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Doctoral Program in Telecommunications

General information

Official Code: 5285
Acronym: MAP-T


  • Doctorate in Telecommunications (180 ECTS credits)
  • Advanced Studies (3rd cycle) in Telecommunications (60 ECTS credits)

Courses Units

Signal Processing: Principles and Applications

MAP-T021 - ECTS The objectives of this course are twofold. On one hand a review is made of the basic deterministic and stochastic signal processing concepts and techniques which are important for the representation, analysis, and design of discrete time signals and systems. The main purpose of this review is to harmonize the background of the students on core signal processing topics. On the other hand, more advanced topics including multirate filter banks, power spectral estimation, inverse problems, chaotic signals and systems and combinatorial optimization, are also discussed that relate to important application areas including signal modelling, estimation and detection, broadband multimedia coding and communication, and analysis of large data sets.

Communication Networks

MAP-T002 - ECTS The main objective of this course is to present the fundamentals of modern telecommunications systems and simultaneously enable students to consolidate and integrate previously acquired knowledge in this area. The course will mainly focus on two subjects: the network basic mechanisms and the TCP/IP architecture. The course will rely on a laboratorial component that will enable students to complement their theoretical knowledge with a set of guided experiments that will embrace the different layers and protocols of the TCP/IP architecture.

Digital Communication Systems

The curricular unit is not designed to be an exhaustive survey of the area of digital communications. On one hand, it revisits or complements students’ background in digital communications. On the other hand, it brings to students’ attention some of the challenges and open issues of the field that are currently under vigorous investigation.

RF Circuits and Subsystems


Optical Communications


This course aims to provide students with the fundamentals of optical communication systems and networks, by presenting the current scenarios (network core and access), and discussing next-generation optical networks (NGN).

Thesis Workplan


Wireless Networks and Protocols

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