The head of lab - Associate Professor Gusev Yu.A.
Microwave technique - a branch of science and technology related to the study and use properties of electromagnetic oscillations and waves in the frequency range from 300 MHz to 300 GHz. These boundaries are relative: in some cases, the lower boundary of the range of
30 MHz believe, but the top - 3 THz.
According to the type of tasks and associated areas of microwave devices and systems (emitting, transmitting, receiving, metering, etc.) can be divided into information relating to radio, television, radar, radio navigation, radio control, technical diagnostics , computers, etc., and the energy used in industrial technology, household appliances, medical, biological and chemical equipment, power transmission, etc.
Specificity of the scientific work of the department has identified areas of choice of subjects of laboratory work that takes place in a university laboratory.
Laboratory work by its nature are divided into two parts. The first part focuses on the study of microwave waveguide technology and techniques of radio physical measurements at microwave frequencies. The second part presents methods for studying the dielectric and magnetic properties of matter. In each work the theory is briefly studied the issue and performance order the work.
List of laboratory works
1. A study of some elements of the waveguide technology.
2. The measuring line.
3. Determination of the impedance measurement of the reflection coefficient.
4. Studies of helical slow-wave type by moving the probe.
5. Determination of the resonator Q measurements VSWR.
6. Microwave frequencies the modulator on the lateral frequencies.
7. The measurement of dielectric constants in the decimeter and centimeter ranges through the measuring line.
8. The measurement of dielectric constants of heterogeneous dielectrics.
9. Investigation of magnetically coupler.
10. The Faraday effect.
11. The kinetics of the effects of magnetization.
12. Electron paramagnetic resonance.
13. Time domain dielectric spectroscopy.