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EMCJ 2021-07-01
13:05
Online Online An Investigation on Effect of Anisotropy of FR-4 Substrates to Signal Transmission Using FDTD Analysis
Taiki Kitazawa (NAIST), Taiki Yamagiwa, Ren Kitahara (UEC), Jerdvisanop Chakarothai (NICT), Takashi Kasuga (NIT, Nagano College), Yuichi Hayashi (NAIST) EMCJ2021-17
Recently, FR-4 substrates are widely used in PCB. FR-4 substrates are composed of glass fiber and epoxy resin, and there... [more] EMCJ2021-17
pp.1-6
EMCJ 2021-07-01
13:30
Online Online Signal Transmission Analysis of Mianda Patterns using FDTD Method implemented Frequency Dispersion
Masakazu Akahane (NITNC), Taiki Kitazawa (NAIST), Taiki Yamagiwa, Ren Kitahara (UEC), Takashi Kasuga (NITNC) EMCJ2021-18
 [more] EMCJ2021-18
pp.7-12
MW, EST, EMCJ, PEM, IEE-EMC [detail] 2020-10-23
13:15
Online Online Basic Study on Signal Transmission Analysis of FR-4 Using FDTD Method Implemented Frequency Dispersion
Taiki Kitazawa (NIT,Nagano College), Taiki Yamagiwa, Ren Kitahara (UEC), Jerdvisanop Chakarothai (NICT), Takashi Kasuga (NIT,Nagano College) EMCJ2020-44 MW2020-58 EST2020-46
Since the permittivity of FR-4 substrate has a frequency dispersion property, transmission characteristics change signif... [more] EMCJ2020-44 MW2020-58 EST2020-46
pp.109-114
EMD 2020-03-06
15:10
Chiba CHIBA Institute of Technology Tsudanuma Campus
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
FDTD Analysis of Transmission Characteristic for the Various Differential Line Patterns
Masakazu Akahane, Ren Kitahara (NIT Nagano Collage), Taiki Yamagiwa (UEC), Kasuga Takashi (NIT Nagano Collage) EMD2019-66
In recent years, the clock frequency of signals has been used in the GHz band for high-speed processing of large volumes... [more] EMD2019-66
pp.37-41
EMD 2019-03-01
13:45
Tokyo   Study on FDTD Analysis Method of Differential Lines Including Dielectric Loss at GHz Band
Taiki Yamagiwa (NIT, Nagano College), Masahiro Tomioka (Akita Univ.), Ren Kitahara (NIT, Nagano College), Atsushi Nakamura (UTI), Yoshiki Kayano (UEC), Takashi Kasuga (NIT, Nagano College) EMD2018-66
In this research, analysis method incorporating dielectric loss of actual substrate into FDTD method is established in o... [more] EMD2018-66
pp.35-39
EMCJ, IEE-EMC 2018-05-25
14:00
Nagano   Study on Complex Permitting of Printed Circuit Board Material and Transmission Characteristics at GHz Band
Ren Kitahara, Taiki Yamagiwa (NIT,Nagano College), Masahiro Tomioka (Akita Univ.), Atsushi Nakamura (UTI), Hideki Takeuchi (Nagano Pref. General Industrial Tech Center), Takashi Kasuga (NIT,Nagano College) EMCJ2018-7
Due to the frequency dispersion of the dielectric constant of the printed circuit board in the GHz band, it is a factor ... [more] EMCJ2018-7
pp.7-12
EMCJ, EMD 2017-07-21
14:10
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Study on Transmission Loss and Dielectric Loss of FR-4 Substrate.
Masahiro Tomioka, Takuya Ito, Teppei Ikeda, Atsushi Nakamura (UTI), Hideki Takeuchi (NPGITC), Taiki Yamagiwa, Takashi Kasuga (NIT Nagano College) EMCJ2017-27 EMD2017-15
In recent years, the frequency of the signal on the parallel transmission line is a several GHz and more. On the GHz ban... [more] EMCJ2017-27 EMD2017-15
pp.13-18
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