• In this course we will cover the fundamentals of digital signal processing based on the "Fundamentals of Digital Signal Processing", by Joyce Van de Vegte, Prentice Hall, ISBN 0-13-01607706. We shall look at digital signals and their spectral components, and design filters based on their spectra. This course will serve as a good starting point for further study in the field of DSP. Finally, my lecture notes will cover the equivalent of 24 lectures within a total of 20. The advantage is that we will finish early. This will give you time to reflect on the lecture material and revise.
  • We shall learn about the fundamentals of a Digital Communication System (DCS). This course will lay the foundations for the third year course "Digital Communications II, Digital Communications III and Wireless Communications". These courses will give you the necessary knowledge to embark upon a career in Telecommunications.

    • A Master of Philosophy Degree (M.Phil.) under my supervision for a period of two years. On my home page, you will see the publications that were produced by my postgraduate students during their Master's degree. Each paper was presented by the postgraduate student overseas, all expenses paid by UWI. Requirements: Class 1.0 or 2.1 degree.
  • A further look at selected topics in Digital Communications. We will consider the spectral components of signal before taking a look at important practical modulation schemes (e.g. OFDM used in ADSL), Satellite and Wireless Communication systems.

    Online M.Sc. in Telcommunications : Middlesex University (UK) & UWI : PART-TIME (2 Years)

    Starting Sept. 2015, an M.Sc. in Telecommunications in joint collaboration with Middlesex University (UK) that will be fully online. This means that you can continue to work (from anywhere in the world) and earn a masters at the same time. Entrance requirements will be either a 1 or 2.1 or 2.2 class degree.