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MW 2022-03-03
11:05
Online Online Theoretical analysis of rectification efficiency for the 28GHz band rectifier
Naoya Kakutani, Koichi Kikkawa, Naoki Sakai, Kenji Itoh (KIT) MW2021-116
In this report, fundamental limitation on rectification efficiency of the bridge rectifier is described. First, under th... [more] MW2021-116
pp.30-35
MW 2022-03-03
11:25
Online Online A 5.8-GHz band 5-W rectenna with a heat-dissipation antenna
Fumiya Komatsu, Koichi Kikkawa, Akihiko Mugitani, Naoki Sakai, Kenji Itoh (KIT) MW2021-117
In this paper, a 5.8 GHz band 5 W rectenna with a heat-dissipation antenna is described. The rectenna consists of a shor... [more] MW2021-117
pp.36-41
MW 2022-03-03
11:45
Online Online Rectifier diode model for low power rectennas
Takumi Itoh, Tsubasa Yonemura, Naoki Sakai, Kenji Itoh (KIT) MW2021-118
In this report, a rectifier diode model is discussed for low power rectennas. Rectennas with small loop antennas have te... [more] MW2021-118
pp.42-47
MW 2021-12-16
14:15
Kanagawa Kawasaki City Industrial Promotion Hall
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
30 GHz band double voltage rectifier MMIC with the 0.1 μm E-pHEMT gated anode diode
Naoya Kakutani, Fumiya Komatsu, Yuya Hirose, Naoki Sakai, Kenji Itoh (KIT) MW2021-90
In this paper, the 30 GHz band double voltage rectifier MMIC with the 0.1 μm E-pHEMT is demonstrated for the millimeter ... [more] MW2021-90
pp.31-36
MW 2021-11-19
14:20
Kagoshima Kagoshima University
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
5.8 GHz band high power rectenna with a monopole antenna on an artificial magnetic conductor
Naoki Furutani, Keisuke Miyashita, Shigeru Makino, Fumiya Komatsu, Naoki Sakai, Kenji Itoh (KIT) MW2021-82
In this report, 5.8 GHz band high-power rectenna with the monopole antenna on the artificial magnetic conductor (AMC) su... [more] MW2021-82
pp.86-91
MW, AP
(Joint)
2021-09-10
15:40
Online Online A 920MHz band rectenna with impedance transformed small loop antenna
Yuki Muramoto, Naoki Sakai, Kenji Itoh (KIT) MW2021-37
Small loop antennas have technical features of miniaturized size and less degradation with closing ground metals or huma... [more] MW2021-37
pp.24-29
MW 2020-12-10
16:25
Kanagawa
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
The 2.4 GHz band SOI-CMOS rectifier IC with the cross coupled CMOS pair
Atsuya Hirono, Kenji Itoh, Naoki Sakai, Shunya Tsuchimoto (KIT) MW2020-78
This report describes 2.4GHz band SOI-CMOS rectifier IC with the cross coupled CMOS pair. At first of all, topologies of... [more] MW2020-78
pp.42-47
MW 2020-12-10
16:50
Kanagawa
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
High impedance folded dipole antenna on the one-dimensional AMC substrate and its utilization to highly sensitive rectenna
Nobuhiko Yasumaru, Kenji Itoh, Toshiki tamura, Naoki Sakai, Shigeru Makino (KIT) MW2020-79
In this report, the highly sensitive 920 MHz band rectenna with the folded dipole antenna on the one-dimensional AMC(Art... [more] MW2020-79
pp.48-53
WPT, EE
(Joint)
2020-10-07
13:40
Online Online Electrical Characteristics of Gated-Anode Diode for Rectenna Using Normally-Off GaN HEMT
Hidemasa Takahashi, Yuji Ando (Nagoya Univ.), Yoichi Tsuchiya, Akio Wakejima (NITECH), Hiroaki Hayashi, Eiji Yagyu (Mitsubishi Electric), Koichi Kikkawa, Naoki Sakai, Kenji Itoh (Kanazawa Institute of Tech), Jun Suda (Nagoya Univ.) WPT2020-19
As a device for wireless power transmission, we are developing a new rectenna that uses a gated anode diode (GAD) that s... [more] WPT2020-19
pp.1-5
MW, AP
