Employees and graduate students of the department took part in the PIC S&T’2021 conference
Employees and graduate students of MTS took part in the IEEE International Conferenceon Problems of Infocommunications Science and Technology (PIC S&T′2021), which took place on October 5-7, 2021 on the basis of Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics, Kharkiv, Ukraine.The purpose of the conference PIC S&T′2021 is to exchange information on theoretical, scientific and practical achievements, as well as to summarize and systematize the results and experience of research in the development of new information and communication technologies and planning of modern information and communication systems.
This year’s PIC S&T’2021 conference coincided with IEEE Day, which is celebrated on the first Tuesday in October. Accordingly, IEEE Day is celebrated in tuesday, October 5, 2021.
Within the framework of the PIC S & T′2021 conference, employees and graduate students of the MTS Department presented reports:
Sviatoslav Starokozhev, Mariya Tkach, Artem Hlushchenko, Oleksandr Datsenko, Maksym Chernyshov and Valeriia Chumak. Frequency Efficiency Evaluation of Query Airspace Surveillance Systems.
Sviatoslav Starokozhev, Mariya Tkach, Maksym Chernyshov, Oleksandr Datsenko, Artem Hlushchenko and Valeriia Chumak. Optimization of the Probability of Transmission of Flight Data in the Response Channel of Secondary Radar Systems.
Iryna Svyd, Ivan Obod, Oleksandr Maltsev, Oleksandr Vorgul, Valeriia Chumak and Borys Bakumenko. Estimation of the Spatial Coordinates of Air Objects in Synchronous Radar Networks for Airspace Observation.
Iryna Svyd, Ivan Obod, Oleksandr Maltsev, Oleksandr Vorgul, Valeriia Chumak and Anton Sierikov. Analysis of the Impact of Interference on the Time Position of Signals in Requesting Airspace Observation Systems.
Valerii Semenets, Iryna Svyd, Ivan Obod, Oleksandr Maltsev, Oleksandr Vorgul and Borys Bakumenko. Comparative Quality Processing Analysis of Request Signals in
Secondary Radar Systems.
We wish the team of authors of the MTS department creative success and new achievements!