Fields of study:
- Radio Engineering. Intelligent Radio Engineering Systems;
- Infocommunication Technologies and Communication Systems.
Graduates are engaged in designing and creating promising radio electronic equipment for space and ground navigation; location and traffic control of air, sea, and land transport; mobile, satellite, and cellular communications; data transmission networks and personal telecommunications service; computer data collection and processing systems; development of sea-based radars, meteorological radars, and lidars, sonar facilities.
The department studies issues of detection and classification of small-sized objects, natural and artificial meteorological formations.
The issues of electromagnetic compatibility of radio-electronic equipment and information encoding are considered. Special classes are held at the Analog Devices Signal Processor Center. The department has unique equipment used for research and educational purposes.