B.Tech in Electronics and Computer Engineering- Communication Systems

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Communication Engineering is concerned with the study of systems, satellites, television, telephones, radar, and navigation, among other things. Communication Engineering is a relatively recent field of study. Numerous institutions in India offer postgraduate degrees in Communications Engineering, resulting in MTech degrees. A communication engineer`s function is to conduct research, develop, design, and participate in the manufacturing of communication equipment. Communications Engineering provides several career prospects in the telecommunications industry, which includes radio, television, telephone, and mobile communication, as well as computers. Communication engineers may also find employment as technicians, engineers, and researchers with space agencies. Academic positions such as lecturers, professors, and researchers are available. Companies providing technical services—This category comprises businesses that provide legal, accounting, architectural, engineering, scientific, and technical consulting services. Government departments-Communication engineers may seek employment in PSUs or at DRDO, ISRO, BARC, and a variety of other government agencies. Communication engineers might operate in central offices or electronic service centres. Communication engineers may collaborate with transportation providers to estimate the effect of new developments, create reports for planning authorities, and analyse and interpret data collected during transportation studies. Communication abilities, technical understanding, and creativity are required to succeed as a Communication Engineer. Additionally, communication engineers might have administrative and technical positions. Individuals with expertise in this subject may opt to work as contract consultants.


Level: Graduate Duration: 4 years Mode: Full time Eligibility: 10+2 in Science stream or equivalent from a recognised board with minimum 55% of marks.


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