Theoretical Study of Intense High-Frequency Electromagnetic Waves Propagation in Atmosphere Including Nonstationary, Nonlinear and Kinetic Effects.
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Development of the Method for Producing Electromagnetic Wave Beams with Small Divergence
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Development of a Method for Producing Electromagnetic Wave Beams with Small Divergence
Opportunities for Investigation of Development of New Class of Vacuum Microelectronics Devices - Monotron Generators of Mm Waveband Radiation Based on Field Emission Cathodes
Laser Acceleration by Plasmoids
Investigation of Irregular Waveguide Systems Aimed at Creating Optimum Conditions of Propagation of Ultra Wide Band (UWB) Pulses in them and Refining Standards of Pulse Electromagnetic Fields
Ferroelectric Film Structures for Application in Radioelectronic Devices
Development of High-Sensitive Devices for Registration and Spectral Analysis of Terahertz Weak Electromagnetic Radiation on the Base of Thin Film Josephson Junction from High-Tc Superconductors
Electromagnetic Effects at Blasting Destruction of Rocks
Screening Effect of Vegetation in Active (SAR) and Passive (Radiometric) Remote Sensing of the Earth’s Covers and in Radio-Communication in UHF-, VHF-, and Microwave (X-, C-, S-, L-, and P-) Bands
Development and Investigation of the Metaloxide Superconducting Bicrystal Josephson Junctions and Heterostructures for Detection of Weak Electromagnetic Fields
Development of an Integrated Superconducting Submm Spectrometer for Radiostronomy and Atmosphere Monitoring
Study of Opportunities for the Submillimeter Polarizational Spectroscopy in Pulsed Magnetic Fields up to 50 T
Miniature Tunable Microwave Oscillators Based on Acoustic and Spin-Wave Frequency Selective Elements
Non-invasive Electromagnetic Investigation of Muscular Tissue State
Application of Multi-Frequency Polarimetric Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) at Decimeter (L, P) and Meter (VHF) Bands for Surface and Subsurface Sensing of Soils and Vegetation Cover
Planar Layered Structures Based on Ferroelectric Films Intended for Applications in Radioelectronic Tunable Devices of Millimeter Wavelength Band
Development of 30 GHz/30 MW Pulsed Gyroklystron for International Electron-Positron Super-Collider Programme
Development and Study of Integrated Receivers for Operation Frequencies 0.5-1 THz
Terahertz Josephson Spectroscopy
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