Mintz, Alexander L.( prominent Soviet physicist and radio engineer)
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Biography Mintz, Alexander L.
Alexander L. Mintz (1895-1974 gg.) - The prominent Soviet physicist and radio engineer, academician of the USSR (1958; Corr. 1946), Hero of Socialist Labor (1956). In 1918, Mr.. Don graduated from the University and in 1932. - Moscow Institute of Engineers connection. Since 1934, Mr.. professor.
A. L. Mintz participated in the Civil War, commanding radiodivizionom.
In 1921, Mr.. He was transferred to Moscow for the post of Chief Radio Laboratory of the Higher Military School of communication, and in 1923. He was appointed head of the Research Institute of Communications (BRE) Red Army.
During these years the main works of A. L. Mints are devoted to theory and methods of designing systems radio modulation, . development of methods for obtaining high-power radio stations, . creation of new systems of directional antennas for super-long and short radio waves, . sectional powerful generator tubes, . new methods of radio measurements,
. This work is directly related to the practice - A. L. Mintz led the design and construction of high-power radio stations: in 1927. - They. A. S. Popov, in 1929,. - They. AUCCTU, in 1933. - They. Comintern, in 1938. - PB-96, 1943. - Near Samara etc.. When designing and building them were applied strict short-wave vibrators, multi-element lattice broadband vibrators.
Since 1946, Mr.. And under the leadership. L. Mintz and with his direct participation in our country began to develop a new scientific direction - radio engineering and electronics powerful particle accelerators. Team, . headed by Alexander L., . participated in the design and creation of accelerators of the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (Dubna), . led the development, . design and construction of linear accelerators - Injector proton accelerators, radio-electronics and systems in Moscow and Serpukhov (76 GeV, . 1967).,
. In 1957-1970 he
. A. L. Mintz Radio Engineering Institute, headed by the USSR in 1967. - He was chairman of the Scientific Council on acceleration of charged particles USSR.
In 1950, Mr.. A. L. Mintz awarded Gold Medal. A. S. Popova USSR. His work has twice awarded the State Prize of the USSR 1 st degree (1946, 1951) and Lenin Prize (1959). A. L. Mintz was awarded four Orders of Lenin, four other orders and medals.