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RCS 2020-10-22
Online Online [Encouragement Talk] Read Rate Improvement by Beam Scanning and Repeated Transmission with Moving Conductor -- Experiment for 920MHz Band RFID --
Yasushi Yamao, Sora Funayama (UEC)
(To be available after the conference date) [more]
AP 2020-03-27
Fukui Fukui College Experimental Examination of The 920MHz Band RFID Detection Range
Shun Kato, Takumi Meguro, Qiang Chen, Kunio Sawaya (Tohoku Univ.), Tsuyoto Negishi, Yoshiaki Hirano (Teijin) AP2019-209
This paper describes an experimental study on a method for limiting the RFID detection range in the 920 MHz band. The ef... [more] AP2019-209
MW 2020-03-06
Kochi Kochi City Culture-Plaza CUL=PORT Proposal of 5GHz Simplified Beam Forming Wireless IoT Communication using Wi-Fi Backscatter
Noriharu Suematsu, Koki Edamatsu, Taiki Machii, Mizuki Motoyoshi, Suguru Kameda (Tohoku Univ.) MW2019-161
In order to realize smart factory which is appeared in the concepts of Society5.0 and Industry 4.0, wireless Internet of... [more] MW2019-161
Tokyo Fukutake Learning Theater, Hongo Campus, Univ. Tokyo [Poster Presentation] Object Localization and Recognition Using RFID in Smart Environment
Motoki Ougida, Hirozumi Yamaguchi, Teruo Higashino (Osaka Univ.)
(To be available after the conference date) [more]
Saga Saga Univ. Read Accuracy Improvement by Beam Scan and Repeated Read with Moving Conductor -- Example of application in stationary RFID using 920MHz band --
Sora Funayama, Yasushi Yamao (UEC) RCS2019-214
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is expected as a promising solution that bring about revolution in the supply chai... [more] RCS2019-214
EMT, IEE-EMT 2019-11-08
Saga Hotel Syunkeiya Effect of parasitic coil on communication performance of 13.56MHz band RFID table type reader
Kiyotaka Fujisaki, Yuki Yoshigai (FIT) EMT2019-66
RFID is an automatic recognition method using wireless communication
techniques and is one of the important technologie... [more]
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. [Poster Presentation] Study on a Data Write Technique for Chipless RFID
Yoshiaki Narusue, Akimu Hirai, Hiroyuki Morikawa (The Univ. of Tokyo)
This paper presents a data write technique for chipless RFID. In recent years, the chipless RFID that does not use semic... [more]
Miyagi Tohoku Univ. A Study of Two-dimensional leaky Wave Waveguide-fed Patch Antenna Array
Takumi Meguro, Qiang Chen, Kunio Sawaya (Tohoku Univ.), Tsuyoto Negishi, Yoshiaki Hirano (TEIJIN) AP2019-32 SAT2019-14
Four-element patch antenna array fed by two-dimensional leaky wave waveguide is proposed. The radiating element can be p... [more] AP2019-32 SAT2019-14
pp.59-62(AP), pp.35-38(SAT)
- 2019-06-28
Overseas RUS, Bangkok, Thailand Antenna Design for NFC Technology of First-Aided Information
Neeranet Sawigun, Plairung Siripanthong, Pittayarat Yamyuean, Arnon Sakonkanapong, Chuwong Phongcharoenpanich (KMITL)
Currently, Thai social is stepping into an aging society. Each elderly person has different congenital diseases, resulti... [more]
Tokyo Tokyo Denki University, Tokyo Senju Campus [Poster Presentation] Activity Recognition and Fall Detection System for the Elderly Using RFID Tags with Sensing Capability
Koichi Toda, Norihiko Shinomiya (Soka Univ.) ASN2018-57 SRW2018-22
Japan has the higher proportion of the elderly than any other country in the world. Even though the aged population is i... [more] ASN2018-57 SRW2018-22
pp.31-34(ASN), pp.7-10(SRW)
- 2018-06-29
Overseas KMITL, Bangkok, Thailand [Poster Presentation] Quad-Band Patch Antenna for RFID/GPS/WLAN Applications
Akkawatch Thouchamongkol, Ratchatawat Rukpanichsiri, Santipab Sorkan, Arnon Sakonkanapong, Chuwong Phongcharoenpanich (KMITL)
This research aims to design, fabricate and experiment a quad-band antenna for Internet of Things (IoT) applications. Th... [more]
- 2018-06-29
Overseas KMITL, Bangkok, Thailand Frequency Response of Impedance Matching Improvement for Single Layer Dual Mode Antenna for UHF RFID Tag
Denchai Warasawate, Fareeda Hookhiao (Kasetsart University.)
