-Microwave and optical circuit design techniques
-System level design of sensors
-Mobile and optical communication networks

The course is aimed at those with some previous undergraduate knowledge of communication engineering wanting to enhance their skills to an advanced level for a career in the communications industry. The course also serves as an excellent introduction for those wanting to pursue a career in research or wanting to study for a PhD.

Course unit details

The first semester contains mainly fundamental material on communication theory, signal analysis, antenna and microwave circuit design principles. The second semester covers the advanced material on wireless and optical communication systems and networks.

The first semester course work is examined in January while the second semester work is examined in May. Course work marks also contribute to the assessment.

The final four months of the programme, during the summer, are devoted to the dissertation project. Projects with industrial involvement are encouraged.

Career opportunities

On graduating you will be able to enter directly all areas of the modern communications/telecommunications engineering industry, including the fast growing mobile and wireless technology sectors. You will also be well prepared to begin PhD research programmes, which may lead to careers in research establishments and universities.

Visit the Communication Engineering - MSc page on the University of Manchester website for more details!



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Entry Requirements

The standard academic entry requirements for a Masters course will be a minimum of an upper second class UK honours degree, or international equivalent, in an electrical and electronic engineering discipline. Applicants should have previously studied communication engineering fundamentals and also have good programming skills (ie C++, Java, MATLAB).

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