The Department of Electrical Engineering and Radio Electronic Systems, created according to the decision of the Academic Council of the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv dated April 4, 2011 and by the order of the rector dated 08.04.2011, № 270-32, is the successor of the Department of General Electrical Engineering (since 1974 – the Department of Radio Electronics)

The Department of General Radio Engineering (Radio Electronics)

The Department of General Radio Engineering was created in 1962 by branching off from the Department of Quantum Physics.

Fialko Evgen Yosupovych (1921–1997), professor, doctor of technical sciences, well-known specialist in the field of radar research of meteor tracks was elected on a competitive basis as a head of the department, who worked at the Tomsk Polytechnic Institute until that time. Those lecturers were transferred to the newly created department: I.V. Bairachenko, H.I. Kolomiets, A.V. Kuznetsova (Proskura), R.I. Moisia, M.M. Rzhetsky, A.R. Rublev

In short while, A.R. Kolomiets was also invited as a lecturer. During 1964–1972 I.V. Bairachenko, A.R. Kolomiets, H.I. Kolomiets and R.I. Moisia defended their candidate theses. They formed the base of the department for many years.

In addition to the above-mentioned specialists, O.Ya. Ivanov, Z.P. Mikhailovska, V.M. Perga (later professor of the Faculty of Physics, first vice-rector of Kyiv State University), E.O. Ransky, V.F. Romaniuk also worked as lecturers of the department at that time.

The Department of General Radio Engineering (the end of the 1960s), from left to right: N.F. Donets, V.K. Donets, Z.P. Mykhailovska, A.R. Kolomiets, A.V. Kuznetsova, E.Y. Fialko, Z.Ya. Polikarpova, I.V. Bairachenko, E.V. Lukianskyi, O.Ya. Ivanov, P.I. Rozenberg, A.I. Shulga.

In 1974, Serhiy Mykhailovych Levitskyi, Dr. Sci. (Phys.&Math.), Prof., who previously worked at the Department of Physical Electronics, a student of Corresponding Member of the Academy of Sciences of the Ukrainian SSR N. D. Morgulis, a specialist in the field of ultra-high-frequency phenomena in plasma, became the head of the department. At that time, the following lecturers worked at the department: associate professors I.V. Bairachenko (up to 1991), A.R. Kolomiets, H.I. Kolomiets, R.I. Moisia (all before 1996), I.I. Slyusarenko (1975–96), a senior lecturer A.R. Rublev (up to 1980), an assistant A.V. Kuznetsova (Proskura) (up to 1988), an assistant I.O. Anisimov (1980–96, since 1989 – associate professor). In the same year, the department changed its name to the Department of Radio Electronics.

The Department of Radio Electronics (1987), from left to right: H.I. Kolomiets, A.V. Kuznetsova, S.M. Levitskyi, I.O. Anisimov, I.V. Bairachenko, A.R. Kolomiets, R.I. Moisya.

In 1989, the Department of Radio Electronics was headed by Professor Oleg Tretyak, Dr. Sci. (Phys.&Math.), a specialist who studied spin-dependent phenomena in plasma and previously worked at the Department of Semiconductor Physics (during 1993–2008, he was the first vice-rector of Kyiv National University named after Taras Shevchenko). During the years of his leadership, professor S.D. Pohorilyi came to work at the department. (since 1991), associate professors V.I. Hryhoruk (since 1993), Vol.V. Ilchenko (since 1992), assistants Y.V. Boyko (since 1992), O.I. Kelnyk (since 1995).

In 1996, the Department of Radio Electronics was merged with the Department of Semiconductor Physics, and on their basis a new department was created, called the Department of Semiconductor Electronics. This department was headed by Professor Tretyak O.V.

In 2002, the teaching of radio-electronic cycle courses was transferred to the Department of Physical Electronics to which former lecturers of the Department of Radio Electronics I.A.Anisimov, A.I. Kelnik, S.M. Levitskyi, I.I. Slyusarenko were transferred, and educational laboratory of radio electronics.

In April 2011, scientific and pedagogical, and engineering and technical workers who provided teaching of educational disciplines of the radio-electronic cycle were transferred to the graduate Department of Electrical Engineering and Radio-Electronic Systems.

