The B. Tech. degree course in Electronics and Communication Engineering at the Alliance College of Engineering and Design, imparts strong theoretical foundations and practical learning to its graduates on electronic devices as well as rigorous training in research, design and development of such devices, and their broad-based applications. The course offers a wide spectrum of elective subjects that cover the application of sophisticated and cutting-edge technologies for device design such as satellite transponder technology and signal processing chip technology. In addition to common core subjects offered in the course, other elective subjects aim to sharpen technical expertise in graduates on the recent advances and innovations in electronics and communication such as Sensor Networks; Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM); Wavelet Transformations; Digital Signal Processing (DSP); Data and Image Compressions; and Satellite Communication.