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University Exhibition

Booth No. U-01
University Exhibition 01

Utsunomiya Univ., Shimizu Lab.

Contact of Lab.
7-1-2 Yoto, Utsunomiya, Tochigi 321-8585, JAPAN
TEL : +81(28)689-6132  E-mail : tshimizu@cc.utsunomiya-u.ac.jp
[ Faculty of Engineering, Dept. of Fundamental Engineering, Shimizu Lab. ]
* Development of Evaluation Methods for Dielectric and Conductor Materials & Passive Circuits in Microwave and Millimeter Wave Bands
In this exhibition, studies on microwave and millimeter-wave measurement methods for complex permittivity of dielectric material and surface resistance of conductor which is expected for next-generation wireless devices are introduced. Furthermore, some microwave and millimeter wave passive circuits developed with AM technology in our laboratory are presented.
Booth No. U-02
University Exhibition 02

Kanzawa Univ. Electromagnetic Wave Information Engineering Lab.

Contact of Lab.
Kakuma-machi, Kanazawa 920-1192, JAPAN
TEL : +81(76)234-4858  E-mail : yagitani@is.t.kanazawa-u.ac.jp
[ Inst. of Science and Engineering, Faculty of Electrical, Information and Communication Engineering, Electromagnetic Wave Information Engineering Lab. ]
* Radio Wave Visualization System
* Electromagnetic Noise Source Visualization System
In this exhibition, we introduce systems which visualize radio waves around us using MR technology.
* Radio wave visualization system using meta surface absorber.
* Electromagnetic noise sour c e visualization system based on correlation between near and far field.
Booth No. U-03
University Exhibition 03

Kokushikan Univ., Nikawa Lab. / Kuki Lab.

Contact of Lab.
4-28-1 Setagaya, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 154-8515, JAPAN
TEL : +81(3)5481-3335 (Nikawa) / +81(3)5481-3331 (Kuki)
E-mail : nikawa@kokushikan.ac.jp, kukitaka@kokushikan.ac.jp
[ School of Science and Engineering, Human Informatics Course (Nikawa) /
Electronics and Informatics Course (Kuki), Nikawa Lab. / Kuki Lab. ]
* Microwave Field Visualizing Sensors by Microwave Optic Conversion
* Dynamic Measurement of Temperature Dependent Electromagnetic Properties of Material in Microwave Region
* Frequency Selective Surface (FSS) Fabricated by Printing Technique
Research activities for microwave energy applications in the Laboratory are introduced as showing developed sensors for visualizing microwave field distribution with application of partial microwave field energy in processing medium. Also, some results of research activities are shown for dynamic evaluation of temperature dependent permittivity and permeability of material in microwave frequencies, and for frequency selective surface fabricated by printing technique.
Booth No. U-04
University Exhibition 04

Tokyo Inst. of Tech., Takada Lab.

Contact of Lab.
S6-4, 2-12-1, O-okayama, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 152-8552, JAPAN
TEL : +81(3)5734-2551  E-mail : song.h.ac@m.titech.ac.jp
[ School of Environment and Society, Dept. of Transdisciplinary Science and Engineering, Takada Lab. ]
* Passive Channel Sounder Using Cellular Signal and SDR for D2D Channel Measurement
* Passive Reflectors for Illuminating the Shadowed Regions in 28GHz
・Passive channel sounder is proposed by using two SDRs and a commercial cellular signal and is verified with the line-of-sight path gain measurement in the outdoor open space.
・A passive reflector is designed to deal with the shadowing effect caused by trees. The influence of the reflector shape is investigated to get the best coverage.
Booth No. U-05
University Exhibition 05

Tokyo Univ. of Science, Yamamoto Lab.

Contact of Lab.
2641 Yamazaki, Noda, Chiba 278-8510, JAPAN
TEL : +81(4)7122-9531  E-mail : t_yamamoto@rs.tus.ac.jp
[ Faculty of Science and Tech., Dept. of Electrical Engineering, Yamamoto Lab. ]
* Transcutaneous Energy and Information Transmission System for a Totally-Implantable Artificial Heart
* Evaluation of Magnetic Field Immunity to Experimental Animals
We present our research and development of an unified transcutaneous energy and information transmission system for a totally-implantable artificial heart, and investigation of the effects of 400 kHz AC magnetic fields on the behavior of small laboratory animals.
Booth No. U-06
University Exhibition 06

Saga Univ., Communication Engineering Lab.