The basis of the department was the former lecturers of the department of radio electronics: Professor Levitskyi S.M., Associate Professors Kelnik A.I. and Sliusarenko I.I. Also, associate professor Chetverikov I.A. was admitted to the department (concurrently), assistants Boretsky V.F., Nikitchin O.M., Soroka S.V. The named department included a senior laboratory assistant A.G. Voitovich, a laboratory assistant Vishnevskaya N.I. and the educational laboratory of radio electronics, consisting of: the head M.B. Rybets, engineers R.V. Bogdanov, Yu.A. Egorov, A.V. Nikirin, P.M. Titov.

Associate Professor Mikhail Reznikov, Candidate of Technical Sciences, a student of one of the founders of the Kyiv Scientific School of Reliability, Academician of the Higher School, Professor B.P. Kredentser, was appointed head of the department. M.I. Reznikov is a specialist in the study of reliability issues of complex radio-electronic systems and complexes, before being released from the ranks of the Armed Forces of Ukraine with the rank of colonel, he headed the department of combat use and operation (electronic weapons) of the Military Institute of the University. From September 2010 to April 2011 he worked as an assistant to the vice-rector of the university for scientific and pedagogical work.

Teaching work

From the first days of formation the new Department of General Radio Engineering faced the task of teaching academic disciplines of the radio-electronic cycle at the Faculty of Radiophysics and at other faculties of the university (Faculty of Cybernetics, Mechanical-mathematical Faculty, Geological Faculty). In particular, students of the Faculty of Radiophysics were taught a course of the basics of electrical engineering (senior lecturer I.V. Bairachenko), general radio engineering (senior lecturer A.R. Rublov), radio engineering and electronic devices (professor Y.I. Fialko). Corresponding laboratory works were created for these courses.

Laboratory workshops of the department were held in small, poorly equipped rooms.

The Department of Electrical Engineering and Radio-Electronic Systems (2012), from left to right: sitting M.B. Rybets, I.I. Sliusarenko, O.H. Voitovych, S.M. Levytskyi, M.I. Reznikov, N.I. Vyshnivska, standing A.V. Nikirin, I.O. Chetverikov, Y.A. Yehorov, O.I. Kelnyk, R.V. Bohdanov, O.M. Nikitchyn, S.V. Soroka, P.M. Titov, V.F. Boretskyi.

The situation changed significantly when the Faculty of Radiophysics moved to a new building in 1975. In the premises provided to the department, a number of laboratory workshops was created:

  • Basics of Electrical Engineering, which was later transformed into a workshop on Radio Engineering Circuit and Signals (supervisor – associate professor I.V. Bairachenko);
  • of General Radio Engineering, later – Basics of Radio Electronics (head – associate professor A.R. Kolomiiets);
  • Electronic Devices (head – assistant A.V. Kuznietsova (Proskura));
  • of Impulse Technology (head – associate professor R.I. Moisia);
  • Electrical and Radio Engineering for Students of Other Faculties (head – associate professor H.I. Kolomiiets).

At the expense of the topics on the contractual basis, which were constantly performed by the team of the department, it was possible to equip all those labs with advanced radio measuring devices. Most of the workshops mentioned are still functioning successfully.

Professor S.M. Levitskyi had been teaching the leading course of lectures on general radio engineering for the department since 1974. (According to the new curriculum of the faculty, this course was named “Fundamentals of Radio Electronics” in 1984). The course of the basics of electrical engineering taught by associate professor I.V. Bairachenko was transformed into the course “Radio engineering circles and signals”. Those two courses including the course “Theory of Oscillations” (the current name of the course is “Oscillations and Waves”), taught by professor S.M. Levitskyi, and later by associate professor I.O. Anisimov, created the block of normative educational disciplines of the radioelectronic cycle, which determines the specifics of the curriculum of the Faculty of Radiophysics till now.

A cycle of works aimed at the intensive implementation of modern computer and network technologies for the automation of physical experiments and organizational activities at the Faculty of Radiophysics and the university was initiated under the leadership of Professor Tretyak O.V. in 1989. Besides, the Center for Automation of Scientific Research was organized on the basis of the department in 1989.

In 1991 “Automation of Scientific Research” specialization was opened by the department, and it became the most popular at the Faculty of Radiophysics. During 1991–1999 the teachers of the department carried out a lot of work for creating new special courses for bachelors and masters of this specialization. A great contribution to this work was made in particular by Professor Pohorilyi S.D. He is a well-known specialist in programming and creating informational computer networks. Assistant Boyko Y.V. was also involved in this work. The faculty and the staff of the department have done significant work for the creation of Ukrainian-language textbooks, manuals, problem books, study guides for laboratory workshops for students of “Automation of Scientific Research” specialization.

