ISSN 2225-5818 (Print)
Scientific and technical journal
Open access journal This is an open access journal which, in accordance with the BOAI definition of open access, means that all content is freely available on the public internet, permitting any users to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of these articles, crawl them for indexing, or use them for any other lawful purpose, without financial, legal, or technical barriers other than those inseparable from gaining access to the internet itself.
Founded in 1977 by the Odessa research institute of technology "Temp" as the specislized scientific and technical collection "Техника средств связи. Серия ТПО" of the Ministry of communication facilities industry of the USSR. In 1991 it was transformed into interindustry collection and registered as scientific and technical journal of the USSR "Tekhnologiya i Konstruirovanie v Elektronnoi Apparature". Re-registered in 1992 as Ukrainian mass-media under the same name.
The journal is in the International reference system "Ulrich’s Periodicals Directory" (USA).
Distributed by subscription through postal telegraph offices in Ukraine, Russia and other CIS countries.
Format 203×290 mm, volume 64 p.
Periodicity — 6 numbers per year.
It is registered in HAC of Ukraine (Bulletin 6, 2010) under sections of engineering science and physical and mathematical (physical) sciences.
Summaries of articles are published in the Ukrainian abstract journal "Djerelo", the Series 2 (Kiev) and in abstract journal VINITI (Moscow).
The authors — experts and scientists from the enterprises, organizations, high schools of Ukraine, the CIS countries, Baltic States etc.
The editor-in-chief V. Chmil (Kiev).
Editorial council: A. Belyaev (Kyiv); A. Dashkovsky (Kyiv); V. Godovanjuk (Chernovtsy); G. Oborskiy (Kyiv); E. Tikhonova (Odessa); N. Vakiv (Lvov).
Editorial board: S. Antoshchuk (Odessa); A. Ashcheulov (Chernovtsy); V. Baranov (Minsk); A. Bondarev (Lviv); V. Dolzhikov (Kharkov); A. Efimenko (Odessa); E. Glushechenko (Kiev); D. Korbutiak (Kyiv); S. Krukovskiy (Lvov); S. Luzin (St. Petersburg); V. Lysenko (Kyiv); I. Mikheyeva (Kyiv); I. Nevliudov (Kharkov); J. Nikolaenko (Kiev); S. Plaksin (Dnepropetrovsk); A. Rybka (Kharkov); V. Riukhtin (Chernovtsy); M. Samojlovich (Moscow); V. Sitnikov (Odessa); J. Stevanovich (Belgrade); Z. Stevich (Belgrade); V. Tomashik (Kyiv); I. Yerimichoy (Odessa); V. Trofimov (Odessa).
modern electronic technologies; new components for electronic equipment; electronic devices: research, development; microwave engineering; signals transfer and processing systems; microprocessor-based devices and systems; problems of instrument making; semiconductor light engineering power electronics; biomedical electronics; sensors; functional micro- and nanoelectronics; thermal management; production technology and equipment; materials of electronics; metrology, standardization; on the history of science and engineering.