1. Basic on Electronics

  1. PN junction; diodes.
  2. BJTs: symbols; notations; operating principle; static characteristics.
  3. BJTs: biasing circuits; temperature influence.
  4. FETs: symbols; notations; operating principle; static characteristics.
  5. FETs: biasing circuits; temperature influence.
  6. AC regime of electronic devices.
  7. Switching regime of electronic devices.
  8. Specific inner structures of analogue integrated circuits; Operational Amplifiers (O.A.).
  9. Fundamental circuits with O.A.
  10. Circuits with O.A.
  11. Frequency response of electronic circuits; Bode characteristics.
  12. Elements of Boolean Algebra; Logical functions.
  13. Logical functions implementation by using fundamental gates.

2. Power Engineering

  1. Electricity and Magnetism: Self- and Mutual Inductance; The Magnetic Field, Faraday’s and Ampere’s Laws; Magnetic Circuits.
  2. Transformers.
  3. Electromechanical Energy Conversion: Forces in Magnetic Structures; Moving-Iron and Moving-Coil Transducers.
  4. Rotating Electric Machines: Basic Classification of Electric Machines; Basic Operation of All Electric Machines.
  5. DC Machines: Physical Structure of DC Machines; Configuration of DC Machines; Speed-Torque and Dynamic Characteristics of DC Motors.
  6. DC Drives and DC Motor Speed Control: Rectifiers (AC-DC Converters) and Choppers (DC-DC Converters).
  7. AC Machines: Rotating Magnetic Fields; The Induction Motor.
  8. AC Motor Speed and Torque Control: AC-AC Converters and Inverters (DC-AC Converters).
  9. Adjustable-Frequency Drives.

3. Electrical Measurements and Instruments

  1. Basic elements of electrical measurements
  2. Units, Dimensions and Standards
  3. Errors during the measurement process
  4. Electrical transducers
  5. Measurement systems and transducers
  6. General theory of analog measurements
  7. Bridge circuits
  8. Signal conditioners
  9. Filters
  10. Comparator and timing circuits
  11. Oscilloscope
  12. General theory of digital measurements. Analog-to- Digital and Digital-to- Analog Conversions
  13. Display, recording and presentation of measurement data

4. Fixed and Mobile Communication Systems

  1. General problems of ground and space communication systems
  2. Signals in telecommunications. Characteristics of wave motion.
  3. Comparison between terrestrial and space communications
  4. Assignment. Multiple access. Modulation.
  5. Frequency Division Multiple Access
  6. Time Division Multiple Access
  7. Code Division Multiple Access
  8. Communications with Distributed (spread) Spectrum
  9. Terrestrial radio systems
  10. Fiber Optic communications systems. Fiber optic system topology
  11. Satellite communications
  12. Applications of Geostationary satellites

5. Control Theory

  1. What Is Feedback?
    • What Is Control?
    • Feedback Examples
    • Feedback Properties
  2. System Modeling
    • Modeling Concepts
    • State Space Models
    • Modeling Methodology
    • Modeling Examples
  3. Dynamic Behavior – Stability
    • The Nyquist Criterion
    • Bode’s Relations and Minimum Phase Systems
  4. PID Control
    • Basic Control Functions
    • Simple Controllers for Complex Systems
    • Implementation
  5. Sensors
  6. Examples: Automatic pilots

6. Electronic Warfare

  1. Informational warfare
    • Fundamentals of IW
    • Command and control warfare
  2. Network centric warfare
    • Fundamentals of NEC
    • OODA loop
  3. Electronic warfare
    • Electronic attack
    • Electronic defense
    • Electronic support
  4. Electromagnetic spectrum management
  5. Radar warning receiver
  6. Electronic counter measures pod
  7. Chaffs and flares
  8. Jamming
  9. Electronic counter counter measures

7. Networking; Introduction to Networks

  1. Configure a Network Operating System
  2. Network Protocols and Communications
  3. Network Access
  4. Ethernet
  5. Network Layer
  6. IP Addressing
  7. Sub-netting IP Networks
  8. Transport Layer
  9. Application Layer

8. Networking; Routing and Switching Essentials

  1. Introduction to Switched Networks
  2. Basic Switching Concepts and Configuration
  3. VLANs
  4. Routing Concepts
  5. Inter-VLAN Routing
  6. Static Routing
  7. Routing Dynamically
  8. Single-Area OSPF
  9. Access Control Lists
  10. DHCP
  11. Network Address Translation for IPv4

Observation: To attend this course, the students must be familiar with the topics of the “Networking; Introduction to Networks” course.

