Telemetry - Graduate Certificate
Telemetering is an applied discipline that uses concepts from communications, DSP, and computing to facilitate the transfer of sensed/measured data from one place to another over a typically wireless channel. This certificate introduces students to the basic theory as well as the application of that theory.
A 3.0 minimum cumulative GPA in four courses (12 credits) as described below will be required for award of this certificate. Dr. Charles Creusere, Frank Carden Chair in Telecommunications and Telemetering and Professor of the Klipsch School of Electrical & Computer Engineering, (575) 646-3919.
Important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attend this program can be found on the following: Gainful Employment Disclosure.
|Digital Signal Processing II||3|
|Electives (six credits from the following):||6|
|Random Signal Analysis||3|
|Modern Coding Theory||3|
|Digital Communication Systems I||3|