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ICTSSL 2021-05-28
Online Online Performance evaluation of MANET protocol AODV-SOS for Disaster Relief Communication Considering Terminal Battery Life
Ryu Yamada, Koichi Gyoda (Shibaura Inst. of Tech.)
CAS, ICTSSL 2021-01-28
Online Online Evaluation of routing protocol for DANET with Considering cooperative control between Drones
Norihisa Watanabe, Koichi Gyoda (SIT) CAS2020-50 ICTSSL2020-35
Unmanned aerial vehicles, such as drones, are used for a variety of purposes. At present, in most of case, drones and op... [more] CAS2020-50 ICTSSL2020-35
CAS, ICTSSL 2021-01-28
Online Online A Study on Control Traffic Reduction Method Depending on the Number of neighbor nodes in Wireless Ad Hoc Network
Hiroshi Watanuki, Koichi Gyoda (SIT) CAS2020-51 ICTSSL2020-36
AODV is a typical routing protocol for wireless ad hoc network. When AODV starts to construct a route, rebroadcast of th... [more] CAS2020-51 ICTSSL2020-36
ICTSSL 2020-05-28
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
Study on Congestion Rate Estimation in the Trains Using Wireless Ad Hoc Networks
Yoshihiro Inadama, Koichi Gyoda (SIT) ICTSSL2020-4
 [more] ICTSSL2020-4
MoNA 2018-12-25
Tokyo   Research on Disaster Information Communication system using Message Ferry
Ryoma Sato, Koichi Gyoda (SIT) MoNA2018-38
When large-scale disasters occur, disaster prevention radio is prepareed as a method of communicating disaster informati... [more] MoNA2018-38
MoNA 2018-12-25
Tokyo   Study on MANET protocol DSR-SOS for disaster rescue communication
Koya Kasama, Koichi Gyoda (Shibaura Inst. of Tech.) MoNA2018-40
When a large scale disaster is occurred, the existing communication infrastructure may be destroyed due to physical dama... [more] MoNA2018-40
MoNA 2018-12-25
Tokyo   Evaluation method of wireless ad-hoc network protocol for inter-vehicle communication using actual environment-based model
Kiichi Ishijima, Koichi Gyoda (SIT) MoNA2018-41
There are AODV, FORP, iFORP, etc. as routing control protocols of wireless ad hoc networks which are supposed to be used... [more] MoNA2018-41
Miyagi Tohoku Gakuin University Simulation of communication systems based on single-photon detection over Gamma-Gamma fading channels
Yusuke Kobayashi (SIT), Hiroo Kunimori, Hiroyuki Endo, Mikio Fujiwara, Mitsuo Kitamura, Toshiyuki Ito, Masahide Sasaki (NICT), Ryosuke Shimizu (UEC), Takao Aoki (Waseda Univ.), Koichi Gyoda (SIT), Morio Toyoshima (NICT) SAT2016-38
(To be available after the conference date) [more] SAT2016-38
Miyagi Tohoku Gakuin University Characterization of SSPD receiver at optical communication ground station using test equipment and reception of down link photon from a satellite
Hiroo Kunimori, Shigehito Miki, Taro Yamashita, Hirotaka Terai, Hiroyuki Endo, Mikio Fujiwara, Masahide Sasaki (NICT), Takao Aoki (Waseda Univ.), Yusuke Kobayashi, Koichi Gyoda (SIT), Jun-ich Nakazono (EOS), Morio Toyoshima (NICT) SAT2016-39
A SSPD developed in house NICT is applied as one of the promising detector for the deep space optical communication. The... [more] SAT2016-39
Miyagi Tohoku Gakuin University [Invited Lecture] A study on application of Reed-Solomon-Spinal concatenation code for free-space optics
Naoya Saiki, Eiji Okamoto (NITech), Hideki Takenaka, Hiroo Kunimori, Kolev Dimitar, Hiroyuki Endo, Yusuke Kobayashi, Morio Tyoshima, Mikio Hujiwara, Masahide Sasaki (NICT), Takao Aoki (Waseda Univ.), Koichi Gyoda (SIT) SAT2016-40 RCS2016-133