During 1996–2002, the Department of Semiconductor Electronics, created on the basis of the Departments of Radio Electronics and Semiconductor Physics, provided the teaching of radioelectronic cycle courses at the Faculty of Radiophysics and Geological Faculty. In this period, in particular, on the initiative of the head of the department Professor O.V. Tretyak, under the leadership of professor S.M. Levytskyi, associate professors I.O. Anisimov, Y.V. Boyko, O.I. Kelnyk created a practicum on computer modeling of radio electronic circuits.

In 2002–2011 the Department of Physical Electronics provided the teaching of radio electronic cycle disciplines. The lecturers and employees of this department (associate professors I.I. Bekh, O.I. Kravchenko, O.E. Lushkin, assistant S.V. Soroka) were involved in holding seminars and practical classes. In the same period Professor S.M. Levytskyi prepared and published a basic textbook “Fundamentals of Radio Electronics” in the series dedicated to the 175th anniversary of the university.

Since 2004 the teaching of the radioelectronic course has been resumed for students of the Faculty of Cybernetics (“Computer electronics”, lecturer – associate professor I.I. Bekh). Under the leadership of I.I  Bekh the practicum for this course was launched. In 2010 the textbook “Computer Electronics” was published (by S.M. Levytskyi, I.I. Bekh). In 2007–2009 a large-scale modernization of the equipment of workshops on radio engineering circles and signals and the basics of radio electronics was carried out (Professor S.M. Levytskyi, associate professors O.I. Kelnyk, I.I. Sliusarenko, assistant S.V. Soroka, head of the educational laboratory of radio electronics M.B. Rybets).

Since 1999, the Faculty of Radiophysics has been expanding cooperation with the Military Institute, in which, after the disbandment of the Kyiv Higher Engineering Radio-Technical Air Defense School Named After Air Marshal O.I. Pokryshkin, the graduate department of combat application and operation (radio-electronic weapons) was created. The best scientific and pedagogical staff of the Radio Engineering Faculty of this glorious military higher educational institution came to work in the department, therefore the pedagogical, methodical, scientific potential and the experience in training of highly qualified engineers in radio engineering were rescued. During 1999–2009, the department trained military specialists according to “Radio engineering” field of study (specialty “Radio Electronic Devices, Systems and Complexes”) for radio engineering troops of the Air Force of Ukraine. Teaching educational disciplines of the normative part of the educational and professional training program was entrusted to the lecturers of the Faculty of Radiophysics. In the shortest possible time associate professors I.I. Sliusarenko, H.I. Kolomiets, O.I. Kelnyk prepared and fruitfully taught such educational disciplines as ” Signal Generating and Shaping “, “Fundamentals of the Theory of Circles”, “Signals and Processes in Radio Engineering”, “Microwave Devices and Antennas”, “Engineering and Computer Graphics”, “Analogue electronic devices” and others. Since 2004, assistant S.V. Soroka was involved in the activity. Many lecturers from other departments of the Faculty of Radiophysics took active part in the training of military specialists. The coordinator of this work was Associate Professor Y.O. Haidai.

In 2000, thanks to the joint efforts of the employees of the Faculty of Radiophysics and Military Institute, Kyiv National University named after Taras Shevchenko received a license (recognition of the ability to start educational activities) for “Radio engineering” field of study for “Radio Electronic Devices, Systems and Complexes” specialty (educational and qualification levels “bachelor”, “specialist”). In 2004, the university was accredited according to the named fields of study, specialty and educational-qualification levels. In the same year, the university received a license for the “Radio engineering” field of study and “Radio Electronic Devices, Systems and Complexes” specialty (educational and qualification level “master”).

In 2010, the Academic Council of the Faculty of Radiophysics initiated the training of specialists in “Radio Engineering” field of study, which was supported by the leadership of the University. Accordingly, during 2010–2011 a package of documents, including a curriculum designed for 3 years of bachelor’s training (on the basis of a junior specialist diploma) was prepared.

