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AP 2007-06-21
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. A Small Size Dielectric Chip Antenna by Arranging Parasitic Element on the Back Side
Osamu Shibata, Hiromasa Koyama, Takuma Sawaya (Murata Mfg.) AP2007-39
A new type antenna has been developed that characteristics are according to both of Yagi-Uda antenna with high F/B ratio... [more] AP2007-39
Kanagawa YRP A basic study about switch circuits for a 60-GHz band single port / multi-sector switching antenna
Takuma Sawaya, Naoko Matsunaga, Makoto Taromaru, Takashi Ohira (ATR)
We are studying about a new approach for a 60-GHz mm-wave sector
switchable antenna for the gigabit rate wireless loca... [more]
MW 2005-12-16
Hiroshima   Study of radial waveguide for feeding of millimeter-wave switched sector-beaam antenna
Munehisa Yabuzaki, Qing Han, Takuma Sawaya, Nobuyuki Tenno, Makoto Taromaru, Takashi Ohira (ATR), Masami Akaike (Tokyo Univ. of Science)
 [more] MW2005-131
MW, ED 2005-11-17
Saga   Waveguide feed in arbitrary direction of 360 degrees azimuth with one feeding power terminal
Munehisa Yabuzaki, Qing Han, Takuma Sawaya, Nobuyuki Tenno, Makoto Taromaru, Takashi Ohira (ATR), Masami Akaike (Tokyo Univ. of Science)
 [more] ED2005-169 MW2005-124
Tottori Tottori Univ. of Environmental Studies Experimental Verification of Electrical Invisible Dipole Loaded with a Reactor and Applications of Electrical Invisible Transformation Using a Distributed Constant Line
Kyouichi Iigusa, Takuma Sawaya, Qing Han, Takashi Ohira, Makoto Taromaru (ATR WEL)
It is verified that a dipole becomes electrically invisible when it is loaded with a certain positive reactor, by measur... [more] AP2005-16
RCS, AP, WBS, MW, MoNA 2005-03-02
Kanagawa Yokosuka Research Park Broadening the Bandwidth of the Planar ESPAR Antenna Using Parasitic Elements with Multiple Varactor Diodes
Makoto Yamamoto, Kyouichi Iigusa, Takuma Sawaya, Makoto Taromaru, Takashi Ohira (ATR)
The service of terrestrial digital broadcasting started, and it expanded the possibility of indoor reception. We have ap... [more] WBS2004-67 AP2004-248 RCS2004-335 MoMuC2004-118 MW2004-245
RCS, AP, WBS, MW, MoNA 2005-03-04
Kanagawa Yokosuka Research Park An Application of Reactance Diversity Technique to The Mobile Terminal Antenna of DSRC Consecutive Radio-zones Configuration
Takuma Sawaya, Makoto Taromaru, Kyouichi Iigusa, Takashi Ohira (ATR), Yoshiharu Okamoto (NICT)
In this paper we describe an experimental study of the DSRC consecutive radio zone with the reactance diversity receptio... [more] WBS2004-161 AP2004-342 RCS2004-429 MoMuC2004-212 MW2004-339
AP 2005-01-21
Saga Saga University RF- and DC-line Share Ring Frequency Controllable Antenna
Kyouichi Iigusa, Makoto Yamamoto, Takuma Sawaya, Kouji Kato, Makoto Taromaru, Takashi Ohira (ATR-WEL)
RF- and DC- line Share Ring Frequency Controllable Antenna (ShRiquen antenna) is proposed, where anti-series variable di... [more] AP2004-210
RCS, AP 2004-10-29
Niigata Niigata University Effectively use of two freedoms as for reactance diversity of 3-element ESPAR antenna
Kyouichi Iigusa, Takuma Sawaya, Makoto Yamamoto, Makoto Taromaru, Takashi Ohira (ATR)
In the case of 3-element ESPAR antenna, impedance matching is kept while reactance (reactance) diversity controlling by ... [more] AP2004-153 RCS2004-174
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