Recently, satellite laser communication is attracting attention as an important infrastructure to achieve increasing dem... [more] SAT2016-40 RCS2016-133
pp.43-48(SAT), pp.25-30(RCS)
SAT 2015-10-07
Osaka Osaka University Nakanoshima Center A Proposal of Beaconless Ground to Satellite Laser Communication System by Using GPS Information
Keiichi Yano (SIT), Yoshihisa Takayama (Tokai Univ.), Hiroo Kunimori (NICT), Koichi Gyoda (SIT) SAT2015-33
In a space laser communication between a ground station and a satellite, a beacon laser had been used in acquisition of ... [more] SAT2015-33
CQ 2012-07-13
Ehime Ehime Univ. Performance Evaluation of the Wireless Ad Hoc Network Protocol Considering the Weight of the Link for Inter-Vehicle Communication
Kiyohiro Miyata, Koichi Gyoda (SIT) CQ2012-31
 [more] CQ2012-31
CQ 2012-07-13
Ehime Ehime Univ. Studies on the Miniaturization of a Directivity Controllable Antenna for Three-Dimensional Space Search Robot
Takaharu Kikuchi, Koichi Gyoda (SIT) CQ2012-32
On March 2011,the huge earthquake and subsequential tsunami led the radiation leakage accident in the Fukushima daiichi ... [more] CQ2012-32
CQ 2011-07-15
Hokkaido Otaru civic hall Basic analysis of a directivity controllable antenna for 3D space search robot communications
Koichi Gyoda (Shibaura Inst. of Tech.), Yasushi Hada (Kogakuin Univ.) CQ2011-28
 [more] CQ2011-28
CQ 2010-07-08
Hokkaido Soya Fureai Park Performance Analysis of the Network Models for the Search Robot Rescue System in the Closed Space
Kentaro Fueki, Koichi Gyoda (Shibaura Inst. of Tech.) CQ2010-17
We have been researching the communication performances of the search robots that are used in the closed space when a di... [more] CQ2010-17
CQ 2010-07-08
Hokkaido Soya Fureai Park Analysis of Ad hoc Network Performance on City Area Emergency Communication Models
Keigo Shimoda, Koichi Gyoda (Shibaura Inst. of Tech.) CQ2010-19
When a large-scale disaster such as earthquakes occurs, the public switched telephone network and the cellular phone net... [more] CQ2010-19
Tokyo Univ. of Electro-Commun. Estimation on the performance of the Emergency Multi-System Access considering the area concentrated base stations in which their functions are stopped in micro cellular networks
Shinya Semba, Kazunori Okada (NICT/The Univ. of Electro-Communicatios), Koichi Gyoda, Hoang Nam Nguyen (NICT) RCS2007-109
When a large scale disaster occurs, people want to check on their families and friends. So, the traffic demand on mobile... [more] RCS2007-109
CQ 2007-07-12
Hokkaido Shiretoko Prince Hotel Kazenamiki Performance Evaluation of Ad hoc Network on Emergency communication models
Koichi Gyoda, Nam Hoang Nguyen, Kazunori Okada, Osamu Takizawa (NICT) CQ2007-19
We had previously arranged information and communication required at the time of disaster from the viewpoint of elapsed ... [more] CQ2007-19
Fukuoka Asia-pacific Import Mart Analysis of Emergency communication models using Ad hoc Network -- In case of terminals' routes are restricted --
Koichi Gyoda, Nam Hoang Nguyen, Kazunori Okada, Osamu Takizawa (NICT) CQ2006-83
We had previously arranged information and communication required at the time of disaster from the viewpoint of elapsed ... [more] CQ2006-83
CQ 2006-07-14
Hokkaido Future University-Hakodate Basic Study on Emergency communication models using Ad hoc Network
Koichi Gyoda, Nam Hoang Nguyen, Kazunori Okada, Osamu Takizawa (NICT) CQ2006-34
The so-called emergency communications at the time of catastrophic disaster etc. is considered as one of the uses of an ... [more] CQ2006-34
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