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EMCJ, MW, EST, IEE-EMC [detail] 2019-10-24
Miyagi Tohoku Gakuin University(Conf. Room 2, Eng. Bldg. 1) Fundamental Study on Whole Body Average SAR for Millimeter Wave Using the FDTD Method
Sachiko Kodera, Akimasa Hirata (NIT), Kenji Taguchi, Tatsuya Kashiwa (KIT) EMCJ2019-42 MW2019-71 EST2019-50
In the current international guidelines/standards for human protection from radio waves, the whole-body averaged specifi... [more] EMCJ2019-42 MW2019-71 EST2019-50
EMD 2019-10-18
Ibaraki   A Method for Evaluating Degradation Phenomenon of Electrical Contacts using a Micro-Sliding Mechanism -- Minimal Sliding Amplitudes against Input Waveforms (3) --
Shin-ichi Wada (TMC), Koichiro Sawa (NIT) EMD2019-38
 [more] EMD2019-38
US 2019-04-15
Tokyo   Bubbling concentration -- Atomizationtomization-free ultrasonic separation --
Masanori Sato (HEC), Teruyuki Kozuka (AIT), Shin-ichi Hatanaka (UEC), Kyuichi Yasui (AIST) US2019-1
We introduce trial of bubbling concentration of ethanol which was carried out as atomization-free ultrasonic separation.... [more] US2019-1
MBE 2019-01-31
Saga Saga University Development of a System for Visual Image Reconstruction by Decoding Brain State Using a Compact EEG Recorder
Aina Arai, Ryota Horie (SIT) MBE2018-57
In this study, we proposed a method to reconstruct images from EEG signals measured from a subject who looked at the im... [more] MBE2018-57
US 2018-06-21
Kanagawa   Study on the wave convergence in bone for the effective fracture healing using ultrasound
Masaya Saeki, Leslie Bustamante, Mami Mastukawa (Doshisha Univ.), Yoshiki Nagatani (Kobe City college of thechnology) US2018-26
 [more] US2018-26
US 2017-11-17
Shizuoka Honda Electronics Co. Ltd. [Tutorial Invited Lecture] Ultrasonic Technology and its Applications
Kazuto Kobayashi (HEC) US2017-68
 [more] US2017-68
Aichi Nagoya Institute of Technology [Special Talk] Maritime Broadband Satellite Communications for Survey of marine resources
Naoko Yoshimura, Norihiko Katayama, Takashi Takahashi, Morio Toyoshima (NICT) SAT2017-15
 [more] SAT2017-15
EMD 2016-11-03
Hyogo Awaji Yumebutai International Conference Center Degradation Phenomenon of Electrical Contacts by using a Micro-Sliding Mechanism -- The comparison with input waveforms concerning of minimal sliding amplitudes under some conditions 2 --
Shin-ichi Wada, Keiji Koshida (TMC), Koichiro Sawa (NIT) EMD2016-52
Authors have studied degradation phenomenon on electrical contacts under the influences of an external micro-oscillation... [more] EMD2016-52
SS 2015-05-11
Kumamoto Kumamoto University Classification of Code Clones in Hardware Description Language
Kyohei Uemura, Kenji Fujiwara, Hajimu Iida (NAIST) SS2015-5
With the growth of the electric circuit size and complexity, Hardware Description Language (HDL) is widely used in hardw... [more] SS2015-5
EMD, R 2015-02-20
Shizuoka   A method for evaluating degradation phenomenon of electrical contacts using a micro-sliding mechanisms -- Minimal sliding amplitudes against input waveforms under some conditions --
Shin-ichi Wada, Keiji Koshida, Hiroaki Kubota (TMC), Koichiro Sawa (NIT) R2014-73 EMD2014-110
Authors have designed and developed a micro-sliding mechanism (MSM1) which causes electronic devices to oscillate direct... [more] R2014-73 EMD2014-110
MW 2013-11-22
Kagoshima Kagoshima Prefectural Culture Center The evaluation of the dielectric constant by the cavity perturbation method and the problem of the sample insertion hole
Taro Miura (The Mueller), Jun-ichi Sugiyama (AIST) MW2013-145
The resonance cavity perturbation method has been used widely to evaluate the dielectric characteristics of materials by... [more] MW2013-145
EST, MWP, OPE, MW, EMT, IEE-EMT [detail] 2013-07-18
