Digital Communication


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Enrolled students are taught Network Simulator, Modern DSP, Antennas and Advanced Digital Communication through hands-on training. They are hired as Telecom Engineers in satellite communication, mobile communication, network security and IP telephony, radio, optical and wired data communication systems.

M.Tech. in Digital Communication is a 2- year course divided into 4 semesters, focusing on both theoretical and practical exposure to students in communication and networking areas. It is designed to offer a modern, industry-oriented education in communication applications. M.Tech. in Digital Communication program aims at producing trained professionals who can successfully meet the demands. Telecommunication Engineers manage a variety of communication technologies. They research, design and develop satellite and cable systems, mobile phones, radio waves, the internet, and email. 
It is one of the fastest-growing telecommunication Industry

M.Tech in Digital Communication: Syllabus and Course Structure

A semester- wise breakup of the course is given here

Semester I
  • Linera Algebra.
  • Antenna theory and design.
  •  Advanced digital communication.
  • Probably and random process.
  • Elective 1.
  • Project/Seminar.
Semester II
  • Wireless communication.
  • RF and microwave circuit design.
  • Wireless and mobile networks.
  • Synthesis and optimization of digital circuits.
  • Elective 2.
  • Project phase 2/Seminar.
Semester III
  • Error control coding.
  • Elective 3.
  • Elective 4.
  • Project phase 4.
  • Evaluation of project phase 1
Semester II
  • Evaluation of Project phase 1.
  • Evaluation of Project phase 2.
  • Project phase evaluation and viva voice.



  • Telephone Industries.
  • Civil Aviation.
  • Defense.
  • NPHIL.
  • Railways.
  • Power Sector.
  • Hardware Manufacturing Industries.
  • Television Industries.
  • Research and Development Organizations.

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