Bachelor Program "Radio Engineering"

Bachelor Program "Radio Engineering"

Program code: 11.03.01

Specialization: Radiotechnical Means for Transmission, Reception and Processing of Signals

Faculty of Radio Engineering, Department of Radioelectronics and Data Protection, Department of Telecommunications and Basic Principles of Radio Engineering

The key to the science and technology advancement is the acceleration of information exchange. Today it can only be achieved through the use of electromagnetic phenomena.

Future radio engineers study modern computer-aided design, circuit design and electronics, micro-controller technology, and also get skills by using modern electronic equipment, using computer-aided design of radio equipment.

The graduates of this program complete their basic radio engineering education with the knowledge in development and operation of modern radio and broadcasting devices (satellite, wireless phones, microwave, paging, cellular systems), creation of networks, and microprocessor technologies. Their studies are focused on systematical training of students (network and data communications, networking and protocols), digital methods and devices of transmission, reception and processing of information, its protection from unauthorized access, microwave equipment, design and programming of telecommunications equipment.

Master degree

After obtaining their Bachelor degree, students can continue their studies with the “Radio engineering” Master degree program.

Participation in real projects

TUSUR University allows students to take part in Project Based Group Learning (PBGL). Students at " Radiotechnical Means for Transmission, Reception and Processing of Signals" participate in following development works:

Quantum cryption. Students work on the fiber optical channel for confidential data transmission with the quantum cryption technology. The project distinction is in the design of a new programming and circuit solutions to realize a technology of single-photon state temporal coding.

Radio-wave scanning. Development of a mathematical model for radio-wave scanning using radio interferential  scan method.

Planar microwave antenna. Participants of the project perform the calculation, computer modeling and design of broadband dual-polarization printed UHF antenna for various applications. The development is made within the Cooperation agreement between TUSUR university and JSC "SPC" Micran. '"

Specialization “Microwave Engineering and Antennas”

Faculty of Radio Engineering, Department of Microwave and Quantum Radio Engineering

Future radio engineers study modern computer-aided design, circuit design and electronics, micro-controller technology, and also get skills by using modern electronic equipment, using computer-aided design of radio equipment.

The graduates of this program complete their basic radio engineering education with the knowledge of development and operation of modern antennas and microwave-spectrum devices for radio connection and broadcasting (satellite, wireless, radio-relay and cellular systems). Their studies are focused on network and data communications, networking and protocols, design of antennas and transmitting devices, microwave data reception and processing equipment, design and programming for telecommunications equipment.

Master degree

After obtaining their Bachelor degree, students can continue their studies with the “Microwave Engineering and Antennas” or “Radio Engineering” Master degree programs.

Participation in real projects

TUSUR University allows students to take part in Project Based Group Learning (PBGL). Students at "Microwave Engineering and Antennas" participate in following development works:

Power characteristics measurement of microwave signals. Students develop instrumentation required to measure several power parameters. It is planned to manufacture prototypes and prepare the mass production of devices at the facilities of JSC "SPC" Micran'".

Planar microwave antenna. Participants of the project perform the calculation, computer modeling and design of broadband dual-polarization printed UHF antenna for various applications. The development is made within the Cooperation agreement between TUSUR university and JSC "SPC" "Micran."

Development of an integrated circuit for GIS receiver. Students participate in the development of a modern satellite system, which is equipped with autonomous navigation system that uses global positioning systems signals to determine the coordinates of the satellite in space without ground-based radio-tracking. This increases the independence and reliability of the satellite. For good accuracy of the coordinates, the system shall receive signals from the largest possible number of satellites. The weight of the system is another important factor, that is why the integrated technologies are used.

 

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