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Electronics and Communication Engineering Course
Everyone is fond of mobile phones. Nobody can imagine a life without mobile phones. Do you know who make them? Electronic engineers make them. Electronic engineers are those who are responsible for creating and developing mobile phones. Online world is tough to imagine without these people.
Every type of industry whether it is telecommunications, domestic appliances sector, medical equipments, mobile phones, automotive systems and navigational systems demand for electronics and communication engineering.
Electronics and communication engineering is mainly related with the utilization of science and mathematics which is applied to the practical problems in the field of communications. This course is mainly preferred by the tech freaks and students who love to be surrounded by gadgets.
It is also one of the fastest growing fields in engineering. Electronics and Communication Engineering is known as one of the best and oldest in the field of engineering by science students.
Though, Electronics and Communication Engineering is not that easy because it covers vast areas in the field of engineering. This branch mainly involves the transmission of information across channels such as a coax cable, optical fiber or free space. Interested students can also work on designing equipment such as routers, switches, multiplexers and electronic switching systems.
Industries which offer Job opportunities in Electronics and Communication Engineering:
Electronics Circuit Design – To design any electric circuit, either analog or digital, Electronic Engineers need to be able to predict the voltages and currents at all places within circuit. Circuit stimulation software allows engineers to design circuits efficiently, reducing the time cost and risk of error involved in building circuit prototypes.
Signal Processing- It is an enabling technology that encompasses the fundamental theory, applications, algorithms, and implementations of processing or transferring information contained in many different signals.
Wireless Communication – Wireless Communication have various forms, technology and delivery methods including Satellite communication, mobile communication, wireless network communication, Infrared communication and Bluetooth communication.
Optical Communication – It is a type of telecommunication in which communication is done from distance using light to carry information.
Robotics – It is a branch that deals with the design, construction, operation and application of robots as well as computer systems for their control, sensory feedback and information processing.
Embedded Systems – It is embedded as a part of a complete device often hardware and mechanical parts. Embedded systems control devices in common use, nowadays.
Analog Electronics – Students learn how networks of semiconductors devices such as transistors perform signal - processing tasks.
Digital Electronics – In digital electronics, students study about how semiconductors they are designed and then, performed.
Telecommunications – It is a network which is a collection of terminal nodes, links and how they are connected so as to enable telecommunication between the terminals.
Power Electronics – It mainly refers to a subject of research electronic engineering which deals with the design, control, systems with fast dynamics and computation and integration of nonlinear.
Consumer Electronics – It refers to any device which contains an electronic circuit board and such products are made which are used by consumers and main products are electronics.
Companies which offer jobs are:
In order to do BE/BTech in Electronics and Communications Engineering, a student has to have at least 50 to 60 % marks in twelfth board examination. After that entrance examinations like IITJEE and AIEEE are held and students can take admission in best Engineering colleges with the marks of these in entrance examinations. Some of the famous Engineering colleges also held their personal examination at their level. Students can also do a diploma in polytechnic and then, do further education in Electronics and Communication Engineering without attending eleventh and twelfth class.
Many a times, some colleges also offer scholarship for students who cannot afford any good college’s fees. Such bright students have to fight separate examination for scholarship facility too. One can also go for post graduate program only if he/she has a graduate degree in BE/BTech from a reputed college. If one has interest in Electronics and Communications Engineering and wants to grasp knowledge as much as possible and also get the highest position in society then, one can even do PhD in further studies.
An Electronics and Communication Engineer can earn up to Rs. 20,000 to 35,000 per month based on the skills of the employee. Salary is increased only after one attains more skills and experience in this field.
Job responsibilities of an Electronics and Communication Engineer are that one should be focused to the changing market scenario. He or She can make different successful strategies for the benefit of the company. Managing and monitoring the performance of and working as part of a team of communications engineer. One should be able to attend meetings and organize events. Plan and develop applications and modifications for electronic properties used in parts systems to improve technical performances. Also evaluate systems and recommend design modifications or equipment repair.
Other Job Responsibilities are:
|Agreeing project budgets, timescales and specifications with clients/managers||Undertaking site surveys||Writing reports and documentation||Making presentations|
|Managing resources||Producing and implementing designs||Creating test procedures||Problem solving|
Electronics and Communication Engineer must have good concentration because they design and develop complex electrical systems and electronic components and products. They should keep the track of multiple designs. They should always take initiative in taking up the projects. They should be able to apply their knowledge into projects they undertake. They should be co-operative so that work does not get affected and work is performed in a sorted manner. Mathematics skills should be there so that they can analyze, design and troubleshoot equipment. They should also have good communication skills.
Scope: Telecommunication engineers are highly in demand in the manufacturing industries and service sector. There is a lot scope in electronics and communications engineering for students holding M.S or M. Tech in the field of electronics and communications engineering.
Consumer Electronics - It refers to any device which contains an electronic circuit board and such products are made which are used by consumers and main products are electronics.
Aviation and Avionics – They work in Aerospace industry. Their work includes tasks which are related to designing and programming electrical systems on board spacecraft, aircraft and satellites.
Electricity Generation – Nuclear generation provides reliable supplies of electricity, with very low carbon emissions and relatively small amounts of waste that can be safely stored and eventually disposed of.
Electricity Distribution – It is a power delivery system consisting of cables that deliver electric power from its point of generation to the end users.
Telecommunications - It is a network which is a collection of terminal nodes, links and how they are connected so as to enable telecommunication between the terminals.
Communications – Communications engineer design and modify electrical communications systems for scientific, military, industrial or commercial use.
Offshore Industries – Due to ever increasing demand for oil and gas in the world today, offshore industry has been growing rapidly. It is basically of two types – offshore oil and gas industry and offshore wind energy industry.