In 2011, the Faculty of Radiophysics enrolled students (50 persons) to meet the state demand for the first time, as well as at the expense of legal entities and individuals, and started training of specialists according to “Radio Engineering” field of study.

Scientific work

In connection with the participation of Kyiv University in radar observations of meteors under the program of the International Geophysical Year (IGY) and the International Geophysical Cooperation (IGC) a group of employees was created at the Department of Radiophysics in 1957. It consisted of the Head of the Department of Radiophysics I.A. Deriugin (the head of the group), a senior lecturer I.V. Bairachenko, an assistant A.T. Mizernyuk, fifth-year students V.F. Shkurdod, R.I. Moisia, Y.S. Vsekhsviatska. The aim of group creating was a special radar installation and organization of radar observations at the station located in a picturesque place on the banks of the Dnipro, near the village of Trypillia.

By the beginning of the IGY (January 1958), on the basis of the P-3 type radar station, such an installation was created and radar observations were carried out there according to the IYR and IGC programs. Observations and processing of materials were carried out by the director of Trypillya observation station I.V. Bairachenko, the head of the IGY laboratory R.I. Moisia, assistant A.T. Mizerniuk, engineer V.F. Shkurdod, junior research officer Y.S. Vsekhsvyatska and others.

The observation program was successfully completed, as it is stated in the extract from the minutes of the Academic board of the Faculty of Radiophysics dated February 5, 1960.

Continuation of work on the radar location of meteors, starting from 1962, was carried out at the department of general radio engineering. To increase the scientific level of meteor research, two radar installations with wavelengths of 6.49 m and 9.59 m were created (1961–63) with a high radio pulses repetition rate. They made possible to measure the velocity of meteors and the initial radii of meteor trails. R.I. Moisia, I.V. Bairachenko, V.I. Melnyk, H.I. Kolomiets participated in the creation of that equipment.

In 1964, a coherent-pulse radar was created to measure the speed and direction of meteor trail drift, which enabled the department to participate in the program of the International Year of the Calm Sun (Y.V. Chumak, R.I. Moisia, H.I. Kolomiets).

Thanks to the creation of an experimental base perfect for those times and hard work, the main lecturers and employees of the department during 1967–72 defended candidate theses under the leadership of Professor E.Y. Fialka. Based on the results of those works, data on seasonal and daily variations in the number of meteors were obtained; the law of meteor bodies distribution by mass was established (I.V. Bairachenko), the meteor tracks initial radii were determined (R.I. Moisia). The role of meteors in the sporadic ionization of the ionosphere E-layer was confirmed in the works conducted by A.R. Kolomiets.

Thanks to the improvement of the radar equipment created by the employees of the department, its team gained the opportunity to participate in the All-Union scientific program “Active experiments in space”, which began in the 1970s. Those works were carried out in cooperation with the Institute of Terrestrial Magnetism, Ionosphere and Radio Wave Propagation of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR (IZMIRAN, Troitsk, Moscow region), which was the main organization in this program. The work was carried out in an expeditionary mode with the department’s employees at the place of the experiments in the Astrakhan region.

The first “Zarnitsa-2” experiment, in which employees of the department took part under the leadership of associate professor R.I. Moisia, gave interesting scientific results: the department’s equipment recorded the emission of radio waves during the interaction of the electron beam emitted from the side of the rocket with the plasma formed by the same beam. Those data made it possible to build a theory of plasma-beam interaction in relation to active plasma-beam experiments in the ionosphere (1978–79). The results of “Zarnitsa-2” and “Spoloh” experiments obtained by the department’s employees were highly appreciated at an exposition at the VDNG USSR in Moscow. And the responsible executor of those works R.I. Moisia was awarded the VDNG bronze medal.

Employees of the department also participated in the Soviet-French experiments “Araks-1”, “Araks-2” and others (1980–82) providing ground-based radar observations of plasma formations created in the upper layers of the ionosphere. That work was carried out in collaboration with the staff of the department of astronomy, Faculty of Physics, that performed simultaneous optical observations.

Traditional theoretical and experimental work on studying the interaction of radio waves with ionized meteor trails continued. In 1975–76, the observation post was moved from the village of Trypillia to Borodaansky district near the village of Pylypovychi, where radar observations of meteors were carried on.

