The demand for engineers in both wide-area and local-area communication networks is currently flourishing, and is expected to continue growing as multimedia data transmissions find more applications in everyday life. The latest communications standards have been hugely influential in accelerating dissemination of mobile telephony, internet-on-the-move, video and audio streaming and mobile computing. They have achieved truly compatible international communications for everyone, and society is displaying a voracious appetite for communications on a scale that surpasses even the most optimistic projections of a few short years ago.
The required qualification is equivalent to a good Honours degree from a UK university in electronic engineering or a good Honours degree in computer science, mathematics or other technological subject with a knowledge of mathematics and signal processing. Relevant work experience will be taken into account. If your first language is not English you will need an IELTS score of 6.5 or equivalent.
We also have a network laboratory for the design and evaluation of computer network architectures, an FPG A (Field Programmable Gate Array) laboratory for the latest chip creation technology, and an embedded systems laboratory for the development of systems using microcontrollers, digital signal processors and general-purpose microprocessors. These facilities are for the exclusive use of students and staff, providing resources that are among the best in the country.
Broadband Wireless Networks
Cellular Wireless Networks
Communication and Computer Networks
Option modules, choose three from:
DSP Design and Applications
Embedded System Design
Multirate Signal Processing
Network Modelling and Simulation
Network Security ? Real-Time Environments
Wireless System Design
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