Computer Engineering - Electronic Devices for Ubiquitous ComputingWestern University
About this program
Computer Engineering - Electronic Devices for Ubiquitous Computing
Students in this option focus on the design of electronic hardware systems with an emphasis on applications such as mobile communications. This option provides students with a systems-level perspective on digital electronics, including fundamental principles of computer architecture, integration of hardware and software design considerations, and opportunities to specialize in applications such as microelectronic devices, artificial intelligence, digital control systems, and digital signal and image processing.
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About this institute
The Western University (previously named the University of Western Ontario a.k.a. UWO) was founded in 1878 in London, Canada. Over the years, Western has grown in reputation and size to become an internationally recognized teaching and research institution. Western has...
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