Today, the Institute of Radio Electronics and Informatics (IREI) is made up of 44 educational laboratories, four student educational and research laboratories, three science laboratories and research and educational centers. The general education departments have language laboratories and computer classes for geometric modeling. The departments have well equipped modern laboratories with computers used for educational and research purposes. A new computer classroom for the Department of Engineering Graphics was recently opened; it is equipped with 30 powerful Dell precision tower 3420 computers paired with Dell Canvas 27 graphics tablets.

In the near future, IRETS plans to launch an Interdepartmental Center for Space Monitoring (Cosmocenter), a laboratory for counter-engineering of radio electronic equipment, a station for a mobile communications complex and radar monitoring on a synchronized UAV system, a CAD laboratory for printed circuit boards on the domestic Elbrus processor platform, a specialized interdepartmental laboratory of radio wave processes and microwave modules, educational and research laboratory of schematic and architectural design of RES and radio assembly workshop of engineering classes with the most advanced technical equipment.

The laboratories of IRETS are provided with advanced equipment, such as:

  • DAGE 400Plus microconnection testing facility (Great Britain). The installation allows to carry out tensile, compression, bending and shear tests for various materials and elements. The software allows to control and manage test parameters;
  • Desktop shaker m030 / MA-1 (Japan) - the only sample of similar measuring instruments, its characteristics are set for all types of influences (sinus, ShSV, shock);
  • Climatic chamber ESPEC MC 812 (made in Japan). The chamber is designed for testing small and medium-sized equipment and devices for the impact of climatic factors in accordance with the requirements of Russian state standards (GOST) and IEC standards;
  • Manipulator EXPERT-M (made in Switzerland) - a fully completed workstation, which is ideal for assembling small batches of printed circuit boards and making prototypes;
  • Pneumatic dispenser for applying TS-250 solder paste (made in the USA). An air dispenser is an absolutely necessary device for high-quality application of solder paste and other materials. Unlike mechanical syringes and "pistols", the pneumatic dispenser provides a vacuum cut-off after the application of each portion, thereby stopping the inertial release of materials and guarantees an accurate dosage;
  • Chamber furnace for reflow of solder R006-PLUS (made in Switzerland). The reflow oven is designed for work in single, pilot and small-scale production. Allows you to automatically load the printed circuit board into the soldering area;
  • Screen printing device SP002-M (made in Switzerland). The device is designed for applying solder paste on the surface of printed circuit boards in a single, pilot and small-scale production;
  • Stereomicroscope Leica S8 APO (made in Germany) - a unique device, the first offer on the market for its class, which provides excellent image quality, high contrast and accurate color reproduction;
  • Microvisor μViso-Met (made in Russia) - 221 is a new generation of microscopes with an optical-digital observation channel;
  • Stereo magnifier Mantis Compact, which uses patented eyepieceless technology, which provides unique benefits for the user, the highest accuracy and productivity.

In general, dozens of most up-to-date devices made in Switzerland, USA, Spain, Germany, Russia, Japan are available to IRETS students for research and implementation of practical projects.

IRETS is equipped with:

Specialized laboratory for signal processing and simulation of radio systems The laboratory is designed to provide training for students, graduate students and engineers for the industry in programming and application of digital signal processors.

Specialized laboratory of communication systems
On the basis of the laboratory, having all modern communication equipment, students are engaged in laboratory research and practical projects. Performing laboratory work virtually allows them to study in detail and analyze individual fragments of the construction and operation of communication systems.

Specialized laboratory of technological processes for the production of radio electronic equipment
The laboratory was created with the support of PJSC NPO Almaz. The laboratory is equipped with modern technological, control, measuring, and testing devices from the leading domestic and foreign manufacturers. A wide range of educational, research and commercial assignments can be solved with the resources of this laboratory. The educational, scientific and industrial complex of the laboratory equipment allows to:

  • get skills of operating modern equipment;
  • develop test methods and programs;
  • demonstrate the full cycle of assembly and installation of a printed circuit board;
  • determine the main types of defects in printed circuit assemblies, their causes, and methods of their elimination;
  • participate in research conducted by the laboratory, prepare articles and reports on the work performed, as well as prepare the necessary reports.

Specialized laboratories for radar and radio navigation
In these laboratories, students acquire primary knowledge and skills of radio and radar navigation. These labs are used for practical training, as well as for project activities.

Radiolab student research laboratory
"Radiolab" is a group of like-minded people engaged in the study of radio electronics, programming and instrumentation. Young people working in the laboratory are involved in the development of a variety of projects aimed to develop engineering skills.