About the Department
The Department of Telecommunications (DT) was created in May, 1993 by order of the head of university No. 1-83 of May 11, 1993. Professionals in 6.050903 “Telecommunications” specialty “Technology and means of telecommunications” are trained in the Department of Telecomunication, which was granted level IV accreditation.
- first level (Bachelaur) -3 years 10 months;
- second level (Master) - 1 year 9 months, 1 year 4 months;
- third level (PhD) - 4 years.
|“Telecommunications and Radio Engineering”
“Hardware and Software Means of Electronic Communications”
Students of the Department of Telecommunications study the most perspective telecommunication technologies, such as:
- mobile communication of GSM, CDMA, WCDMA, UMTS, LTE, LTE-advanced;
- broadband networks Wi-MAX, Wi-fi, HiperLAN, HiperMAN, ZeeBi;
- satellite communication of DVB-S, DBB-S2, DVB-RCS, DVB-RCS2;
- DVB-T, DVB-T2 TV and radio broadcasting;
- creation of nodes of radio means;
- network programming;
- managements of networks;
- reception and data transmission;
- MIMO and digital processing of signals;
- data transmission in terahertz range;
- network organization;
In addition students study:
- the software for development of the modern telecommunication equipment (Mathlab, Serenada, Multisim);
- the software for planning and design of radio networks (ISCTelecom, Optima, Seamcat, Mspace, Atol);
- the modern legislation and normative legal acts in telecommunication;
- use of the Java language for the solution of applied tasks.
The companies where our graduates work: Motorola, Cisco, Microsoft, Kyivstar, Lifecell, Vodafone, Ukrtelecom, Ukrkosmos, Ukr TV, Datagroup and etc... The countries where our graduates work: England, France, Japan, Kuwait, Russia, Germany.