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MSc in Communications Engineering

Course Description

Programme Overview

The MSc in Communications Engineering is a one year full-time taught programme which makes extensive use of the knowledge and expertise from our well established Communications and Signal Processing Research Group.
It is intended to provide students with a good understanding of the techniques and issues in modern communications systems, with an emphasis on wireless and Internet communications. It provides students with:
*A balanced picture of modern communications technology and networks
*A sound theoretical and practical knowledge of radio communication techniques, signal processing, network protocols, and the design and optimisation of communication networks
*The ability to learn new techniques as they are developed
*Experience of the use of industry-standard tools to make them attractive candidates for employers throughout the field of modern communications

The programme aims to provide a broad-based introduction to modern communications and to provide a solid grounding in the theory and techniques suitable for students wishing to pursue a career in electronic communications.

Visit the MSc in Communications Engineering page on the University of York website for more details!

Entry Requirements

2:1 or equivalent in electronics, or other engineering or computing degree courses with a significant mathematics and signal processing content. Also consider applications from students with lower qualifications, particularly when the student has high marks in relevant modules and/or appropriate industrial experience. As a minimum, students are expected to be familiar with concepts such as complex numbers, calculus, Fourier analysis, decibels, statistics, and to have used the Internet.

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