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ITS, IE, ITE-AIT, ITE-HI, ITE-ME [detail] 2011-02-22
Hokkaido Hokkaido University A Study on Earth Image Data Interpolation Systems of a Pico-satellite Negai
Soichiro Uratsuji, Hiroki Imamura, Seiji Kuroki (Soka Univ.)
Kuroki laboratory at Soka University developed a pico-satellite called “Negai” which was launched into the space on May ... [more]
SANE 2007-11-30
Kanagawa ISAS,JAXA (Sagamihara) Antenna Arraying System of Deep Space Ground Stations for JAXA Missions
Sachiko Katsumoto (Soka Univ.), Hirobumi Saito, Tomoaki Toda, Yoshiharu Asaki, Hiroshi Takeuchi (JAXA), Seiji Kuroki (Soka Univ.), Shuzo Kato (MI-Tech) SANE2007-92
A part of X-band is allocated for use in deep space communication, However, it is congestive yet and will be more diffic... [more] SANE2007-92
SANE 2006-08-25
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kankan Bldg. Development and In-Orbit Demonstration of Miniature Space GPS Receiver based on- Car-Navigation
Hirobumi Saito, Takahide Mizuno (JAXA), Kousuke Kawahara (Denki Univ), Yuichi Tsuda, Kenji Shinkai, Takanao Saiki, Yousuke Fukushima (JAXA), Yusuke Hamada (Mi-Tech), Hiroyuki Sasaki, Sachiko Katsumoto, Seiji Kuroki (Soka Univ), Yasuhiro Kajikawa (Denki Univ) SANE2006-95
Miniature space GPS receivers have been developed by means of automobile-navigation technology. The weight and power con... [more] SANE2006-95
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