A bit about Signal Processing
The field of signal processing is considered one of the fastest developing fields over the past few years, and majoring in this field imparts comprehensive knowledge to the students, that enables them to analyze, present, encode and decipher a range of signals emanating from various sources, such as: Electrical, biological, acoustic signals, signals coming from various sensors, etc. This is in tandem with an introduction to the main fields in the world of signal processing, including: Digital processing of signals sampled and processed by digital electronic circuits, micro processors or computers, analogue processing of signals that are sampled and which are transmitted as continuous signals by analogue circuits, processing of voice and audio signals, processing of speech signals, etc.
The Advantage of Majoring in Signal Processing at Afeka College
The unique Afeka College Signal Processing majoring track combines a theoretical background with practical experience on various platforms, such as Matlab, signal processors and real time DSP platforms. Majoring in this track equips the students with a vital scientific infrastructure and engineering tools to deal in research and development in the field of signal processing.
The majoring track curriculum includes courses that impart advanced knowledge in algorithms, in tandem with practical courses that facilitate significant practical experience that will assist the graduates of the Department to integrate into the workplace upon completing their studies.
Practical experience includes implementing the algorithms the students learned on a range of advanced platforms currently operative the world over, that combine simulation, software tools and processors made by leading companies. Furthermore, joining this majoring track enables the students to select specific optional courses and to focus on the various topics at the leading edge of technology applications in the field.
The Future of Graduates with a Major in Signal Processing
Majoring in signal processing opens a broad spectrum of opportunities before the graduate of the track, to continue their studies for advanced academic degrees, or to take up key positions in the field of electrical and electronic engineering, in the private, business and public sector, in hi-tech companies that deal with technologies and the development of signal processing based products in various fields, including: Motorola, Verint, Nice, Intel, DSPC, AudioCodes and many others.