Signal processing, Coding and Visual communication study line
Processing and transmission of signals in communication systems. This includes data compression, video coding and advanced signal processing utilizing e.g., machine learning.
Purpose and Content
This master study line is composed of courses aimed at providing the foundations for development of methods for signal processing in communication systems and the technologies to transmit these signals. The technologies include both wired technologies as well as wireless communication. The study line is focused on the signals and processing of these signals in communication systems. This covers both signal processing for the physical media for transmission, as well as signals close to the users and applications, e.g. processing of natural signals such as audio, images, or video to match them to the transmission environment provided. The reason for this dual approach is that there is a common basis for the processing methods.
The graduates from this study line are mostly working in that part of industry where the physical realizations of communication equipment is taking place. The most well-known example from Denmark is probably the advanced mobile and wireless communication industry including operators. However, there are also a number of possibilities in smaller less known companies, in communication sectors as well as e.g. companies within industrial or traffic control. Another part of the graduates are employed by the growing industry for production of advanced multimedia, such as broadcasting companies, producers of video equipment or internet applications.
Structure of Studies
This study line requires that the students fulfill the requirements specified in the admission description of the programme in Communication and System Design described in the programme specification.
In addidtion to the compulsory courses and requirements listed in the Curriculum, the following rules apply for this study line:
In the Core competence course - specific, the student must select the following 20 ECTS points:
|Autumn E2 (Mon 13-17, Thurs 8-12)
|Synthesis Project for Communication Technologies
|Spring F5B (Wed 13-17) and June
|FPGA design for communication systems
|Spring F5 (Wed 8-17)
For the Advanced programme specific courses, the student must choose a total of 20 ECTS within the list below (if total of more than 20 ECTS of technological specialisation courses are chosen, they will count in the Electives category).
|Algebraic Error-Correcting Codes
|Spring F4B (Fri 8-12)
|Design of Digital Systems
|Autumn E2B (Thurs 8-12)
|Machine learning for signal processing
|Autumn E1B (Thurs 13-17)
|Data Science, Compression and Image Communication
|Spring F4B (Fri 8-12)
|Digital video technology
|Spring F4A (Tues 13-17)
|Advanced image and video coding
|Autumn E4A (Tues 13-17)
|Advanced forward error correction and iterative decoding
A recommended study program for each semester is shown below:
Signal processing, Coding and Visual communication, Skema
Global communication network... Global communication network infrastructure and design
Machine learning for signal processing
Project work in Global communication... Project work in Global communication network infrastructure and design
FPGA design for communication systems
Data Science, Compression and Image... Data Science, Compression and Image Communication
Digital video technology
Networking technologies and application... Networking technologies and application development for Internet of Things (IoT)
Innovation in Engineering (Polytechnical... Innovation in Engineering (Polytechnical Foundation)