This specialisation belongs to the Master's Electrical Engineering.
Telecommunication Engineering concentrates on optical signal processing and networks, mobile communications, microwave techniques and radiation from ICs and PCBs.
Our research concentrates on optical signal processing and networks, mobile communications, microwave techniques and radiation from ICs and PCBs. The TE group’s research can be divided in two principal areas:
- Short-Range Radio (SRR): The main issues in this research area are low power consumption, resilience to interference, on-chip integration (including antenna) and overall costs.
- Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC): The EMC group’s research focuses on modelling radiated emission and immunity of circuits at IC and PCB level, signal integrity of high-speed electronic circuits, development of test techniques for high-intensity electromagnetic fields, and the combination of two or more numerical methods for optimum prediction of Electromagnetic Interference.
The specialisation Telecommunication Engineering is directly linked with the research group Radio Systems and the Digital Society Institute. This means you will have excellent peer guidance and will be working on the newest challenges.