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EST 2020-05-21
Online   Effect of Installation Angle and Position of Switch Type Stirrer on Electromagnetic Field in Reverberation Chamber
Shun Kosugi, Shotaro Hamamoto, Ryosuke Suga (Aoyama Gakuin Univ.), Koji Takizawa (TDK), Osamu Hashimoto (Aoyama Gakuin Univ.) EST2020-1
Authors have proposed a new electromagnetic stirrer using metal plates and switches.
Its stirring effect was observed i... [more]
MW, EST, OPE, MWP, EMT, IEE-EMT, THz [detail] 2019-07-18
Hokkaido Hakodate City Central Library A Study on Stirring Electromagnetic Field in a Reverberation Chamber by Using Metal Plates with Switches
Shotaro Hamamoto, Ryosuke Suga (Aoyama Gakuin Univ.), Koji Takizawa (TDK), Osamu Hashimoto (Aoyama Gakuin Univ.) EMT2019-11 MW2019-24 OPE2019-15 EST2019-13 MWP2019-11
In this research, an electromagnetic field stirrer was proposed for realizing uniform field in a metal cavity. The stirr... [more] EMT2019-11 MW2019-24 OPE2019-15 EST2019-13 MWP2019-11
EMCJ 2014-04-18
Toyama Univ. Toyama Numerical simulations on reflection coefficients of pyramidal wave absorber by incident azimuth directions
Takahiro Aoyagi (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.), Hiroshi Kurihara, Koji Takizawa, Yoshihito Hirai (TDK) EMCJ2014-5
 [more] EMCJ2014-5
EMCJ 2012-09-07
Hokkaido Hkkaido Univ. A study on Thermal Characteristics of Pyramidal Electromagnetic Wave Absorber by means of Electromagnetic Wave Radiation
Masashi Torii, Toshifumi Saitoh, Motonari Yanagawa, Koji Takizawa, Hiroshi Kurihara (TDK) EMCJ2012-62
Pyramidal electromagnetic wave absorber using microwave anechoic chamber generates heat in itself by inner electromagnet... [more] EMCJ2012-62
EMCJ, IEE-EMC 2011-12-09
Aichi Nagoya Inst. of Tech. Simulatioins for site VSWR with consideration of diffracted wave of pyramidal electromagnetic wave absorber
Takahiro Aoyagi (Tokyo Tech), Hiroshi Kurihara, Koji Takizawa (TDK) EMCJ2011-99
 [more] EMCJ2011-99
EST 2011-10-07
Nagasaki Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum An Analytical Study on Affection of Reflective Object around an Antenna on Near-field/Far-field Region
Takuto Watanabe (Aoyama Gakuin Univ.), Koji Takizawa, Hiroshi Kurihara (TDK Corp.), Osamu Hashimoto (Aoyama Gakuin Univ.) EST2011-71
In this report, Near-field around a λ/2 dipole antenna, surrounded by a metal frame, was analytically examined, and Far-... [more] EST2011-71
EMCJ, MW, EST 2011-05-26
Tokyo NICT Estimating the effects of diffracted wave from pylamidal electromagnetic wave absorber on SVSWR by simulations
Takahiro Aoyagi (Tokyo Tech), Hiroshi Kurihara, Koji Takizawa (TDK) EMCJ2011-10 MW2011-7 EST2011-3
 [more] EMCJ2011-10 MW2011-7 EST2011-3
OPE, EMT, MW 2009-07-30
Hokkaido Asahikawa Civic Culture Hall Theoretical study for diffracted wave from pyramidal electromagnetic wave absorber
Takahiro Aoyagi (Tokyo Tech), Hiroshi Kurihara, Koji Takizawa (TDK) MW2009-54 OPE2009-54
 [more] MW2009-54 OPE2009-54
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