# List of subjects

## List of subjects of bachelors

Teaching of **higher mathematics aims to**:

• development of logical and algorithmic thinking;

• developing of self-study skills of scientific literature in mathematics and its application;

• gaining experience in mathematical research of applied tasks.

**Content modules and learning elements:**

__Section 1. Analytical geometry and linear algebra.__

__Section 2. Differential calculus of functions of one variable.__

2.2. Differential calculus of a function of one variable.

__Section 3. Integral calculus of functions of one variable.__

3.2. Defined integral.

__Section 4. Differential calculus of functions of many variables.__

Functions of many variables, partial derivatives, total derivative, tangent planes and normal lines, Taylor’s formula, extremum of a function of many variables, conditional extremum of functions of many variables.

__Section 5. Integral calculus of functions of many variables.__

5.2. Curvilinear and surface integrals.

5.3. Vector analysis.

__Section 6. Ordinary differential equations.__

6.2. Higher order differential equations

6.3. Systems of ordinary differential equations.

__Section 7. Series.__

7.2. Functional series.

__Section 8. Functions of a complex variable and their application.__

8.2. Operating calculus.

**Goals and objectives of discipline:**

– the range of phenomena described in this area of physics;

– on the basis of which experimental data were formulated certain laws;

– what requests of technology stimulated the development of this branch of physics;

– formulation of basic concepts and laws of physics.

**Content modules and learning elements:**

__Section 1. Mechanics.__

__Section 2. Molecular physics and thermodynamics.__

__Section 4. Electromagnetism.__

__Section 6. Quantum optics.__

__Section 7. Nuclear physics.__

As a result of studying the module the student must:

**assimilate:**

- general principles, types, methods and levels of standardization; systems of parametric series used in standardization, mathematical methods in standardization; methods of normalization of errors of measuring instruments.

**be able to:**

- use the international system of SI units;
- to carry out measurements of different types, to reveal sources of errors, to learn ways of their reduction and prevention;
- calculate random and systematic errors when performing different types of measurements: direct, indirect, cumulative and compatible;
- calculate the instrumental measurement error according to the passport data of the device;
- use basic measuring instruments and instruments.

**The objective of learning the discipline is: **

1) acquisition by students of theoretical knowledge, skills and practical abilities on harmonization of relations of society and man with nature;

2) training of a specialist who will have knowledge related to solving technical issues in the field of ecology.

**The subject** of study of the discipline is theoretical and practical knowledge of the basics of ecology, requirements for the rationalization of nature management, environmental protection issues.

The **goal** of safety of vital activity is theoretical and practical training of future professionals to create safe living and working conditions, learning the principles of harmonious development of the individual and sustainable development of society. The task of safety of vital activity is to identify the conditions of positive and negative impact on human life and health of external and internal factors, justification of optimal living conditions and principles. The object of study of safety of vital activity is a person in all aspects of its activities (physical, psychological, spiritual, social). The subject of the study is the impact on human life and health of external and internal factors. Requirements for knowledge and skills – after studying the initial discipline “Safety of vital activity” students must:

**1) Know**: basic principles of formation of safe human life; characteristics of external and internal negative factors; the influence of psychophysiological features of man on the formation of his security; classification and regulation of harmful and dangerous factors that adversely affect human health; methods of detecting harmful and dangerous factors; legislative acts and normative documents on the issues of human life safety; basic principles of collective security; principles of harmonious human development and sustainable human development.

**2) Be able to:**analyze and evaluate dangerous situations; assess the living environment in relation to personal safety, team safety; independently make decisions on taking urgent measures in case of extreme situations; ensure personal safety in extreme situations; develop and implement a system of measures aimed at preserving human health and its harmonious development; determine the psychophysiological characteristics of man and their role in ensuring personal safety; assess the negative factors of the environment and identify ways to eliminate their effects on humans; provide first aid in extreme situations to yourself and other victims; determine the requirements of legislation within the framework of personal and collective responsibility.

**Basics of Theory of Circuits-1: “Basics of theory of linear circuits” **

**Objective of discipline** – the formation of students’ knowledge system in the field of theory of electrical circuits, the basics of construction and operation of RED (radio electronic devices). application of theory in the study and development of RED.

** Tasks of discipline:**

- Study of the basics of the theory of linear circuits and its application in the analysis, synthesis, design of linear devices.
- Study of the principles of construction, basics of operation and development of electronic devices.
- Acquisition of practical skills, abilities of research and development of functional, basic schemes of linear electronic devices on the basis of modern element base and software of analysis and design of electronic schemes and devices, practical mastering of methods of calculations of electronic circuits and device elements, construction of adequate mathematical models;
- Acquaintance with perspective directions of improvement and development of RED, means of telecommunication, software of the analysis and designing of electronic schemes and devices.

As a result of studying the discipline students must **be able to**:

- perform calculations of DC and AC modes of electronic devices;
- perform analysis in the time and frequency domains of the passage of signals through electronic devices;
- calculate the basic parameters of the elements of electronic devices;
- form requirements to elements of electric schemes of electronic devices, proceeding from their functional purpose.

**Basics of Theory of Circuits-1: “Basics of theory of nonlinear circuits”**

**Subjective of studying the credit module**is to form a system of knowledge in students in the field of theory of nonlinear electronic circuits, to study the properties and principles of functioning of electronic devices, the basics of construction and operation of RED (radio electronic devices), application of theory in the study and development of RED.

**tasks**are solved:

- theoretical and practical study of the basics of the theory of nonlinear radio circuits (mathematical models and methods of their calculations);
- basic properties of nonlinear radio circuits;
- practical mastering of the theory and methods of calculations of nonlinear electronic circuits and device elements, construction of adequate mathematical models for them;
- study of methods and obtaining skills of experimental research of characteristics of elements of radio electronic devices.

**be able to**:

- create mathematical models for calculating nonlinear circuits for DC and AC modes in the time and frequency domains;
- perform analysis of nonlinear circuits in the time and frequency domains when passing different values of signals through electronic devices when using a computer;
- calculate the basic parameters of the elements of electronic devices;
- to form requirements to the elements of electrical circuits of electronic devices, based on their functional purpose.

**Subjective of discipline** is to form in students a system of knowledge about the peculiarities of the physical processes of radiation and propagation of electromagnetic waves in various environments, technical devices that guide and transform electromagnetic waves.

**Content modules and learning elements:**

__Topic 1. Fundamentals of electromagnetic field (EMF) theory.__

EMF energy. Methods for solving Maxwell’s equations. Calculation of EMF of a homogeneous plane wave. Properties and main characteristics of flat EM waves. Scattering of plane waves at the interface of two media. Plane EM wave in anisotropic media.

__Topic 2. EMW (electromagnetic waves) in the guide structures.__

EMW in regular and homogeneous guide structures without losses. Calculation of EMF in waveguides.

EMW in deceleration systems. Characteristics of modes in transmission lines. Mixed wave mode. Narrowband agreement.

__Topic 3. Radiation of electromagnetic waves.__

Radiation field of an elementary electric dipole. Radiation field of an elementary magnetic dipole. EMF diffraction.

Discipline “Economics of the industry” **studies** the conditions of functioning of sectors of the economy in different market structures, factors of development of industry markets, methodological foundations of effective management of the industry and the firm, as well as mechanisms of state regulation of industry development.

The **subject of study** of the economy of the industry – is a set of different components of the resources used, the laws of their location in the sectoral aspect, a certain composition of economic laws, which manifests itself in the form of methodological foundations of effective management of sectoral socio-economic systems. Under the effective management of the sectoral socio-economic system should be understood as a set of management influences, which ensures the functioning and development of the industry, but the best option, which is established on the basis of appropriate criteria of optimality and constraints.

The study of the discipline uses theoretical and empirical methods of scientific knowledge: systems theory, the theory of regional development, the theory of the public sector, as well as methods of factor, comparative analysis and more.

**Objective of discipline** is to study students of the modern system of legislation and regulations to perform the following tasks:

– orientation and practical use;

– formation of skills of work with system legal and normative field;

– mastering knowledge about the dynamics of the development of legal support of telecommunications.

**Content modules and learning elements:**

__Legal and regulatory base of telecommunications:__

- Telecommunications (TC) is a priority factor in the development of society.
- The main problems of innovation and telecommunications in Ukraine.
- The system of legislation of Ukraine on telecommunications.
- Law of Ukraine on Telecommunications.
- Problems of formation and implementation of the National Telecommunication System.
- Telecommunication market. Corporate information and telecommunication systems.
- The role and functions of the National Communications Regulation Commission (NCRC).

