The MSc Programme ‘Wireless Communication Systems’, aims to give students a general understanding of all aspects of cellular and broadband wireless communication systems. The Programme covers wireless design techniques, system architectures, dimensioning, security topics, applications and services. The Programme also offers the specialised knowledge required, including theory, technologies, and relevant design techniques, as a prerequisite for designing cellular (e.g. GSM/UMTS/LTE) and small, medium and large-scale wireless broadband (e.g. 802 based) systems.
Students will have the opportunity to apply the theoretical knowledge gained from the Programme modules, not only through their final year Master Thesis, but also through specialised laboratory modules. It has to be noted that the physical presence of the students is not required during the laboratory modules. The laboratory modules are assignment-based and they are carried out by the students remotely through their personal computers. During these modules, students will design and deploy realistic wireless systems, through wireless design simulators, design and test localisation/tracking algorithms for Location Based Services (LBS), and experiment with security applications through their own computer.
As part of the Programme, students will also be taught generic and domain-specific research techniques and will be able to develop these techniques and the specific skills required for successfully completing their final year MSc thesis project.
WHY CHOOSE TO ATTEND?
The MSc Programme in Wireless Communication Systems is open to individuals of any background. Typically, people may hold management, technical or other position, in IT, Telecommunication companies, government departments, consultancy agencies and educational establishments. The Programme would also be of interest to people looking for a career change.
Normally, graduates of Wireless Communication Systems can be employed by technology and IT companies, mobile operators, wireless equipment vendors, consultancy agencies and government departments.
European Credit Units - ECTS: 120
Teaching Language: Greek
Level of Studies: Postgraduate
Title to be Awarded: Magister Scientiae (MSc)
The minimum requirement for admission to a postgraduate programme is an undergraduate degree from an accredited Higher Education Institution.
Solid command of the English language
Good Computer Skills
The total cost of the fees for this postgraduate programme is 5,400 Euro.
The Programme is no longer available for admission applications.
|Modules||Semester||Compulsory / Elective||Prerequisite Modules||Corequisite Modules||Work Load|
|SAE 511||Digital Communications||1||Compulsory||250 - 300||10|
|SAE 610||Wireless Communications||1||Compulsory||250 - 300||10|
|AYD 620||Computer and Network Security||1||Compulsory||250 - 300||10|
|SAE 521||Research Methods||2||Compulsory||250 - 300||10|
|SAE 613||Communication Systems||2||Compulsory||SAE511||250 - 300||10|
|SAE 612||Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing||2||Compulsory||SAE610||250 - 300||10|
|SAE 611||Lab Ι||3||Compulsory||SAE511, SAE610||SAE613||375 - 450||15|
|SAE 621||Lab ΙΙ||4||Compulsory||SAE511, SAE610||SAE613||375 - 450||15|
|SAE701A||Master Thesis Ι||3||Compulsory||SAE511, SAE521, SAE610, SAE613||375 - 450||15|
|SAE701B||Master Thesis ΙΙ||4||Compulsory||SAE511, SAE521, SAE610, SAE611, SAE612, SAE620||SAE701A||375 - 450||15|
|Total||3000 - 3600||120|
SAE 511: Digital Communications, 10 ects
SAE 610: Wireless Communications, 10 ects
AYD 620: Computer and Network Security, 10 ects
SAE 521: Research Methods, 10 ects
SAE 613: Communication Systems, 10 ects
SAE 612: Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing, 10 ects
SAE 611: Lab Ι, 15 ects
SAE 621: Lab ΙΙ, 15 ects
SAE701A: Master Thesis Ι, 15 ects
SAE701B: Master Thesis ΙΙ, 15 ects
Adjunct Faculty (Tutors)