Committee 
Date Time 
Place 
Paper Title / Authors 
Abstract 
Paper # 
CAS, NLP 
20181019 10:20 
Miyagi 
Tohoku Univ. 
An efficient variablegain homotopy method for finding DC operating points of transistor circuits Kiyotaka Yamamura, Takumi Shimada (Chuo Univ.) CAS201851 NLP201886 
Homotopy methods are known to be effective methods for finding DC operating points of nonlinear circuits with the theore... [more] 
CAS201851 NLP201886 pp.7579 
WPT, EE (Joint) 
20181004 15:10 
Kyoto 
Kyoto Univ. Uji Campus 
Design of high power rectifier circuit Ce Wang, Bo Yang, Naoki Shinohara (Kyoto Univ) WPT201846 
In the future, in order to commercialize wireless power transmission technology, it is considered that high power rectif... [more] 
WPT201846 pp.9396 
SDM 
20171109 14:30 
Tokyo 
KikaiShinkoKaikan Bldg. 
[Invited Talk]
Characterization and modeling of SiC power MOSFET Takashi Sato, Kazuki Oishi, Masayuki Hiromoto (Kyoto Univ.), Michihiro Shintani (NAIST) SDM201765 
(To be available after the conference date) [more] 
SDM201765 pp.2126 
NLP, CAS 
20171005 13:50 
Niigata 
Machinaka Campus Nagaoka 
Complete analysis of piecewiselinear resistive circuits using integer programming Ryota Watanabe, Hiroki Takahara, Kiyotaka Yamamura (Chuo Univ.) CAS201726 NLP201751 
It is wellknown that the geometry of the solution set of a piecewiselinear resistive circuit can be very complicated. ... [more] 
CAS201726 NLP201751 pp.1116 
WPT 
20170307 13:25 
Kyoto 
Kyoto Univ. Uji Campus 
WPT201679 
To reduce the weight of a satellite, an internal wireless system for satellites was proposed in a previous study. It is ... [more] 
WPT201679 pp.7579 
CAS, NLP 
20161028 13:00 
Tokyo 

An algorithm for finding all DC solutions of nonlinear circuits using triangular LP tests Kazuki Teraya, Kiyotaka Yamamura (Chuo Univ.) CAS201655 NLP201681 
In the computeraided design of electronic circuits, finding all solutions (DC operating points) of nonlinear circuits i... [more] 
CAS201655 NLP201681 pp.9196 
WPT 
20160308 09:25 
Kyoto 
Kyoto Univ. Uji Campus 
Fundamental Study on Rectenna Behavior as Voltage Doubler Tomohiko Mitani, Shogo Kawashima, Taiga Nishimura (Kyoto Univ.) WPT201586 
We analyzed a 2.45 GHz voltagedoublertype rectenna, in which Schottky diodes are mounted both in series and in shunt a... [more] 
WPT201586 pp.5560 
EE 
20141010 13:30 
Tokyo 
The KikaiShinkoKaikan Bldg. 
The power supply circuit simulation in consideration of the wiring parasitism ingredient of the printed circuit board Masato Matsuo, Kazunori Hayami, Tatsuya Yamaguchi, Toshihiro Yamanaka (FUJITSU KYUSHU NETWORK TECHNOLOGIES), Muga Arai (FUJITSU ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES) EE201417 
In recent years, a power supply circuit is a tendency of the low voltage and high current. This is for evolution of devi... [more] 
EE201417 pp.1316 
NLP 
20140721 16:25 
Hokkaido 
Hakodate City Central Library 
DC operating point analysis of nonlinear circuits using the variablegain Newton fixedpoint homotopy method Keiichi Moriyama, Kiyotaka Yamamura (Chuo Univ.) NLP201438 
In the field of circuit simulation, homotopy methods have been studied by many researchers in order to overcome the non... [more] 
NLP201438 pp.3742 
CAS, SIP, MSS, VLD, SIS [detail] 
20140710 13:50 
Hokkaido 
Hokkaido University 
Fast Transient Analysis of Nonuniform Distributed Parameter Circuit by Using Stabilized Explicit Method Kaoru Nakagaki, Tadatoshi Sekine, Hideki Asai (Shizuoka Univ.) CAS201429 VLD201438 SIP201450 MSS201429 SIS201429 
In general, an explicit method in numerical analysis has a strict stability condition related to a time step size. In th... [more] 
CAS201429 VLD201438 SIP201450 MSS201429 SIS201429 pp.153157 
MW, SCE, WPT 
20140418 15:15 
Tokyo 
KikaiShinkoKaikan Bldg. 
