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Post subject: i need help from rf engineers Posted: Fri Sep 02, 2005 11:13 am


Joined: Sun Aug 28, 2005 7:30 am
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hi all ;

really i cant decide about choosing my msc ( which is will change my future career ) because i am fesh graduate and i need the advice from engineers working in the field i am now confused about two msc:
the first msc is digital and radio frequency wireless communications, which is discuss indepth rf/microwave circuits design and also antennas are discussed in details.
while the second msc is msc in mobile communications, which is discuss the rf/microwave circuits design and the antennas briefly but it has module on audiovisual communications ( video compression, image and video coding standards: JPEG, JPEG2000, MPEG2, MPEG4...) and in my view the msc in mobile communications is much clearer while the msc in digital and radio frequency wireless communications is more complex,

digital and radio frequency modules are :
modern digital communication netwoks
fundementals of communications theory
DSP for communications
rf and microwave circuits fundementals
project pilot study
antennas and radio wave propogations
rf and microwave design for wireless communications
digital wirelass communications
cellular and wireless communications systems
main project

mobile communication modules are :
digital signals and communicatins theory
personal radio communications
communication channels
research project
mobile communications
audiovisual communications
project in mobile communications

what is the better for the future career in mobile communications company ? what the diffrences between those two msc in the work in general ?
i need an engineer has the experience in the field to help me .....
thank you in advance for your cooperation .

Posted  11/12/2012
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