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    Scope of Electronics Engineering...

    Hey,

    I'm supposed to be taking Electronics Engineering (B.E.) and i don't know its SCOPE. Just, last night my uncle was asking me why i wanted to take electronics. I said that that's what i liked the most...I couldn't answer the scope related question though.

    Any Electronic Engineers out there? Maybe you guys could help.



    THANX IN ADVANCE ... FOR ALL THOSE WHO WRITE A HUGE CONVINCING ANSWER.

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    The EET students talk a lot about IEEE where I go to school. It's also more math intensive than CS at least where I go.

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    When you say "Electronics Engineering", I'm not sure what you're talking about. Electrical Engineering? IEEE? I've never heard of "ElectronICS" Engineering.

    That sounds like robotics to me.

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    In India we have both electronics and electrical engineering.. The first one deals with semi conductors, fabrication, etc etc.. The second one deals with bigger parts...

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    i see.... interesting..

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    Where I go, the engineerins stream also have to take some physics courses as well, a lot more than the CS students, they take one physics course.
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    by SCOPE i want to know what are the available jobs relating to the field...what are it's major applications...

    Vasanth gave the right distinction b/w Electronics and Electrical .. same here

    We have the following subjects:

    Applied Physics,Chemistry,Thermodynamics
    Maths I,II,III,IV
    Industrial, Power, Digital Electronics
    Bio-medical engineering, Computer Architecture and Organization, Electrical Circuit Design, Electronic Circuit Drawings, VLSI design....whole helll lots more...

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    I'm doing electronics engeneering.

    In Belgium the first two years are general. you get classes like physics, math, biology, thermodynamics and stuff like that.
    then you have to make a choice: electronics, chemistry, elctrical, construction,...

    I'm not sure what you mean with scope. But if you mean: what you can do later. Well, almost everything. you can do:
    - hardware: like Radio, TV,amplifiers,...
    - computer hardware: modems, ...
    - software
    - teaching
    - research
    -...

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    >Any Electronic Engineers out there? Maybe you guys could help.

    I've studied electrical engineering, I don't know if that is equal to your electronic engineering.

    Beside a lot of math and physics there are some other subjects:
    - digital signal processing
    - analog signal processing
    - electrical networks
    - semiconductor technology
    - computer architecture
    - computer networks
    - analog electronics
    - digital electronics
    - ..

    So the scope of electrical engineering is very big. Today a lot of electrical engineers are working in embedded systems, which is the vague grey field between software development and hardware development. But still there are also a lot of electrical engineers working in analog technology, analog technology will always be necessary. Just think about HF-technology (high-frequency) or about power supply.

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