Exploring the Marvels of Communication Engineering and Systems

  • Umang Tomar (Dept. Of Science & Technology, Govt. Of Bihar) Government Polytechnic Asthawan, Nalanda


This article delves into the dynamic field of Communication Engineering and its pivotal role in shaping the interconnected world we live in. Exploring the principles and applications of Communication Engineering, the article covers key components such as signal processing, modulation, demodulation, data compression, and error detection and correction. It further examines various communication systems, including wireless communication, satellite communication, fiber-optic communication, and internet networking. Communication engineers play a crucial role in optimizing these systems for efficiency, reliability, and speed. The article also highlights the challenges faced by the field, such as the need for increased bandwidth and security, while envisioning future trends like quantum communication and artificial intelligence. As the world continues to evolve, Communication Engineering remains at the forefront of technological innovation, ensuring a seamless flow of information in our globally connected society.


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How to Cite
TOMAR, Umang. Exploring the Marvels of Communication Engineering and Systems. Journal of Advanced Research in Networking and Communication Engineering, [S.l.], v. 6, n. 2, p. 7-12, dec. 2023. Available at: <http://www.thejournalshouse.com/index.php/adr-networking-communication-eng/article/view/975>. Date accessed: 18 july 2024.