The Digital Signal Processing and Communications group offers a variety
of courses that will prepare you for both a career in communications
and signal processing as well as doctoral research. Based on classes offered Fall 2010, incoming students should take the following courses Take minimum of 3 classes from this table: |

If you are interested in ... | then take ... |
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a communications emphasis |
ECEN 5612 Noise/Random Processes ECEN 5622 Info Theory and Coding ECEN 5632 Theory/Appl Digital Filtering |

a DSP emphasis |
ECEN 5448 Adv Linear Systems ECEN 5612 Noise/Random Processes ECEN 5632 Theory/Appl Digital Filtering |

pursuing a PhD |
additional classes such as MATH 6130 Modern Algebra MATH 6310 Introduction to Real Analysis 1 MATH 6534 Topics in Probability |

a networking emphasis |
additional classes such as APPM 5560 Markov Processes, Queues and Monte Carlo Simulations ECEN 5022 Search Engines/High Dimensional Data Sets CSCI 5273 Network Systems TLEN 5330 Data Communications I |

implementation |
additional classes such as ECEN 5002 Graduate Communications Lab ECEN 5613 Embedded Systems Design ECEN 5623 Real-time Embedded Systems ECEN 5633 Hybrid Embedded Systems |

control theory |
additional classes such as ECEN 5458 Sampl Data/Dig Contr |

smart grids | see the Digital Energy Program |

Course descriptions can be found either at the ECE website or the CU catalog.

Send any suggestions to timxb@colorado.edu.

Last modified on July 26, 2010.