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WPT 2020-12-08
13:30
Online Online Study of energy harvesting applying the multi sector Yagi-Uda array antenna
Tamami Maruyama, Tai Kimura, Shunta Kasai, Masashi Nakatsugawa (NIT, Hakodate College) WPT2020-27
This paper proposes novel multi-sector Yagi-Uda rectenna to achieve wide area wireless power transmission. The proposed ... [more] WPT2020-27
pp.7-10
MW, AP
(Joint)
2020-09-25
09:00
Online Online A Study on Decoupling Method for Two PIFAs Using Parasitic Elements and Consideration by Characteristic Mode Analysis
Quang Quan Phung, Naobumi Michishita (NDA), Hiroshi Sato, Yoshio Koyanagi (Panasonic), Hisashi Morishita (NDA) AP2020-59
Recently, Massive MIMO (Multiple-Input Multiple-Output) has been developed as an elemental technology for next-generatio... [more] AP2020-59
pp.116-120
AP, RCS
(Joint)
2019-11-21
15:40
Saga Saga Univ. [Invited Lecture] Experimental Evaluation of Employing Two-Parasitic Element Stacked Antenna for Low Power-Density Environment
Kenta Yasuda, Eisuke Nishiyama, Ichihiko Toyoda (Saga Univ.) AP2019-127 RCS2019-224
In this paper, A stacked high-gain rectenna that has a highly flexible rectenna design is proposed. This proposed recten... [more] AP2019-127 RCS2019-224
pp.113-117(AP), pp.121-125(RCS)
CQ 2019-05-30
10:55
Hiroshima Hiroshima City University A study on monopole feed multi-directional transmission system using parasitic elements
Tsutomu Mitsui, Takefumi Hiraguri (NIT), Kentaro Nishimori (Niigata Univ.) CQ2019-11
In this paper, we verified the basic effect of parasitic elements that enhances coupling by computer simulation then eva... [more] CQ2019-11
pp.7-12
EE, IEE-SPC
(Joint)
2019-03-07
15:40
Okinawa   Current-Resonant Full-Wave Push-Pull Converter -- Parasitic Oscillation Analysis of Secondary Diode Current --
Yuki Hashinokuchi, Masataka Oku, Tetsuro Tanaka (Kagoshima Univ.) EE2018-61
The current resonant full-wave push-pull converter can be derived from the current-fed push-pull converter by only addin... [more] EE2018-61
pp.19-24
AP 2019-02-22
12:35
Osaka Sumitomo Electric Industries (Osaka Works) Decoupling of Dipole Array on Patch Type Meta-Surface with C-Type Parasitic Element
Yuki Kawakami (NIT, Fukui College), Ryuji Kuse (Kumamoto Univ.), Toshikazu Hori (Univ. of Fukui), Yuko Rikuta, Hiroki Hagiwara (Nihon Dengyo Kosaku Co., LTD.) AP2018-179
A low-profile antenna can be designed by using a meta-surface as a reflector. Besides, putting a parasitic element betwe... [more] AP2018-179
pp.55-58
RCS, AP
(Joint)
2018-11-21
12:40
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center [Invited Talk] MM-Wave Array Antenna for 5G Wearable Applications
Youngtaek Hong, Jaehoon Choi (Hanyang Univ.) AP2018-120 RCS2018-197
A mm-wave array antenna for 5G wearable applications is proposed. The antenna is composed of a patch antenna array with ... [more] AP2018-120 RCS2018-197
pp.107-111(AP), pp.115-119(RCS)
EMCJ, WPT
(Joint)
2018-06-14
15:05
Nagasaki   Rectenna Application of a High Gain Antenna Using Two Parasitic Elements
Kenta Yasuda, Eisuke Nishiyama, Ichihiko Toyoda (Saga University) WPT2018-10
In this study, high performances differential rectenna using stacked stricture with two parasitic elements is proposed a... [more] WPT2018-10
pp.1-6
AP
(2nd)
2018-05-30
09:30
Overseas The University of Da nang, University of Science and Technology Dual-band reflector backed dipole antenna loading choke equipped meander-loop parasitic elements
Mamoru Yamaguchi, Keizo Cho (Chiba Inst. of Tech.), Tatsuhiko Yoshihara, Taisuke Ihara (NTT DOCOMO)
We have reported a base station antenna configuration that can expand the operating bandwidth of a reflector backed dipo... [more]
MW 2017-11-10
13:05
Okinawa Miyakojima Marin Terminal Bldg. Analysis of Influence of RF Switch Parasitic Elements on Reconfigurable BPF Performance
Akutsu Naoto, Kada Yuki, Yamao Yasushi (UEC) MW2017-136
High-speed and large-capacity mobile communication services are expected in 5th generation mobile communication. For eff... [more] MW2017-136
pp.133-138
RCS, AP
(Joint)
2016-11-24
10:20
Kyoto Kyoto International Community House Structure of Antenna Using Parasitic Element Achieving Wideband Self-Interference Cancellation
