Electronic communications

 

Networks and network technologies represent the basic form of organizing increasing number of users and their requirements regarding the capacity and method of data transmission. Students trained in the field of network technologies, become specialists, capable of giving their maximum contribution to the process of design, production, maintenance, administration and exploitation of network equipment and different types of networks, in accordance with the physical layer of transmitting signal, as well as mobile telecommunications networks.


Upon completion of the specialist studies, students can successfully take part in the design and installation of networks of various types, which opens a wide range of opportunities for employment with all companies that work on projects and installations of computer networks, cable TV, video surveillance, alarm and fire protection systems, mobile LAN/WAN/MAN networks, etc.


According to the curriculum of the study programme, the instruction is realized through lectures, classroom sessions and lab drill sessions.

Lectures are carried out in the lecture hall and classrooms, where teachers give lessons using video presentations, as the additional facility in presenting teaching material.

Majority of courses include compulsory lab drill sessions carried out in modern telecommunications and computer school laboratories equipped with up-to-date facilities.

The syllabus of the specialist studies is realized in the course of one school year. One school year contains three trimesters for the realization of the teaching process.


Optical networks course covers state-of-the-art techniques of signal transmission over optical fibers and other optoelectronic devices, as well as optical packet commutation and routing. Basic network protocols are also analyzed.


Routing techniques and IP telephony courses provide students with the updated knowledge in the fields of routing, configuration and maintenance of network devices, functioning of speech transfer and other real-time traffic over the Internet.

Technology and operations management course highlights the importance of networks and network technologies for business subjects and addresses the issues of harnessing the existing and ordering new technologies.

New generation networks course acquaints students with the realization of new network technologies and the introduction of new technological advancements, which are either already ongoing or are planned to be realized, both in our country and abroad.

Network design course educates students to do the job of a designer or a contractor in telecommunications systems and networks, by analyzing the basic principles, standards, regulations and the law.

Video surveillance course enables students to plan, design and adjust video surveillance networks in various environments, considering the implementation of IP-based network video surveillance and the presentation of projects realized in our country.


Wireless networks course acquaints students with the techniques of wireless transmission, in accordance with the series of IEEE 802.11 and 802.16 standards. As a result, students will be able to install and maintain wireless LAN networks.


Applied electromagnetic compatibility course acquaints students with the principles of electromagnetic device protection and measurements of EMC characteristics of IT equipment, according to current standards.


A new laboratory for optical and access networks is formed in the School. The laboratory is equipped with state-of-the-art instruments. Moreover, a supply of new equipment related to closed circuit video systems is planned.