OBJECT No.46 CONSTRUCTION IN BLOCKADED LENINGRAD
N. A. Borisova, The A. S. Popov Central Museum of Communications, Science Director, Ph.D; firstname.lastname@example.org
The voice of Blockaded Leningrad never ceased to sound thanks to object No. 46, a powerful broadcasting station. This was the first-ever practical use of the aerostat antenna that provided stealthiness, as well as reduced construction term.
Keywords: broadcasting, Leningrad Blockade, aerostat antenna, object No. 46.
SATELLITE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS WITH MULTI-BEAM COVERAGE
L.Ya. Kantor, Dr.Sci. (Tech); email@example.com
The article represents the basic features of the satellite communication systems with multi-beam coverage in comparison with traditional single-beam systems.
Keywords: satellite communication, multi-beam coverage, electromagnetic compatibility (EMC).
THE USE OF EXPERT-QUALITATIVE METHOD FOR JUSTIFYING THE CHOICE OF EFFECTIVE INNOVATIONS IN SATELLITE COMMUNICATION
A. S. Adjemov, MTUCI, Rector, Dr.Sci. (Tech); firstname.lastname@example.org
E. V. Boudinov, RSCC, Deputy Director General of for innovative development; email@example.com
D. V. Kuzovkov, MTUCI, associate Professor, Ph. D; firstname.lastname@example.org
To justify innovative solutions and selection of effective innovations in the field of satellite communication using a spacecraft in a highly elliptical orbit (SPACECRAFT in HEO) used expert-qualitative method (EQM), based on expert evaluation method point to the principle of efficiency innovations, qualitative method, quantitative measurement and subsequent ranking of innovation on the level of efficiency. Applications EQM in satellite communication involves the adaptation of the model parameters of a comprehensive assessment of the effectiveness of innovation, the importance of intervals and changes of private indicators of innovation performance of satellite communications.
Keywords: satellite communication, innovation, expert-qualitative method of expert evaluation, qualimetry, the efficiency rate of innovation, selection, ranking of innovation.
METHODOLOGY OF MODELING AND ANALYSIS OF PROCESSES OPERATION OF THE PACKET MULTISERVICE NETWORKS
N. N. Moshak, PJSC «Intelteh», Chief Scientific Officer, Dr.Sci. (Tech); email@example.com
A. I. Yashin, STC PJSC «Intelteh», Deputy Director General Director Dr.Sci. (Tech); firstname.lastname@example.org
E. V. Davydova, The Bonch-Bruevich Saint-Petersburg State University, postgraduate, Senior Lecturer; email@example.com
Offered with the system approach, the basic principles of modeling and analysis of processes of functioning packet infotelecommunication transport systems in view of specificity organization of multimedia connections.
Keywords: NGN, multiservice communications network, infotelecommunication transport system, efficiency criterion, quality of service (QoS), simulation.
ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF EMERGENCY SYSTEM 112 IN TERMS OF IMPORT SUBSTITUTION
M. A. Schneps-Schneppe, Leading Researcher at ZNIIS, Dr.Sci. (Tech); firstname.lastname@example.org
Development of emergency network 112 is a complex project of national importance, which affects all aspects of society. Complexity of the project explains why its implementation meets such difficulties. In order to find solutions, the US experience in the construction of two such systems is considered: Global Information Grid (GIG) of defense department and NG9-1-1 — a unique next-generation network for emergency calls. Considered two strategies of Russian telecoms in terms of import substitution: 1) the transition to packet switching technology based on imported equipment, or 2) the development of telecommunication networks on their own, improving the SS7 system and Russian intelligent network.
Keywords: emergency service 112, circuit switching, packet switching, SS7, SIP, intelligent network, GIG, NG9–1–1, import substitution.
MODEL OF HUMAN INTERACTION WITH INTELLIGENT INFORMATION SYSTEM
A. S. Bakanov, Institute of Psychology RAS, Researcher Department of Engineering Psychology and Ergonomics, Ph.D.; email@example.com
D. V. Volchkov, Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics RAS, Lead Programmer; firstname.lastname@example.org
N. B. Bakanova, Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics RAS, Lead Sector, Ph.D.; email@example.com
The article presents the results of empirical research to develop a model of human interaction with intelligent information system. The model describes the process of interaction with an intelligent information system, the process of determining the criteria for the assessment of alternatives, as well as decision-making process.
Keywords: modeling, information interaction, Intellectual information system.
ECONOMIC ISSUES OF UTILIZING FREQUENCY SPECTRUM AS MANUFACTURING RESOURCE AND THE OBJECT OF PUBLIC MANAGEMENT
E. E. Volodina, MTUCI, Рrofessor, Аssociate professor, Ph.D.; firstname.lastname@example.org
The article describes the role and place of frequency spectrum in economy development and enterprises’ production activity. Author has systematized and classified features of frequency spectrum as natural resource, limited manufacturing resource and the object of public management. The trend of spectrum management is analyzed and provisions for building complex economic and methodological mechanism of spectrum management is developed.
Keywords: frequency spectrum, frequency resource, public natural resource, limited manufacturing resource, social production, demand, supply, direct and induced effect, usage cost efficiency, complex economic management mechanism.