Generic skills to be acquired are listed below. When matching some of the program outcomes of the Bachelor Degree, this is indicated within brackets.
1. Ability to analyze and synthesize.
2. Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, statistics, science, telecommunication technologies and engineering.
3. Ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems.
4. Ability to effectively communicate information in speech, presentation and in writing.
5. Ability for team work.
Specific technical skills:
1. Ability to understand the limitations of classic channel coding techniques.
2. Ability to implement iterative algorithms for approximate inference. Application to LDPC channel decoding problem.
3. Ability to analyze the characteristics of wireless channels and understand the consequences in the design of
digital communications systems over such channels.
4. Ability to synthesize when reading and analyzing scientific papers on wireless communications.
5. Ability to apply concepts of signal processing and linear algebra to analyze and design MIMO systems.