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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
MW, AP
(Joint)
2021-09-10
13:40
Online Online Evaluation of Human Identification Using MIMO Radar with Vertical Array
Teppei Hayashi, Naoki Honma, Nobuyuki Shiraki, Kentaro Murata (Iwate Univ.), Takeshi Nakayama, Shoichi Iizuka (Panasonic) AP2021-64
This report proposes human identification technique that is robust to the subject position deviation using MIMO (Multipl... [more] AP2021-64
pp.41-46
MW, AP
(Joint)
2021-09-10
14:05
Online Online Evaluation of Moving Target Localization Accuracy Considering Linear Prediction of Channel Response and Target's Velocity
Nobuyuki Shiraki, Naoki Honma, Kentaro Murata (Iwate Univ.), Takeshi Nakayama, Shoichi Iizuka (Panasonic) AP2021-65
In this paper, the localization accuracy of the moving target is evaluated by the method considering linear prediction o... [more] AP2021-65
pp.47-52
AP 2021-08-20
10:50
Online Online Evaluation of Multi-Target Localization Accuracy Using Cooperative MIMO Radar
Nobuyuki Shiraki, Naoki Honma, Kentaro Murata (Iwate Univ.), Takeshi Nakayama, Shoichi Iizuka (Panasonic) AP2021-50
In this paper, the multi-target localization accuracy is evaluated by using cooperative multistatic Multiple-Input Multi... [more] AP2021-50
pp.13-18
WPT, AP
(Joint)
2021-01-22
14:25
Online Online [Invited Lecture] Target Enumeration Based on Spectral Processing in MIMO Radar
Kazuki Numazaki, Naoki Honma, Nobuyuki Shiraki, Kentaro Murata (Iwate Univ.), Takeshi Nakayama, Shoichi Iizuka (Panasonic) AP2020-114
This report proposes and experimentally assesses two methods that estimate the number of targets using a Capon spectrum ... [more] AP2020-114
pp.61-66
AP 2019-10-18
14:25
Osaka Osaka Univ. Estimating Number of Targets Using MUSIC Spectrum of Bistatic MIMO Radar
Kazuki Numazaki, Naoki Honma, Nobuyuki Shiraki (Iwate Univ.), Takeshi Nakayama, Shoichi Iizuka (Panasonic) AP2019-105
Previously proposed human-body sensor using microwave requires the number of the targets as a prior information. This re... [more] AP2019-105
pp.137-142
MW, AP
(Joint)
2019-09-20
10:45
Kanagawa JAXA (Sagamihara) Localizing Multiple Human-Bodies Using Unsynchronized Bistatic MIMO Radar
Abudusaimi Abuduaini, Nobuyuki Shiraki, Naoki Honma (Iwate Univ.), Takeshi Nakayama, Shoichi Iizuka (Panasonic Corporation.) AP2019-76
In this paper, we propose and experimentally evaluate a frequency offset elimination technique suitable for the unsynchr... [more] AP2019-76
pp.37-42
CQ
(2nd)
2019-09-05
10:40
Tokyo Inter-University Seminar House [Poster Presentation] Optimal communication routes selection scheme in drone networks
yuya noha, takefumi hirai, Isamu shitara (NIT), Nobuyuki shiraki (iwate.univ)
In related work, a relay transmission schemes using drone stations in the sky has been proposed. This
proposed method r... [more]

CQ 2019-08-27
10:55
Hokkaido Hakodate arena [Invited Lecture] Theoretical Analysis for comunication routes in UAV Formation Flight
Yuya Noha, Takefumi Hiraguri, Isamu Sitara (NIT), Nobuyuki Shiraki (Iwate Univ.) CQ2019-61
In related work, a relay transmission schemes using drone stations in the sky has been proposed. This proposed method r... [more] CQ2019-61
pp.25-28
AP, MW
(Joint)
2018-09-20
13:30
Tokyo Tokyo Tech Performance Evaluation of Human Orientation Estimation Method Using Array Antenna
Nobuyuki Shiraki, Zhixiong Chen, Dai Sasakawa, Naoki Honma (Iwate Univ.), Takeshi Nakayama, Shoidhi Iizuka (Panasonic) AP2018-82
Recently,the number of eldery people liveing alone is increasing.
The demand for efficient and effective monitoring sys... [more]
AP2018-82
pp.7-12
AP 2018-08-23
14:10
Saitama Nippon Inst. of Tech. Study on Decoupling for three closely placed monopole antenna elements
Hiroshi Sato, Kenshi Horihata (Panasonic), Nobuyuki Shiraki, Naoki Honma (Iwate University), Masaharu Takahashi (Chiba University), Yoshio Koyanagi (Panasonic) AP2018-73
In recent years, in wireless information terminals, MIMO technology using multiple antennas is used to stably communicat... [more] AP2018-73
pp.35-40
AP, SANE, SAT
(Joint)
2018-07-19
14:00
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. Accuracy Evaluation of Target Localization Using Cooperative Multistatic MIMO Radar
Nobuyuki Shiraki, Dai Sasakawa, Naoki Honma (Iwate Univ.), Takeshi Nakayama, Shoichi Iizuka (Panasonic) AP2018-54
In this paper, we evaluate the indoor target localization accuracy using cooperative Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIM... [more] AP2018-54
pp.73-78
CQ
(2nd)
2017-08-27
10:50
Saitama Nippon Institute of Technology [Poster Presentation] Accuracy Evaluation of Indoor Localization Using Multiple Receiving Stations
Nobuyuki Shiraki, Dai Sasakawa, Naoki honma (Iwate University), Takeshi Nakayama, Shoichi Iizuka (Panasonic)
Indoor target localization method using Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO) radar technology has been proposed, but th... [more]
PRMU, IE 2008-03-10
09:30
Ishikawa   Extraction of Object Regions Using Shape Map and Local Features
Koji Imaeda (Nagoya Univ.), Miyako Baba, Nobuyuki Shiraki, Akihiro Watanabe (Toyota Central R&D Labs.), Yasushi Hirano, Shoji Kajita, Kenji Mase (Nagoya Univ.) IE2007-265 PRMU2007-249
In this paper, a novel method for extraction of a precise object region from a given rough initial region is proposed. T... [more] IE2007-265 PRMU2007-249
pp.23-28
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