In 2011 among the measures to upgrade laboratories for providing educational process for the cathedra,  was delivered and put into operation a modern specialized equipment manufactured by company HUAWEI (China) for switching and routing data in the network infrastructure of large enterprises currently use for conduction of laboratory works and experimental researches.

Conduction of laboratory works by assistants A. Konovalov and O. Bauzha in HUAWEI classroom

Conduction of laboratory works by assistants A. Konovalov and O. Bauzha in HUAWEI classroom

The laboratory of digital communication have advanced equipment produced by company MIPS Technologies, that can be used for laboratory works and practical training. Department has scientific contacts with MIPS Technologies company. The Department has a boards DE1, DE2, DE0 form Altera company, which are used in lab studies of digital logic, computer architecture and more.

Conduction of laboratory works by Associate Professor O. Barabanov in the laboratory of digital communication

Conduction of laboratory works by Associate Professor O. Barabanov in the laboratory of digital communication

Workplaces and equipment manufactured by HUAWEI Corp.

Workplaces and equipment manufactured by HUAWEI Corp.

Microprocessor laboratory with modern equipment of leading firms

Microprocessor laboratory with modern equipment of leading firms

Experimental stand and  increased image of board ALTERA DE1

Experimental stand and  increased image of board ALTERA DE1

For conducting of scientific researches, and laboratory works all professors, teachers and students of Department have access to created by University Information and Computer Center high-performance computer resources, especially for heterogeneous cluster. Implementation of this project is carried out with the support of corporation Intel.

Discussion and analysis of scientific calculations by Professor S. Pogorilyy and Associate Professor Y. Boyko

Discussion and analysis of scientific calculations by Professor S. Pogorilyy and Associate Professor Y. Boyko