__Systematization of information law:__

- Information legislation classification system.
- Comparative characteristics of types of systematization of information legislation.
- Telecommunications and networks.
- Security of telecommunications and telecommunications networks.
- Social and ethical influences of telecommunication and information systems.

**Objective**: to form an initial idea of the appointment of university graduates in the chosen specialty, the structure of graduate training, the basic terminology of the specialty used in the following general engineering and special disciplines.

**Content modules and learning elements:**

2. Messages and signals in telecommunication networks: information, messages, their classification; signals, their classification; primary signals of telecommunication networks.

3. Principles of signal transmission in telecommunication systems: principles of signal transmission in telecommunication networks, signal conversion.

4. Theory of teletraffic – the basis of design and calculation of telecommunications systems and networks: mathematical model of service process, the problem of teletraffic theory, the mathematical apparatus of teletraffic theory, basic concepts of teletraffic theory, deterministic and random message flows, the most common message flows in telecommunications networks.

5. Load and characteristics of service quality: the concept of load and work in telecommunications systems and networks, their types; fully accessible switching system (FASS), which serves the simplest and most primitive flows with and without losses; inaccessible inclusions (systems) with obvious losses (OV); methods of calculating OV.

6. Transmission lines in telecommunication networks.

7. Transmission systems in telecommunication networks.

8. Analog switching systems of telecommunications.

9. Quasi-electronic and electronic switching systems of telecommunications.

10. Radio telecommunication systems.

11. Principles of construction of radio systems of direct visibility.

12. Mobile communication systems.

13. Principles of construction of satellite communication systems.

14. Information and telecommunication networks: the concept of information and telecommunication network as a set of information and computing resources that exist in the telecommunication environment; architecture of modern information and telecommunication networks; means of communication in information and telecommunication networks; concepts: client, server, workstations, environment of information and telecommunication networks; main components of the architecture of information and telecommunication networks; topology of information and telecommunication networks; protocols as rules of interaction of functional elements of a network; interfaces; technical means of information and telecommunication networks; information and software resources of the information and telecommunication network.

15. Local area networks. Internet. ISDN: topology of local networks, topology of global networks, means of access in local networks, transmission of information in global networks, protocols of local networks, logical architecture of information and telecommunication networks, ISDN network – digital network with integration of services.

The discipline outlines the basic laws of information exchange processes in telecommunication systems, signal generation and principles of their transmission and processing in telecommunication channels under interference, general principles of system analysis and synthesis of telecommunication systems.

**Objective** of teaching the discipline is to study the sections of applied economics and the basics of organization of production and production activities of the enterprise which have theoretical provisions of the general laws of market economy in production and economic activities of enterprises for efficient use of all resources and competitiveness.

As a result of studying the discipline the **student must know**:

- economic essence, composition, structure, classification, features of reproduction, methods of depreciation, factors of formation of efficiency of use of fixed assets of the enterprise;
- economic essence, composition, structure and classification of current assets and working capital; general concepts of rationing, factors shaping the efficiency of working capital;
- the concept and composition of intangible resources and assets of the enterprise;
- content and characteristics of production costs, the concept of cost of production and its calculation;
- economic content and functions of prices, types of prices, methods of pricing in market conditions;
- the concept of income and financial result of the enterprise, the mechanism of formation and use of profits in market conditions;
- economic essence of investments, their types and characteristics, methods of assessing the economic efficiency of investment projects;
- elements and principles of production organization;
- the structure of the production process and its organization in space and time;
- features of the organization of flow production;
- forms and systems of remuneration; features of the organization of subsidiary farms

The **student must be able to** analyze and evaluate:

- structure, dynamics, technical condition and efficiency of use of fixed assets;
- structure and efficiency of working capital use;
- the personnel structure of the enterprise and labor productivity;
- the amount of amortization of intangible assets;
- cost of production;
- product price;
- income, profit and profitability;
- economic efficiency of investment projects;
- types of enterprises on various grounds;
- structure of the production cycle;
- the term of the technological cycle depending on the type of movement of objects of labor in production;
- flow line parameters;
- payroll of various categories of employees

Within the framework of the discipline the problems of the ethno-political context of the history of Ukraine are considered. Aspects of formation and development of historical and ethnographic regions of Ukraine, features of ethnopolitics in different periods of life of the Ukrainian people, historical processes of migration and emigration phenomena of Ukrainians, aspects of ethnopolitical life of the modern period in the history of Ukraine are offered.

The program “Ukrainian language for professional purposes” provides theoretical and practical material on various aspects of professional communication, language and business etiquette, the importance of the Ukrainian language in society, the peculiarities of the language system. Models of behavior and aspects of creating the image of a business person are considered, the rules of registration of business papers, language clichés, appeals, the most used in each type of documents are given. The peculiarities of the oral form of professional communication are also considered.

**The course aims to:**

- to acquaint student with the content, the subject of philosophy;
- show the specifics of philosophical knowledge in the system of spiritual culture;
- to reveal the main directions of world philosophical thought.

The** task of studying** the discipline is to master the basic knowledge of the history of Western European, Ukrainian philosophy, as well as philosophical ontology, epistemology and social philosophy.

The student **must know**:

- subject and functions of philosophy and the specifics of the ideological nature of philosophical knowledge;
- the content of the main historical types of philosophizing – from antiquity to the present day;
- main aspects of the problem of ontology, epistemology, logic, social philosophy, philosophical anthropology and philosophy of history.

The student **must** **be able to**:

- think independently and analyze the content of major philosophical problems;
- express a philosophical idea logically, meaningfully and clearly;
- operate with the main philosophical categories;
- apply the rules of dialectical thinking in the analysis of philosophical; socio-cultural problems;
- apply the basic principles of philosophical analysis in the practice of teaching;
- be able to systematize and generalize specific scientific knowledge.

The main **objective** of the credit module is to reveal the universal meaning and social purpose of the history of Ukrainian culture as an integrating system of knowledge about the experience of the Ukrainian people in the system of universal values and achievements.

**task of the course**is to form in students a holistic view of the processes of cultural development in Ukraine. Students must understand the place of national culture in the world cultural process, get an idea of the continuity of cultural development, both humanity as a whole and the individual nation. Students must understand the general patterns of cultural development and their impact on the formation of a civilized society and human personality. An important point of this program is the disclosure of controversial issues of Ukrainian history and development of national culture, which have long been banned, silenced or covered in a biased manner. For example: “Problems and obstacles to the development of the Ukrainian language”, “Coverage of cultural processes in Ukraine by representatives of the Ukrainian diaspora”, “Tendency and socialist orientation of literature and art during the Soviet era”, “Prominent figures of Ukrainian culture”.

**practical subjective**of the course is to reveal to students the processes of complex cultural development, which formed the national culture, national consciousness, mentality of Ukrainians.

**Objective of the discipline:**

a) *scientific and legal*: to establish and form students’ knowledge of the provisions of the Basic Law of Ukraine, as well as to give a clear idea of its organic links with certain branches of law and legislation;

b) *general education*: study of the historical preconditions of the constitutional process in Ukraine and the impact of the constitutional law of Ukraine on all branches of law and intersectoral relations, the impact on state-building processes in Ukraine;

c) *educational*: to promote the formation of patriotism, socio-political and legal culture of the future lawyer.

The **tasks** set before students in the process of studying the discipline are the need to learn:

a) to be guided in the system of the legislation on the constitutional law of Ukraine;

b) correctly interpret and apply the norms of the Constitution of Ukraine and other normative legal acts;

c) to distinguish state bodies from other formations and from each other; determine their competence;

d) analyze law enforcement acts.

The study of the discipline “Constitutional Law of Ukraine” involves the achievement of such an educational and qualification level of training, at which he must

**Know:**

– subject of constitutional law of Ukraine;

– basic and auxiliary methods of research of the constitutional law of Ukraine;

– historical experience of constitutional construction, basics of the theory of the Constitution;

– general principles of the constitutional order of Ukraine;

– constitutional regulation of human and civil rights, freedoms and responsibilities;

– the concept of electoral system and suffrage;

– constitutional principles of organization and functioning of legislative, executive and judicial power in Ukraine;

– constitutional and legal bases of organization and activity of local self-government bodies.

**Be able to:**

– possess constitutional and legal concepts and categories;

– use knowledge of the constitutional law of Ukraine in legal practice;

– monitor the links between the norms of constitutional law and the norms of other branches of law;

– within the limits of what is permissible to give an analysis and interpretation of the norms of constitutional law;

– use constitutional and legal procedures for the protection of human rights and freedoms;

– substantiate the constitutionality and expediency of legal decisions.

The main objective of the discipline is the formation of the necessary communicative capacity in the areas of professional and situational communication in oral and written forms.

