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EST 2016-05-20
11:15
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Acceleration Algorithm Utilizing GPGPU of an FDTD Solver for Coaxial Feeding Patch Antennas
Nagayoshi Morita (MWS Lab.) EST2016-2
FDTD (Finite Difference Time Domain) analysis of antennas often consumes enormous amount of time, particularly when high... [more] EST2016-2
pp.7-12
EST, MWP, OPE, MW, EMT, IEE-EMT [detail] 2013-07-18
16:00
Hokkaido Wakkanai Synthesis Cultural Center FDTD Analysis of Radiation from MMIC Passive Components Using GPGPU - No.2
Nagayoshi Morita (MWS Lab) MW2013-57 OPE2013-26 EST2013-21 MWP2013-16
The problem of accelerating an FDTD solver for radiation from MMIC passive components by using GPGPU(General-Purpose Com... [more] MW2013-57 OPE2013-26 EST2013-21 MWP2013-16
pp.65-69
MWP, OPE, MW, EMT, EST, IEE-EMT [detail] 2012-07-26
14:30
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. Investigation of Accelerating FDTD Microwave Solver by Using GPGPU(No.3)
Nagayoshi Morita (MWS Lab.) MW2012-33 OPE2012-26 EST2012-15 MWP2012-14
The author has been investigating the problems of accelerating, through the use of GPGPU, FDTD simulator solvers for ana... [more] MW2012-33 OPE2012-26 EST2012-15 MWP2012-14
pp.57-62
MW, EMCJ 2010-10-22
09:05
Akita Akita Univ. Investigation of accelerating FDTD microwave solver by using GPGPU
Nagayoshi Morita (Chiba Inst of Tech) EMCJ2010-61 MW2010-96
The author investigates the problems of accelerating FDTD MIC elements analysis simulator solver by using GPGPU. Presen... [more] EMCJ2010-61 MW2010-96
pp.55-60
MW 2006-12-22
11:10
Ehime   The FDTD/radiation-mode combined method for calculating radiation from MIC passive elements using pulse wave excitation
Takashi Kajiyama, Nagayoshi Morita (CIT)
A new method is presented for calculating radiation from MIC elements for many frequencies by only one FDTD calculation ... [more] MW2006-145
pp.7-12
AP 2006-12-14
09:20
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. VICS/GPS dual use dielectric antennas
Kentaro Yamada, Nagayoshi Morita (CIT) AP2006-97
The number of antennas installed in a car tends to increase with the recent progress of mobile communication systems. It... [more] AP2006-97
pp.7-10
AP 2006-01-26
15:40
Fukuoka Fukuoka Inst. of Tech. Current path line added diamond-shaped patch UWB antennas
Hakudo Hamada, Nagayoshi Morita (Chiba Institute of Tech)
Various types of wideband antennas for UWB systems have been proposed and investigated. This report presents also a wide... [more] AP2005-142
pp.53-56
AP 2005-12-15
14:25
Tokyo Tokyo Inst. of Tech. Calculation of radiation from ETC mobile antennas taking the effects of windshields into account
Keiichi Oda, Shigehiro Inou (Chiba inst. of Tech), Tamotsu Suda, Yasuhiro Kazama (JRC), Nagayoshi Morita (Chiba inst. of Tech)
ETC mobile antennas are usually placed on a dashboard in a car and wireless communication is performed through the winds... [more] AP2005-125
pp.53-58
MW, ED 2005-01-17
11:35
Tokyo   Suppression of radiation from microstrip stub by lossy chip
Yasuhiro Ohsumi, Nagayoshi Morita (Chiba Inst. of Tech.)
Radiation from stubs such as open and radial stubs of microstrip lines has occasionally undesirable influence on the cir... [more] ED2004-206 MW2004-213
pp.17-22
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