The basic signal processing studies focus is on digital technology. In adavnced studies the emphasis is on signal processing algorithms in digital communication applications, algorithm optimization and modern hardware implementation. The studies provide information on different types of signals and signal processing systems, signal processing theory and methods as well as their modern hardware implementation.
The goal for the studies of acoustics and audio signal processing, is to provide basic information on acoustical phenomena, perception of sound and audio signal processing techniques as well as capabilities for applying this information in various fields such as audio technology, speech processing, acoustical measurements etc.
Metrology Research Institute gives classes in Electronics and Measurement Techniques, Optical Technology and Optical Communications and Electrophysics. The basic courses of Electronics and Measurement Techniques cover sensing, data acquisition, measurement accuracy, reliability and potential error sources. More advanced courses cover issues like present measurement- and data analysing programs, data busses, instrumentation in optical communications and virtual instrumentation.
Optical Technology and Optical Communications offers essential skills for mastering the modern optical technology: optical communication, fibre-optics, WDM (Wavelength Division Multiplexing) -systems including characterisation of these components, semiconductor lasers and optical filters.