**Objective: **

– image of three-dimensional geometric bodies by methods of descriptive geometry and engineering graphics;

– development of stable reading skills of engineering drawings;

– execution of engineering and construction drawings in accordance with the requirements of the standards.

– development of stable drawing skills on the computer.

**Informatics-1:** “Computer hardware and software”

The credit module “Computer Hardware and Software” plays an important role in students learning the basics of working with a computer and learning programming skills. The value of this credit module is that it provides basic knowledge of hardware and software of computer systems and networks.

Objective of the credit module is for students to study modern computer technology to perform the following tasks:

- orientation and practical use;
- formation of skills of work with system and applied software;
- mastering the basics of programming in algorithmic languages (for example, the programming language C).

As a result of studying the discipline students must

__KNOW:__

- structure and principles of functioning of hardware and software components of computer systems and networks;
- basics of C programming.

__BE ABLE TO:__

- qualified to work on a personal computer with system and application software;
- select hardware and software to solve specific applications;
- develop programs in C.

**Informatics-2:** “Programming technologies”

Discipline “Informatics-2. Programming technologies “. This discipline provides a basic knowledge of software technologies used in telecommunications networks, which is essential for disciplines related to the development and use of software and information components of telecommunications networks.

**Subjective** of the discipline is to study students of modern computer technology to perform the following tasks:

- orientation and practical use;
- formation of skills of work with system and applied software;
- mastering the basics of programming in algorithmic, object-oriented languages (for example, programming languages C, C ++).

As a result of studying the discipline students must

__KNOW:__

- basics of programming in C, C ++ languages;
- creating applications using an object-oriented approach.

__BE ABLE TO:__

- qualified to work on a personal computer with system and application software;
- make a choice of software to solve specific application problems;
- develop programs in C, C ++.

**Telecommunication networks-2:** “Management of telecommunication networks”

The discipline “Management of telecommunication networks” reveals the basics and principles of management of telecommunication networks based on hardware and software of dynamic control. Within the framework of the discipline modern standards, protocols, interfaces of control systems of telecommunication networks are also studied.

The course studies the basics of general management theory and control systems of telecommunication networks, the platform of the control system of modern domestic telecommunication networks, its construction and features of operation.

** Objective** of the discipline is to form in students a system of knowledge of constructive and technological principles of construction and application of control systems in modern telecommunication networks.

** Tasks of the discipline** is to provide students with knowledge of the theory of control systems, practical skills in building, modeling and calculation of control systems.

As a result of studying the discipline, students must:

**KNOW:**** **

- main characteristics of modern telecommunication measurements;
- principles of building control systems in telecommunication networks (TCN);
- modern methods of optimization of control systems in TCN;
- methods and means of implementing control systems in TCN.

**BE ABLE TO:**

- to carry out the analysis and synthesis of characteristics of TCN which define efficiency of control systems of TCN;
- substantiate the choice of methods and means of implementation of modern TCN management systems;
- to develop real optimal control systems of modern TCN.

**BE FAMILIAR:**** **

- with tendencies and perspective directions of development of TCN management systems.

**Telecommunication networks-3:** “Switching systems in telecommunication networks”

Discipline “Switching systems” reveals the basic principles of construction and operation of telephone networks and switching systems. Public switched telephone network (PSTN) occupy a significant place among telecommunication networks and are a set of terminal devices, telephone exchanges, lines and channels, as well as transit switching nodes. Switching systems are complex systems designed to receive and distribute various message traffic.

The course studies the theory of telephone messages, the principles of construction and management of PSTN, equipment of analog and digital switching systems, their construction, operation and maintenance.

** Objective of teaching **the discipline is to study the problems associated with the principles of construction and operation of public telephone networks and switching systems.

** The task of studying the discipline:**when studying the course it is necessary to master the basics of the theory of telephone messages and the principles of construction of PSTN and switching systems. This requires knowledge of mathematics, physics, theoretical foundations of the theory of electric circuits, pulse and digital technology. The scientific basis of the discipline is based on the theory of telephone messages, the theory of finite state machines.

As a result of studying the discipline, students must:

**KNOW:**

- basics of telephone switching;
- basics of the theory of telephone messages;
- general principles of construction of public telephone networks;
- principles of construction of analog automatic telephone exchanges;
- functional construction of digital switching systems;
- options for constructing a digital switching field;
- construction of functional modules and their connection to the digital switching field;
- digital switching node access subsystem;
- digital signaling node signaling subsystem;
- organization of synchronization in the digital switching node and on the telecommunication network;
- construction of switching control equipment of digital switching units.

**BE ABLE TO:**

- analyze the construction and operation of PSTN;
- analyze the construction and operation of any digital switching system;
- to operate digital switching units, to carry out start-up and adjustment works, to organize repair works;
- carry out work at switching stations for maintenance and ensure compliance with safety regulations;
- perform work on the organization and management of PSTN, make decisions independently;
- to design digital switching units in TMZK to substantiate design decisions.

**Special section of mathematics-1:** “Discrete Math”

Discipline “Special sections of mathematics-1. Discrete Mathematics” plays an important role in the development of students’ mathematical foundations of computer and telecommunications technology, understanding of approaches to solving algorithmic problems in telecommunications. The peculiarity of this discipline is that it provides special knowledge on the application of mathematical methods to solve complex problems in the development of telecommunications networks and special software, which is essential for disciplines related to the development and use of hardware, software and information components of telecommunication networks.

**Objective** of the discipline is for students to study specialized mathematical methods to perform the following tasks:

- mastering the basics of set theory;
- mastering the basics of using algorithms and recursion;
- mastering the basics of graph theory;
- mastering the basics of network theory;
- mastering the basics of combinatorial calculations;
- mastering the skills of practical use of mathematical methods for solving problems in the field of telecommunications;
- formation of skills of reduction of complex problems to known mathematical methods.

As a result of studying the discipline, students must:

__KNOW:__

- mathematical methods of set theory;
- mathematical methods and algorithms of graph theory;
- mathematical methods and algorithms of network theory;
- basics of combinatorial calculations.

__BE ABLE TO:__

- apply mathematical methods of set theory;
- apply mathematical methods and algorithms of graph theory to solve practical problems;
- apply mathematical methods and algorithms of network theory;
- use combinatorial calculations in solving practical problems.

**Special section of mathematics-2: **“Basics of probability theory”

Provides students with the basics of probability theory, mathematical statistics, random process theory, and the application of these disciplines to the study of queuing models that arise in applied problems related to telecommunications systems and networks.

**The ****subjective ****and task** of course is a study of the basics of probability theory and mathematical statistics.

As a result of studying the course, students get an idea of modern methods of describing random events in natural sciences. This course allows you to form an appropriate mathematical apparatus and derive basic patterns that reflect the behavior of random variables. Much of the course is devoted to different models of queuing.

As a result of mastering this course, the student must be fluent (and able to apply to practical models) such concepts as probability, random variable, be able to work with numerical characteristics of random variables, such as distribution function, distribution density, mathematical expectation, variance. Know the basic types of probability distributions and practical models that lead to them. Know the basic types of convergence of random variables: probability, probability unit, weak, average. Be able to apply basic boundary theorems (laws of large numbers, central boundary theorem).

**Special section of mathematics-3:** “Queueing theory”

As a result of studying the course, students get an idea of the mathematical methods of analysis of queuing systems. This course allows you to form an appropriate mathematical apparatus, be able to build the necessary model of queuing theory, derive basic laws and calculate system parameters.

**The subjective and task** **of the course: **as a result of studying the course students get an idea of mathematical methods of analysis and design of telecommunications systems and networks. This course allows you to form an appropriate mathematical apparatus and derive basic laws. Much of the course is devoted to the study of different models of queuing.

As a result of mastering this course, the student must learn to formulate and solve problems of queuing theory related to the study of telecommunications systems and networks. The student must be able to calculate the average length of the queue, the distribution of the number of requirements in the system, waiting time, period of employment, stationary distributions of the system. Be able to study the flow of requirements and find their main characteristics. Be able to apply the Laplace-Stieltjes transformation apparatus and recovery theory to solve applied problems.

**Special section of mathematics-4:** “Operations Research”

** Objective** of the course “Operations Research (Theory and Methods of Optimization)” is to master the theoretical foundations of optimization and master practical methods of optimization. It pays considerable attention to numerical methods and algorithms of optimization and their properties.

As a result of studying the course, the student must know the theory and methods of optimization, be able to independently set and solve optimization problems using analytical and numerical methods.

The discipline considers the basic principles and objectives of operations research, the basics of the theory of decision making in terms of certainty, risk and uncertainty; optimality criteria; obtaining a system of equations for linear programming problems and their solution by graphoanalytical and simplex methods; transport task; the task of the salesman; dynamic programming tasks; queuing system; game theory.

