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SANE 2022-08-18
17:20
Hokkaido  
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Trajectory Detection Method using Blind-RL for GEO Space Debris Detection
Takayuki Inaba (Inaba Radar Technology Laboratory/UEC), Takumi Taniguchi (UEC)
 [more]
SANE 2021-06-25
15:30
Online Online Trajectory Segment Integration Method for GEO Space Debris Detection
Takayuki Inaba, Takumi Taniguchi (UEC) SANE2021-13
In this paper, a Trajectory Segment Integration Method for detecting space debris around GEO by optical observation is p... [more] SANE2021-13
pp.23-28
SANE 2020-01-30
13:25
Nagasaki Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum A Study on the Interference between Stepped Multiple Frequency Radars using Asynchronous Sparse Frequency Division Multiplexing
Manabu Akita, Takayuki Inaba, Takumi Taniguchi (UEC) SANE2019-84
 [more] SANE2019-84
pp.1-6
SANE 2020-01-30
13:50
Nagasaki Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum A Study on Radar Parameter associated with Range Side-lobe of Ultra-Wide Band Stepped Multiple Frequency Radar
Takumi Taniguchi, Manabu Akita, Takayuki Inaba (UEC) SANE2019-85
 [more] SANE2019-85
pp.7-10
SANE 2020-01-30
14:50
Nagasaki Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum Data Fusion of Radar Position and Multiple Arrival Time Measurements
Yoshio Kosuge, Tadashi Koga, Hiromi Miyazaki, Xiaodong Lu (ENRI), Takayuki Inaba (UEC) SANE2019-87
 [more] SANE2019-87
pp.15-20
SANE 2019-11-28
14:25
Osaka OIT UMEDA Campus A Study on Number of Targets Estimation in Iterative Signal Subtraction and Frequency Estimation Method
Daichi Miyazaki, Takayuki Inaba (UEC) SANE2019-71
 [more] SANE2019-71
pp.5-10
SANE 2019-11-28
14:50
Osaka OIT UMEDA Campus A Study on Sparse Frequency Division Adaptive Radar with Interference Bandwidth in 79GHz band
Takumi Taniguchi, Manabu Akita, Takayuki Inaba (UEC) SANE2019-72
 [more] SANE2019-72
pp.11-16
AP 2019-05-17
13:50
Hyogo Kanpo-no-yado Arima (Arima Onsen, Hyogo) Sparse Element Array Optimization Using Artificial Bee Colony Method in Stepped Multiple Frequency Radar MIMO Doppler Imaging
Takumi Taniguchi, Takayuki Inaba (UEC) AP2019-12
Authors have proposed MIMO Doppler imaging method for forward imaging by Stepped Multiple Frequency Radar assuming the a... [more] AP2019-12
pp.65-70
WBS, SAT
(Joint)
2019-05-16
09:00
Aichi MEIJO University (Tempaku campus) Sparse Frequency Diversity Design using ABC in Multiple Frequency Stepped Pulse Radar
Takayuki Inaba, Takumi Taniguchi, Manabu Akita (UEC) WBS2019-6
Authors have proposed stepped multiple frequency radar modulation. It could achieve both a high range resolution and a l... [more] WBS2019-6
pp.29-34
WBS, SAT
(Joint)
2019-05-16
09:25
Aichi MEIJO University (Tempaku campus) Foreign Object Debris Detection based on Stepped Multiple Frequency CPC
Takayuki Inaba, Manabu Akita, Takashi shiba (UEC) WBS2019-7
Foreign Object Debris (FOD) on the airport runway are possible to be serious risk for aircrafts. Detection system by usi... [more] WBS2019-7
pp.35-40
WBS, SAT
(Joint)
2019-05-16
09:50
Aichi MEIJO University (Tempaku campus) Angle Estimation Method in Stepped Multiple Frequency Radar with Preprocessing of Iterative Signal Subtraction and Frequency Estimation Method
Manabu Akita, Takayuki Inaba (UEC) WBS2019-8
It is required for automotive radar to obtain not only the target range and velocity but also angle information on the m... [more] WBS2019-8
pp.41-45
SANE, SAT
(Joint)
2019-02-14
10:00
Kagoshima Tanegashima Island Sparse Frequency-Step Design using Compressive Sensing in Stepped Multiple Frequency Pulse Radar
