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WBS
(2nd)
2019-12-17
- 2019-12-18
Aichi Hotel Kinsenkaku Design and Implementation of Selective Visible Light Communication for Multiple Video Cameras using a Single LED Illumination
Arata Hirano, Shota Shimada, Hiroki Watanabe (Hokkaido Univ.), Hiromichi Hashizume (NII), Masanori Sugimoto (Hokkaido Univ.)
In this paper, we propose a selective visible light communication technique using a single light source and multiple vid... [more]
NS, ASN, RCC, RCS, SR
(Joint)
2017-07-20
13:35
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. OFDM Visible Light Communication using off-the-shelf video camera
Shota Shimada (Hokkaido Univ.), Takayuki Akiyama (SOKENDAI), Hiromichi Hashizume (NII), Masanori Sugimoto (Hokkaido Univ.) RCC2017-35 NS2017-56 RCS2017-127 SR2017-50 ASN2017-44
Visible Light Communication (VLC) is one of the communication technologies which can control commu- nication areas becau... [more] RCC2017-35 NS2017-56 RCS2017-127 SR2017-50 ASN2017-44
pp.121-126(RCC), pp.135-140(NS), pp.175-180(RCS), pp.133-138(SR), pp.153-158(ASN)
NS, ASN, RCC, RCS, SR
(Joint)
2017-07-20
14:00
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. High-Speed Visible Light Communication using Off -the-shelf Video Camera by Space Division Multiplexing
Shogo Amaya, Shota Shimada (Hokkaido Univ), Takayuki Akiyama (The Graduate Univ for Advanced Studies), Hiromichi Hashizume (NII), Masanori Sugimoto (Hokkaido Univ) RCC2017-36 NS2017-57 RCS2017-128 SR2017-51 ASN2017-45
A visible light communication (VLC) technique using off-the-shelf video cameras such as built-in smart-phone camera is p... [more] RCC2017-36 NS2017-57 RCS2017-128 SR2017-51 ASN2017-45
pp.127-132(RCC), pp.141-146(NS), pp.181-186(RCS), pp.139-144(SR), pp.159-164(ASN)
CAS, CS, SIP 2012-03-08
16:25
Niigata The University of Niigata Design and Implementation of an Optical Ranging Method using Phase Accordance Method
Shigeki Nakamura, Yuki Inoue, Masanori Sugimoto (Tokyo Univ.), Hiromichi Hashizume (NII) CAS2011-120 SIP2011-140 CS2011-112
We propose an optical ranging method using the phase accordance method. The proposed ranging technology has several adva... [more] CAS2011-120 SIP2011-140 CS2011-112
pp.77-82
US 2012-02-23
15:00
Tokyo GE Healthcare Japan A Consideration of Deconvolution Filter upon Ultrasonic Imaging by Linear Sensor Array Signals
Kyohei Mizutani, Masanori Sugimoto (Univ. of Tokyo), Hiromichi Hashizume (NII) US2011-111
We investigated deconvolution filters for acoustic imaging with 1 dimensional sensor array. In this paper four kinds f... [more] US2011-111
pp.39-44
US 2012-02-23
15:25
Tokyo GE Healthcare Japan Improvement of Synthetic Transmit Aperture 3D Acoustic Imaging Using Compensation of Transmitter's Radiation Pattern
Natsuda Laokulrat, Masanori Sugimoto (Univ. of Tokyo), Hiromichi Hashizume (NII) US2011-112
We propose a new method to improve the conventional 3D acoustic imaging by applying compensation of a transmitter’s radi... [more] US2011-112
pp.45-49
US 2012-02-23
15:50
Tokyo GE Healthcare Japan An Accurate 3D Localization Technique using a Monocular Camera and Ultrasound
Noriyoshi Kanie, Shigeki Nakamura, Masanori Sugimoto (Tokyo Univ.), Hiromichi Hashizume (NII) US2011-113
(To be available after the conference date) [more] US2011-113
pp.51-56
US 2012-02-23
16:15
Tokyo GE Healthcare Japan Proposal of Ultrasonic Chopper Radar
Hiromichi Hashizume (NII), Masanori Sugimoto (Univ. of Tokyo) US2011-114
Pulse compression is a popular technology to enlarge the sensing range of radar systems. To airborne ultrasonic radar s... [more] US2011-114
pp.57-61
US 2011-02-21
13:50
Ibaraki   A Rapid and High-quality Acoustic Imaging System for Object Tracking
