Communications and Networking, Intermediate Studies as Elective Studies, 20 op
Mikko Valkama, Markku Renfors
|-||The ongoing and all-encompassing digitalization process, which will eventually penetrate all industries and the whole society, builds largely on efficient communications infrastructure. The associated Internet-of-Things (IoT) and Industrial Internet paradigms refer to the future connected and programmable world where not only people but also all things are able to communicate, and will have large impact and transformations in different vertical industries such as energy, transportation, logistics and manufacturing. Another prevailing trend in the society and industries is related to robotization and other different autonomous moving objects and machines, such as self-driving cars and drones, which also rely strongly on highly efficient and reliable wireless communications solutions.
Through this minor, the students learn the fundamental concepts, methods and tools of communications engineering, including basic wired and wireless networking technologies, which build the basis of, e.g., 2G/3G/4G/5G mobile radio networks and Internet.
|-||The purpose is to offer a flexible minor in the field of communications and networking, applicable for students of Computing and Electrical Engineering but also of other faculties.|
It is possible to replace the mandatory course with its Finnish counterpart (ELT-40002)
|ELT-40007 Basic Course on Communications Engineering||5 op||II|
Pakolliset vaihtoehtoiset opintojaksot
Choose at least one of the courses ELT-41206 and ELT-51108. It is also possible to replace either or both of these courses with their Finnish counterparts (ELT-41200, ELT-51101)
Must be selected at least 5 credits of courses
|ELT-41206 Basic Course on Wireless Communications||5 op||III|
|ELT-51108 Computer Networking I||5 op||II|
In addition to the listed courses, applicable software engineering or digital computing platforms related courses may also be selected. Contact the responsible persons of the study module for more details.
Should be completed to the minimum study module extent of 20 ETCS
Only intended as a minor