Hokkaido Wakkanai Synthesis Cultural Center A numerical solution using Sakurai-Sugiura projection method to the transcendental equation of a multilayer waveguide dispersion relation
Shingo Sato (Muroran Inst. of Tech.), Takao Shimada (Tsuyama National College of Tech.), Koji Hasegawa (Muroran Inst. of Tech.) MW2013-53 OPE2013-22 EST2013-17 MWP2013-12
A transcendental equation occurs frequently to compute dispersion relations of an electromagnetic waveguide such as a pl... [more] MW2013-53 OPE2013-22 EST2013-17 MWP2013-12
CS 2013-07-05
Okinawa Fukugogata-Kokyo-Shisetsu (Yonaguni Island) A method for frame header reductionu using spread code
Takuya Shindo (Nippon Inst. of Tech.), Akira Kishida (NTT), Takefumi Hiraguri (Nippon Inst. of Tech.), Kentaro Nishimori (Niigata Unv.), Takayuki Kimura, Kenya Jin'no (Nippon Inst. of Tech.), Fumiki Uzawa (NHK) CS2013-23
 [more] CS2013-23
EMD, CPM, OME 2013-06-21
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Degradation Phenomenon of Electrical Contacts by using a Hammering Oscillating Mechanism or a Micro-Sliding Mechanism -- A fundamental study on the performance of the hammering oscillating mechanism (27) --
Shin-ichi Wada, Keiji Koshida, Naoki Masuda, Kunio Yanagi, Hiroaki Kubota (TMC), Koichiro Sawa (NIT) EMD2013-17 CPM2013-32 OME2013-40
Authors have studied the influence on electrical contacts by actual micro-oscillation using some oscillating mechanisms ... [more] EMD2013-17 CPM2013-32 OME2013-40
NLP 2013-03-14
Chiba Nishi-Chiba campus, Chiba Univ. Degradation Phenomenon of Electrical Contacts by using a Micro-Sliding Mechanism -- Modeling about Fluctuation of Contact Resistance (3) --
Shin-ichi Wada, Keiji Koshida, Hiroaki Kubota (TMC), Koichiro Sawa (Nippon Inst. of Thech.) NLP2012-152
Authors have developed some mechanisms which give real vibration to electrical contacts and studied the influences of a ... [more] NLP2012-152
ET 2012-09-29
Okayama   Analysis comparison of brain waves at the learning status by simple electroencephalography
Kouji Yoshida, Yuta Sakamoto (Shonan Univ Thech), Isao Miyaji (Okayama Univ. of Science), Kunihiro Yamada (Tokai Univ.) ET2012-35
We have been developing systems using remote learning and blended learning. However, no equipment has ever been able to ... [more] ET2012-35
EE, IEE-SPC 2012-07-31
Nara   A Study on Small-Sized Time-Sharing High-Frequency Resonant Soft-Switching Inverter for IH Cooking Appliances
Takayuki Hirokawa, Eiji Hiraki, Toshihiko Tanaka (Yamaguchi Univ), Masayuki Okamoto (UNCT) EE2012-13
We have been proposed the time-sharing high-frequency resonant soft-switching inverter for IH cooking appliances which i... [more] EE2012-13
NLP 2012-07-06
Kagoshima Kagoshima Sangyou Hall A Basic Study on Particle Swarm Optimization Based on Chaotic Spiking Oscillator Dynamics
Yoshikazu Yamanaka, Tadashi Tsubone (Nagaoka Univ. of Tech.) NLP2012-48
In this study, we propose the particle swarm optimization based on chaotic spiking oscillator dynamics(CSOPSO). Our met... [more] NLP2012-48
IA, ICSS 2011-06-16
Fukuoka Kyushu Institute of Technology A Practical Usage of Large-scale Darknet Monitoring for Disaster Recovery
Daisuke Inoue, Junji Nakazato (NICT), Jumpei Shimamura (clwit), Masashi Eto, Koji Nakao (NICT) IA2011-5 ICSS2011-5
 [more] IA2011-5 ICSS2011-5
EMD 2011-05-20
Miyagi Tohoku Univ. Cyber-Science Center Degrdation phenomenon of electrical contacts using hammering oscillating mechanism and micro-sliding mechanism -- Contact resistance --
Shin-ichi Wada, Saindaa Norovling, Keiji Koshida, Masahiro Kawanobe, Hiroaki Kubota (TMC), Koichiro Sawa (NIT) EMD2011-7
Authors have studied the influence on contact resistance by micro-oscillation to electrical contacts using hammering osc... [more] EMD2011-7
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