9. Computer Assisted Graphics (Design)

10. Risk Management (winter semester)

  1. An Introduction to Military Risk Management
  2. Risk Management Techniques
  3. Risk and Decision Making
  4. The Challenge of Military Risk Assessment
  5. Composite Risk Management
  6. Safety Risk Management
  7. Project Risk Management

11. Management in Aviation Systems)

12. General English (upon request - Military Terminology in English, ESP – training for STANAG 6001

    1. Travelling
    2. Shopping
    3. Meeting new people
    4. Family ties
    5. Health and fitness
    1. Traditions and customs of the world
    2. Celebrations
    3. Modern versus traditional
    4. Tolerance and ethics
    5. Intercultural approach to Others
    1. Cinema versus theater
    2. Leisure activities/ hobbies
    3. Books and famous writers
    4. Socializing trends
    5. Sports and music
    1. Educational models in the world
    2. Career opportunities
    3. Why join the Military?
    4. Traditional versus modern teaching
    5. Alternative education
    1. Life on Base
    2. Military Careers and Training
    3. Uniforms and equipment
    4. Weapons; Military drills
    5. Ranks and appointments
    6. nternational organizations
    7. Humanitarian assistance
    8. Ethics and leadership
    9. Joint/multinational/international operations
    10. STANAG 6001 Test preparation for each individual skill: Listening/ Speaking/ Reading/ Writing; Practice tests and tips.

13. French

14. Fundamentals of Military Arts

  1. Military art: definitions
  2. History of military art
  3. Military art nowadays
  4. War as a form of armed violence
  5. Armed conflict stages
  6. Laws of armed confrontations
  7. Principles of armed confrontation
  8. Joint operations: fundamentals: Levels of joint operations; Characteristics of joint operations

15. Theory of Communication and Public Relation

  1. Introduction to communication sciences
  2. Forms of communication
  3. Other forms of communication: Intrapersonal communication; Interpersonal communication; Social communication.
  4. Communication as process: models
  5. Semiotic models of communication
  6. Interactional theories and schools of communication
  7. Mass-media effects
  8. Mass communication theories and models
  9. Introduction to Public Relations
  10. Mass media roles and functions
  11. Influence of new media on security system
  12. Media – military conflict
  13. Mass media operations (MEDIA OPS)

16. Anti-Aircraft Missile and Artillery Systems

  1. Anti-aircraft cannon ammunition
  2. Anti-aircraft guns: S-60, Oerlikon, Gepard
  3. Passive self-guided anti-aircraft missiles: SA-9 Gaskin, SA-7 Grail
  4. Semi active self-guided antiaircraft missiles: SA-6 Gainful, MIM-23 Hawk
  5. Guided antiaircraft missiles: SA-8 Gecko, SA-2 Guideline

17. Anti-Aircraft Missiles and Artillery Tactics

  1. General principles of air defense at the platoon/company level
  2. General notions on Handling Staff
  3. Theoretical training of combat actions at the platoon/company level
  4. Theoretical conduct combat actions at the platoon/company level

18. Logistics in Military System

  1. Logistics between Old and New
  2. Fundamental Concepts and General Principles
  3. The Equipment Re-engineering and Its Implications on Logistics
  4. The Logistics Responsibility
  5. Material Function of Logistics
  6. Supply Function of Logistics
  7. Contracting Function of Logistics
  8. A Controversial Field: the Equipment Maintenance and Repair Function of Logistics
  9. The Spearhead of Logistics – Movement and Transportation Function
  10. A Sensitive and Painful Area of Logistics: Budgets and Finance Function
  11. Differences and Similarities Between General Logistics and Military Logistics

19. Military Systems and Technology

20. Flight Safety

21. Fundamentals of Radars