Of particular interest to visitors to the Museum is the site of radio relay, troposphere and space stations. The space communication station deployed on this site is able to provide communication through communication systems that are in orbit around the earth. These space communication systems are characterized by high speed and quality of information received and transmitted.
The closed hangar houses samples of communication equipment from the WWII to the present day, historical documents of the training center, a mock-up fragment of the WWII, a recreated dugout of a partisan detachment commander, stands with information and photos about troops. communication of modern Armed Forces of Ukraine.
The commander's dugout contains copies of documents, photographs, samples of uniforms and equipment of servicemen, and means of communication used in units and units of the Soviet Army. The inspection of the dugout is carried out to the musical accompaniment of wartime melodies.
The museum presents four busts of liaison soldiers, including a female radio operator Olena Stempkovska.
During the demonstration of military radio equipment there is a demonstration of its capabilities: communication range, methods of information transmission, the procedure for establishing radio communication, features of reception and transmission of combat radiograms, maintenance of technical documentation during a radio session.
Visitors, if desired, can learn the techniques of military training and physical exercises, as well as have the opportunity to really work on communication technology, to get acquainted with its technical characteristics.
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