Students intending to qualify in this Engineering Area must include at least eight of the modules listed below.
|3B1||Radio Frequency Electronics|
|3B2||Integrated Digital Electronics|
|3B4||Electric drive systems|
|3F1||Signals and Systems|
|3F2||Systems and Control|
|3F3||Statistical Signal Processing|
|3G4||Medical Imaging and 3D Computer Graphics|
Electrical and Information Sciences covers a very broad area. The B modules cover a wide range of electronic circuits and devices, whilst the F modules cover the digital representation and processing of signals, and the manipulation of data in computers. A student in this area will be seeking to gain a broad overview of systems, from the signals that flow through them to the hardware platforms that implement them. Although many students will choose to do mostly B modules or mostly F modules depending on their inclination towards the electrical or information side, students who specialise exclusively in one or the other should consider one of the other B/F Engineering Areas.
Specialist advice on this Engineering Area can be obtained from the Engineering Area coordinator, Professor M Smith
Last updated on 23/08/2019 10:29