Courses » Engineering » Communication » PhD Mobile and Wireless Communications »

PhD Mobile and Wireless Communications Admissions 2018 - 2019 Academic Year


Do you have a post graduate degree in a relevant field and now planning for a doctoral program in mobile communications? Learn here in this page, what PhD in mobile and wireless communications is all about.

Course Name: PhD Mobile and Wireless Communications
Group:
Stream: Engineering
Course Category: Communication
Duration: 3 - 5 Years

Overview


In recent times, mobile communication is perhaps the fastest growing field in the whole of the world. Over the years the number of mobile phone users have risen phenomenally and in the coming years too, this trend is not likely to slow down anytime soon. On the technology front also, there have been rapid advancements. From first generation wireless networks to fourth generation (4G) networks, we have seen them all. Already there are trials going on for 5G mobile transmission that is likely to hit the market soon. All this provides for enough scope for research in the area of mobile and wireless communications.

Eligibility and course duration


A master’s degree in mobile communications, wireless communication or telecommunication. Entry to the program is through written test and personal interview. Your past academic performance is very crucial in convincing the interview board about your intention to undertake a PhD in an area of your interest.

Duration of the program ranges 3-5 years.

PhD Mobile and Wireless Communications 2018 - 2019 Admission Application Enquiry

 
 
 
 
 
 

PhD Mobile and Wireless Communications - Colleges & Admission Notifications

Find the list of colleges offering PhD Mobile and Wireless Communications course. Check out individual college websites to know more about the admission for 2018 - 2019 academic year. You may download the application form and course details from the official college website.

No colleges found offering this course.

To add a college to the above list, you must search for college and then add a course to the college.

Filter by State


More about the course


The aim of the PhD program is to enable you to gain expertise in various aspects of mobile communications, so as to facilitate you in gaining employment in one or the related fields in mobile communications. From wireless internet networks to mobile operating systems and architectures, you gain upon knowledge that comes useful in a career in wireless communications. You also get to understand the differences between each generation in mobile telephony. If first generation mobile networks worked at low data rates, then 2G and 3G systems incorporated the features of broadband telephony. 4G wireless networks added to the features by facilitating use of mobile broadband features in smart phones, laptops, computers, tablets and wireless modems.

Some of the areas for research in this field are as follows. These are Mobile IP Protocols, IPv6 and Mobility Management, Route Optimization, TCP for Mobile Cellular Networks, Data Management in Wireless Mobile Environments and so on.

Job prospects and opportunities


By doing PhD in the field of mobile and wireless communications, you are likely to get a plethora of opportunities in the mobile telephony sector. Smart phone manufacturers, chipset manufacturers like Qualcomm and mobile operators provide you for the best of opportunities. Department of Telecommunications (DOT) under the communication ministry provides for government jobs. Then there are opportunities in research in one of the best labs around the world working towards the latest in wireless technology. A career in teaching is also a worthwhile option.

PhD Mobile and Wireless Communications Admissions for 2018 - 2019 Academic Year

Are you looking for admissions for PhD Mobile and Wireless Communications for the academic year 2018 - 2019? We can connect you with the right colleges and universities offering PhD Mobile and Wireless Communications courses in your preferred locations. Contact us for more details.

Return to Courses