1. Application of the digital holographic interference microscope for investigation of human red blood cells 3D morphology T.V. Tishko, V.P. Titar, D.N. Tishko digital holographic interference microscope, erythrocyte, morphology, sphericity coefficient, diagnostics, microobject Vestnik KhNU ¹712 Pages. 5255
Results on the digital holographic interference microscope for 3D imaging of native blood erythrocytes are presented. Blood samples of healthy people and patients with different pathologies were used. Three basic morphology kinds of blood erythrocytes were detected. A sphericity coefficient was used as quantitative characteristics of blood erythrocytes morphology. It is shown that, blood erythrocytes 3D morphology is very important diagnostics characteristics in medical practice. The digital holographic interference microscope is an effective device for the purposes of medical diagnostics
2. SCATTERING AMLITUDE ERROR ESTIMATION FOR MOMENT'S METHOD IN L_{2} FOR 2D SCREENS A.G. Tyzhnenko, Y.V. Ryeznik testing, reference solution, moment's method, 2D screens Vestnik KhNU ¹756 Pages. 6570
The scattering amplitude error estimation problem for practically used MoM solutions in L_{2} function space for scattering from 2D screens is addressed. To this end, a rigorous Galerkin solution in L_{2} to logarithmically singular and hypersingular EFIE is used as a reference solution for scattering amplitude error estimation by benchmarking. This one requires substantially lower computational efforts than using of the same MoM algorithm but with very high mesh density as a reference solution. To many, the approach helps to avoid unpredictable errors due to the illconditioning connected with high mesh density for any MoM solution to the EFIE in L_{2}. Using the approach, the asymptotic decay rate of scattering amplitude error is investigated for some MoM algorithms widely used in practice
3. The Gaussian beam scattering on the bounded sequence of alternate grates of dielectric bars V.B. Kazanskiy, V.R. Tuz, D.V. Yudintsev Gaussian beam, thick grate of dielectric bars, anisotropic layer, periodic structure Vestnik KhNU ¹756 Pages. 8386
The Gaussian beam scattering on bounded periodical sequence of thick grates of dielectric bars are investigated. Identification of discrete structure with appropriate thickness homogeneous anisotropic layer was carried out for define sequence basic element transmission matrix. The sequence scattering coefficients were written down via Mougin polynomials. The effects of form distortion, beam splitting into several beams, side shift of beam axe were shown. Their correlation with scattering coefficients phase and module angle dependence of separate grates was established.
4. Amplitude and noise features of detectors a mm of range of lengths of waves on base of contacts a metalsemimetal BiSb O.N. Sukhoruchko, V.T. Plaksiy, E.D. Prokhorov, A.V. Dyadchenko contact metalsemimetal BiSb, power zones, contact a metaisemimetal BiSb, millimeter range of lengths of waves, relative noise temperature, influence of displacing and resistances of contacts on sensitivity Vestnik KhNU ¹756 Pages. 113117
In work are brought results of analytical and experimental thermoelectrical detector study with the point contact a metalsemimetal BiSb. Determined relative noise temperature, as well as influence of displacing and resistances of contacts on the sensitivity in 8 mm range of waves.
5. SELECTIVE excitation of the HIGHorder MODES IN THE waveguide quasioptical RESONATOR A.V. Volodenko, O.V. Gurin, A.V. Degtyarev, V.A. Maslov, V.A. Svich, A.N. Topkov waveguide quasioptical resonator, excitation of the highorder transverse modes, an amplitude filter, Fourier optics Vestnik KhNU ¹756 Pages. 123131
The method of the space Fourierfiltration for selective excitation of separated highorder transverse modes in the waveguide quasioptical resonator with a high discrimination degree of undesirable modes is proposed and realized. It is carried out numerical study of characteristics of some the lowest on loss transverse modes of the dielectric and metal resonators of the submillimeter laser from geometric sizes of reflectors and parameters of the space filter on the nonuniform mirror. Configurations of the amplitudestepped mirrors for shaping the highorder transverse modes in the laser resonators containing waveguides and open parts are proposed
6. CALCULATION AND MEASURING OF IMPEDANCE OF IMPATTDIODE IN MILLIMETR WAVE A.V. Arkhipov, V.T. Plaksiy, I.K. Kuzmichev, E.D. Prokhorov, A.V. Dydchenko, D.P. Chuechkov millimeter wave range, impedance, IMPATT diode, conductance, susceptance Vestnik KhNU ¹806 Pages. 5964
The calculated and experimental results of the impedance of the impact avalanche transittime (IMPATT) diode for the 8 millimeter wavelength range have been presented. The dependences of the IMPATT diode impedance as a function of the normalized amplitude î Ã the fundamental current harmonic of the pn junction and frequency have been calculated and measured. The apparatus and measuring method of the conductance and susceptance of the IMPATT diode has been developed
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7. Identification and localization of radar impulses buried in noise A. G. Tyzhnenko, Y. V. Ryeznik radar, pulse, identification, localization, low SNR Vestnik KhNU ¹806 Pages. 7074
Statistical method identification and localization of radar impulses buried in noise is addressed. To this end, the correlation coefficient between carrier samples measured in the extremal points and analogous set of points of received signal is proposed to implement. Such measurements for receiving signal need to be done at least by one tenth of the half period of the carrier. Because of very simple algorithm proposed, such measurements do not lead to heavy computational burden. To decrease identification and localization errors for given signal to noise ratio (SNR) one needs to increase the number of measurements points, and hence, the pulse width. To prevent this issue, one can increase the carrier frequency. In general, the method accuracy increases with the carrier frequency. The method proposed permits theoretically to identify with fidelity impulses buried in noise for SNR lower than 30 dB.
