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In addition to courses in electronics fundamentals, the Electronics Communications certificate program encompasses the study of both wire-based and wireless forms of analog and digital communications systems. Among the topics covered are amplitude and frequency modulation, multiplexing, antennas, transmission lines, and radio-wave propagation, as well as microwave systems, including radar and satellite operations, and computer networks.
This advanced certificate is one of three available for students who do not complete all second-year systems courses at once or who complete them one at a time. Students completing certificate programs are automatically eligible for the National Association of Radio and Telecommunications Engineers (N.A.R.T.E) 4th Class Technician license.