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RCC, WBS, SAT, MICT 2022-05-26
13:50
Online Online Communication Experiment over Antarctica using Iridium Satellite Short Burst Communication
Takana Kaho (Shonan Inst. of Tech.), Yoshitaka Saito (JAXA), Yoshihiro Tomikawa (NIPR) WBS2022-8 RCC2022-8 SAT2022-8 MICT2022-8
An experiment (LODEWAVE) was conducted from January to February 2022 to measure the atmospheric gravity wave over the An... [more] WBS2022-8 RCC2022-8 SAT2022-8 MICT2022-8
pp.34-39
MICT, WBS 2020-07-21
13:25
Online Online Performance Comparison of Meter Burst Communications between Equatorial and Antarctica Regions
Tadahiro Wada, Kaiji Mukumoto, Mizuki Sato (Shizuoka Univ.), I Wayan Mustika (Gadjah Mada Univ.), Linawati . (Udayana Univ.) WBS2020-3 MICT2020-2
When meteors enter into the Earth’s atmosphere, ionized gas columns, which are called meteor bursts, are generated by fr... [more] WBS2020-3 MICT2020-2
pp.7-12
SAT, WBS
(Joint)
2016-05-19
10:20
Aichi Nagoya Institute of Technology A novel data transfer protocol for INTELSAT satellite network -- Application of throughput control protocol --
Ken T. Murata (NICT), Masaki Okada (NIPR), Kazunori Yamamoto, Yoshiaki Nagaya, Praphan Pavarangkoon (NICT), Takamichi Mizuhara, Ayahiro Takaki (CLEALINK), Kazuya Muranaga (SEC), Eizen Kimura (Ehime Univ.) SAT2016-3
A communications satellite (INTELSAT) data receiving system with a 7.6m-diameter parabolic antenna was installed at Syow... [more] SAT2016-3
pp.13-17
AP, MW
(Joint)
2010-09-09
14:20
Tokyo Tokyo Inst. tech. Study on Low coupling of two closely spaced monopole antenna elements
Hiroshi Sato, Yoshio Koyanagi (Panasonic Mobile Communications) AP2010-69
Recent mobile terminal, the introduction of Diversity and MIMO technology using multiple antennas are
examined. Because... [more]
AP2010-69
pp.11-15
SANE 2010-01-28
15:25
Nagasaki Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum Continuous GPS observations on the Antarctic ice sheet
Naoki Arai, Minoru Ito (ENRI), Koichiro Doi, Yuichi Aoyama (NIPR) SANE2009-143
We conducted GPS observations in the vicinity of the Showa Station on the Antarctic ice sheet. Continuous GPS data for a... [more] SANE2009-143
pp.25-29
US 2009-08-28
14:15
Tokyo   Characteristics of pulse wave propagation in Luzow-Holm bay of Antarctic Ocean calculated by parabolic equation method. -- Influence of amplitude of pulse wave by source and bottom depth --
Takenobu Tsuchiya, Tetsuo Anada, Nobuyuki Endoh (Kanagawa Univ.) US2009-32
Recently, the climate research of Ocean using Autonomous Underwater Vogel (AUV) and Ocean Acoustic Tomography (OAT) are ... [more] US2009-32
pp.17-20
AI 2008-06-30
11:15
Tokyo Kwansei Gakuin University, Tokyo Marunouchi Campus Information acquisition support by the visualization of concrete and abstract relations between Web pages
Satoshi Sameshima, Wataru Sunayama (Hiroshima City Univ.) AI2008-4
Information quantity on the World Wide Web has been drastically increased in recent years.
When we find some informatio... [more]
AI2008-4
pp.21-26
SAT 2007-02-16
15:20
Shiga Ritsumeikan Univ. The Experiments of Wearable GPS Antenna in Syowa Station and Rundvagshetta, Antarctica
Mitsuhisa Ikeda (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.), Huan-Bang Li, Jang Jae-Hyeuk, Masato Tanaka (NICT) SAT2006-62
As an additional study subject with the 46th Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition (JARE), positioning experiments with... [more] SAT2006-62
pp.23-28
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