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8. Selection of the highorder modes in the waveguide resonator by means a phaseshifting mirror A.V. Volodenko, O.V. Gurin, A.V. Degtyarev, V.A. Maslov, V.A. Svich, A.N. Topkov waveguide quasioptical resonator, excitation of the highorder transverse modes, a phase filter, Fourier optics, selection Vestnik KhNU ¹806 Pages. 8791
The method of the space Fourierfiltration for selective excitation of separated highorder modes in the metal waveguide quasioptical resonator with a high discrimination degree of undesirable modes is realized. It is carried out numerical study of characteristics of some the lowest on loss transverse modes for the metal resonators of the submillimeter laser from resonator geometric sizes and parameters of the phase filter on the nonuniform mirror. Configurations of the phaseshifting mirrors for shaping of the highorder transverse modes in the laser resonators containing waveguides and open parts are proposed
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9. Application of the digital holographic interference microscope for investigation of thin films D.N. Tishko, T.V. Tishko, V.P.Titar, Yu. A. Zadneprovskiy, A.S. Kuprin, I.A.Zgoda digital holographic interference microscope, threedimensional images, vacuumarc method, thin AlN films Vestnik KhNU ¹806 Pages. 99102
For the first time the digital holographic interference microscope (DHIM) was used for investigation of thin films on transparent substrates. Threedimensional images of AlN of thin films, deposited on acryl substrates by the vacuumarc method have been obtained, their thicknesses have been measured. It has been shown that the DHIM can be successfully used for film surface quality checking, thickness and film damages parameters measurement.
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10. Dispersive characteristics of magnetoplasma waves in the rectangular wave guide with InSb O.A. Zamuraev, O.O. Puzanov, A.S. Tishchenko magnetoplasma wave, semiconductor plasma, dispersive characteristics, nitric temperature Vestnik KhNU ¹834 Pages. 37
Frequency dependence of characteristics of magnetoplasma waves in the rectangular wave guide, containing longitudinal and crosssection  magnetized the semiconductor at various sizes of an induction of a magnetic field is experimentally investigated. Areas of values of an induction in which the behavior of wave number and factor of attenuation has resonant character are determined. An existence of two superficial magnetoplasma waves which are distributed in opposite directions is experimentally confirmed in longitudinal  magnetized semiconductor plasma. Good concurrence of results of experiment and numerical calculations is shown
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11. Fields of the rectangular loop antanna in nearfield zone N.N. Gorobets, À.V. Trivaylo electromagnetic waves, radiation, nearfield zone, Hertz vector, traveling wave antenna, loop antenna Vestnik KhNU ¹834 Pages. 1824
On the basis of potential Hertz technique the expressions for calculating of all components of electromagnetic radiation fields of rectangular loop antenna, stimulated by the running wave of the current in Spherical and Cartesian coordinate systems unrestricted on the size of radiator and distance up to a point of observation have been derived. It has been shown that in a near field zone of radiation electromagnetic vectors in the Cartesian and Spherical coordinate systems have all 6 component. It has been shown that wave processes near by the examined radiators are distinguished by great gradients of amplitudes of the electromagnetic fields
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12. Target size and shape identification by multifrequency radar measurements E. V. Ryeznik, O. I. Sukharevskiy, A. G. Tyzhnenko iceberg, shape and size identification Vestnik KhNU ¹834 Pages. 3136
A new method identification of target’s shape and size is proposed. In this method, the values of RCS measured on the set of discrete frequencies are compared with the theoretical ones on the same set for canonical group of target configurations (patterns). 2D patterns implementation is considered instead of 3D patterns for the sake of scattering problems simplification. To this end, 2D RCS were transformed to 3D RCS under definite conditions. The method is implemented to the iceberg identification problem in model approach
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13. Potentially unbreacable ciphering on a hybrid physicalmathematical level A. G. Tyzhnenko, E. V. Ryeznik bit, stochastic signals, safe communication, hard drive protection Vestnik KhNU ¹834 Pages. 108113
A new kind of ciphering based on stochastic representation of bits as series of samples is addressed. Stochastic comparison is used for bit identification. Security level is increased by adding noise samples to signal samples and mixing signal samples with noise samples within one signal packet. The signal packet length and distribution features of signal samples among noise samples in signal packets are unique for given communication line, as well as stochastic representation of bits (0s and 1s). Using of noise in signal packets leads to enormous large computation in decrypting process which is unrealistically to do regardless what computer system is used. More to the point, the unique features of communication line mentioned above can be changed for each message that prevents information leakage in the case of stealing these ones in any previous period. Impossibility of decrypting by any reasonable time period of any message eavesdropped by a cryptanalyst guarantees the confidence of information which has permanent importance
