Foundation of the first electronics research laboratory and the Kronstadt workshop of Popov, the Russian inventor of the radio
Transformation of the workshop into "Radio Telegraph of the Navy Department"
Development of spark-gap transmitters to enable radio communication of the Russian Navy
Renaming of the Maritime Department factory into "Komintern Radio Telegraph plant"
Development of high power electron tubes in Russia
Design and manufacture of vacuum tube based receivers
Development of the first unified system of transmitters and receivers for ships and onshore facilities of "Blokada-1"
Commissioning of the world’s most powerful 100 kW VTsSPS radio station
Establishment of transmitting sets research laboratory as part of the factory’s infrastructure
- Design and development of the Komintern 500 kW radio station, at the time the most powerful in the world
A long-wave backbone radio receiver DTG has been developed.
Return to Leningrad and recommencement of operation
Development of automated complexes for communication with deeply submerged objects
Re-equipping of three TV centres in Moscow, Leningrad and Kiev
The Order of the Red Banner of Labour awarded for successful completion of the set targets
Renaming of the company into Pan-soviet Komintern Research Institute of Power Radio engineering with its own pilot plant
Merging of the companies into Komintern Research and Production Company
Defining the concept of ELF radio channel; development of methods for generating super-power ELF signals; research into design of ELF antenna systems
Obtained results are still considered fundamental and are widely used in designing and building ELF radio stations, both in Russia and abroad
Development of ELF radio transmitting complex "Zevs", the only one in Russia
Renaming of Komintern Research and Production Company into Russian Institute for Power Radio engineering
Privatisation of the company by the Decree of the President of the Russian Federation with 30% of shares be handed over to the Property Fund of St. Petersburg
Development of the fourth generation radio communication equipment: the family of transistorized HF transmitters and transceivers
Design and development of a 1 kW modular HF
Development of a containerized radio communication complex including MF, HF, VHF ranges for equipping small airports /heliports
Commencement of serial production of static power converters for ship hull degaussing
- a control rack for the digital radio transmitting set including a new generation digital HF exciter
- a rotating transceiving HF antenna
- a new series of digital transistorised radio transmitting sets and transceivers