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Comments about Master Wireless Networks (Physical Pathway) - At the institution - London - Greater London
You should have a first or upper-second class degree in Electronic Engineering, Computer Science, Mathematics, or a related discipline. Applicants with unrelated degrees will be considered if there is evidence of significant industrial experience. Applicants with lower-second class degrees may be considered if the undergraduate degree specialised in relevant subjects. Applicants should have a first degree that included Electromagnetics and be familiar with such topics as Maxwell’s Equations and basic antenna theory.
MSc Wireless Networks (Physical Pathway)
One year full-time
This pathway is aimed at graduates planning to work in wireless telecommunications sector, especially those concerned with the radio aspects. The programme covers topics ranging across all layers in the wireless and mobile networking fields, but with particular emphasis on the physical layer of wireless cellular telephony, ad hoc networks and wireless LANs. Included are in depth studies on antenna design for mobile networks and electromagnetics aspects.
At the end of the programme you will be equipped with the skills needed for a wide range of jobs in the expanding telecommunications industry, with particular emphasis on those that are relevant to the needs of wireless equipment manufacturers and operators.
* Fundamentals of Digital Signal Processing
* Advanced Transform Methods
* Internet Infrastructure
* CAD Techniques for RF Electromagnetics.
* Satellite Communications
* Wireless Networks
* Antennas for Mobile Applications
* Radio Wave Propagation for Wireless Communications.
All students are required to take written examinations in May/June. To obtain an MSc, students must gain passes in six of the eight modules taken with an overall average of 50 per cent.
In addition to the above, the MSc requires that a satisfactory individual project should be completed. MSc students who do not pass the written examinations are only allowed to attempt the project after passing resit examinations the following May.