The Department of Microwave Electronics was established in 1989 as the result of integration of several experimental and theoretical research groups which actively worked in the fields of microwave and millimeter-wave vacuum tubes, signal processing, nonlinear phenomena, and dynamical system theory. From the date of establishment, Prof. D.M. Vavriv heads the Department.

Over the years, the research and development work has been essentially extended and the main Department activities include now the following areas:

The Department philosophy is: From basic studies to practical work and high-quality commercial products and services. This philosophy is shared and realized by our highly qualified and motivated researchers, engineers, designers, technicians, and manufacturers. The Department laboratories are equipped by the state-of-the-art measurement and testing equipment, modern computer aided design and simulation capabilities. The Department workshop is fully equipped for production of microwave and millimeter wave components, devices, and vacuum tubes.

 



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2017/05/29

Description of X-band surveillance radar (Х1-М «OKO») has been added. Details



2016/11/30

Description of series of compact signal generators for X- Ku and Ka- bands (HSG-X|Ku|Ka) has been added. Details



2015/06/16

Dr. Ievgen Gorovyi has participated in Signal Processing Symposium (SPS-2015) in Debe, Poland. Details



2015/03/30

Dual Axis Antenna Positioner has been developed and produced. It is a highly accurate and cost-effective elevation over azimuth positioner capable of supporting small to mid-range antenna sizes. Details



2014/09/12

An experimental ground-based synthetic aperture radar (GB-SAR) system operating at Ka-band has been developed. The radar system is designed to be operated from a top of a hill or from a roof of a building etc. for imaging of the underlying ground terrain. Details



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