The discipline “Circuitry” consists of three credit modules “Basics of Discrete Circuitry”, “Basics of Digital Circuitry” and “Basics of Microcircuitry”.

**Objective** of the discipline “Circuits”: to provide basic training for students on the basics of analog and digital, discrete and integrated devices of telecommunications systems needed to study professional disciplines for further solution of production, design and research problems according to the qualifications of a telecommunications specialist. The content of the discipline is mastering the characteristics and parameters of electronic products, the basics of their use in devices for various purposes and circuit construction, properties, principles of operation, methods of analysis and synthesis of these devices.

To achieve this goal, there are practical and laboratory classes that allow the study of electronic elements and components both through the direct use of measuring equipment (oscilloscopes, generators, power supplies, multimeters) and by simulation using computer programs.

The acquired knowledge and skills should provide further mastering of disciplines of professional training – technologies of cellular communication, radio relay and satellite communication, optical communication, wire communication which are used by switches, routers, memory devices on the basis of microelectronic digital equipment.

**Applied programming in telecommunication systems-1:** “Programming languages of information and telecommunication platforms”

The credit module “Programming languages of information and telecommunication platforms” plays an important role in students mastering the basics of working with information resources on the Internet, including their creation. This module provides a basic knowledge of the hardware and software distributed in the telecommunications network of information systems and software technologies used in them, which is essential for disciplines related to the development and use of hardware, software and information components of telecommunications networks.

** Objective **of the credit module is for students to study modern Internet / intranet information technologies to perform the following tasks:

- orientation and practical use;
- formation of skills of work with specialized application software;
- mastering the basics of programming in web – oriented languages using specialized software technologies (HTML, CSS, script web – oriented languages).

As a result of studying the material of the credit module, students must:

__KNOW:__

- structure and principles of functioning of software components of information networks;
- basics of programming in HTML, CSS.
- basics of design and programming using client and server Web-technologies.

__BE ABLE TO:__

- qualified to work on a personal computer with web-oriented software;
- select hardware and software to solve specific applications;
- develop applied web-oriented programs;
- develop application tasks using client and server tools of Web-technologies.

**Applied programming in telecommunication systems-2: **“Creating Internet-oriented applications”

** Objective **of the credit module is for students to study modern Internet / intranet information technologies to perform the following tasks:

- orientation and practical use;
- formation of skills of work with specialized application software;
- creation of complex software web solutions using specialized software technologies (ASP.NET, C #, SharePoint).

As a result of studying the material of the credit module, students must:

__KNOW:__

- structure and principles of functioning of software components of information networks;
- basics of creating web applications using specialized software technologies (ASP.NET, C #, SharePoint).
- basics of development and creation of web portal software solutions.

__BE ABLE TO:__

- qualified to work on a personal computer with web-oriented software;
- select hardware and software to solve specific applications;
- develop applied web-oriented programs;
- розробляти прикладні задачі з використанням клієнтських і серверних засобів Web-технологій.

**List of lectures:**

**Lecture 1.**General definitions. Microprocessor architecture.

**Lecture 2.**Hardware and software. Basic types of interfaces.

**Lecture 3.**Arduino prototyping platform. Hardware structure, programming features.

**Lecture 4.**Architecture and programming features of AVR microcontrollers.

**Lecture 5.**Investigation of the operation of a complex MP system on the example of Mindspeed Comcerto M82515.

**List of practical works:**

**Practical work №1**. Familiarity with the Arduino prototyping platform and VBB emulator.

**Practical work №2.**Input / Output ports. VBB project.

**Practical work №3.**7 segment indicator. VBB project.

**Practical work №4.**HD44780 LCD display. VBB project. Datasheet HD447800.

**Practical work №5.**Shift register 74HC595. VBB project. Datasheet 74HC595.

**Information support of telecommunication systems-2:** “Database creation software”

The credit module provides students with knowledge of the principles of building information resources in telecommunications systems. It considers the basic principles of classical theory of relational algebra, the most modern practical solutions and technologies in the field of design, implementation and maintenance of databases, as well as technologies for creating information resources in the Intranet environment.

**aim**of the module is to master the principles of classical theory of relational algebra, the most modern practical solutions and technologies in the field of design, implementation and maintenance of databases, as well as technologies for creating information resources in Intranet telecommunications systems.

**The tasks**of the module are:

- gaining knowledge of methods of abstract modeling of objects, processes in the subject area of telecommunications, design of databases and data warehouses for telecommunications platforms of telecom operators;
- education of students’ methodical skills of application of the received knowledge for deep understanding of processes of functioning of means, software platforms and services of communication operators;
- formation of the ability to independently acquire knowledge on the design, implementation and maintenance of databases, as well as their application in practice.

**KNOW**

**:**

- basic principles and methodologies of building and designing databases;
- basic operations of relational algebra;
- basic forms of normalization;
- methods of database administration;
- methods of creating queries to database tables;
- methods of developing forms and queries.

**BE ABLE TO:**

- design databases of any size;
- determine the relationship between tables in the database;
- generate queries to the database table;
- be able to administer database tables and databases themselves;
- build forms and procedures for working with databases.

**BE FAMILIAR:**

- with perspective directions of development of database management systems, database design systems.

**Telecommunication wireless systems-1:** “Radio relay and satellite communication systems”

The credit module “Radio Relay and Satellite Systems” is part of the discipline “Wireless Telecommunication Systems”, which is a discipline of professional training of students in the field of “Telecommunications”. It discusses the principles of construction of tropospheric and radio relay systems, various types of satellite communications, television and radio broadcasting through satellites, remote sensing of the Earth, data collection and transmission of environmental monitoring systems, space radio navigation, etc.

**Objective** of the module is to prepare students for solving problems of analysis and synthesis of satellite and radio relay telecommunication systems and their main components, as well as the formation of students’ skills to assess the technical and economic efficiency of systems of this type.

** Tasks**** **of module is:

- gaining knowledge of physical phenomena and processes that determine the construction and operation of modern satellite and radio relay telecommunications systems;
- education of students’ skills of application of the received knowledge for deep understanding of work of hardware complexes of satellite and radio relay telecommunication systems;
- formation of skills in students to assess the technical and economic efficiency of satellite and radio relay telecommunications systems.

As a result of studying the module, students must:

**KNOW**:

- principles of construction of satellite and radio relay telecommunication systems;
- basics of designing hardware complexes of satellite and radio relay telecommunication systems;
- main directions of development of wireless telecommunication systems.

**BE ABLE TO:**

- to develop mathematical models of satellite and radio relay telecommunication systems;
- to synthesize structural schemes of satellite and radio relay telecommunication systems according to the technical task;

**BE FAMILIAR:**

- with basic modern telecommunication wireless systems;
- with the concepts of building a Unified Satellite Information Transmission System (USITS) in Ukraine; National Satellite Communication System (NSCS) in Ukraine.

**Telecommunication wireless systems-2:** “Mobile communication systems”

** Objective **of the credit module is to form in students a system of knowledge, skills and abilities in wireless network technologies, necessary in solving problems of analysis of modern mobile communication systems and their main components, as well as preparing students to assess the technical and economic efficiency of various technologies, including promising.

After studying the discipline, students must

**KNOW**:

- principles of building mobile communication systems;
- basics of designing hardware complexes of mobile communication systems;
- perspective directions of mobile communication development.

**BE ABLE TO:**

- develop mathematical models of mobile communication systems and their main components;
- make calculations of the main parameters of cellular communication systems;
- to synthesize structural schemes of wireless telecommunication systems according to the technical task;

**BE FAMILIAR:**

- with the main modern cellular communication systems;
- with perspective directions of development of wireless telecommunication systems in Ukraine.

The **tasks** of the discipline are to prepare students to meet the above requirements.

**Telecommunication wireless systems-3:** “Wireless networks”

The credit module “Wireless Network Technologies” reveals the basic principles of building wireless distribution and cellular communication systems. It discusses the principles of building distribution networks and systems that provide various types of communication, broadcasting and radio broadcasting for mobile subscribers, as well as promising technologies for wireless telecommunications systems.

**Objective** of the credit module is to form in students a system of knowledge, skills and abilities in wireless network technologies, necessary in solving problems of analysis of modern mobile communication systems and their main components, as well as preparing students to assess the technical and economic efficiency of various technologies, including promising.

After studying the discipline, students must:

**KNOW**:

- principles of construction of distribution and cellular telecommunication systems;
- basics of designing hardware complexes of mobile communication systems;
- perspective directions of development of wireless telecommunication systems.

