Botlikh Radio Plant, OOO owns the rights to various types of intellectual property assets, namely, 9 inventions and 1 utility model, which are currently at different stages of the formalities and which are involved in the development of various R&D projects.
In 2017, Botlikh Radio Plant, OOO acquired the rights to two invention patents: No. 2325725, entitled “Pyroelectric electron-optical image converter,” and No. 2345439, entitled “Method of Pyroelectric Image Converter Production and High-Vacuum System for Method Implementing.” These inventions have spearheaded a variety of R&D efforts focusing on the development of software and hardware platforms for modular facilities of base stations in terms of multiplexing, routing, and switching. These developments acted as a major driving force on the production of telecommunications equipment and helped boost the efficiency and competitiveness of, as well as increase the technology level in, the country’s electronics and radio-electronics industries – all in the interests of promoting the socioeconomic welfare of the Russian Federation.
A series of research efforts in the field of communication engineering has culminated in a method for modulating a laser beam with a quartz resonator with corner reflectors, for which patent application No. 2017138237 was filed.
In 2018, research work aimed at simplifying the design of a twin-screw extruder gearbox and making it more reliable has matured into a patent for utility model No. 179413 entitled “Twin-screw Extruder Gearbox.” Development efforts in this area are still underway. These will result in more R&D work and new patent applications in the future.
In the same year (2018), the company also acquired the right to use invention patent No. 2606231, entitled “Method for Producing Metal-doped Polyaniline,” which it needed to carry out scientific research and to manufacture related products.
Botlikh Radio Plant, OOO carries out research in the field of shipbuilding. Work is underway to improve microdrones used for maritime applications by making their motors more powerful and enhancing their maneuverability. There are ongoing studies on whether and how the performance of direction-finding systems used for above-water and underwater targets can be improved using the results of processing information coming from a digital active phased antenna array (DAPAR) of a “swarm” of such microdrones. Another focus area is looking at the necessity of creating power supply solutions based on radioactive decay to ensure continuous functioning of on-board equipment. The results of this research have already been converted into five applications for invention patents (Nos. 2018117577, 2018117578, 2018117579, 2018117580, and 2018117581). Work in this area is not complete.
There is also a current line of research that focuses on how to protect information in the course of WiFi data transmissions. In this regard, the company has applied for invention patent No. 2018134129 entitled “Method of User Identification Based on the Results of Entering a Random Binary Code for a Portable Data Storage Device Supporting WiFi Data Transmission.”