EMILINK: FROM A "BOX BUSINESS" TO A DIVERSIFIED PRODUCTION IN RUSSIA DOI: 10.22184/2070-8963.2021.100.8.6.10
ARCFO ON THE BANK OF KAMA RIVER DOI: 10.22184/2070-8963.2021.100.8.14.17
In every odd autumn the administrative centre of Perm region becomes an obligatory place of meeting for leading scientists and fiber optics experts. This year the VIII All-Russian Conference on Fibre Optics (ARCFO), founded with the direct participation of outstanding physicist, RAS academician Evgeny Mikhailovich Dianov, was held in Perm on October 5–8.
ANALYSIS OF METHODS FOR TRACING AND LOCATING FAULTS IN COMPLETELY DIELECTRIC FIBER-OPTIC CABLE DOI: 10.22184/2070-8963.2021.100.8.26.31
The paper presents analysis of link tracing and fault location methods for all-dielectric fiber-optic cable. It is shown that combined use of electronic marking and acoustic monitoring systems using fiber-optic cable as a distributed acoustic sensor is the most promising way forward.
ON REGULATING THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE DIGITAL ENVIRONMENT DOI: 10.22184/2070-8963.2021.100.8.48.53
The problems that threaten the achievement of the goals of the National Programme "Digital Economy of the Russian Federation" and, in general, the efficiency of Russia’s digital transformation of the economy are discussed. Attention is drawn to the need for targeted government policy and adaptive regulatory mechanisms in the area of national telecommunications infrastructure.
BIM IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS HAS NO ALTERNATIVE DOI: 10.22184/2070-8963.2021.100.8.54.60
In Russia as well as in the rest of the world intensive implementation of information modeling technologies (BIM) is in progress, but there are also growth diseases: caution and scepticism of a part of construction community, not quite effective role of the government. The paper raises the questions: how to effectively implement BIM in the telecoms industry, what are the necessary steps for implementation? A calculated choice of information modeling platforms and their consistent implementation for the industry has no alternative.
PECULIARITIES OF LITHIUM NIOBATE PLASMONOCHEMICAL ETCHING FOR DEVELOPMENT OF INTEGRATED OPTICAL MODULATORS WITH COMB WAVEGUIDES DOI: 10.22184/2070-8963.2021.100.8.62.67
This work is devoted to the study the surface etching features of lithium niobate in a fluorine-containing plasma with an increased consumption of SF6 and Ar without the forced temperature control of the substrate holder on the ETNA-100-PT-1 setup in order to develop a technology for creating ridge waveguides and other surface structures. Research has been carried out to measure the etching rate. Scanning electron microscopy was used to study the structure of the etched surface and the cleaved end of the sample. Achieved high etching rates of the near-surface layer from 250 to 950 nm/min.
ULL-CLASS OPTICAL FIBERS: CHARACTERISTICS AND APPLICATION ISSUES DOI: 10.22184/2070-8963.2021.100.8.18.25
The paper describes the characteristics of ultra-low attenuation of fiber-optic cables designed for use in long-haul terrestrial fiber-optic communication networks.
RUSSIAN INDUSTRY WILL BE ABLE TO PROVIDE PRODUCTS FOR CII FACILITIES BY 2025 DOI: 10.22184/2070-8963.2021.100.8.38.41
On 30 November Kommersant Publishing House with the support of the Department of Radio-Electronics Industry of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Russia organised in Moscow an in-person conference "Technological Independence: Opportunities and Limitations".
GAZPROM SPACE SYSTEMS: TRADITION AND INNOVATION DOI: 10.22184/2070-8963.2021.100.8.32.33
SATCOMRUS 2021: ON THE BROAD SHOULDER OF GSO DOI: 10.22184/2070-8963.2021.100.8.34.36
Satellite communication is one of the most important elements in the digital development of society. This seemingly indisputable assertion sparked the discussions at the SATCOMRUS - XXVI International Conference of Operators and Users of Satellite Communications and Broadcasting Network in the Russian Federation, which was held this year on 7–8 October in Kaliningrad.
Modern network operators, content and service providers must comply with the security requirements that govern the management and protection of sensitive data from disclosure, theft and misuse. The amount of sensitive data generated by companies and private users is steadily increasing. Security is one of the most important benefits of 5G, which will serve as a critical infrastructure for digitisation, automation and connectivity to machines, robots, vehicle control, etc. The paper considers the security and protection of sensitive data in the provision of telecommunication services based on 5G networks. The second part of the material focuses on security challenges on next generation mobile networks.
THE INDO-EUROPEAN TELEGRAPH LINE DOI: 10.22184/2070-8963.2021.100.8.68.74
The article is devoted to the history of the transcontinental Indo-European telegraph line. An overview of the development of telegraph communications between Europe and India in the nineteenth century is given, and the reasons that prompted the British government and European trade circles to build a new overland communication line through Germany, Russia and Persia are outlined. A brief technical description of the original Siemens Indo-European Line is given.