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WPT 2019-12-11
15:55
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Study of Wireless Power Transfer Using 3D Cross Coil and Resonance Coil by Numerical Electromagnetic Field Analysis
Sho Sugimoto, Masashi Ohchi (CIT) WPT2019-45
In the wireless power transmission system, there is a problem that the transmission efficiency is remarkably lowered whe... [more] WPT2019-45
pp.5-10
WPT 2019-03-08
09:00
Kyoto Kyoto Univ. Uji Campus Coupler Design Criterion Considering Maximum Transmission Efficiency by kQ Product and Element Power Loss of Matching Circuit
Hikaru Kitaoka, Daiki Yaginuma, Ryoichi Baba, Takashi Ohira (TUT) WPT2018-81
In the wireless power transmission system, efficiency improvement of the coupler is being studied for improving entire t... [more] WPT2018-81
pp.89-93
WPT, AP
(Joint)
2019-01-17
13:15
Aichi Toyota Automobile Museum [Invited Lecture] Flexible Electrodes High-kQ Capacitive Coupling WPT for a Running Miniature Crawler
Ryoichi Baba, Ryota Gibo, Keisuke Miyaji, Shinji Abe, Shoichi Isogai, Naoki Sakai, Takashi Ohira (Toyohashi Univ. Tech.) WPT2018-54
We participated in the mini 4WD wireless power feed running race held in Kanazawa in September
2018, and received a spe... [more]
WPT2018-54
pp.1-5
WPT, PEM
(Joint)
2018-11-19
13:50
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Numerical Electromagnetic Field Analysis of Wireless Power Transfer using 3D Spherical Transmitter and Spiral Receiver Coils
Ryohei Muramatsu, Masashi Ohchi (CIT) WPT2018-52
In the wireless power transmission system, when the position of the receiver coil is hanged with respect to the transmit... [more] WPT2018-52
pp.7-12
MW, WPT 2018-04-27
13:55
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Building Maximum Transfer Efficiency for Multiple-Input Multiple-Output Wireless Power Transfer System
Takumi Aoki, Qiaowei Yuan (SNIT), Duong Quang Thang, Minoru Okada (NAIST) WPT2018-3 MW2018-3
In this paper, a novel universal method to calculate the maximum power transfer efficiency for arbitrary multiple input ... [more] WPT2018-3 MW2018-3
pp.9-11
RCS, SR, SRW
(Joint)
2018-02-28
10:30
Kanagawa YRP Study on maximum likelihood detection of uplink MIMO-FSK with channel estimation
Kazuki Yoshida, Yasunori Iwanami (N.I.T.) RCS2017-329
FSK signal has a constant envelope and is suited to the non-linear amplification with high power efficiency. This featur... [more] RCS2017-329
pp.69-74
MW 2017-12-20
13:20
Tokyo   Maximization of power transmission efficiency of coupler considering element loss in impedance matching circuit
Ryoichi Baba, Kyohei Yamada, Naoki Sakai, Takashi Ohira (TUT) MW2017-159
In wireless power transmission systems, transmission efficiency is one of important parameters. Therefore, improvement o... [more] MW2017-159
pp.101-105
WPT, EMCJ
(Joint)
2017-11-21
13:50
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Design of coupler for high efficiency wireless power transfer under fresh water with electric coupling
Yasumasa Naka, Kosuke Murai, Masaya Tamura (Toyohashi Univ. ot Tech.) WPT2017-49
This report describes a design method of the capacitive coupler achieving the high efficiency underwater wireless power ... [more] WPT2017-49
pp.27-31
SIS, IPSJ-AVM 2017-10-13
10:30
Nara Todaiji Culture Center Efficiency Evaluation of Large Scale Wireless Power Transmission using Parallel Line Feeder
Hironobu Miyamoto, Duong Quang Thang, Takeshi Higashino, Minoru Okada (NAIST), Daisuke Tsukiyama (DAIHEN) SIS2017-32
It is required to enlarge the transmit coil in order to deliver wireless power to moving object. The parallel line feede... [more] SIS2017-32
pp.59-64
MW 2017-06-22
15:25
Aichi A-101, Wing-A, Toyohashi University of Technology Mechanical Fan-to-Windmill Power Transfer Boils Down to the Steady-State kQ Theory
Takashi Ohira (Toyohashi Univ. of Tech.) MW2017-24