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14. HF ionosonde signal focusing by traveling ionospheric disturbances Yu. B. Milovanov, V. F. Pushin, O. F. Tyrnov traveling ionospheric disturbances, signal amplitude variations, Doppler frequency shift, focusing factor, computer simulation Vestnik KhNU ¹853 Pages. 8894
HF signal focusing due to linear and nonlinear wave disturbances occurring during monostatic ionospheric sounding is discussed. A technique is developed for estimating signal amplitude variation due to focusing based on beating amplitude measurements during significant Doppler frequency shift events. The intercomparison of measured and modeled variations in beating amplitudes, the focusing index, and Doppler frequency shift show a qualitative agreement. The simultaneous analysis of variations in the beating amplitude and the Doppler frequency shift makes the interpretation of measurements more definite, e.g., it permits the isolation of large scale disturbances traveling at approximately 1 km/s
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15. Compromising emanations: overview and system analysis N.N. Gorobets, À.V. Trivaylo compromising emanations, nearfieldzone, electromagnetic, radiation, time domain Vestnik KhNU ¹883 Pages. 8388
The problem of compromising radiation of spurious signals in the near, intermediate and far zones of observation in time domain are considered. The Compromising emanation system analysis for finding spurious radiation is proposed. The goal of the given approach is to speed the development of technical protection of information. In approximation of the given current distribution it has been suggested a solution considering the influence of the nearfield effects upon directional characteristics of spurious signals radiation. The application of the new method allows us to investigate compromising of technical means in time and frequency domain.
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16. Determena Frequency properties of intervalley electron transfer in AlN V. T. Plaksiy, À.V.Arhipov, À. S. Tischenko, Ò. ². Kamishanova, E.D. Prokhorov, À.V.Dyadchenko, D. P.Chueshkov perfect crystal, zone overcrystallization, temperature gradient Vestnik KhNU ¹966 Pages. 1922
The problem of growing of perfect bismuthantimony monocrystals having of a uniform distribution of Sb atoms through the crystal by help floatingzone refining method is considered. The expression for temperature gradient in melt and temperature distribution for any melt point have been obtained.
The monocrystals growing maximal velocity have been estimated. The growing velocity must be lower then 1 mm per hour was showed. It is velocity not lead to concentration overcooling and arising inhomogeneous dendrite structure. For solution with certain composition ( at = const) overcooling may be eliminated by either increasing of temperature gradient in liquid faze or decreasing growing velocity are showed.
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17. Optical synthesized apertures in holographic television systems Titar V.P. Holographic television, synthesizing holograms, linear antennas, CCDmatrices, color holographic television systems Vestnik KhNU ¹966 Pages. 5667
The analysis of the modern state of investigations concerning the creation of holographic television has been carried out. The new methods of hologram formation on photo electronic devices are proposed. The scheme of the holographic television system realizing the method of synthesizing optical holograms is presented. The possibility of synthesizing threedimensional holograms of volume objects on photo electron devices is shown. The method and principles of constructing colour holographic television system is proposed.
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18. The geometrical approaches to the calculation of propagation of Gaussian beams in hollow metal waveguides in the terahertz range
Gurin O.V., Degtyarev A.V., Maslov V.A., Svich V.A., Senyuta V.S., Topkov A.N.
metal waveguide, Gaussian beam, terahertz range, geometrooptical approach, transmission coefficient
Vestnik KhNU ¹966 Pages. 38
A comparison of the results of calculations of the transmision for Gaussian beams in hollow circular metal waveguide using geometrooptical procedures by Frost and Crenn with the results of experiments in the
terahertz range is performed. The conditions of applicability of these methods to study the transmission characteristics of metallic waveguides of different lengths were found. It is shown that in this range the geometrooptical approach, proposed by Frost, provides satisfactory results only for short waveguides, the length of which corresponds to the condition of the near zone. The geometrooptical approach by Crenn is applicable to both short and for long waveguides.
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19. Compromising emanations: overview and system analysis N.N. Gorobets, A.V. Trivaylo compromising emanations, nearfieldzone, electromagnetic, radiation, time domain Vestnik KhNU ¹883 Pages. 8388
The problem of compromising radiation of spurious signals in the near, intermediate and far zones of observation in time domain are considered. The Compromising emanation system analysis for finding spurious radiation is proposed. The goal of the given approach is to speed the development of technical protection of information. In approximation of the given current distribution it has been suggested a solution considering the influence of the nearfield effects upon directional characteristics of spurious signals radiation. The application of the new method allows us to investigate compromising of technical means in time and frequency domain.
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