Radio day!

Dear students, professors, lecturers, employees, graduates, friends and colleagues of SPbSUT!

 May 7 entered the history of world science and technology as the birthday of the radio. This day in 1895 Russian physicist, Alexander S. Popov made a report and a demonstration of the world's first radio receiver, having carried out the first radio communication session.

 Today it is a holiday for workers in all sectors of communications. On May 7, 1945, the 50th anniversary of the invention of radio was widely celebrated in the USSR. In this regard, the government decided to consider this date an annual Radio Day, which was later approved by Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR of October 1, 1980 No. 3018-X «On Holidays and Memorials.»

 Today, radio, television, mobile communications have become natural attributes of our lives. This day has become special not only for radio operators, but also for workers in all sectors of communications, radio, television, broadcasting and information, who by their work contribute to the development of the communications and telecommunications industry.

 We are sending special congratulations to our colleagues, whose activities are directly related to radio - the Faculty of Radio Communication Technologies, as well as the Radio Bonch team. Their high professionalism and responsibility, creative approach to business is the basis of success in training highly qualified, widely educated and comprehensively developed specialists for the telecommunications industry.

 

We congratulate you on your professional holiday, wish you success and prosperity!