Natsuda Laokulrat (Univ. of Tokyo), Yasushige Maeda (Graduate Univ. for Advanced Studies), Masanori Sugimoto (Univ. of Tokyo), Hiromichi Hashizume (NII) US2010-119
In this report, we propose a rapid and high-quality in-air acoustic imaging system. The system includes a 1-dimensional ... [more] US2010-119
pp.39-43
US 2011-02-21
14:25
Ibaraki   Implementation of a Realtime Ultrasonic Imaging System Using a Planar MEMS Sensor Array and a Fast Beamformer Algorithm
Yasushige Maeda (SOKENDAI), Masanori Sugimoto (U. Tokyo), Hiromichi Hashizume (NII) US2010-120
We developed an ultrasonic imaging system, which consists of a sensor array board with 128 ultrasonic MEMS microphones m... [more] US2010-120
pp.45-49
US 2011-02-21
14:50
Ibaraki   Acoustic Image Reconstruction from Adaptive Microphone Array Signals using Back Projection
Kyohei Mizutani, Masanori Sugimoto (Univ. of Tokyo), Hiromichi Hashizume (NII) US2010-121
We propose a new approach for acoustic imaging which employs back projection algorithm to process the signals from a sta... [more] US2010-121
pp.51-56
US 2011-02-21
15:15
Ibaraki   A Synthetic Transmit Aperture Imaging with PN-Modulated Complementary Codes
Keita Furui, Masanori Sugimoto (Univ. of Tokyo.), Hiromichi Hashizume (NII) US2010-122
This paper describes a synthetic transmit aperture (STA) imaging technique using M-sequence-modulated complementary code... [more] US2010-122
pp.57-61
US 2010-06-24
11:15
Tokyo   Fundamental Consideration on Ultrasonic Imaging Using Multi-carrier Signals
Yasushige Maeda (Graduate Univ. for Advanced Studies), Masanori Sugimoto (Univ. of Tokyo.), Hiromichi Hashizume (NII) US2010-19
Employing a transmitter and a number of receivers, we are able to estimate the angle and the distance to an arbitrary lo... [more] US2010-19
pp.31-36
EA, US
(Joint)
2010-01-26
10:00
Osaka   A Real-time and Accurate Technique for Estimating Position and Velocity of Moving Node
Tomohiko Sato, Shigeki Nakamura, Masanori Sugimoto (Univ. of Tokyo.), Hiromichi Hashizume (NII) US2009-101
Phase Accordance Method proposed by the authors shows a high level of accuracy in localizing static objects.
However, ... [more]
US2009-101
pp.75-80
EA, US
(Joint)
2010-01-26
10:25
Osaka   A 3D-Position and Velocity Measurement of a Moving Node using Extended Phase Accordance Method
Shigeki Nakamura, Tomohiko Sato, Masanori Sugimoto (Univ. of Tokyo.), Hiromichi Hashizume (NII) US2009-102
We propose a system that can identify the 3D-position and the velocity of a moving node simultaneousely using an ultraso... [more] US2009-102
pp.81-86
US 2009-06-26
15:45
Chiba   Optimization of Waveforms for Acoustic Imaging with Multiple Transmitters
Toshio Ito, Masanori Sugimoto (Univ. of Tokyo.), Hiromichi Hashizume (NII) US2009-19
In this paper, we propose a pair of waveforms that improves the quality of images obtained by the combination of the pul... [more] US2009-19
pp.31-36
EMD 2009-03-06
13:35
Tokyo Kougakuin Univ. Transmission Function Analysis on Model Rolling Mill Motor Drive System Feedback Control by Super Position of White Noise to Speed Reference Signal the second report -- Considering Student Experiment Application --
Masanori Sugimoto, Tomohiro Yamaguchi, Toshifumi Tamaoki, Makoto Takanezawa, Noboru Morita (Nippon Inst. of Tech.) EMD2008-136
The rolling motor occasionally produces a kind of torsion vibration of the self-excitation vibration. This is so that th... [more] EMD2008-136
pp.9-12
USN, IPSJ-UBI 2008-07-18
14:05
Tokyo Tokyo Denki University (Tokyo) Ultrasonic-based 3D Tracking System using a Single Beacon
Kan Tulathimutte, Masanori Sugimoto (Univ. of Tokyo), Hiromichi Hashizume (NII)
In this study, we present an ultrasonic-based three dimensional tracking system which can track the position of the obje... [more] USN2008-31
pp.117-122
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