11.04.01 Radio engineering

In the course of training, undergraduates receive profound theoretical knowledge and practical skills in the field of satellite and terrestrial radio monitoring, research of radio wave processes and technologies, creation of software and hardware methods and a means of collecting, storing and processing information, radio-sensor and sensor-parametric telemetry, RFID technologies, radio surveillance and radio imaging , as well as computer-aided radio wave design and simulation
Level of education:
Master’s degree
Form of training:
Full-time (day department)
Venue of training:
Entrance exams:
— Higher mathematics
Programs, specializations:
Radio wave technologies
During the program studies, future masters receive fundamental knowledge and practical skills in radio monitoring and radio imaging, sensor-parametric telemetry and radiosensor authentication, collection, processing and storage of telemetric data, as well as methods and means of recording telemetric values, radio engineering and radio-physical principles of conversion and use of changing parameters of radio signals for telemetric control of physical quantities of objects and properties of the course of various dynamic processes.
Upon completion of training, graduates are prepared for research, design, experimental and operational and analytical activities at enterprises of the radio-electronic industry.
Alumni can be employed as
  • radio engineers-developers
  • telemetry engineers
  • model engineers
  • systems engineers
  • analytical engineers
  • radio engineer-operators
  • radio engineers (service engineers)
  • radio engineers-researchers
  • radio-physicists
  • test engineers
Program subjects
  • Radio monitoring
  • Radio sensor telemetry
  • RFID systems
  • Radio wave processes and technologies
  • Design, technology and operation of radio electronic means
  • Signal sensors and discriminators of physical quantities
  • Software and hardware for collecting, storing and processing information
  • Computer-aided radio wave design and simulation
  • Schematic architectural design and signal debugging of digital devices
  • Automation of radio circuit design and modeling
  • Mathematical modeling of radio engineering devices and systems
  • Quality management of electronic means
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 radio-physical processes
•    Specialized department No. 340 - Information space systems