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EMD 2021-03-08
Online Online Fundamental Study on Effect of Surface Roughness of Contact Boundary and Torque Value on High-Frequency Characteristics of Connectors
Hiroyuki Ueda, Shugo Kaji, Daisuke Fujimoto, Youngwoo Kim, Yuichi Hayashi (NAIST) EMD2020-37
Wear occurs on the contact surface due to sliding and vibration of the connector. This increases the contact resistance,... [more] EMD2020-37
EMD 2020-12-04
Online Online Fundamental Evaluation of Impedance Variations in the Connector Caused by High-Frequency Noise Propagation
Hiroyuki Ueda, Shugo Kaji, Youngwoo Kim, Daisuke Fujimoto (NAIST), Taiki Kitazawa, Takashi Kasuga (NIT,Nagano College)), Yuichi Hayashi (NAIST) EMD2020-24
As the operating frequency of information devices increases, the noise generated by the device is also becoming broadban... [more] EMD2020-24
OFT, ITE-BCT, OCS, IEE-CMN [detail] 2020-11-13
Online Online Commercialization of real-time distributed acoustic fiber optic sensing (DAS) utilizing chirped pulse
Kinzo Kishida, Artur Guzik, Li Ttken, Nishiguchi Kenichi, Daiji Azuma (Neubrex), Qingwen Liu, Zuyuan He (SJTU) OFT2020-44
Distributed Acoustic Sensing (DAS) in optical fibers detects dynamic strain or sound waves by measuring the phase change... [more] OFT2020-44
EMCJ 2020-05-15
Online Online Preliminary Examination of Impedance Discontinuity Detection on Wire Network by Sequence Time Domain Reflectometry
Daiki Kameyama, Yoshitaka Toyota, Kengo iokibe (Okayama Univ.) EMCJ2020-7
In this paper, we examine the impedance discontinuity detection on wire network by applying sequence time domain reflect... [more] EMCJ2020-7
OFT 2019-01-17
Kagoshima Tanegashima space center, Nishinoomote Civic Hall A Technique for Measuring Modal Crosstalk at Splice Position Using 1-um-band Mode-Detection Optical Time Domain Reflectometry
Atsushi Nakamura, Keiji Okamoto, Tomokazu Oda (NTT) OFT2018-62
We have proposed an optical time domain reflectometry (OTDR) that offers high-sensitivity detection of optical loss incr... [more] OFT2018-62
EMCJ, IEE-EMC 2016-12-16
Aichi Nagoya Institute of Technology An ideal step response estimation method using the input of slow rising waveform and application to lossy transmission line parameter deriving
Yuto Matsushita, Toshikazu Sekine, Yasuhiro Takahashi (Gifu Univ.) EMCJ2016-106
The method for estimating the ideal step response from the slow rising wave response is proposed. An advantage of this m... [more] EMCJ2016-106
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Hokkaido Chitose-alcadia plaza Mode field diameter of LP11 mode for estimating coupling efficiencies at a splice and its measurement technique
Atsushi Nakamura, Keiji Okamoto, Yusuke Koshikiya, Tetsuya Manabe (NTT) OFT2016-12
In mode division multiplexing transmission using few-mode fibers (FMFs), the losses and mode crosstalk that occur at spl... [more] OFT2016-12
Tokyo NICT Evaluation of Resistance and Inductance at Loose Connector Contact
Kazuya Uehara, Yu-ichi Hayashi, Takaaki Mizuki, Hideaki Sone (Tohoku Univ.)
Contact surface of a loose connector has both contact resistance and small inductance, and inductance depends on distrib... [more]
OPE, OFT 2012-03-02
Tokyo   Characterization of Polymer Optical Fiber Using Brillouin Scattering Signal
Yosuke Mizuno (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.), Philipp Lenke, Katerina Krebber (BAM), Kentaro Nakamura (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.) OFT2011-75 OPE2011-201
We characterize the Brillouin gain spectra (BGS) in perfluorinated graded-index polymer optical fibers (PFGI-POFs) at 1.... [more] OFT2011-75 OPE2011-201
OFT 2011-10-20
Nagano   Measurement of Long-haul Optical Amplifier Submarine Cable System by Coherent OTDR Employing Frequency Division Multiplexing
Hiroyuki Iida, Yusuke Koshikiya, Fumihiko Ito, Kuniaki Tanaka (NTT) OFT2011-38
We have proposed a high sensitivity coherent optical time domain reflectometry employing frequency division multiplexing... [more] OFT2011-38
EMD 2010-11-12
Overseas Xi'an Jiaotong University Calculation of Characteristic Parameters and Research of Fault Diagnosis for Aircraft Wires Existed Insulation Defects
Zhang Junmin, Zhou Xiaomeng (Beihang Univ.) EMD2010-100
Characteristic impedance and reflection coefficients of different insulation faults have been calculated in single core ... [more] EMD2010-100
OFT 2010-05-28
Hiroshima tomo-kouminkan Ultra High Dynamic Range Coherent Optical Time Domain Reflectometry Employing Frequency Division Multiplexing
Hiroyuki Iida, Yusuke Koshikiya, Fumihiko Ito, Kuniaki Tanaka (NTT Corp.) OFT2010-13
We report ultra high dynamic range coherent optical time domain reflectometry employing frequency division multiplexing ... [more] OFT2010-13
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