This course addresses the main technologies used today in RF communication systems. This permits each student to better follow and gain in-depth knowledge of Bluetooth communications systems, as well as mastering the function of low consumption sensor networks, including the Bluetooth Low Energy and IEEE 802.15.4 systems and the IEEE 802.11/WiFi standard. Lastly, students are shown the development potential of the latest advances in RF communication.
The present and future development of wireless and mobile communications systems are closely related to the proliferation of a greater number of services that increasingly require higher capacities to meet the needs of end users. For this, such systems must evolve in terms of capacity and flexibility in personal, local or metropolitan area networks. In short, systems that allow improving existing infrastructure and services in order to facilitate or increase the quality of life of users and competitiveness in the business world. In this context, the subject of communications systems aims to show the student the different technological options that are currently being deployed, and in this way, the student is trained to apply the knowledge acquired in the design, planning and implementation of such systems depending on the needs raised.