The interaction of electromagnetic waves with plasma formations was studied both theoretically and experimentally to clarify the methods of the meteors radar observations processing. Based on the results of those works, an electrodynamic theory of radio wave scattering by meteor trails was formed in 1978–79, which made the radar observations processing of the transitional and super-densified type meteor trails possible (by R.I. Moisia and Y.V. Chumak), the influence of the geomagnetic field on the meteor trails evolution was studied (by S.M. Levytskyi and N. Abdrakhmanov), the influence of meteor trails longitudinal heterogeneity on the radio waves scattering diffraction pattern was considered (by G.I. Kolomiiets), the reflection of radio waves from meteor tracks laboratory models was studied experimentally (by S.M. Levytskyi and I.V. Bairachenko).

In 1982–84, Y.V. Chumak and R.I. Moisia developed a computer simulation program for radar observations of meteors. This program indicated the contribution to observations that meteor trails of various types should make.

In addition to meteor research, laboratory research of plasma was also conducted (1988–89). In particular, the laboratory experiments on the powerful electromagnetic waves passing through the barriers of supercritical plasma were performed in cooperation with the General Physics Institute of the USSR Academy of Sciences in Moscow (by S.M. Levytskyi and Y.V. Zadyraka). S.M. Levytskyi with Y.V. Zadyraka, L.S. Bohdan and D.Y. Syhalovskyi developed and implemented a special experimental setup for the research of the pulsed plasma which is created by an erosion spark source with a sliding discharge. Based on the results of the mentioned works, a patent has been obtained and two PhD theses have been defended (Yu.V. Zadyraka, L.S. Bohdan).

Continuing the study of the interaction of electron beams with plasma, S.M. Levitskyi and I.O. Anisimov carried out (1990–92) the theoretical studies of the phenomenon of transient radiation in inhomogeneous plasma within the framework of the APEX international space project (the leading organization is IZMIRAN of the USSR Academy of Sciences). On the basis of those works, methods of illuminating plasma barriers for electromagnetic waves were later developed (corresponding experiments were performed at the Institute of Nuclear Research of the Academy of Sciences of the Ukrainian SSR), as well as the methods of diagnosing plasma formations by transient radiation.

In order to apply the theory of beam-plasma interaction to active experiments in space plasma in 1993–2012, the beam-plasma interaction in heterogeneous plasma systems in the presence of a magnetic field was investigated theoretically by I.O. Anisimov and O.I. Kelnyk. It was shown, in particular, that effective transient emission of whistling waves (whistlers) is possible in the conditions of active experiments in space plasma. With the participation of T.V. Siverskyi and S.V. Soroka the phenomena of electron beams nonlinear interaction with inhomogeneous plasma related to the deformation of the plasma concentration profile were also investigated. Research on the theory of beam-plasma interaction has been continued to this day at the newly created Department of Electrical Engineering and Radio Electronic Systems.

Since the end of the 1980s, scientists of the department began to implement computer technologies in their scientific research actively. In 1993–1995, a network centre of Kyiv University was created at the department, on the basis of the Centre for Automation of Scientific Research created in 1989, with the direct participation of assistant Y.V. Boyko. In 1995, the www-server of Kyiv University was created, and in 1996, the www-server of the Faculty of Radiophysics. From that moment, Kyiv University became a link in the global information space. Joining the network centre of all university faculties and increasing the speed of information channels became the continuation of these works. The result of the development of this direction was the creation of several systems for automating scientific experiments with built-in computers, as well as the introduction of relevant courses of lectures and workshops (professors S.M. Levitskyi, S.D. Pohorilyi, associate professor I.O. Anisimov (since 2002 – professor), assistant Y.V. Boyko (since 2003 – associate professor)).

During the time of existence of the Department of General Radio Engineering (Radio Electronics), candidate theses were defended by I.V. Bairachenko, A.R. Kolomiets, H.I. Kolomiets, R.I. Moisia, V.M. Perga, V.N. Donii, N.N. Rzhetsky (research advisor E.Y. Fialko), Y.V. Chumak, I.I. Slyusarenko (research advisor R.I. Moisya), I.O. Anisimov, Y.V. Zadiraka, L.S. Bohdan, O.V. Podladchikova, Y.I. Burykin, K.Z. Nuriev, N. Abdrakhmanov  (research advisor Levitskyi S.M.). About 100 research works have been performed by the department’s employees.