This paper considers the power transfer phenomenon of a fan-to-windmill system. We assume that the system consists of on... [more] MW2017-24
pp.15-18
WPT 2017-06-12
14:15
Kagoshima Kagoshima Univ. Characteristics of a Folded Spiral Antenna for coupled-resonant Wireless Power Transfer
Kohei Nimura, Hiroshi Hirayama (Nagoya Inst. of Tech.) WPT2017-11
Coupled resonant wireless power transfer system has an advantage of high efficient mid-range power transmission where im... [more] WPT2017-11
pp.17-22
MW 2017-05-19
13:00
Osaka Osaka Univ. (Seminar Room1, Osaka Univ. Kaikan) What Science-Minded Teenagers Learn from the Static kQ Theory
Takashi Ohira (TUT) MW2017-18
This paper tries to stimulate teenagers with an enigma on dc power transfer. Power efficiency is derived in terms of loa... [more] MW2017-18
pp.61-64
WPT 2017-03-06
14:50
Kyoto Kyoto Univ. Uji Campus A study on efficiency of 2x2 MIMO inductive power transfer system
Tatsuki Ujihara, Duong Quang Thamg, Minoru Okada (naist) WPT2016-70
In this study, we investigate the transfer efficiency (RF-to-RF efficiency) for 2x2 MIMO IPT system with Cross-coupling.... [more] WPT2016-70
pp.25-29
WPT 2017-02-10
14:20
Kanagawa YRP center, 1st Bldg. Theoretical analysis on maximum efficiency of multiple-transmitter inductive power transfer system
Hiroto Kawabata, Duong Quang Thang, Minoru Okada (naist) WPT2016-59
This study investigates the maximum power transfer efficiency (RF–to–RF efficiency) of inductive power trans... [more] WPT2016-59
pp.13-16
WPT 2017-02-10
15:25
Kanagawa YRP center, 1st Bldg. Proposal of Underwater Wireless Power Transfer with Electric Coupling Method
Yasumasa Naka, Kyohei Yamamoto, Takuma Nakata, Masaya Tamura (TUT) WPT2016-61
In this paper, underwater wireless power transfer with electric coupling method is proposed. First, by using 3D electrom... [more] WPT2016-61
pp.23-26
AP, WPT
(Joint)
2017-01-19
09:40
Hiroshima Hiroshima Institute of Technology Revisiting kQ-product Theory for Wireless Power Transfer -- Derivation from ratio of dissipation to incident power --
Ikuo Awai (Ryutech) WPT2016-44
The maximum condition of power transfer efficiency for a linear reciprocal 4-terminal circuit is obtained directly from ... [more] WPT2016-44
pp.11-16
EE, WPT
(Joint)
2016-10-06
14:20
Kyoto   Design Methods of Magnetically Coupled Resonator WPT System -- Smart Use of Four Impedance Transform Methods --
IIkuo Awai (Ryutech) WPT2016-25
It is the basic principle to attain the maximum power transfer efficiency and provide the required power to the load in ... [more] WPT2016-25
pp.31-36
NLP 2016-09-15
14:30
Hyogo Konan Univ. A PSO with Pbest reset and its application to dynamic maximum power point tracking
Kosuke Tanakajima, Ryusuke Akeno, Toshimichi Saito (Hosei Univ.) NLP2016-61
This paper presents a particle swarm optimizer algorithm for the maximum power point tracking in time-variant photovolta... [more] NLP2016-61
pp.89-92
RCS, CCS, SR, SRW
(Joint)
2016-03-02
17:45
Tokyo Tokyo Institute of Technology Soft-Decision-Aided Joint Maximum-Likelihood Estimation of Signal Power and Noise Spectral Density Over AWGN Channels
Yohei Shibata (Keio Univ.), Haifeng Yuan (NUS), Tomoaki Ohtsuki, Pooi Yuen Kam (Keio Univ.), Jun Mashino (NTT) RCS2015-350
The estimation of signal power and noise spectral density is a fundamental problem in communication theory, which is con... [more] RCS2015-350
pp.103-108
EMCJ, WPT
(Joint)
2016-01-28
11:20
Kumamoto Kumamoto National Colle. Technology Capacitive Coupling Wireless Power Transfer Using Mesh Electrodes
Shinji Abe, Yuki Aoyagi, Hiroki Kuniyoshi, Masaru Tanaka, Naoki Sakai, Takashi Ohira (TUT) WPT2015-64
This paper presents capacitive coupling wireless power transfer using mesh electrodes.
Mesh structure has a number of a... [more]
WPT2015-64
pp.5-10
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