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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
MI, IE, SIP, BioX, ITE-IST, ITE-ME [detail] 2020-05-29
13:10
Online 会議ツールは未定 [Invited Talk] A false acceptance rate estimation methodology based on statistical extrapolation
Mitsutoshi Himaga (JAISA)
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BioX, CNR 2020-03-04
15:10
Tokyo   [Invited Talk] A false acceptance rate estimation methodology based on statistical extrapolation
Mitsutoshi Himaga (JAISA) BioX2019-65 CNR2019-48
 [more] BioX2019-65 CNR2019-48
pp.19-24
BioX, ITE-ME, ITE-IST 2017-05-22
17:20
Ishikawa   BioX2017-5 JAISA performed follows through an action in research and development to realize the function that identify a refugee us... [more] BioX2017-5
pp.41-47
EMCJ, IEE-EMC 2010-09-03
10:30
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. FDTD Analysis of implantable medical device EMI due to near field generated around HF RFID reader/writers -- Magnetic near-field distribution dependence --
Atsushi Kikuya, Takashi Hikage, Toshio Nojima (Hokkaido Univ.), Ben Koike (JAISA), Hiroshi Fujimoto, Takeshi Toyoshima (Medtronic Japan Co.,Ltd) EMCJ2010-44
Electromagnetic interference (EMI) from Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) reader/writers on implantable medical devi... [more] EMCJ2010-44
pp.17-21
EMCJ 2008-06-20
08:50
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. FDTD analysis of medical device interference due to near field generated around HF RFID reader/writers -- Experimental validation based on EMI characteristics of actual devices --
Norihiro Toyama, Shunichi Futatsumori, Takashi Hikage, Toshio Nojima (Hokkaido Univ), Ben Koike (JAISA), Hiroshi Fujimoto, Takeshi Toyoshima (Medtronic Japan Co., Ltd.) EMCJ2008-7
Electromagnetic interference (EMI) from Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) reader/writers on implantable medical devi... [more] EMCJ2008-7
pp.1-6
EMCJ 2007-11-15
15:25
Tokyo Tokyo Instutute of Technology FDTD analysis of medical device interference due to near field generated around HF RFID reader/writers -- Construction of numerical model and estimation of induced voltage --
Norihiro Toyama, Shunichi Futatsumori, Takashi Hikage, Toshio Nojima (Hokkaido Univ.), Ben Koike (JAISA), Hiroshi Fujimoto, Takeshi Toyoshima (Medtronic Japan Co., Ltd.) EMCJ2007-84
Electromagnetic interference (EMI) from Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) reader/writers on implantable medical devi... [more] EMCJ2007-84
pp.23-28
EMCJ 2007-01-26
10:35
Kagoshima   Numerical analysis for estimation of implantable medical devices EMI caused by RFID reader/writers
Taichi Kono, Shunichi Futatsumori, Takashi Hikage, Toshio Nojima (Hokkaido Univ.), Ben Koike (JAISA), Hiroshi Fujimoto, Takeshi Toyoshima (Medtronic Japan Co., Ltd.) EMCJ2006-99
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) systems have been attracting wide interest as essential devices for creating an IT... [more] EMCJ2006-99
pp.11-16
EMCJ 2006-06-12
13:30
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. Experimental electromagnetic interference estimations for implantable medical devices from RFID reader/writer to develop a numerical analysis method
Shunichi Futatsumori, Masataka Endo, Shunsuke Taguchi, Takashi Hikage, Toshio Nojima (Hokkaido Univ), Ben Koike (JAISA), Hiroshi Fujimoto, Takeshi Toyoshima (Medtronic Japan Co., Ltd.) EMCJ2006-12
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) systems have been attracting wide interest as essential devices for creating an IT... [more] EMCJ2006-12
pp.15-18
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