Premises for lectures and laboratory works
Practical learning of students is being conducted at the following laboratories of the DEDEC chair:
Total area of the lecture-halls and laboratories — 426 sq. m.
The working places of the computerized laboratories of information rtechnologies, simulation of semiconductor devices and ICs, artificial intelligence and development of non-standard input/output techniques of computers are pooled in a local network of the DEDEC chair with the use of Windows NT operational system. The local network of the Chair is connected to the university network via chair's sequencer.
The laboratory of digital technologies
At the present moment the laboratory is situated in the room 339-12 of the main NTUU building. Within the 1st quarter of 2008 the laboratory shall shall be removed to room 339 of building 12, total area 110 sq. m.
The person responsible for the laboratory — Prof . O. M. Lysenko.
The laboratory is involved in fulfillment of scientific-research and experimental-design works based on the following electronic platforms: PLIC fabricated by ALTERA, RISC-microcontrollers of the MSP-430 fabricated by Texas Instruments, DSP-processors — series С 24 х ( F 243, LF 2407), С 28 х ( F 2812) and С 55 х ( С 5510) fabricated by Texas Instruments, AVR RISC-microcontrollers fabricated by Atmel company, precise measuring microcontrollers of the MSC 12xx fabricated by Texas Instruments, wireless technologies ZigBee of the IEEE 802.15.4 standard based on radio-modems produced by Chipcon company.
The laboratory of digital technologies is basic for practical mastering of such disciplines as "Computational devices and systems", "Design of single-chip systems", "Electronic computational techniques based on digital signal processors", and "Peripheral devices".
The laboratory serves as a base for the Design Center of DEDEC chair, for the official center of mastering the products supplied by the Altera company to Ukraine, and includes the educational laboratories of Texas Instruments and Atmel companies.
The laboratory is arranged in rooms 331-a and 331-b of building 12, total area — 130 sq. m.
The person responsible for the laboratory — assistant professor P. V. Kuchernyuk.
The laboratory is equipped with a local network designed for 26 working places, and a communication center of the DEDEC chair communication network. The Chair's local network is coupled to the university network through the Chair sequencer. The laboratory has modern computers, type PENTIUM IV (9 units), and Celeron 3,2 (7 units), updated periodically. The network software includes Windows NT Server and Workstation in the laboratory, and FreeBSD Unix in the sequencer. Each student of the Chair has a possibility for arrangement of his personal mail-box on the e-mail server of the Chair, and may use the computational resources for his individual work at least for an hour every day.
The laboratory of information technologies serves as a base for mastering the following disciplines: "Computational means and programming", "Phisical-and-theoretical principles of designing of electronic devices", "Computer-aided design and technologies", "LSI design based on customer's orders", "Foundations of business-oriented and computerized graphics", "Hard- and software tools of networks with electronic-computational equipment", "Modern computerized technologies in design of electronic computational equipment", and "Electronic computational facilities for banking applications". The students working in this laboratory have to study the MS-DOS and Windows operational systems, programming languages C++ and Assembler, methods of creation of applied programs for access and control of databases — C-Builder and Delphi, get some experience in the work with administering the servers of databases Interbase and Oracle, electronic tables, with hypertexts and preparation of WEB-pages, and in administering the networks. While engaged in fulfillment of their topical and diploma works, the students become acquainted with contemporary packages of programs for construction, logic, and circuitry design — PCAD, OrCAD, DesignLab, and the package for preparation of design documentation such as AutoCAD.
The laboratory is arranged in room 201-b of building 12, total area — 68 sq. m.
The person responsible for the laboratory — senior lecturer V. F. Smishko.
The laboratory is well equipped with up-to-date measuring instruments and devices permitting to carry out various practical tests. It serves as a base for practical training in such disciplines as "Foundations of radioelectronics", "Circuitry of electronic devices and instruments", "Analog and digital electronics", "Foundations of metrology, interchangeability and standardization". Here the students are studying the principles of construction, operation, and usage of check-and-measurement equipment, principles of layout and analysis of electric networks, and the main electric characteristics and principles of operation of the contemporary electronic analog and digital circuitry as well as principles of creation of electronic circuits based on this circuitry.
The laboratory is situated in room 325 of building 12, total area — 44 sq. m.
The person responsible for the laboratory — senior lecturer O. I. Lysenko.
The laboratory serves as a base for practical training in such disciplines as "Foundations of microelectronics", "LSI design based on customer's orders", and "Modern computerized technologies in design of electronic computational equipment". Here the students are studying the principles of construction and operation of present-day microelectronic devices and microcircuits. They obtain the necessary knowledge in the field of designing and analysis of microcircuits and of the circuitry composed of LSI made by customer's orders.
The laboratory is arranged in room 327 of building 12, total area — 44 sq. m.
The person responsible for the laboratory — assistant lecturer N. O. Bondarenko.
The laboratory is equipped with a local network for 12 working places, and with modern computers PENTIUM (6 units), PC-386 (4 units) with periodically updated hardware, and with simulators "Microlab-580" (6 unints). The network software used is Windows NT Workstation.
The laboratory of artificial intelligence and development of non-standard I/O techniques in computers serves as a base for practical training in such disciplines as "Computational and microprocessor as a part of electronic equipment", "Electronic computational devices and systems", "Artificial intelligence", "Expert systems", "Production systems with artificial intelligence". Here the students are studying the principles of construction and operation of present-day microprocessor and other electronic computational devices. They obtain the necessary knowledge in the field of expert systems and the systems of arficial intelligence.
The laboratory is situated in room 329 of building 12, total area — 68 sq. m.
The person responsible for the laboratory — assistant professor A. P. Miroshnychenko.
The laboratory is well eqiopped with modern check-and measurement devices and instruments for practical tests. It serves as a base for practical training in such disciplines as "Materials studies and materials for electron devices", "Physical principles of electron devices", "Circuitry for electron devices", "Principles of designing of electronic computational devices".
Here the students are studying the main physical phenomena occurring in the contemporary electronic devices, principles of construction and operation of semiconductor devices and their electrric characteristics. The future specialists obtain the necessary theoretical and practical knowledge in the field of designing of the dicrete circuitry and its applications.