**BE ABLE TO:**

- develop mathematical models of mobile communication systems and their main components;
- make calculations of the main parameters of cellular communication systems;
- to synthesize structural schemes of wireless telecommunication systems according to the technical task;

**BE FAMILIAR:**

- with the main modern cellular communication systems;
- with perspective directions of development of wireless telecommunication systems in Ukraine.

** The tasks **of the discipline are to prepare students to meet the above requirements.

**Network technologies-1:** “Basics of network technologies”

Credit module “Basics of Network Technologies” reveals the main technologies used in global (primary) and local networks (access networks), the principles of construction of multi-channel transmission systems for telecommunications transport networks, the basics of the structure of communication cables of different types, digital and fiber-optic linear paths.

**Objective** of the credit module is to form a system of knowledge and creativity, skills and abilities of students in the field of basics of networks of different levels of hierarchy, their topologies and architectures, algorithms, protocols, software and hardware components of technologies used in telecommunications and computer networks. of different levels, physical bases of work and construction of electronic communication devices using electric and optical cable transmission lines, and also on the basic principles of construction of multichannel transmission systems of telecommunication transport networks, its channel-forming equipment and the equipment of a linear path necessary at designing of systems and networks telecommunications.

**The tasks** of the credit module are:

- gaining knowledge of network classification, basic concepts of local and global networks, organization of device interaction in networks, technologies of general use of network resources, physical phenomena and processes that determine the structure and operation of modern and promising electronic telecommunications, and use electrical and fiber-optic transmission lines;
- mastering access methods and transmission protocols in networks, standards in the field of local and global networks, basic technologies of telecommunication and computer networks;
- education of students’ methodical skills of application of the received knowledge for deep understanding of work of electronic devices for the purpose of forecasting of their work in various modes of information transfer;
- formation of the ability to independently obtain knowledge of the physical principles of operation and application of networks of different levels and purposes, electrical and fiber-optic transmission lines.

As a result of studying the credit module, students must:

**KNOW:**

- classification of networks, basic concepts of local and global networks, access methods and transmission protocols in networks;
- multilevel network model, network hardware, software components, stacks and protocol levels of different technologies;
- speed hierarchy and multiplexing methods in primary networks;
- principles of construction and development trends of the digital primary network, the place of the digital primary network in the telecommunication system.
- the main provisions of PDH, SDH and ATM technologies.
- physical phenomena and processes that occur during the propagation of electromagnetic signals in cable transmission lines;
- design and electrical characteristics of optical, coaxial and symmetrical communication cables;
- principles of construction of telecommunication transport networks / TTN (primary communication networks – PCN);
- main directions of development of multichannel transmission systems in Ukraine;
- basics of construction and design of channel-forming equipment and equipment of the linear path of multichannel transmission systems;

**BE ABLE TO:**

- master the existing information and telecommunication systems;
- perform work on the design and calculation of infocommunication systems;
- to conduct research on options for building telecommunications networks;
- manage the preparation and operation of software and hardware for infocommunications.
- to organize scientific research on the application of infocommunication technologies in telecommunication systems;
- comply with information protection requirements.
- to normalize the parameters of channels and paths of PCN with different structures;
- measure and calculate the parameters of signals propagated in cable transmission lines;
- assess the interaction between different lines of communication;
- substantiate the choice of types of cable transmission lines in the development of telecommunications;
- measure and evaluate the characteristics of the channels of group and linear paths;
- to check and estimate serviceability of the equipment and the equipment of multichannel systems of transfer.

**BE FAMILIAR:**

- with the main trends in the development of methods and technologies of computer networks;
- with mechanisms for data transmission via communication channels;

**Network technologies-2:** “Basics of routing of telecommunication networks”

The discipline “Basics of routing of telecommunication networks” reveals the basics and principles of routing of telecommunication networks based on packet switching. The discipline also studies modern routing protocols in telecommunications data transmission systems that operate based on the use of Cisco routers.

The course studies the theory of information transmission, the principles of construction and management of packet-switched networks, the equipment of routers, their construction and features of operation.

**Objective** of teaching the discipline is to study the problems associated with the basics and principles of routing telecommunications networks with packet switching for public use and configuration of routers.

** Subjective: **when studying the course it is necessary to master the basic methods of routing, the basics of the theory of information transmission, the theory of queuing networks and the principles of building networks with switching packets and data transmission systems. This requires knowledge of mathematics, physics, theoretical foundations of the theory of electric circuits, pulse and digital technology. The scientific basis of the discipline is based on the theory of information transmission, signal coding theory, queue network theory and algorithms for selecting optimal routes in packet switching networks.

As a result of studying the discipline, students must:

**KNOW:**

- general principles of routing;
- basics of packet switching theory;
- basics of information transfer theory;
- construction of routers and their role in the network;
- basic routing protocols and algorithms;
- principles of building operating systems of IOS routers;
- principles of router configuration;
- structure of packages, protocols and methods of exchange management;
- transport and route protocols;
- transport and route protocols;
- quality of network service;
- basics of using routers on packet-switched networks.

**KNOW:**

- analyze the construction and operation of packet-switched networks;
- analyze the construction and operation of routers;
- to operate the basic equipment of networks with packet switching, to carry out start-up and adjustment works, to organize repair works;
- carry out work on data transmission networks for maintenance, administration and ensure compliance with safety regulations;
- perform work on the organization and management of networks with packet switching, make decisions independently.
- to design data transmission networks, to substantiate design decisions;

**BE FAMILIAR:**

- with the prospect of developing routing technologies on packet-switched networks.

**Objective** of teaching the discipline is to form students’ theoretical and design skills and knowledge, which are necessary for their further participation in the design, manufacture and operation of antenna communication devices.

As a result of studying the course, students should **know**:

- basic parameters of transmitting and receiving antennas;
- basic principles of formation of sharply directed patterns of orientation;
- the influence of conductive (underlying) surfaces on the characteristics of antennas;
- methods of construction of antennas according to the set directivity diagrams;
- types of antennas used in communication systems, principles of operation, structure and requirements for modern antennas.

As a result of studying the course, students should **be able to**:

- use the basics of electrodynamics to calculate different types of antenna devices;
- independently study new sections on antenna communication devices;
- use the studied material when designing the latest types of antenna devices.

The discipline “Information support of mobile networks” combines various aspects of information and telecommunication disciplines. It addresses key issues regarding the construction and operation of wireless connections and network protocols for mobile networks, including support for the IP protocol stack, mobile middleware, and mobile applications.

** Objective **of the discipline is:

- providing students with knowledge on the construction and operation of wireless connections and mobile network protocols, data transmission in mobile networks, including support for the IP protocol stack, mobile middleware;
- gaining skills to work with information support of mobile networks, in order to implement theoretical knowledge in practice;
- gaining skills in developing mobile applications and services that can provide various services in a mobile information and telecommunications environment.

As a result of studying the discipline, students must:

**KNOW:**

- characteristics and processes in modern wireless networks such as IEEE 802.11 wireless local area network and Bluetooth wireless personal area network;
- the operation of the TCP / IP protocol stack in the mobile environment, including the actions of Mobile IP and routing protocol in mobile ad hoc networks;
- security issues and modern solutions for wireless networks and mobile systems;

**BE ABLE TO:**

- Use application interfaces, such as Microsoft’s .NET Compact Framework (CF) or Universal Plug-and-Play (UPnP), to implement mobile applications.
- develop and test prototypes of mobile applications;
- develop, implement and test services in a mobile environment;
- measure and characterize the performance of wireless LAN, mobile applications.

**Information support of telecommunication networks-1.1:** “Network operating systems”

The discipline “Network Operating Systems” reveals the basic principles of building operating systems (OS), their operation, the creation of parallel interacting tasks performed in multitasking operating systems. Attention is drawn to the most common operating systems and environments used in modern telecommunications networks and related fields of knowledge.

Objective of the discipline is to provide students with theoretical knowledge and practical skills to work with operating systems and environments used in their activities by modern telecommunications companies.

As a result of studying the discipline, students must:

**KNOW:**

- purpose, functions and structure of operating systems;
- the concept of process; process management, methods of process scheduling;
- concept of resource, types of resources, resource management;
- memory management;
- information systems devices, types of devices, device drivers;
- principles of downloading and configuring the OS;

**BE ABLE TO:**

- install basic operating system components;
- install other OS components, implement, OS administration tools;
- configure operating systems to use them in a telecommunications environment;
- use the OS to solve typical problems that modern telecommunications companies solve in their activities.

