the main stages of development and work of the
JSC STC “COSMOS”
May 1993 Foundation of the JSC Science-Technology Center “COSMOS”.
1993-1994 Beginning of work projection regarding the modernization of the network of the receiving stations “Moskva” and “Moskva-Globalnaya”. More than 1000 stations were reconstructed and put into operation.
1997 Development of the project “Creation of the network of SAT TV stations to receive NTV TV programs in the МРЕG-2 standard”.
1998 The work regarding the creation of the receiving network for digital TV broadcasting of NTV and TNT programs was completed.
1999 In the framework of creation of its own SAT network by the Modern Humanitarian University to transmit educational programs to its branches, STC “COSMOS” implemented more than 90 SAT TV receiving stations situated in the European part of the Russian Federation.
1999 On request of the REN-TV Company, a multifunctional receiving complex with tracking antennas was created.
2000-2001 The digital receiver DMT 1000 (South Korea) was adapted by the engineers of STC "COSMOS" to the Russian standart for perspective programs regarding the development of digital regional networks. The receiver has a certificate of the Ministry of Communications.
2001 The DMT 6000 receiver of the Digital Multimedia Technologies Company (South Korea) was adapted to the Russian standard. About 1500 receivers were modified and delivered.
2002 The JSC STC “COSMOS” won the tender for the TV/Radio broadcasting network modernization in the Chukotka Autonomous Region.
2002 Under the contract with the JSC “Mostelecom”, STC “COSMOS” developed a pilot project of the Moscow city teleport creation in the framework of the All-Russian program “Electronic Russia” and the program “The Last Mile”.
2003 Conclusion of a distribution agreement with Scopus Network Technologies Ltd. (Israel) on delivery of professional SAT receivers, compression and decoding equipment. Beginning of deliveries of the equipment.
2003 Conclusion of a distribution agreement with Digital Multimedia Technologies S.p.A. (Italy) on delivery of terrestrial TV transmitters.
2003 Completion of the work under the agreement with the Federal State-owned Enterprise “Russian Television and Radio Broadcasting Network” (RTRN) on the modernization of the network to receive TV programs of such channels as “First channel”, “Russia” and “Culture” from a satellite in the receiving zone “Г”. 380 receiving stations were delivered and put into operation in 18 regions of the Russian Federation.
2003 STC “COSMOS” started installations of Internet terminals in Russian schools together with NPO “Crosna”.
2003-2004 The JSC STC “COSMOS” won the tender for the SAT TV receiving network modernization in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia). More than 200 stations were equipped with new Tx/Rx equipment.
2003-2004 Projects regarding the creation of the system to distribute regional TV/Radio broadcasting programs in the Republic of Tyva were carried out.
2004 Tx/Rx network modernization in the Chukotka Autonomous Region continues in the framework of the regional development program implemented by the governor of the region.
2004 Under the agreement with RTRN, STC “COSMOS” carried out the work regarding the modernization of the networks to receive TV programs of such channels as “First channel”, “Russia” and “Culture” from a repeater satellite in the receiving zone “M” and the transition of broadcasting of these TV programs from analog to digital MPEG-2/DVB-S standard. In the laboratory STC “COSMOS” specialists carried out a 100% inspection test and a one-hundred-twenty-hour test of equipment. About 1000 stations were put into operation.
2004 Conclusion of a distribution agreement with the RVR Company (Italy) on delivery of FM radio transmitters.
2005 Creation of a service center to provide technical support and repair for Scopus Video Network Ltd. equipment on the basis of STC “COSMOS”.
2005 STC “COSMOS” delivered equipment, installed and commissioned 34 Rx/Tx complexes at the customs stations of the Federal Customs Service of Russia in some regions of the European part of the Russian Federation.
2006 STC “COSMOS” received the State Prize of the Russian Federation for development and creation of the network of receiving stations of the TV channel “Culture”.
2006 Under the agreement with the NTV Company, at 600 receiving stations the out-of-date equipment was substituted with the new one on the basis of Scopus IRD-2900 receivers.
2006 The stations of terrestrial radio broadcasting of the program “Majak” were put into operation in the Chukotka Autonomous Region. The equipment for the modernization of the network of the First channel TV programs and for the creation of the first stage of the TV channel “Sport” was delivered.
2006 Conclusion of an agreement with the Rohde & Schwarz Company on delivery of measuring and transmitting equipment.
2006 On request of the FSUE “Situation and Crisis Center of Rosatom”, STC “COSMOS” together with NPO “Crosna” delivered new radio equipment to some of its entities.
2006-2007 STC “COSMOS” designed the professional DR 100S digital satellite receiver and manufactured a pilot batch.
2007-2008 Under the agreement with RTRN, STC “COSMOS” carried out the work to widen the broadcasting areas of the TV channels “Culture” and “Sport”. About 2000 stations were delivered.
2008 STC “COSMOS” developed a project and started the commissioning of the Children’s Radio network “DETI FM”. The work was carried out on request of Gazprom-Media.
2009 The JSC STC “COSMOS” together with the DMT-SYES Company (Italy) and the Russian plant “Signal” (Obninsk) is a cofounder of the joint venture “Signal Digital Broadcasting” founded to manufacture digital DVB-T/T2 TV transmitters in Russia.
2009-2015 In the framework of the Federal target program “Development of TV and Radio Broadcasting in the Russian Federation in 2009-2015”, the JSC STC “COSMOS” is responsible for the implementation of projects and for the building of digital terrestrial TV broadcasting networks in the following regions of Russia: the Altai Region, the Altai Republic, the Republic of Buryatia, the Republic of Tyva, the Republic of Khakassia, the Jewish Autonomous Region, the Republic of Ingushetia, the Chechen Republic, the Kabardino-Balkar Republic, the Karachay-Cherkess Republic, the Republic of North Ossetia-Alania, the Murmansk Region, the Volgograd Region, the Astrakhan Region.