A. Bystrov received his BSc (1982) in Radio electronics from Moscow Institute of Electronic Technology (Technical University MIET), Russia, MSc (1988) from the same university.
From 1982-1990 he was with MIET.
Since 1990 he was working as a project engineer in electronic industry in Lithuania.
In 2001-2002 he participated in Electrical Diagrams CAD system development in company ALNA (Lithuania).
Since 2002 Alex as a program manager was responsible for new payment card chip technology implementation (chip & PIN migration, 3D Secure standard etc.) in Lithuanian banking industry.
In 2012 he finished his PhD thesis on algorithms of digital signal processing in radar detectors and range finders.
Alex joined School of Electronic, Electrical and Computer Engineering in 2012.
Selected journal papers:
Bystrov, A.N., Nezlin, D.V. (1987), Microprocessor based radar signal detector, Radiotechnika, 1987-4: 16-18
Nezlin, D.V., Bystrov, A.N. (1987), Characteristics of time discriminator with stroboscopic signal sampling, Radiotechnika, 1987-7: 16-18
Bystrov, A.N., Nezlin, D.V. (1987), Digital radar range finder with averaging of the tracking error, Elektronnaja Technika (Electronics Engineering), Vol. 10, 1987-4: 23-26
Bystrov, A.N., Djigan, V.I. (2010), The influence of signal sampling and quantization on the characteristics of radar range finders, Nonlinear World, 2010-12: 764-777
Bystrov, A.N. (2011), Range finder with stroboscopic signal sampling based on “Multicore” DSP family, Problems of Radio Electronics, Vol.2011-1: 107-114.
Djigan, V.I., Bystrov, A.N. (2011), Cost effective algorithms in radar detectors and range finders, Problems of Radio Electronics, Vol.2011-1: 114-124
Bystrov, A.N., Djigan, V.I. (2011), Influence of radar signal sampling on the characteristics of signal detectors, Bulletin of the Ryazan State Radio Engineering University, 2011-1: 55-58
Bystrov A., Gashinova M. (2013), Analysis of stroboscopic signal sampling for radar target detectors and range finders, IET Radar, Sonar and Navigation, 2013, Vol.7(4): 451-458
He is author and co-author of 14 conference papers.