**Information support of telecommunication networks-1.2:** “System administration of telecommunication networks”

The credit module “Telecommunication Network Administration Systems” reveals the main issues related to the administration of telecommunication systems and networks, namely: principles of organization of management of next generation communication networks (NGN, TMN, IMS), methods and tools for access control to network resources with organization of services catalogs, methods and tools for managing corporate information and telecommunications networks, principles of optimization of basic network infrastructure (CoreIO).

Objective of the credit module of the discipline is to study students’ basic approaches, methods and specialized software and hardware for the administration of telecommunications systems and networks:

- mastering the theory of approaches to the administration of telecommunications systems and networks, tools for network analysis and management;
- mastering the basic principles of the organization of management of communication networks of the new generation and resources of corporate networks;
- mastering knowledge of software technologies for corporate network management, optimization of their basic infrastructure.

As a result of studying the discipline students must

__KNOW:__

- theory of approaches to the administration of telecommunications systems and networks, tools for network analysis and management;
- basic principles of organization of management of the new generation communication networks and resources of corporate networks;
- capabilities, architecture of construction and other features of software technologies for corporate network management, optimization of their basic infrastructure.

__BE ABLE TO:__

- apply in practice approaches to the administration of telecommunications systems and networks, tools for network analysis and management;
- use the principles of organization of management of the latest generation of communication networks and resources of corporate networks;
- use modern software technologies for corporate network management;
- propose measures to optimize the basic IT infrastructure of computer networks.

The discipline “Information protection in telecommunication systems” provides theoretical and practical foundations for the organization and provision of technical and cryptographic protection of information in information and telecommunication systems and networks.

Objective of the discipline – the formation of students’ knowledge system in the field of information security of telecommunications systems.

** Tasks of the discipline:**

- obtaining fundamental knowledge in the field of technical and cryptographic protection of information;
- mastering the skills of detecting information threats in information and telecommunication systems and ensuring their information security;
- education of students’ methodical skills in the creative application of knowledge for professional purposes.

As a result of studying the discipline the student must:

**KNOW:**

- requirements of normative and guiding documents of Ukraine on technical protection of information in communication and informatization systems;
- basic methods and measures to protect information and telecommunication systems from information leakage through technical channels;
- basics of providing technical and cryptographic protection of information;

**BE ABLE TO:**

- to ensure compliance with the requirements of responsible regulations of Ukraine on the protection of information in telecommunications systems;
- create a rationale and selection of necessary measures to ensure the protection of information in telecommunications systems;
- to carry out the necessary set of measures to ensure the security of communications and information at telecommunications facilities.

**BE FAMILIAR:**

- with the current state and trends in the development of means and systems of information protection in information and telecommunications systems.

**Objective** of studying the history of science and technology in high school is to promote the formation of a holistic scientific worldview in understanding the patterns of development of science and technology as a unique historical and cultural phenomenon. The main **tasks** of the course “History of Science and Technology” are:

- to reveal the patterns of development of science and technology in the diachronic-synchronous dimension from ancient times to the present, to establish the stages of development of science and technology and provide the defining features of each of them;
- identify the place of science and technology in public life and outline their role in the historical progress of human civilization, show the organic relationship of natural, technical and socio-humanitarian sciences to understand the integrity of science as a socio-cultural phenomenon;
- to use the latest achievements in the history of science and technology in teaching the course “History of Science and Technology” and to acquaint students with the achievements of leading research centers in the field of history of science and technology in Ukraine;
- to convey to students an understanding of the specifics of intellectual scientific and engineering activities, to show the role of the scientist’s personality in the scientific and technological progress of mankind;
- to instill in future specialists the skills of independent analysis of historical sources and scientific literature, the ability to independently comprehend the patterns of development of the history of science and technology, to promote students’ ability to apply acquired knowledge in everyday activities, especially in their own research.

The discipline provides knowledge in the field of modern software development technologies based on Unix and Windows platforms using TCP / IP and HTTP protocol groups, as well as tools and programming technologies from leading manufacturers Microsoft, Sun Microsystems, Netscape and Silicon Graphics. Studies the features of distributed information and telecommunication systems that determine the list of software technologies for their development (OSI models, DoD), as well as such features as: the distribution of the architecture of hardware, software functions, data; implementation of the Client-Server architecture based on the WWW.

The **subject** of the discipline is:

– basic approaches, methods and specialized software and hardware for administration of telecommunication systems and networks;

– methods and means of modeling and control of telecommunication networks.

Pre-diploma practice is the final stage of practical training of students enrolled in educational and professional training programs for bachelors and masters. Before undergoing undergraduate practice, the student must receive the topic of certification work in order to consolidate and deepen knowledge of the disciplines of professional training, collect factual material and perform the necessary research on the topic of certification work.

Diploma projecting is the final stage of students’ education at the university, the main purpose of which is to master the methodology of creative solution (solution) of modern problems (tasks) of scientific or (and) applied nature based on acquired knowledge, professional skills and abilities in accordance with higher education standards. .

## List of subjects of masters

The **subject** of the discipline is a set of theoretical and practical issues in the field of invention law, protection of discoveries, inventions, industrial designs, trademarks, economics of invention, patent information, rights of authors of inventions, innovation proposals and industrial designs, and examination of inventions. Students get acquainted with the rules of registration and consideration of applications for inventions, the procedure for buying and selling licenses.

**Objective**: practical knowledge of a foreign language to the extent necessary for a conversation in the areas of situational and professional communication in order to obtain information.

**Content modules and learning elements:**

Communicative competence for independent work with language material to ensure educational needs, as well as a harmonious combination of learning and research: the implementation of grammar skills management and generalization of knowledge of grammatical phenomena that were probably before, as well as learning new phenomena.

The **subject** of the discipline is a system of scientific knowledge about sustainable development of society, which gives the student basic knowledge about the basics of sustainable development of society and forms the necessary conceptual, fundamental, technological and methodological skills needed by any administrative worker, manager, sociologist, social worker. in carrying out professional activities. On this basis, the course is based on a system of scientific knowledge about the attitude to man not as an object of development, but as a decisive and defining subject of activity, which actively participates in the formation of its life, decision-making and implementation, control over their performance.

Discipline “**Management in Telecommunications**” is a discipline that plays an important role in the development of students’ management skills, learning approaches to the effective organization of enterprise management, gaining knowledge on building modern management systems. This discipline provides basic knowledge of the basics of management theory, international standards of management systems (quality, environment, safety) and business process management. The discipline “Management in Telecommunications” is studied in the tenth semester.

This course “Management in Telecommunications” aims to form in students a set of knowledge that provides an opportunity to work in the field of quality management in the enterprise, as well as to design new quality management systems and make changes to existing systems. Students must know the basics of management theory, regulations needed to build quality management systems, audit and certification procedures, know the basic concepts in quality management, know methods of designing systems and methodology for implementing the results of systems research, form programs for quality management development in the enterprise, develop and implement quality management systems, evaluate quality management systems, carry out certification of quality management systems, work with idhotovky personnel and training in the enterprise.

**Objective** of the discipline is to provide students with basic knowledge about creating management systems in organizations:

- formation of basic knowledge in the field of management;
- mastering the skills of building management systems in organizations;
- gaining knowledge on the preparation of documentation on management systems in organizations.

As a result of studying the discipline, students must:

**KNOW:**

- basics of management;
- basic standards for management systems (quality, ecology, safety).

**BE ABLE TO:**

- develop a quality policy in the organization;
- qualified to prepare the necessary documents for management systems in organizations.

Discipline “System design of telecommunication networks” reveals the system ideology, general methodological approach to solving problems of complex design of complex and large-scale systems, and their application in the design and phased implementation of information telecommunications systems, subscriber access systems to a modern set of network information and telecommunications services use of information resources of computer networks of corporate, regional and global levels, as well as information exchange.

**Objective**: when studying the discipline “System design of telecommunications networks” students must learn the general issues of system design in systems, equipment and software of telecommunications systems used to support telecommunications processes.

The main** tasks** of the discipline are to study the elements of general systems theory, theoretical foundations of a systems approach to complex design of complex and large-scale systems, and their application in the design and phased implementation of information telecommunications systems, corporate, regional and global networks.

Scientific and practical knowledge of the discipline is necessary for the substantiation of informatization projects, the creation of information networks of local and regional types with a given value of the quality of service of the end user.

As a result of studying the discipline, students must:

**KNOW:**

- elements of general systems theory and scientific bases of system approach;
- complex systems: diversity and properties (natural, engineering, social, administrative systems);
- basic provisions of technology for developing models of complex systems;
- elements of meaningful description of complex application systems;
- functions and control processes in application systems of the main types; principles and structure of system analysis and synthesis of systems;
- methods of qualitative evaluation of system characteristics;
- definition and content of system design and system design;
- basics of designing applied complex systems of information and analytical support of management and information and telecommunication systems;
- basics of organization and management of the informatization project in a large system of department level.