Contact of Lab.
1, Honjo-machi, Saga-shi, Saga 840-8502, JAPAN
TEL : +81(952)28-8638  E-mail : toyoda@cc.saga-u.ac.jp
[ Faculty of Science and Engineering, Dept. of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Communication Engineering Lab. ]
* Beam Switchable Self-Oscillating Active Integrated Array Antennas
* Dual-Band Differential Rectenna for Versatile Applications
The advanced concept of our research is extensive utilization of microwave resonant fields. Antennas and microwave circuits are integrated to achieve versatile microwave hardware and improve their performance. The developed technologies are expected to be effectively used in the next generation wireless systems like Beyond 5G and 6G.
Booth No. U-07
University Exhibition 07

Saitama Univ., Ma & OhiraLab.

Contact of Lab.
255 Shimo-Ohkubo, Sakura-ku, Saitama 338-8570, JAPAN
TEL : +81(48)858-3635  E-mail : mohira@mail.saitama-u.ac.jp
[ Faculty of Engineering, Dept. of Electrical Engineering, Electronics, and Applied Physics, Ma & Ohira Lab. ]
* Research and Development of Miniaturized High-Performance Microwave Passive Circuits (Filters, Antennas, and Power Dividers)
Exhibition on the research and development of miniaturized high-performance microwave passive circuits (filters, antennas, and power dividers)
Booth No. U-08
University Exhibition 08

Tokyo Inst. of Tech., Hirokawa Lab.

Contact of Lab.
2-12-1-S3-20 O-okayama, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 152-8552, JAPAN
TEL : +81(3)5734-2563  E-mail : tomura@ee.e.titech.ac.jp
[ School of Engineering, Dept. of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Hirokawa Lab. ]
* High Gain and High Efficiency Antennas for the Millimeter-Wave Band * Large-Area and Planar-Type Slotted Waveguide Arrays for Millimeter-Wave Band Short-Range High-Speed Wireless Access System
* Two-Dimensional Beam-Switching Circuit
* Rectangular-Coordinate Two-Dimensional Orthogonal Multiplex Communication
We exhibit high-gain antennas in the millimeter-wave band such as waveguide slot arrays and post-wall waveguide slot antennas. A panel of the two-dimensional beam-switching circuit and rectangular-coordinate two-dimensional orthogonal multiplex communication are displayed and 60-GHz-band high-speed wireless communication is demonstrated.
Booth No. U-09
University Exhibition 09

Kyoto Inst. of Tech., Microwave Engineering Lab.

Contact of Lab.
Matsugasaki, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto 606-8585, JAPAN
TEL : +81(75)724-7469  E-mail : simasaki@kit.ac.jp
[ Graduate School of Science and Tech., Dept. of Electronics, Microwave Engineering Lab. ]
* Antenna Design for IoT and Wearable Devices
* Wave Propagation Characteristics on Farms and Underground Antennas
Recent progress on wearable antennas using conductive textiles, antennas for wireless modules loaded on machine parts, underground antennas for wireless sensor networks, and wave propagation characteristics on farms, will be presented.
Booth No. U-10
University Exhibition 10

Kansai Univ., Horii Lab.

Contact of Lab.
2-1-1 Ryozenji, Takatsuki, Osaka, 569-1095, JAPAN
TEL : +81(72)690-2476  E-mail : horii@kansai-u.ac.jp
[ Faculty of Informatics, Dept. of Informatics, Horii Lab. ]
* Study on Mechanics of Human Auditory System From Microwave Engineers' Point of View
An auditory system of human is composed of the outer ear (antenna), middle ear (impedance transformer) and inner ear (spectrum analyzer). The outer ear operates according to the even/odd mode theory, differential mechanism, and transmission line theory. In addition, the outer hair cells work as a bipolar transistor. Why don't you explore the auditory world with us ?

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