Takayuki Inaba, Manabu Akita (UEC) SANE2018-113
In this article, a sparse frequency-step design method using Compressive Sensing (CS) in multiple stepped pulse radar fo... [more] SANE2018-113
pp.19-24
SANE, SAT
(Joint)
2019-02-14
10:25
Kagoshima Tanegashima Island Detectable Velocity and Range Ambiguity Mitigation for Ultra-Wideband Stepped Multiple Frequency Radar
Takayuki Inaba, Kazuhiro Watanabe, Manabu Akita (EUC) SANE2018-114
Authors have proposed Stepped Multiple Frequency Modulation which can achieve both a high range resolution and a long-ra... [more] SANE2018-114
pp.25-30
SANE, SAT
(Joint)
2019-02-14
11:15
Kagoshima Tanegashima Island A Fundamental Study on Stepped Multiple Frequency Complementary Phase Code SIMO-Doppler Imaging for Forward Looking
Takumi Taniguchi, Takayuki Inaba, Kazuhiro Watanabe, Manabu Akita (UEC) SANE2018-116
Authors are conducting research about Doppler Imaging which performs imaging of target position from target range and ve... [more] SANE2018-116
pp.37-42
SANE 2019-01-25
10:10
Nagasaki Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum TOA Method Using Additional Doppler Measurements in a Multipath Environment
Yoshio Kosuge, Tadashi Koga, Hiromi Miyazaki, Xiaodong Lu (ENRI), Takayuki Inaba (UEC) SANE2018-100
We reported that we can estimate target location, target velocity and range bias errors using range with bias error due ... [more] SANE2018-100
pp.59-64
SANE 2018-10-12
10:20
Tokyo The University of Electro-Communications Tracking Method of Intersection Target by High Accuracy Range Sum and Doppler Sum -- Case Study by Simulation --
Hiroyuki Sasaki, Manabu Akita, Yoshio Kosuge, Takayuki Inaba (UEC) SANE2018-46
We discuss a target tracking method using the estimate of the three- dimensional target position and velocity obtained f... [more] SANE2018-46
pp.13-18
SANE 2018-10-12
11:20
Tokyo The University of Electro-Communications Evaluation of Characteristics of Recursive Signal Subtraction Frequency Estimation Method and Consideration of Application to Stepped Multiple Frequency CPC
Kazuki Yamaguchi, Kazuhiro Watanabe, Manabu Akita, Takayuki Inaba (UEC) SANE2018-48
Authors have proposed a multi-frequency step CPC(complementary phase code) method that can obtain high range resolution ... [more] SANE2018-48
pp.23-28
SANE 2018-10-12
11:45
Tokyo The University of Electro-Communications Evaluation of Range Estimation Accuracy by Wideband Coherent Processing for Sparse Frequency Bands
Kazuhiro Watanabe, Manabu Akita, Takayuki Inaba (EUC) SANE2018-49
Ultra-wideband is becoming available in short range radar, and further higher resolution is expected by utilizing ultra-... [more] SANE2018-49
pp.29-34
SANE 2018-10-12
12:10
Tokyo The University of Electro-Communications Evaluation on Range-Ambiguity Mitigation Using Compressive Sensing for Ultra-Wide-Band Stepped Multiple Frequency Complementary Phase Code Modulation Radar
Ryosuke Yamada, Manabu Akita, Takayuki Inaba (UEC) SANE2018-50
The authors have developed stepped multiple frequency CPC, which is a proprietary modulation/demodulation method that ca... [more] SANE2018-50
pp.35-40
SAT, SANE
(Joint)
2018-02-23
11:15
Yamaguchi The Yamaguchi Chamber of Commerce and Industry Compensation of Time Difference and Range Walk in Stepped Multiple Frequency CPC Array Radar
Manabu Akita, Kazuhiro Watanabe, Takayuki Inaba (UEC) SANE2017-114
In this paper, we consider a method to compensate the delay of range bin due to the time difference of arrivals in anten... [more] SANE2017-114
pp.31-36
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