Wireless communication and mobile computing are currently the largest growth sectors in electronics and are expected to continue growing in the future.
The impact on the consumer market is widespread with new mobile phones and tablets continually under development. Wireless communications is pervasive and extending to many everyday objects including vehicles, personal health, entertainment systems and the internet of things (IoT).
This one year full-time taught MSc integrates electronics, communications and computing from core principles to cutting-edge applications and provides you with valuable skills for future employment in this growth sector. One of the major features of the MSc is the teaching of embedded programming using ARM processors which are included in over 90% of all mobile phones. In addition to learning to program the processor during the group project, you will be involved in interfacing it to wireless nodes and sensors, and building real-world solutions to problems. We will provide you with your own development kit when you arrive.
The course content features: -Modules in computing (C and embedded programming), electronics, internet, mobile and data communications. -Specially designed modules to support recent developments in relevant technologies such as programming for embedded and mobile devices. -A 60 credit group project in which you will develop skills and knowledge that will prepare you for working in industry or undertaking further academic study. The project will involve the design and practical implementation of internet and wireless devices using ARM processors.
The project will involve the design and practical implementation of internet and wireless devices using ARM processors.
Students taking the Embedded Wireless Systems taught MSc have the use of departmental laboratories equipped with dedicated computing equipment including STMicro ARM processor and expansion boards and licences for Keil uVision embedded C compiler, these will be used in a variety of modules including the group project.
Applicants are normally expected to hold (or expected to gain) the equivalent of a 2:1 honours degree or above from a university recognised by the University of York. This degree should have a significant electronics and/or computing content. We are willing to consider applications from students with lower qualifications, particularly when the student has high marks in relevant modules and/or appropriate industrial experience.
24 March 2017
Recipient: University of York
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