Engineering and technical employees O.S. Adamenko, V.H. Berdnikov, N.F. Donets, O.I. Kozonushchenko, L.O. Kostyukhina, O.O. Kot, I.Y. Kotliarov, S.M. Krasovskyi, E.V. Lukyanskyi, L.V. Ozirnyi, N.V. Orishycheva, Z.Y. Polikarpova, M.B. Rybets, P.I. Rosenberg, D.Y. Sygalovskyi, V.V. Soloshenko, V.P. Tymchenko, A.I. Shulga made a lot of efforts to ensure the effective work of the department.

The team of the Department of Electrical Engineering and Radio Electronic Systems are determined to continue research in the mentioned fields, as well as research of such issues as development, construction, reliability and technical diagnostics of sophisticated radio electronic complexes and systems.

Main Publications

  1. Сигаловський Д.Ю. Електронна оптика. – К.: Наукова думка, 1977. – 160 с.
  2. Левитский С.М. Взаимодействие электронных потоков с бегущими электромагнитными волнами. – К.: Изд. КГУ, 1980.
  3. Левитський С.М., Сигаловський Д.Ю. Енергетика і плазма. – К.: Знання, 1980. – 48 с.
  4. Левитський С.М., Сигаловський Д.Ю. Плазма служить людині. – К.: Наукова думка, 1981. – 216 с.
  5. Коломиец А.Р. Методические указания к проведению лабораторных работ по курсу “Радиотехника и электронные приборы”. – К.: Изд. КГУ, 1984.
  6. Левитский С.М., Кошевая С.В. Вакуумная и твердотельная электроника СВЧ. – К.: Вища школа, 1986.
  7. Левитский С.М., Сигаловский Д.Ю. Работают электронные и ионные лучи. – К.: Вища школа, 1987. – 200 с.
  8. Левитский С.М. Элементы и узлы цифровых радиоэлектронных устройств. – К.: УМК МО, 1990.
  9. Левитский С.М. Сигналы и спектры. – К.: УМК МО, 1990.
  10. Байраченко І.В. Радіотехнічні кола і сигнали. – К.: ВПЦ “Київський університет”, 1992.
  11. Анісімов І.О., Бойко Ю.В. Лабораторні роботи з радіоелектроніки. Практикум з моделювання на ЕОМ аналогових електронних схем. – К.: Навчальна типографія Київського університету ім. Т. Шевченка, 1994. – 26 с.
  12. Байраченко І.В., Слюсаренко І.І. Збірник задач з курсу “Радіотехнічні кола і сигнали”. – К.: ВПЦ “Київський університет”, 1996.
  13. Погорілий С.Д. Дискретна математика. – К.: ВПЦ “Київський університет”, 1996.
  14. Левитський С.М., Бойко Ю.В. Лабораторні роботи з основ радіоелектроніки. – К.: ВПЦ “Київський університет”, 1996.
  15. Левитський С.М., Слюсаренко І.І. Елементи та вузли цифрових радіоелектронних пристроїв. – К.: ВПЦ “Київський університет”, 1998. – 75 с.
  16. Левитський С.М. Мікропроцесорна техніка. – К.: ВПЦ “Київський університет”, 1999. – 198 с.
  17. Левитський С.М. Поняття про мікро- і оптоелектроніку. – К.: ВПЦ “Київський університет”, 1999. – 33 с.
  18. Левитський С.М. Напівпровідникові електронні прилади (навчальний посібник). – К.: ВПЦ “Київський університет”, 2000. – 108 с.
  19. Левитський С.М. Принципи радіозв’язку. – К.: ВПЦ “Київський університет”, 2000. – 48 с.
  20. Погорілий С.Д. Лабораторні роботи з програмного конструювання (методичний посібник). – К.: ВПЦ “Київський університет”, 2001.
  21. Левитський С.М. Основи радіоелектроніки (методичний посібник для практичних занять). – К.: ВПЦ “Київський університет”, 2002. – 126 с.
  22. Левитський С.М. Транзисторні підсилювачі електричних сигналів. – К.: ВПЦ “Київський університет”, 2003. – 145 с.
  23. Левитський С.М. Генератори електричних сигналів. – К.: ВПЦ “Київський університет”, 2004. – 118 с.
  24. Левитський С.М., Філоненко К.Г. Методичні вказівки до проведення лабораторних робіт з радіоелектроніки. – К.: ВПЦ “Київський університет”, 2004. – 48 с.
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