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Ain shams (Electronics and Electrical Communication Engineering)

Address: 1 EL-Sarayat Street Abbassia, Cairo, EGYPT
URL: http://eng.shams.edu.eg/

This department had been established since 1956 in order to graduate engineers in the field of electronics & communications. After finishing his first year in the electrical engineering department the student can start his second year in the section of electronics & communication. The department aims to increase both theoretical and practical experiences of the student in the fields of communication systems using different technologies such as radio and microwaves, optics and fiber optics, satellites, in addition to the ordinary wire communication, digital exchanges, microelectronics technology, fabrication and applications. Several specialized laboratories have been recently developed to include the modern scientific equipment in different fields. All of these facilities contribute in graduating highly qualified engineers having a big technical and engineering knowledge in this modern and important domain. As a result they are highly recommended in both local and Arabic working market.

Mohaned elshawy

Position: Master student at Ain-Shams Univ
E-Mail: elshawy506 [AT] gmail.com
Telephone: +20102989006


Nesrine Ibrahim

Position: Engineer
E-Mail: nesr.htm [AT] gmail.com


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