National Academy of Sciences of Belarus

MURAVYOV Valentin Vladimirovich

Valentin Vladimirovich Muravyov (b. 28.01.1938, v. Mishnevo, Novosokolnichesk district, Pskov region, Russia), radio physicist. Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus (1989), Doctor of Engineering Sciences (1977), Professor (1978). Honored Worker of Science and Technology of the BSSR (1988).

Scientific research in the field of generation and amplification of electromagnetic oscillations of ultrahigh and extremely high frequencies. Investigated the mechanism of interaction of charged particles in semiconductor devices with electromagnetic fields. Developed the theoretical foundations of the "short" Gunn diodes. Proposed a new way to increase the frequency stability. He developed a general calculation method that allows analyzing and calculating oscillators, synchronized generators and amplifiers on semiconductor devices with a unified position, taking into account the specific method of implementing the microwave system and the parameters of the active element. The research results allowed to develop and implement a parametric series of generators and amplifiers operating in the range from 4 to 100 GHz.

Author of more than 250 scientific papers, incl. 35 copyright certificates and 13 patents.

Awarded with the Order of the Fatherland of the III degree (1998), medal.

Major papers:

  1. Некоторые вопросы теории и расчета генераторов на диодах Ганна (совм. с В.Я. Савельевым) // Электрон. техника. Сер. "Электроника СВЧ". 1972. Вып. 12.
  2. Возможность значительного повышения стабильности частоты генераторов на диодах с отрицательным сопротивлением (совм. с А.А.Бельским, В.Я.Савельевым) // Изв. вузов СССР. Радиоэлектроника. 1974. №8.
  3. Субгармонические бифуркации периода колебаний в диодах Ганна с внешним гармоническим воздействием (совм. с В.И.Шалатониным) // Радиоэлектроника. 1993. №6.
  4. 3-mm Pulse Radar for short-range Navigation and Collision Avoidance (совм. с Ю.П.Воробьевым, А.В.Рубаником) // IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems. 1999. V.14, No.7.