Mobile Radio Technologies
In first-cycle (BSc Eng.) studies, our students have the opportunity to become familiar with the fundamentals of digital transmission systems, radiocommunications, cell networks (2G-5G), WLANs (in the IEEE 802.11 standard – WiFi) and WPANs (in the Bluetooth standard). Moreover, they obtain practical knowledge on high-level language programming and developing applications for mobile devices (e.g. smartphones, tablets) with Android and iOS. In second-cycle (MSc) studies, students learn about advanced mobile and satellite communication systems, sensor networks, solutions for the Internet-of-Things, programmable and cognitive radio technologies, advanced coding techniques, principles of cell network design, space communications and vehicle-to-vehicle communication systems (also between autonomous vehicles). Students have many opportunities to team up and participate in research and development projects dealing with modern mobile radio technologies.