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Digital Signal Processing, MSc - At the institution - Greenwich - Greater London
This programme provides an opportunity to specialise in the design and implementation of modern digital signal processing systems both in terms of hardware and software. Data collection, analysis, filtering and presentation are studied and extensive simulation and applications are examined. The programme develops technical skills and knowledge at an advanced level as well as developing the professional, analytical and management skills of students. The programme offers subject specialism underpinned by the major research project. Many of these are derived from our industrial links, and a number are proposed by students, reflecting their personal interests or experience of their employers.
Entry Requirements A degree in electrical and/or electronic engineering with a 2.2 grade or equivalent. Where English is not the first language, a language qualification is required, such as IELTS scoring 6.0. Students without a first degree but with professional and vocational experience (e.g. Incorporated Engineer (IEng) or Chartered Engineer (CEng) status) may be considered, subject to demonstrating the potential to succeed
Digital Signal Processing, MSc
The School seeks to make the postgraduate experience both challenging and rewarding, and by working closely with industry, strives to ensure the industrial relevance of its programmes.
* Strategy and Management
* Research Methodology
* Embedded System Design
* Advanced Digital Signal Processing
* Multiple Technology Integration
* Individual Project and Dissertation
One from a choice that includes (subject to availability):
* Advanced Control and Instrumentation Systems
* Power Engineering
* Digital Signal Processing
* Low Power Systems
* Computer Simulation
* Real-time Systems
A variety of opportunities from the control of complex plant through to smaller-scale applications such as the automotive sector