Single layer dual mode antennas for UHF RFID tags have been proposed by researchers. These UHF RFID tags can operate on ... [more]
Nagano   Conception of communication support system using physical IoT board
Riku Fujishima, Masayuki Iwai (Tokyo Denki Univ)
Communication between parents and children is short due to the spread of smartphones. In this research, we developed a s... [more]
ASN 2018-01-31
Oita Yufugo-kan (Oita) [Poster Presentation] Sensing zone synthesis in multi subcarrier multiple access
Yuusuke Kawakita, Tatsuki Fujiwara (UEC), Jin Mitsugi (Keio Univ.), Haruhisa Ichikawa (UEC) ASN2017-107
Multi-subcarrier multiple access is a multiple access scheme that realizes synchronous stream communication that does no... [more] ASN2017-107
- 2017-06-30
Hokkaido Hokkaido University [Poster Presentation] Elimination of low sensitivity area of a planar waveguide sheet by using slits and switching diversity
Yusuke Ozawa, Kuanhua Chen, Qiang Chen, Kunio Sawaya (Tohoku Univ.), Machiko Oouchida, Masatomo Tokieda (Teijin)
Recently, an RFID smart-shelf system has received a great attention. This system is capable of tracking and identifying ... [more]
MW 2017-06-23
Aichi A-101, Wing-A, Toyohashi University of Technology In-Body/Out-Body Millimeter-Wave Antenna with Vertical Lecher Line
Naoyuki Takeda, Takuto Saito, Mizuki Motoyoshi, Suguru Kameda, Noriharu Suematsu (Tohoku Univ.) MW2017-28
Recently, application of wireless communication technology to the medical field has advanced. We are aiming to realize m... [more] MW2017-28
LOIS 2017-03-03
Okinawa N.Ohama Memorial Hall Implementation of automatic collection system for agricultural records using RFID
Genki Imamura, Mark Sayan, Yukikazu Murakami (Kagawa, NII), Mizuki Ando (NAIST) LOIS2016-89
In our research group had proposed a system for obtaining the environmental information without being aware of data obta... [more] LOIS2016-89
Oita   RF-based small laboratory animals tracking system -- Positional relationship and strength of coupling between two coils --
Yuki Kanemasa, Dairoku Muramatsu, Takahiko Yamamoto, Natsuko Kubota, Shinya Yanagita, Kohji Koshiji (Tokyo Univ. of Science) MICT2016-75
Visual observation or motion picture analysis are conventional methods to observe laboratory rat behavior. An unmanned m... [more] MICT2016-75
ASN 2016-11-18
Aichi Nagoya University [Poster Presentation] Experimental Study on Availability of Active RFID for Diminutive Fish Monitoring in Creeks
Takahiro Fujiwara, Shota Sakuma, Hitoshi Gotoh (HNCT), Hokuto Shirakawa (Hokudai), Yuichi Tsuda (NRIFSF), Kazushi Miyashita (Hokudai) ASN2016-60
Telemetry and bio-logging systems are generally employing radio wave or sound transmitters and receivers to monitor ambu... [more] ASN2016-60
EMCJ, IEE-EMC, MW, EST [detail] 2016-10-20
Miyagi Tohoku Univ. A Study of Operational Frequencies of the Millimeter-Wave Antenna for In-Body/Out-Body Communication
Takuto Saito, Mizuki Motoyoshi, Suguru Kameda, Noriharu Suematsu (Tohoku Univ.) EMCJ2016-72 MW2016-104 EST2016-68
Microwaves or below frequencies has been mostly used for the in-body communication considering the propagat... [more] EMCJ2016-72 MW2016-104 EST2016-68
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