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EMCJ, IEE-EMC 2020-11-27
14:50
Online Online A Study on Human Exposure Assessment for Various Receiving Points from Radiative WPT System
Naoki Fujita (Aoyama Gakuin Univ.), Andrey Andrenko, Yuto Shimizu, Kanako Wake (NICT), Ryosuke Suga (Aoyama Gakuin Univ.), Soichi Watanabe (NICT), Osamu Hashimoto (Aoyama Gakuin Univ.)
(To be available after the conference date) [more]
RCS, AP, UWT
(Joint)
2020-11-27
11:20
Online Online Undersea optical wireless power transmission method using light beam -- Features, technologies, and issues --
Tomoyuki Miyamoto (Tokyo Tech)
(To be available after the conference date) [more]
WPT, EE
(Joint)
2020-10-07
10:05
Online Online Preliminary Verification on an Ultrasonic Wireless Power Transfer System for Implantable Devices
Sho Yokoi, Tomokazu Mishima (Kobe Univ.) EE2020-11
Ultrasonic Wireless Power Transmission System (UWPT) based on the principle of electric-acoustic energy mutual conversio... [more] EE2020-11
pp.1-4
WPT, EE
(Joint)
2020-10-07
13:40
Online Online Electrical Characteristics of Gated-Anode Diode for Rectenna Using Normally-Off GaN HEMT
Hidemasa Takahashi, Yuji Ando (Nagoya Univ.), Yoichi Tsuchiya, Akio Wakejima (NITECH), Hiroaki Hayashi, Eiji Yagyu (Mitsubishi Electric), Koichi Kikkawa, Naoki Sakai, Kenji Itoh (Kanazawa Institute of Tech), Jun Suda (Nagoya Univ.) WPT2020-19
As a device for wireless power transmission, we are developing a new rectenna that uses a gated anode diode (GAD) that s... [more] WPT2020-19
pp.1-5
WPT, EE
(Joint)
2020-10-07
15:05
Online Online Measurement Method of High-Frequency-Voltage/Current Waveforms using Directional Coupler and its Calibration
Takuma Nakae, Hiroshi Hirayama (NIT) WPT2020-22
This report proposes a measurement method of voltage/current waveform assuming applications of wireless power transfer(W... [more] WPT2020-22
pp.18-23
WPT, EE
(Joint)
2020-10-07
15:55
Online Online Wireless Power Transfer for Waterway-Cruising Ships with 3 Electrodes
Tomohiro Tsujimura, Yangjun Zhang (Ryukoku Univ.), Ikuo Awai (Ryutech corp.) WPT2020-24
The feature of high dielectric constant of water can be expected to have the effect of strengthening the coupling in an ... [more] WPT2020-24
pp.30-35
WPT, EE
(Joint)
2020-10-07
16:20
Online Online Investigation of Robustness to Misalignment with Wireless Power Transfer System Using a Repeating Coil
Naoya Kitade, Takahiko Yamamoto, Takehiro Imura (TUS), Yoshinori Tsuruda, Tomoki Onishi (Daihen) WPT2020-25
In recent years, there is a shortage of labor, especially in the manufacturing industry, and demand for automated guided... [more] WPT2020-25
pp.36-40
MW, AP
(Joint)
2020-09-24
12:50
Online Online [Poster Presentation] Experimental Study of wireless power transmission transfer system using electromagnetic coupling
Shun Kato, Keisuke Konno, Qiang Chen (Tohoku Univ.) AP2020-33
A wireless power transfer system using near-field electromagnetic coupling is fabricated and its performance is experime... [more] AP2020-33
pp.9-14
EMCJ, EMD, WPT
(Joint) [detail]
2020-07-03
13:55
Online Online Mechanism of Wireless Power Transfer Forming the Stair-Like Magnetic Field and Demonstration of Receiving Characteristics (Part 2) -- Mechanism of 3 Stage Magnetic Field Formation by 3 Methods and Comparative Consideration of Equivalent Coupling Factor Distribution --
Hideaki Abe WPT2020-17
In the magnetic coupling, the induced voltage based on the electromagnetic induction action by the interchanging of the ... [more] WPT2020-17
pp.13-18
WPT 2020-06-11
13:05
Online Online MAC protocol for wireless power transmission optimizing charged power and data latency in a presence of overlaid wireless data packets
Soichiro Sasaki, Tomohiro Yoshida, Takahiro Goto, Takumi Kobayashi, Ryuji Kohno (YNU) WPT2020-11