Study on NonLinear Impedance Estimation by Using Moebius Transformation Shinji Abe, Satoshi Suzuki, Qiaowei Yuan (Sendai NCT) WPT201421 SCE201421 MW201421 
It is extremely difficult to measure nonlinear impedance by the conventional methods, such as using network analyzer.
... [more] 
WPT201421 SCE201421 MW201421 pp.109114 
NC, MBE (Joint) 
20140317 13:50 
Tokyo 
Tamagawa University 
A simulation study on the longrange horizontal signal propagation in the primary visual cortex. Shota Uno, Keisuke Tsuzaki, Yuki Hayashida, Tetsuya Yagi (Osaka Univ.) NC201394 
In mouse primary visual cortex, it is believed that horizontal signal propagation in layer 2/3 is an important phenomeno... [more] 
NC201394 pp.3740 
MW 
20140304 10:20 
Ehime 
Ehime University 
Analysis of Magnetic Resonance Wireless Charging System by SPICE Kenji Shodai (Hiroshima Univ.), Kouichi Yamanoue (Imasen Electric Industrial), Futoshi Kuroki (KNCT) MW2013198 
Recently, the charging system utilizing a magnetic field resonance type noncontact power supply technology has attracte... [more] 
MW2013198 pp.712 
NLP 
20121119 15:20 
Miyagi 
Ishinomaki Senshu University 
Complete Analysis of PiecewiseLinear Resistive Circuits Using the Generalized Linear Complementarity Theory and Mixed Integer Programming Rei Maeda, Hiroyuki Kato, Kiyotaka Yamamura (Chuo Univ.) NLP201280 
It is well known that the geometry of the solution set of a piecewiselinear resistive circuits can be very complicated.... [more] 
NLP201280 pp.2328 
VLD, CAS, MSS, SIP 
20120703 11:20 
Kyoto 
Kyoto Research Park 
Finding All Solutions of PiecewiseLinear Circuits Using SCIP Kiyotaka Yamamura, Takayuki Ishii (Chuo Univ.) CAS201220 VLD201230 SIP201252 MSS201220 
Finding all DC solutions of nonlinear circuits is an important problem in circuit simulation. Various algorithms have b... [more] 
CAS201220 VLD201230 SIP201252 MSS201220 pp.109114 
CAS, NLP 
20111020 14:20 
Shizuoka 
Shizuoka Univ. 
Fast Simulation of Multiconductor System with Nonlinear Devices by Using BlockLatency Insertion Method and Reduced Order Model Tadatoshi Sekine, Hideki Asai (Shizuoka Univ.) CAS201141 NLP201168 
This paper describes a fast circuit simulation technique based on the blocklatency insertion method (blockLIM) and a m... [more] 
CAS201141 NLP201168 pp.4954 
NLP 
20110701 16:00 
Hokkaido 
Sharicho Kohminkan: Ymehall Shiretoko 
A Network of Electronic Circuits Subject to Augmented Lorenz Equations Koki Yoshimoto, Kenichiro Cho, Jungo Tatsutani, Takaya Miyano (Ritsumeikan Univ.) NLP201148 
We have recently found that a nondimensionalized expression of the equations
of motion governing the rotational motion ... [more] 
NLP201148 pp.137140 
RCS, AN, MoNA, SR (Joint) 
20100305 13:40 
Kanagawa 
YRP 
Improvement of Power Added Efficiency by PAPR Reductiuon Technique for MIMOOFDM Systems Yosuke Kanno, Satoshi Suyama, Hiroshi Suzuki, Kazuhiko Fukawa (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.) RCS2009331 
In MIMOOFDM mobile communication systems, this report clarifies a relation between (i) an improvement of peak to averag... [more] 
RCS2009331 pp.433438 
NLP 
20091221 16:40 
Iwate 

DC Operating Point Analysis of MOS Transistor Circuits Using the Variable Gain Newton Homotopy Method Yasuhiro Koyama, Mitsuru Tonokura, Kiyotaka Yamamura (Chuo Univ.) NLP2009137 
In the field of circuit simulation, homotopy methods have been studied by many researchers to overcome the convergence p... [more] 
NLP2009137 pp.5964 
SDM 
20091112 15:30 
Tokyo 
KikaiShinkoKaikan Bldg. 
Development of MEMS and Equivalent Circuit Generator Nobuyo Fujiwara, Kazuo Asaumi (Mizuho Information & Research Institute), Tomoyuki Koike (Micromachine Center), Toshiyuki Tsuchiya (Kyoto Univ,), Gen Hashiguchi (Shizuoka Univ.) SDM2009140 
In order to improve CMOSintegrated MEMS(micro electromechanical system) devices design efficiency, we developed a desig... [more] 
SDM2009140 pp.2932 