Shintaro Kutsuwami, Yuichi Miyaji, Hideyuki Uehara (Toyohashi Univ. City Tech.) AP2016-107
In single channel wireless full-duplex communication, self-interference (SI) is caused because radio waves from a trans... [more] AP2016-107
pp.1-5
EMCJ, WPT, PEM
(Joint)
2016-11-24
16:15
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Experimental Investigation of Near Field Wireless Power Transfer System by Using Reconfigurable Antenna
Shun Maruyama, Qiang Chen (Tohoku Univ.), Qiaowei Yuan (Sendai College) WPT2016-41
In order to realize the high power transmission efficiency of near field wireless power transfer (WPT) system, the imped... [more] WPT2016-41
pp.25-29
EMCJ 2016-09-16
11:05
Hyogo University of Hyogo A current distribution measurement with magnetic near field intensity for designing wiring pattern in a SiC power module
Eisuke Masuda, Takaaki Ibuchi, Tsuyoshi Funaki (Osaka Univ.), Hirotaka Otake, Tatsuya Miyazaki, Yasuo Kanetake, Takashi Nakamura (ROHM) EMCJ2016-50
Fast switching operation of wide-bandgap power semiconductor devices is expected to reduce the switching losses in a pow... [more] EMCJ2016-50
pp.1-6
EMCJ 2016-05-13
14:50
Hokkaido Hokkaido University A study on influence of interconnect inductance of a SiC power module on transient characteristic
Eisuke Masuda, Takaaki Ibuchi, Tsuyoshi Funaki (Osaka Univ.), Hirotaka Otake, Tatsuya Miyazaki, Yasuo Kanetake, Takashi Nakamura (ROHM) EMCJ2016-15
Fast switching operation using wide-bandgap power semiconductor devices is expected to reduce the switching loss in a co... [more] EMCJ2016-15
pp.35-40
AP
(2nd)
2016-02-29
15:25
Overseas Telecommunications University, Nha Trang, Vietnam Prototype evaluation of Reflector Backed Dipole antenna with Folded Loop-shaped Parasitic Elements
Takayoshi Sasaki, Keizo Cho (Chiba Inst. of Tech.), Tatsuhiko Yoshihara, Taisuke Ihara (NTT DOCOMO)
It has been reported that loading the Loop-shaped Parasitic Element can expand the operating frequency band of the Refle... [more]
EE 2016-01-29
11:10
Fukuoka KURUME HOTEL ESPRIT Suppression of Unnecessary Ringing Caused by Coss of Switching Element and its Effect on Loss Reduction in High Frequency ZCS Converter
Takahiro Ota, Jun Imaoka, Masahito Shoyama (Kyushu Univ), Hiroyuki Onishi, Shingo Nagaoka, Sadaharu Morishita (OMRON) EE2015-21
In this paper, a suppressing design technique of the unnecessary parasitic ringing caused by resonance phenomena between... [more] EE2015-21
pp.73-78
WPT
(2nd)
2015-12-11
16:40
Overseas TamKang University, Tamsui Campus Efficiency Improvement of Near Field Wireless Power Transfer System by Parasitic Element Array
Shun Maruyama, Qiang Chen (Tohoku Univ.), Qiaowei Yuan (Sendai College)
In order to realize the high power transmission efficiency of near field wireless power transfer (WPT) system , the impe... [more]
AP, RCS, WPT, SAT
(Joint)
2015-11-05
15:00
Okinawa Okinawa Prefectural Museum & Art Museum Effect by Folded Loop Elements for Reflector Backed Dipole Antenna Using Loop Parasitic Elements
Takayoshi Sasaki, Keizo Cho (Chiba Inst. of Tech.), Taisuke Ihara, Tatsuhiko Yoshihara (NTT DOCOMO) AP2015-140
It has been reported that loading the Loop-shaped Parasitic Element can expand the operating frequency band of the Refle... [more] AP2015-140
pp.173-178
AP 2015-06-11
14:25
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Study of Parasitic Elements of Planar Antenna for Single Channel Full-Duplex Wireless Communication
Kei Iwamoto (The Univ. of Tokyo), Mikko Heino, Katsuyuki Haneda (Aalto Univ.), Hiroyuki Morikawa (The Univ. of Tokyo) AP2015-35
Single channel full-duplex wireless communication, which increases the efficiency of the bandwidth utilization, can be a... [more] AP2015-35
pp.19-24
AP 2015-05-22
14:50
Nara Naraken Shakai Fukushi Sougou Center (Kashihara City) 3-element Super-directive Array antenna by Using Decoupling Network
Akira Noguchi, Hiroyuki Arai (YNU) AP2015-31
This paper proposes a design method of 3-element super-directive array antenna using a decoupling network. Super-directi... [more] AP2015-31
pp.69-72
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