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Technical Committee on Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMCJ)  (2008)

Chair: Atsuhiro Nishikata (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.) Vice Chair: Kimihiro Tajima (NTT-AT)
Secretary: Yuichi Hayashi (NAIST), Masayoshi Takahashi (Hitachi)
Assistant: Kiyoto Matsushima (Hitachi), Hiroyoshi Shida (EMC Tech.), Toru Matsushima (Kyushu Inst. of Tech.)

Search Results: Keywords 'from:2008-11-20 to:2008-11-20'

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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
EMCJ 2008-11-20
14:55
Tokyo AIST Tokyo Waterfront A field distribution study of a TEM cell by using a passive scatterer
Takehiro Morioka (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology) EMCJ2008-74
By loading a passive scatterer in a TEM cell, reflection coefficient at the input port of the cell deviates from that wi... [more] EMCJ2008-74
pp.1-6
EMCJ 2008-11-20
15:20
Tokyo AIST Tokyo Waterfront An Estimation Method for High Frequency Permittivity by Scattering Wave
Takashi Komakine, Takahiro Kurosawa (Akita Prefectural R&D Center), Hiroshi Inoue (Akita Univ.) EMCJ2008-75
To evaluate the permittivity for high frequency signal, some measurement systems have been developed and used practicall... [more] EMCJ2008-75
pp.7-10
EMCJ 2008-11-20
15:45
Tokyo AIST Tokyo Waterfront Electromagnetic Noise Measuring System using Independent Component Analysis Scheme
Masao Masugi, Norihito Hirasawa, Ryuichi Kobayashi (NTT Corp.) EMCJ2008-76
This report describes an electromagnetic noise measuring system that can separate multiple interfering signals due to cr... [more] EMCJ2008-76
pp.11-14
EMCJ 2008-11-20
16:20
Tokyo AIST Tokyo Waterfront Analysis of Single Conductor Propagation And Its Application to Common Mode Generation on Unbalanced Lines
Naoki Takayama, Takashi Hisakado, Osami Wada (Kyoto University) EMCJ2008-77
The speeding up of circuits causes noise problems. As a source of noise generations, the common mode emission is importa... [more] EMCJ2008-77
pp.15-20
EMCJ 2008-11-20
16:45
Tokyo AIST Tokyo Waterfront Hidden antenna current in domestic power-line network
Masahiro Kitagawa (Osaka univ) EMCJ2008-78
he common-mode (CM) current generated from the differential-mode
(DM) signal at the unbalanced elements distributed on ... [more]
EMCJ2008-78
pp.21-26
EMCJ 2008-11-21
09:45
Tokyo AIST Tokyo Waterfront Study on Invasiveness and Suppression Effect of Near EM Field around PCB by the EM Suppression Material
Takashi Kasuga, Yuki Matsumoto, Atsushi Nakajiri, Hidetoshi Nakayama (Nagano National College of Technology) EMCJ2008-79
The purpose of this study is to make clear the suppression effect and invasiveness of the near electromagnetic field by ... [more] EMCJ2008-79
pp.27-32
EMCJ 2008-11-21
10:10
Tokyo AIST Tokyo Waterfront Practical Evaluation Method for Anisotropic EM-Wave Absorbers in Microwave Frequencies -- Reflection Power and Anisotropy --
Shinichiro Yamamoto, Yoshiaki Takae, Kenichi Hatakeyama (Univ. of Hyogo) EMCJ2008-80
 [more] EMCJ2008-80
pp.33-38
EMCJ 2008-11-21
10:35
Tokyo AIST Tokyo Waterfront Study on loss material produced by smoked roof-tile production process and its use for EM-wave absorbers
Kenichi Hatakeyama, Tatsuya Nakamura (Univ. of Hyogo), Satoshi Yoshiuchi (Tohoku Chemical Industries, Ltd), Mika Hirose (Matsuoka roofing Inc.) EMCJ2008-81
 [more] EMCJ2008-81
pp.39-44
EMCJ 2008-11-21
11:10
Tokyo AIST Tokyo Waterfront A Method for Estimating Wideband Transients Using Transmission Loss of High Performance Semi-Rigid Coaxial Cable.
Ken Kawamata (Hachinohe Institute of Technology), Yoshinori Taka (Nagoya Institute of Technology), Shigeki Minegishi (Tohoku Gakuin Univ.), Osamu Fujiwara (Nagoya Institute of Technology) EMCJ2008-82
The very fast transients due to micro-gap discharges as low voltage electrostatic discharges (ESDs) were investigated in... [more] EMCJ2008-82
pp.45-48
EMCJ 2008-11-21
11:35
Tokyo AIST Tokyo Waterfront Transfer Impedance and Effectiveness of SMA Receptacle for Wideband Measurement of Discharge Current due to Human ESD
Yoshinori Taka, Yoshihisa Kagawa, Osamu Fujiwara (Nagoya Institute of Technology) EMCJ2008-83
In order to investigate the effectiveness of an SMA receptacle as wideband measurement electrode for human electrostatic... [more] EMCJ2008-83
pp.49-52
EMCJ 2008-11-21
13:00
Tokyo AIST Tokyo Waterfront A Proposal and Comparison with Two Reference Calibration Methods for Circular Loop Antenna in Low-Frequency band
Masanori Ishii, Yozo Shimada (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology) EMCJ2008-84
In this study, we propose two reference calibration methods for small circular loop antennas. Recently, loop antennas ar... [more] EMCJ2008-84
pp.53-58
EMCJ 2008-11-21
13:25
Tokyo AIST Tokyo Waterfront Round Robin Test on Calibration of EMI Antennas
Katsumi Fujii, Akira Sugiura, Yukio Yamanaka (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology) EMCJ2008-85
To compare with calibrated results of EMI antennas for frequency range from 30 MHz to 1000 MHz, a round robin test was c... [more] EMCJ2008-85
pp.59-64
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