This masters programme links classical communications engineering practice with state-of-the-art DSP techniques. It is well suited to graduate design engineers, as well as managers working in the modern communications and electronics industries.
The programme is tailored to provide an up-to-date engineering educational experience and specialist skills to meet the increasing worldwide demand for high calibre R&D and design engineers in modern telecommunications and information industries. The contents cover a wide range of technologies of modern communication systems including wireless terrestrial and satellite communications supported by advanced DSP and Multimedia wideband networks and compression techniques.
- Regularly updated to keep it at the forefront of employer requirements and excellent career prospects - System-oriented analytical skill in communications theory - Hands-on experience in signal processing - The school has gained national and international recognition for its research in satellite communications, data storage, and digital signal processing. - Resources available include a DSP laboratory, a new Networks laboratory funded in part by CISCO, a separate postgraduate study room with full Internet and specialist software, and a dedicated communications laboratory - Strong collaboration with BT's Goonhilly satellite earth station and other companies eg Orange (France Telecom).
A minimum of BSc (Hons) 2:2 for MSc and BSc (Hons) 2:1 for MRes in electronic engineering or related subject; students from physical science or professional backgrounds may be considered; entry to the MRes is via initial entry to the MSc.
Recipient: Plymouth University
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