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2019-01-23
10:25
Kyoto Doshisha Univ. Ultrasonic under water wireless communication -- alleviation of the inter symbol interference caused by response characteristic --
Minwen Liu, Ryo Toh (CIT) US2018-102
Ultrasound is employed for underwater wireless communication, owing to that electromagnetic waves attenuate seriously in... [more] US2018-102
pp.111-115
US 2018-05-21
17:10
Tokyo   Effect of multi-reflection on THz wave imaging using correlating synthesis method
Kazuma Sato, Ryo Toh, Koji Suizu (CIT) US2018-19
 [more] US2018-19
pp.47-50
US 2017-11-17
14:35
Shizuoka Honda Electronics Co. Ltd. Three-dimensional underground imaging -- Study on surface wave reduction method using LM algorithm --
Yudai Kikuyama, Ryo Toh (Chiba Inst. Tech.) US2017-71
When image the underground objects, the reflected waves from underground objects are interfered with Rayleigh wave, and ... [more] US2017-71
pp.37-39
US 2016-05-23
13:30
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. A fundamental study on terahertz wave imaging using amplitude correlating synthesis method
Ryo Toh, Koji Suizu (Chiba Inst. Tech.) US2016-12
C-scan method is usually employed for pulse echo terahertz wave imaging detection, while the lateral resolution and the ... [more] US2016-12
pp.1-5
EA 2010-10-22
16:10
Ishikawa Kanazawa-city Omi-cho Koryu Plaza Relationships between Daily Activities and Individual Acceptable Noise Levels
Ryo Tohyama, Kenji Furihata (Shinshu Univ.) EA2010-83
In our previous paper, an experimental noise annoyance meter, which can evaluate individual acceptable noise levels base... [more] EA2010-83
pp.151-156
US 2010-05-20
15:50
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. A Stady of Band Expansion of Receiving Signal by Using Non Linear Frequency Modulated Signal
Dai Chimura, Ryo Toh, Seiichi Motooka (CIT) US2010-12
An approach of band expansion of receiving signal for measurement by ultrasonic is discussed. To acquire a receiving sig... [more] US2010-12
pp.27-30
EA 2009-10-22
10:45
Niigata   A Noise Annoyance Meter for Prediction of Acceptable Noise Levels and Its Usefulness
Ryo Tohyama, Kenji Furihata (Shinshu Univ.) EA2009-59
The environmental quality standards for noise (including road side areas) in Japan, it is insufficient because noise ann... [more] EA2009-59
pp.19-24
EA 2008-10-23
10:15
Toyama   Construction of a Logistic Prediction Model for Individual Acceptable Noise Levels
Ryo Tohyama, Kenji Furihata (Shinshu Univ.) EA2008-65
Noise annoyance is a good measure of comfort in daily activities. Comfortable condition cannot be created without to kno... [more] EA2008-65
pp.1-6
EA 2008-10-23
10:45
Toyama   Verification of Estimating Individual Acceptable Levels Using a Logistic Prediction Model in Laboratory Experiments
Ryo Tohyama (Shinshu Univ.), Kenji Furihata (Shinshu Univ) EA2008-66
Noise annoyance is a good measure of comfort in daily activities. A logistic prediction model was constructed in previou... [more] EA2008-66
pp.7-12
US 2008-06-20
13:00
Chiba Chiba Univ. Three Dimensional Underground Imaging -- Lateral Detecting Ability owing to Directivity of Sound Source --
Ryo Toh, Yosuke Mezaki, Tsutomu Watanabe, Seiichi Motooka (Chiba Inst. Tech.) US2008-16
A three-dimensional method for imaging objects buried underground is studied. An electromagnetic-induction sound source ... [more] US2008-16
pp.1-6
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