Communication Systems and Networks (SRC*)
The generalist ICT engineer uses high-tech transmission technology to design and develop telecommunications systems. Research and development, specifications, design, simulation, start-up, testing and the integration of digital and analog electronic systems in the fields of telecommunications and networks are all part of the ICT engineer’s responsibilities.
Courses : 3 main subject areas
- Analog and digital electronics
- Signals and telecommunications
- Computing and Networks
Understanding concepts (Year 3)
Basic scientific disciplines: mathematics (analysis, probability, statistics), waves, electromagnetic propagation, analog electronics, the electronics of linear systems, analog system processing (determinist and random), computing, programmable logic,
C language and computer architecture.
Specialist areas (Year 4)
Antennas, wave guides, hyperfrequency circuits, radar, sonar, digital electronics,
the electronics of nonlinear systems, digital signal processing (DSP), VHDL, digital communications, radiocommunications, fiber optics and networks, the theory of detection, the theory of information, computing (C++), digital resolution methods.
Diversification (Year 5)
Antenna arrays, electromagnetic compatibility, communication networks, advanced communication techniques, digital communications (equalisation, channel coding), digital systems.
Options available in Year 5
- Radio engineering and hyper-frequency
- Digital design
- Network design
Advantages of the course
- Practicals, Technical projects
- Case studies in a real environment
- Work in a design office
* In French
Head of SRC department