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Maxim V. Gitlits, Russian communications educator, educator.


Gitlits, Maxim V. was born on October 5, 1935 in Minsk, Russia. Son of Vladimir M. and Sulamif G. Gitlits.


Bachelor Telecommunications, Moscow Telecommunications University, 1958. Doctor of Science, Moscow Telecommunications University, 1972.


Research engineer Moscow Telecomms. University, 1958—1960, research engineer, research fellow, project leader, head research laboratory, 1964—1974, associate professor, 1968—1974, head department, head laboratory, 1974—1992, senior principal research specialist, 1992—2006. Senior emerging technologies specialist Chief Technology Office Telstra, Melbourne, Australia, since 2006.

Editorial board Transactions Telecomms. Universities, Moscow, 1974—1992. Section head All Union A.S. Popov Science Society Radio, Electronics and Telecomms., Moscow, 1982—1992.

Part-time professor telecommunications University Melbourne, since 1994. Member, deputy section head Science and Technology Council, Ministry Telecomms. Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics, Moscow, 1982—1992.


  • Other Work

    • Author: Magnetic Recording for Information Transmission Systems, 1978, Magnetic Recording, 1981, second edition, 1990. Co-author: Magnetic Tape Instrumentation, 1973, Videorecorders, 1980, Fundamentals of the Multichannel Communications Theory, 1985, Eletrcoacoustic and Broadcasting, 1989. Contributor scientific papers to professional publications.


Married Ella V. Gitlits, April 7, 1962. Children: Nonna, Veronika.

Vladimir M.

Sulamif G. Gitlits

Ella V. Gitlits

Nonna Gitlits

Veronika Gitlits