The theory and practice of analytical and simulation modeling of complex systems are considered. An overview of modeling problems is given, as well as scientific results on the creation of simulation systems for various purposes. Attention is paid to the development of practical skills in building and researching system models. Examples of solving modeling problems using a wide range of software are given

The course provides students with knowledge of the principles of building an operator platform and billing systems in telecommunications networks, their architecture, as well as the integration of systems for providing and billing communication services.

**Objective** of the discipline is for students to acquire knowledge of the principles of the operator platform and billing system in telecommunications networks, as well as to gain knowledge about the technology of payments between users and providers of telecommunications services.

The **tasks** of the discipline are:

- gaining knowledge of methods of abstract modeling of objects, processes in the subject area of telecommunications, design of service delivery platforms and billing systems for interaction between users and operators;
- education of students’ methodical skills of application of the received knowledge for deep understanding of processes of functioning of means, software platforms and services of communication operators;
- formation of the ability to independently acquire knowledge on the design and maintenance of the platform for the provision of services by the operator and billing systems, as well as their application in practice.

After studying the discipline, students must:

**KNOW:**

- basic principles of operation, design and architecture of the operator platform and billing systems;
- main types of billing systems;
- basic functions;
- basic tools and technologies for payment for services;
- basic principles of building infocommunication systems.

**BE ABLE TO:**

- use the software of platforms for the provision of services by the telecommunications operator and billing systems in practice;
- design services as operator platform services, create communication service platforms and billing systems;
- administer service delivery platforms and billing systems;
- develop interfaces for the interaction of billing systems with different platforms of telecom operators.

**BE FAMILIAR:**

- with perspective directions of development of technologies of creation of platforms of rendering of communication services and billing systems, processes of interaction of these systems as a part of systems of rendering of services in the global environment.

The discipline is specialized in the training of specialists in the design of corporate information and telecommunications networks, the practical use of computer-aided design systems. The discipline provides knowledge in the field of systems design, which combines a set of individual problems that are solved sequentially at each step of the iterative process of computer-aided design. From the standpoint of system design of SCM, two classes of problems are distinguished: problems of structure design and problems of designing algorithms of system functioning.

The discipline considers such classes of structural level problems that relate to the problems of synthesis and optimization of topology, flow distribution and selection of network channel bandwidth. The task of determining the topology is that for a given location of terminals and known characteristics of traffic you need to place hubs and switching nodes, choose the configuration of their connections and the number of communication lines between them.

The discipline considers a class of functional level tasks, which include routing and flow control tasks. Solving the problem of routing in the network involves the following steps:

- collecting information about the current state of the network in terms of some pre-selected metrics (for example, delays in the channels);
- determining the route according to some selected algorithm and forming routing tables;
- delivery of messages by routes.

The flow control procedure involves the study of algorithms for controlling, equalizing and limiting network load, as well as mechanisms to prevent congestion at network nodes. The following quality criteria are used in solving these problems: response time in the probabilistic sense, average response time for the network / line, maximum response time for transmission between two subscribers, network cost, minimum or required network reliability.

When studying the discipline, the most well-known algorithms are used, which are used in solving problems of network-wide automated design of SCM with an illustration of examples of their solution.

The course considers algorithms that can be used for topological and technical synthesis of the structure of SCM. Among them – algorithms that allow you to synthesize the shortest connecting tree (NED) without restrictions (Kraskala, Prima), as well as with restrictions on the total flow, which are due to the bandwidth of communication channels (Chandi-Russell), algorithms for the synthesis of access networks, which solves the problem of connecting terminals through hubs to the transport network (algorithms for “deleting” DROP and “adding” ADD). The problem of choosing the bandwidth of channels in the network according to three known strategies is also considered: uniform, proportional and “square root” strategy.

To design information exchange routes, the most well-known routing algorithms for oriented acyclic networks (dynamic programming method, Bellman-Ford) and oriented, undirected or mixed networks (Dijkstra) are given. The performance of the constructed network is projected using the method of Ford and Falkerson, the method of the connected network and the method of the maximum flow of the minimum cost.

**Objective** of the discipline is:

- study of the theory of automated design of information communication networks;
- providing information on various aspects and types of computer-aided design systems required for qualified CAD users in the field of telecommunications, in particular, considerable attention is paid to mathematical support of procedures for analysis and synthesis of design solutions, construction of local and corporate CAD networks, composition and functions of CAD systems;
- consideration of methods of conceptual design of complex systems, which are the basis of CALS technology, as well as the integration of CAD with automated management and record keeping systems;
- study of methods of analysis and synthesis of information communication networks during their design;
- provide knowledge of the most modern practical solutions and technologies in the field of design, reengineering, implementation and maintenance of information communication networks;
- provide knowledge of design procedures and routes, basics of technical, linguistic, mathematical, software and information support of CAD, including the composition and structure of technical means of CAD, mathematical models, methods and algorithms for automated design procedures, principles of construction and composition of application packages and databases CAD.

As a result of studying the discipline, students must:

**KNOW**:

- basic principles and methodologies of construction and design of information and telecommunication systems;
- main types of information resources;
- basic methods of creating information resources;
- methods of organizing the user interface in CAD;
- technologies and software for creating information and telecommunication systems.

**BE ABLE TO:**

- evaluate the effectiveness of the use of alternative elements of mathematical CAD in specific situations;
- select the necessary components of basic and application software;
- formulate tasks in input CAD languages;
- perform design procedures using software and hardware;
- interpret the obtained results;
- create original mathematical models of the elements of the designed systems, as well as include them in the application software;
- design technical documentation in accordance with current standards;
- build interfaces for interaction between information and software resources and form a user interface.

The discipline “Noiseless coding in telecommunication technologies” refers to the disciplines of free choice of students in the specialty “Information communication networks” and reveals the content (including mathematical aspects) of noise-tolerant coding in the implementation of telecommunication systems. training in general methods of interference coding in telecommunication technologies to solve problems of error-free data transmission and their application in the construction of information of telecommunication systems.

The credit module “Information support of time synchronization in telecommunication networks” reveals the need for network synchronization, aspects of synchronization of SCI networks, synchronization in different types of networks, synchronization network architecture and consists of one section – “Synchronization of digital communication networks”. The credit module studies: causes of jitter and vander in SCI networks, clock and cyclic synchronization in SPC, assignment and use of PLL, synchronization in different types of networks, synchronization and digital switching, synchronization of transport networks, network synchronization strategies, standard synchronization network management, synchronization network performance monitoring, synchronization devices and signals, performance and stability assessment of synchronization devices, global navigation and location system.

**Subjective** of the credit module is to form a system of knowledge and creativity, skills and abilities of students in the field of basics of information synchronization of time in telecommunications networks, aspects of synchronization of SCI networks, synchronization network architecture, synchronization in different types of networks, network synchronization strategies, synchronization synchronization.

** The tasks **of the credit module are**:**

- students gain knowledge on the causes of jitter and vander in SCI networks, principles of clock and cycle synchronization in DSP, synchronization of transport networks, synchronization and digital switching, devices and synchronization signals, organization of device interaction in networks, appointment and use of PLL, monitoring characteristics synchronization networks, performance and stability assessment of synchronization devices;
- mastering the basics of synchronization in different types of networks, network synchronization strategy, standard architectures of synchronization networks, synchronization network management, global navigation and location system;
- education of students’ methodical skills of application of the received knowledge for deep understanding of principles of the organization and information maintenance of synchronization of time in telecommunication networks;

As a result of studying the discipline, students must:

**KNOW:**

- features of bit and pointer alignment processes in PDH and SDH equipment;
- which synchronization network architectures are suitable for the distribution of clock signals in different transmission systems;
- basics of modeling and description of parameters of synchronization devices;
- modern methods of measuring time and frequency in synchronization networks;
- control network interfaces;
- aspects of network synchronization;
- network synchronization strategies;
- principles of synchronization network management.

**BE ABLE TO:**

- have complex methods of protection, management and quality control of synchronization networks;
- develop synchronization networks;
- evaluate the quality of devices and synchronization channels;
- check the compliance of devices and synchronization channels for compliance with international standards.

**BE FAMILIAR:**

- with promising technological solutions for the implementation of time synchronization in telecommunications networks;
- with the main problems and shortcomings of synchronization systems that exist and work today.

