Wireless Technologies comprise the scientific and professional area related to the principles of electromagnetic waves generation, transmission, propagation and reception in the area of radio- and optical frequencies; devices and software characteristics and design for the above mentioned purposes; wireless and optical networks and systems architecture which apply the methods of sound, picture and data processing and transmission; electromagnetic compatibility; wireless networks and systems planning and design (mobile communication networks, optical networks, broadcasting systems, terrestrial and satellite communication systems, wireless access, metropolitan, local networks, navigation and radar systems).
Students are educated to work in the telecommunication industry, with public mobile wireless networks operators, broadcasting companies, transmitting and communications service providers, companies with private networks, small and medium enterprise companies which design, install and maintain wireless systems, with government administration on frequency planning, regulations and radio spectrum monitoring, in education and research.
A student whose degree is not in Electrical engineering and information technology is required additional coursework as follows:
- Students holding bachelor degree in Computing have to enrol the following “bridge” course
- Electromagnetic Fields (6 ECTS)
- Students holding bachelor degree in Electrical engineering will have to enrol additional courses depending on a difference between their bachelor curriculum and the bachelor curriculum in Electrical engineering and information technology at FER. Additional courses will be defined individually for each applicant by the Admission Committee.