(Joint)
2020-09-24
15:00
Online Online 5.8 GHz band high power rectifier MMIC with passive E-pHEMTs
Fumiya Komatsu, Naoki Sakai, Kenji Itoh (KIT) MW2020-35
This paper describes a 5.8 GHz band high power rectifier MMIC with passive E-pHEMTs. The E-pHEMT that has normally-OFF c... [more] MW2020-35
pp.1-6
MW, AP
(Joint)
2020-09-24
15:25
Online Online 5.8 GHz band high efficiency 1W rectenna with a short stub connected dipole antenna
Naoki Sakai, Keisuke Noguchi, Kenji Itoh (KIT) MW2020-36
 [more] MW2020-36
pp.7-12
MW, WPT 2020-04-23
13:15
Online Online 2.4 GHz band 10 W high efficient bridge rectifier
Koichi Kikkawa, Naoki Sakai, Kenji Itoh (KIT) WPT2020-3 MW2020-3
In wireless power transfer systems, improvements on efficiency and power level of rectifiers are required for wider util... [more] WPT2020-3 MW2020-3
pp.13-18
MW, WPT 2020-04-23
13:50
Online Online High efficient 2.4 GHz band rectenna with harmonic reaction FDA
Akihiko Mugitani, Atsuya Hirono, Naoki Sakai, Kenji Itoh (KIT) WPT2020-4 MW2020-4
This paper describes the high efficient 2.4 GHz band rectenna with the high impedance folded dipole antenna integrated w... [more] WPT2020-4 MW2020-4
pp.19-24
AP, WPT
(Joint)
2020-01-23
12:45
Kagawa Sunport Hall Takamatsu Experimental investigations on in-room power reception of 920 MHz band rectennas
Nobuhiko Yasumaru, Shinichiro Tsujita, Toshiki Tamura, Naoki Sakai, Kenji Itoh, Shigeru Makino (KIT) WPT2019-50
 [more] WPT2019-50
pp.7-12
MW 2019-12-19
11:20
Gifu Gifu Unif. Satellite Campus 1MHz band rectenna with the SOI-CMOS rectifier IC in nW-class operation
Nobuhiko Yasumaru, Naoki Sakai, Keisuke Noguchi, Kenji Itoh (Knazawa Inst.Tech.) MW2019-120
.In this report, 1MHz band rectenna with the SOI-CMOS rectifier IC in nW-class operation is reported for ambient energy ... [more] MW2019-120
pp.11-16
MW 2019-12-19
11:45
Gifu Gifu Unif. Satellite Campus High Sensitivity 920 MHz Band Rectenna with the folded dipole antenna on the artificial magnetic conductor
Kenji Itoh, Nobuhiko Yashumaru, Toshiki Tamura, Naoki Sakai, Shigeru Makino (KIT) MW2019-121
 [more] MW2019-121
pp.17-22
WPT 2019-12-11
16:20
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Suppression of Leakage Electromagnetic Field for Automatic Guided Vehicles Using Capacitive Coupling Wireless Power Transfer -- Suppression of Leakage from Tx Electrode --
Junya Shintani, Shinji Abe, Naoki Sakai, Takashi Ohira (Toyohashi Univ. Tech.) WPT2019-46
Capacitive coupling WPT is keenly expected to work for automatic guided vehicles (AGV) in motion. However, a serious pr... [more] WPT2019-46
pp.11-16
WPT 2019-12-11
16:45
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Loss Factor Analysis of Electrified Roadway for Capacitive Wireless Power Transfer in Motion
Yuto Mochizuki, Shinji Abe, Minoru Mizutani, Naoki Sakai, Takashi Ohira (TUT) WPT2019-47
 [more] WPT2019-47
pp.17-22
WPT
(2nd)
2019-10-31
- 2019-11-02
Overseas Xidian University Simulated limitations on rectification efficiency of 5.8 GHz band bridge rectifiers
Naoki Sakai, Fumiya Komatsu, Kenji Itoh (KIT)
This paper presents limitations on rectification efficiency of 5.8 GHz band bridge rectifiers. In simulations, lossless ... [more]
WPT, EE
(Joint)
2019-10-10
15:00
Shiga Ryukoku Extension Center, Ryukoku University Simulated limitations on rectification efficiency in bridge rectifiers
Naoki Sakai, Fumiya Komatsu, Kenji Itoh (KIT) WPT2019-42
This paper presents the limitations of rectification efficiency of bridge rectifier for the diode performance (Breakdown... [more] WPT2019-42
pp.83-87
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