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fabio
Post subject: rf engineer vs mobile comm engineer ?????Posted: Sun Aug 28, 2005 7:47 am
hi all ,

i am a new fresh graduate communication engineer, i want to complete my MSc degree but really i am confused , i have two choices, MSc in modern digital and radio frequency wireless communications and the other one is MSc in mobile communications, i cant decide because i dont have the experience in the field, if i want to work in a mobile communication company , are the two MSc the same ????????
what is the diffrences??? please help meeee ..


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WalshCode0
Post subject: Posted: Sun Aug 28, 2005 10:22 am

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Hmm ..they are pretty much the same. Look at it this way.. Mobile communications are a subset of RF wireless communication. In a company like Motorola, Nortel, Nokia, Ericsson (referred to as "vendors") there is need for both but in companies like Verizon, Cingular, Alltel, Sprint -Nextel (refrred to as "carriers") the former would be mainly preferred.

Hope that kinda guided you ...

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