High frequency electronics and telecommunications are daily applications of our modern life. The aim of the "Communicating systems specialization is to give students the knowledge necessary for professions linked to digital communication, embedded systems, or the design of systems which work on radio or microwave frequencies.
The specialization mainly prepares students to work in technical project teams in the high frequency electronics sectors, but may also lead them to work in research or development in public or industrial laboratories, after completing a doctorate. There are many companies and establishments wotking in the field, for example: Alcatel, Bouygues Télécom, Dassault Aviation, EADS, France Télécom R&D, Motorola, Nortel Networks, ONERA, Renault, Sagem, Sextant Avionique, the SNCF, Thalès, Valéo.
The scientific domains covered are multidisciplinary and include advanced knowledge of analog and digital electronics, electromagnetism, modeling and communications simulation, as well as giving a good knowledge of the systems used currently.
The specialization is run in collaboration with TELECOM ParisTech
The specialization is organized into three programs:
Dates reflect the university's timezone.
The specialization is open, in second year, to students who have passed a certain number of papers, to third year engineering school students and to all candidates whose professional experience can be validated.
Depend on the students' academic records.
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