University of Sarajevo - Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Sarajevo
Department for telecommunicationsDepartment for telecommunications

Activities of the Department for telecommunitations

In addition to education, the Department for telecommunitations has additional activities in the areas of:

Project modification, integration and Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH) radio relay network testing provides support for Ministry of Security, CIPS and police agencies; EU Cards projects

The project, integration and system testing for the lawful interception of Ministry of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina communications; EU Cards projects

Tackling the ”Digital Divide” in SEE by using the capacity of DTT networks; IPA project – Lead Partner: University of Ljubljana

Development of VoIP application for F68 platform; Iskratel Slovenia

Expansion of SON simulators with Carrier Aggregation techniques; Telecommunications Research Center (CTVR), Dublin

Thermal 3D modeling of interior environments to save energy; FP7 project, SEE-ERA-NET, coordinator: Jacobs University Bremen, Germany

V-MusT.net - Transnational Virtual Museum Network; FP7 project, FP7-ICT-2009-6, coordinator, Consiglio nazionale delle ricerche, Italy

Strengthening cooperation between the EU and the Western Balkans in the field of monitoring and control; FP7 project, FP7-ICT-2011-7, coordinator: Q-PLAN N.G. Greece


Department for telecommunications

The Department of telecommunications was founded in 1976 and is one of four departments of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the University of Sarajevo. Since 2005, the teaching process has been harmonized with the Bologna Declaration, and the teaching process has been divided into bachelor and master studies. The Bachleor study, lasting three years, is oriented towards acquiring the fundamentals of engineering practice and telecommunications knowledge, and the fact that the program is accredited by ASIIN - the German member of the European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ENQA) speaks of its quality. The two-year Master's degree is oriented towards practical engineering work and scientific research activities.





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