This research portfolio presents scientific and technological developments by researchers of TUSUR University in the University’s key areas of research.
This automated test complex (ATC) for spacecraft power conditioning units (PCU) is a multi-purpose system that consists of independent devices – solar array and battery simulators, load simulators, control and test station and measurement tools that can be controlled automatically or by an operator working in special software at an automated workplace.
The antenna is designed to receive radio-navigation signals as an element of consumer GNSS navigation equipment, both ground and naval.
The new intelligent thermostabilizing coatings are formed by detonation layering or by application of paint made of barium titanate zirconate powder and rare-earth metal manganite with controllable phase transition and high resistance to radiation.
The new Li-ion battery monitoring and control module...
This software/hardware complex is based on a computer-based digital navigation receiver for reception of GLONASS, GPS, KOMPASS and GALILEO signals.
The focused electron beam is a source of thermal power for thermal treatment of various materials.
This equipment is an electron beam unit that consists of a vacuum system, electron-beam gun, power supply equipment, electrically-driven manipulator and a digital control system.