With IoT devices increasing, how to charge power becomes a major issue. To solve this, Microwave Wireless Power Transfer... [more] WPT2020-11
pp.1-6
EST 2020-05-21
10:35
Online Online A Study on an Automatic Efficiengy Control of the Magnetic-Resonant-Type WPT System using the SP-PS Circuit Topology
Takara Ijiro, Tsugumichi Shibata (TCU) EST2020-2
The efficiency of a magnetic resonant type wireless power transfer is affected not only by the loss due to the parasitic... [more] EST2020-2
pp.7-10
MW, WPT 2020-04-23
14:15
Online Online Investigation of Rectifier Operation with Harmonic Controlled Input Signals towards Pulse Modulation WiCoPT System
Runyuan Li, Satoshi Yoshida (Kagoshima Univ), Yasunori Suzuki, Hiroshi Okazaki (NTT DOCOMO), Kenjiro Nisikawa (Kagoshima Univ) WPT2020-5 MW2020-5
One of main issues on Wireless Communication and Power Transmission(WiCoPT) system is that modulated input signals degra... [more] WPT2020-5 MW2020-5
pp.25-30
MW, WPT 2020-04-23
15:40
Online Online Wireless Power Transmission Efficiency of Folded dipole Antenna for LED Accessory
Tamami Maruyama (NIT, Hakodate College) WPT2020-8 MW2020-8
Recently, accessories such as pendants loaded with LEDs have been introduced. However, these accessories require a subst... [more] WPT2020-8 MW2020-8
pp.41-43
AP 2020-03-26
16:00
Fukui Fukui College Revisit to Friis Transmission Formula [II] -- On Relation between Antenna Gain and Effective Area --
Yoshio Karasawa AP2019-203
Friis's transmission formula is a basic formula that is the starting point for wireless transmission. Four years ago, we... [more] AP2019-203
pp.35-40
WPT 2020-03-06
15:50
Kyoto   A Study on Microwave Power Transfer to Rectangular Antenna for Stratospheric Platform
Yuta Nakamoto, Naoki Shinohara (Kyoto Univ.), Naoki Hasegawa, Yoshichika Ohta (Softbank Corp.) WPT2019-69
The stratosphere platform is attracting attention as a new communication platform for communication area expansion and d... [more] WPT2019-69
pp.61-66
WPT 2020-03-07
09:40
Kyoto   Wireless Power Transfer in Robot
Ryota Hagiwara, Kazutoshi Yoshii, Shigeru Shimamoto (Waseda Univ.) WPT2019-72
At present, wireless power transfer is getting more attention, and various researches are being conducted. Few of them a... [more] WPT2019-72
pp.77-82
RCS, SR, SRW
(Joint)
2020-03-05
14:05
Tokyo Tokyo Institute of Technology Long-distance wireless power transmission using a sheet-like waveguide
Yuichi Masuda (UT), Yoshiaki Hirano, Tsuyoto Negishi (TEIJIN), Hiroyuki Shinoda (UT) SRW2019-72
In research on conventional waveguide power transmission using a sheet-like waveguide with 2.4 GHz, a transmission range... [more] SRW2019-72
pp.63-68
RCS, SR, SRW
(Joint)
2020-03-06
14:30
Tokyo Tokyo Institute of Technology [Invited Lecture] Study on Constant-Amplitude OFDM Scheme
Yuyuan Chang, Kazuhiko Fukawa (Tokyo Tech.) RCS2019-391
Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM) can be considered one of the most effective transmission schemes for d... [more] RCS2019-391
p.371
RCS, SR, SRW
(Joint)
2020-03-06
16:20
Tokyo Tokyo Institute of Technology [Invited Lecture] A Study on Coexistence between Wireless Power Transfer System and Existing 5GHz-WLAN
Kentaro Taniguchi, Hiroki Mori (Toshiba) RCS2019-399
As a key function for IoT applications, WPT (Wireless Power Transmission/Transfer) technologies have received great atte... [more] RCS2019-399
p.393
AP, WPT
(Joint)
2020-01-23
13:35
Kagawa Sunport Hall Takamatsu Position estimation of capsule endoscope in high-definition numerical human body model
Rintaro Sasaki, Masaharu Takahashi (Chiba Univ.) WPT2019-52
Capsule endoscopy is less invasive than conventional tube-type endoscopes, and is one of the most widely used imaging to... [more] WPT2019-52
pp.19-22
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