11.03.01 Radio engineering

The training program combines academic, research, and practical training in radio engineering for  the development, research and operation of software and hardware radio wave applications and technologies based on the principles of registration, conversion, analysis and digital processing of signal, radio-physical and electrodynamic processes of radio engineering devices and microwave modules of the microwave range, and also means of radio-sensory telemetry, control and radio monitoring.
Level of education:
Bachelor’s degree
Form of training:
Full-time (day department)
Venue of training:
Entrance exams:
— Mathematics (major)
— Russian language
— Physics
Programs, specializations:
Radio monitoring and telemetry
In the process of training, undergraduate students receive fundamental and practice-oriented training in the field of circuit architecture development and operation of software and hardware transmitting, telemetric and radio wave equipment and technologies, as well as converting and computing systems for radio frequency authentication and digital processing of signals from radio electronic universal products.
Upon completion of the training program, graduates are prepared for design and research radio engineering activities relating to development, inventive activity, programming, modeling, testing, and service and maintenance of radio engineering systems and information and measurement applications of radio electronic technologies.
Alumni can be employed as
  • radio engineer-developers
  • electronic engineers
  • telemetry engineers
  • radio engineers
  • systems engineers
  • circuit engineers
  • еlectrical Engineers
  • software engineers for microcontrollers and FPGA
  • radio engineer-operators
  • radio engineers (service engineers)
  • radio-physicists
  • radio engineers-researchers
Program subjects
  • Radio engineering
  • Radio monitoring and radio identification
  • Telemetry, signaling devices and sensors of radio electronic equipment
  • Radio-electronic converters and detectors of telemetric values
  • Development and operation of radio telemetry systems
  • Design and technological design of radio electronic means
  • Circuitry of electronic devices
  • Elemental base of radio electronics
  • Modules and microwave technology
  • Electrodynamics and radio wave propagation
  • Signaling processes of radio engineering systems
  • Devices for generating and forming signals
  • Devices for receiving and converting signals
  • Digital signal processing
  • Numerical simulation methods in radio physics
  • Digital devices and microprocessors
  • Thermal imaging thermography
  • Quality management in radio electronics
  • National information security system
Graduating departments:
•    Department of Radio Wave Processes and Technologies
•    Specialized Department No. 332 - Radio Instrumentation Engineering
•    Specialized Department No. 334 - Long-range radio communications
•    Specialized Department No. 342 - Space Communication and Control Facilities
•    Specialized Department No. 343 - Modeling of radiophysical processes
•    Specialized department № 340 - Information space systems