The global communications landscape has undergone a sea change, with new technology evolving every day, and out-of-the-box thinking. Terrestrial and satellite communications have long existed for a good number of decades in the past, as independent domains, but the future goes beyond these boundaries – a future of hybridized connectivity.
And here’s where the Undergraduate course on Advanced Communication Technology, offered by the Electronics and Communication Department at MVJ College of Engineering, comes in. Through this course, students are groomed and prepared to make intellectual contributions, embark on a lifelong career of personal and professional growth, and take up specializations at the Postgraduate level. The ECE department presents brilliant academic activities in the domains of wireless and optical communication, signal processing and computer vision, wireless sensor networks, and big data mining, and cognitive radio, in this programme. The students doing this course on Advanced Communication Technology are trained with the help of a state-of-art Curriculum, which providesthe strong foundation that they need for meeting their future responsibilities as leaders and researchers of upcoming communications applications.