BSc Mobile Communications

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  • Objectives
    The mobile communications industry continues to expand, enabling advances in many areas including business, entertainment and personal communications. New technologies are being introduced such as mobile computing and satellite based mobile telephony. Well-trained individuals are needed to support and manage the development of products and services for these new markets. This course has been developed with assistance from Cable and Wireless, Ericsson, Nokia and Orange, ensuring it is immediately relevant in the job market.
  • Entry requirements
    Entry Requirements 200 UCAS points from a minimum of two A2 levels including one technical subject eg CDD in three A2 level subjects. Equivalent qualifications will also be considered. Mature candidates with relevant industrial experience are encouraged to apply.
  • Academic title
    BSc Mobile Communications
  • Course description
    BSc Mobile Communications


    Credit Level 4

    -Circuits and Systems
    -Communication and Media Systems
    -Computing for Electronics
    -Digital Systems
    -Engineering Principles or Mathematics for Communications
    -Real-Time Audio Project

    Credit Level 5

    -Analogue Electronic Design Project
    -Broadcast Media Systems
    -Communication Signal Processing
    -Communications Systems
    -Data Transmission Project
    -Embedded Microprocessor System Project
    -Engineering Software
    -Professional Engineering Practice

    Credit Level 6

    -Cellular Radio Networks
    -Computing and Networks
    -Digital Signal Processing
    -Individual Project
    -Industrial Management
    -Mobile Radio Systems
    Options, choose one from:
    -DSP Implementations
    -Real-Time and Embedded Systems
    -Sound and Image Processing Systems
    -Video Broadcasting

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