“Network Theory and Management” is a discipline of special training of specialists and masters, reveals the three-level model of next generation networks (NGN), classification and construction of transport packet networks, NGN network protocols, application of servers in NGN networks, assessment of service quality in NGN networks, quality of service in packet networks, quality of service in ATM networks, application of NGN solutions, NGN network services and services, NGN technology implementation strategies, NGN network technologies and services implementation, NGN network methodology and methodology, distributed transit switch design, calculation of distributed transit switch elements and consists of one section – “Designing Next Generation Networks (NGN)”. The credit module studies: three-level NGN model, classification and construction of transport packet networks, NGN network protocols, application of servers in NGN networks, service quality assessment, mechanisms for ensuring quality of service in packet networks, application of NGN solutions, NGN network services and services, technology implementation strategies NGN, implementation of technologies and services in NGN networks methodology and methods of designing NGN networks, design of the distributed transit switch, calculation of elements of the distributed transit switch.

**Objective** of the credit module is to form a system of knowledge and creative potential, skills and abilities of students in the field of methodology and methods of designing next generation networks (NGN).

The **tasks** of the credit module are:

- formation of the ability to independently acquire knowledge of the methodology and techniques of designing next generation networks;
- education of students’ methodical skills of application of the received knowledge for deep understanding of principles of the organization and construction of system of management of telecommunication networks.

As a result of studying the discipline, students must:

**KNOW: **

- general architecture and functional structure of NGN networks;
- service quality parameters in NGN networks;
- main directions of development of telecommunication networks management systems in Ukraine;
- basics of designing next generation networks;
- NGN network design methodology.

**BE ABLE TO:**

- to measure and evaluate the characteristics of the designed next generation networks;
- evaluate the effectiveness of network management systems.

**BE FAMILIAR:**

- with the methodology of designing next generation networks.

**Objective and tasks of the discipline:**

** Objective of the discipline.** Objective and task of the course is to study the basics of methods of analysis, design and optimization of telecommunication networks. As a result of studying the course, students will gain an idea of modern mathematical methods of analysis and design of telecommunications systems and networks. This course allows you to form an appropriate mathematical apparatus, get acquainted with the methods of optimization and learn to apply these methods to solve applied problems.

**The main tasks of the discipline.** Students after mastering the discipline must demonstrate the following learning outcomes: Know and be able to correctly apply the methods of dynamic programming to solve deterministic and stochastic problems of telecommunications. Be able to find the main characteristics of queuing systems described by Markov processes. Be able to correctly apply simulation methods to study the characteristics of random processes associated with the operation of telecommunications systems and networks. Have an idea of stationary random sequences and processes, their properties.

The discipline considers the fundamental provisions of Shannon’s information theory: methods of measuring and transmitting information, the concept of information quantity and entropy of random events, basic properties of information quantity and entropy, characteristics of discrete communication channel, basics of economical coding of information, statistical and dictionary data compression algorithms ; classification and general characteristics of information compression systems.

Acquisition of basic knowledge and acquisition of practical skills in studying the course will create the basis for further mastering of specialized disciplines in the field of telecommunications and will be an essential basis for further improvement of professional skills of specialists in these fields.

**“Decision making theory”**

Conscious human activity is inextricably linked with decision-making processes. People have always made decisions based on their experience, intuition and common sense. In this case, as a rule, the author himself is unable to write the exact decision that led to the choice, although there is every reason to believe that he somehow took into account and weighed all aspects of the decision. The ability to make decisions that give the best results in various difficult situations has always been seen as an art.

Systematic attempts to turn this art into science began only at the turn of the XIX-XX centuries. It was at this time that the studies of the mathematical economists Cournot, Quincy, and Walras were published. And a little later Pareto, who laid the foundations of game theory; the basics of linear programming are developed by Jordan, Minkovsky, Farkash; Markov achieves serious results in the field of dynamic programming. The rapid development of models and methods of decision theory (TPD) began in the middle of the XIX century and led to the formation of such independent mathematical disciplines as game theory, multicriteria selection and vector optimization, mathematical programming.

And the last discipline includes such completely independent sections as linear programming, convex programming, discrete programming, calendar planning, stochastic programming, etc.

Due to the sharp increase in the pace of scientific and technical process, intensification of competition, increasing dynamism of the environment, managers, teams, organizations are constantly faced with the task of making complex technical, economic, social, organizational and managerial decisions. Moreover, a typical situation is when the consequences of the decisions taken affect a large number of people associated with high material costs, which leads to a multiple increase in the degree of responsibility for the consequences of the decision. As an example of such tasks we will present the following list:

- formation of the production program of the enterprise;
- distribution of material resources;
- choice of technological equipment of production;
- determination of the best design solution;
- selection of the executor for responsible work;
- operative management of the technological process;
- dispatching.

Acquaintance with this far from complete list, it is possible to draw a conclusion that difficult tasks of decision-making take place both at designing, and at functioning of ACS of various levels. Moreover, these tasks are characterized by the following features: large dimension, multifaceted nature, weak structure. This necessitates the use of mathematical methods of decision theory in automating the process of solving such problems. The efficiency of its automation largely determines the efficiency of the corresponding ACS.

Objective of creating a real synopsis is a consistent presentation of the general provisions of decision theory and modern mathematical methods of multicriteria selection, vector optimization, mathematical programming.

**“System analysis”**

Systems analysis is a set of methods and tools used in the study and construction of complex and super-complex objects, especially methods of making, making and justifying decisions in the design, creation and management of social, economic, technical systems. The theoretical and methodological basis of systems analysis are the systems approach and general systems theory.

A systematic approach as an effective way of mental activity has provided significant discoveries in science, inventions in technology and achievements in the production of the second half of XX century. This leads to constant attention to it by intellectuals. Without mastering this method, creative self-realization and professional activity are impossible. The growing interest in systems thinking requires special study in higher education in the discipline of “Systems Analysis”.

Today in Ukraine there is a crisis of education, which is that growth is focused on knowledge, skills and abilities, but not on understanding.

The existing scheme is effective for the training of industrial workers, drivers, pilots, but ineffective in training engineers, managers, economists, sociologists, because in these professions are important not just knowledge, but their system and understanding. Most likely in this case the formula will be effective – knowledge, understanding, skill, which focuses not on knowing, but to understand and apply their understanding. Nowadays, every sphere of highly professional activity needs a systematic approach. The tragic consequences of natural, environmental and man-made disasters are largely due not simply to a lack of understanding of the system, but to the inability to translate ideas into actions that would not violate the systemic laws of nature and society.

Given the above, the main purpose of the study of the discipline “Systems Analysis” – to gain complex scientific knowledge about systems of different nature, to expand erudition in understanding various aspects of systematics.

**Course tasks:**

- show the complexity and effectiveness of knowledge of systems, highlight the main trends in its development;
- to reveal the possibilities of a systematic approach in research, engineering and management, ie in any sphere of social life;
- to give an idea of the conceptual and categorical apparatus of the system approach.

The discipline “Intellectual information processing” reveals the main issues of methods and algorithms for solving intellectual problems, as well as to acquire practical skills in the use of appropriate software. The presented material is collected in such a way as to highlight the concepts and demonstrate the features of information processing according to the basic models of knowledge representation: logical, productive, semantic, frame, models based on fuzzy logic and neural networks. The discipline also considers methods and tools for analyzing information resources in the Intranet environment using OLAP-systems. The course aims to develop students’ skills in working with modern OLAP-systems and software that implements neural networks.

In teaching the discipline, emphasis is placed on the practical side of the use of software for information processing in the information and telecommunications environment. Theoretical foundations are taught at a basic level, which is sufficient for understanding and correct formulation of an intellectual problem, as well as the competent application of appropriate means to solve it.

**Objective** of the discipline is:

- providing students with skills in working with modern information technologies such as: data warehouses, analytical information processing systems such as OLAP, ROLAP, shops, kiosks and storefronts, other analytical tools that are part of modern databases, other means of working with information and computing resources in the telecommunications environment and their application for the practical implementation of their own projects;
- gaining skills in working with technologies for using intelligent models in MatLab;
- gaining basic skills in working with software that implements neural networks.

As a result of studying the discipline, students must:

**ASQUIRE:**

– theoretical knowledge and skills of using algorithms and mechanisms of analytical information processing, obtaining new knowledge on the basis of basic models of knowledge representation:

- logical
- production
- semantic
- frame
- models based on fuzzy logic and neural networks;

– theoretical bases of creation and use of data warehouses in the distributed information and telecommunication environment.

**BE ABLE TO: **

- develop and operate software that implements distributed information processing based on modern information technologies based on intelligent algorithms;
- work with the tools of analytical information processing, which is part of corporate databases, data warehouses and databases in the information and telecommunications environment;
- work with software that implements neural networks;
- develop and work with data warehouses and tools for analytical information processing of modern databases.