Microwave Workshop & Exhibition: Nov.30-Dec.2, 2017, Pacifico Yokohama,JAPAN
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University Exhibition

Booth No. U-01

University Exhibition 01

Kyoto Univ., Shinohara Lab.

Contact of Lab.
Gokasho, Uji, Kyoto 611-0011, JAPAN
TEL : +81(774)38-3807  FAX : +81(774)31-8463  E-mail : shino@rish.kyoto-u.ac.jp
[ Research Inst. for Sustainable Humanosphere, Shinohara Lab. ]
* Research and Development of Microwave Power Transmission and Microwave Heating Application
Our laboratory works on microwave power transmission technology and microwave heating application. Microwave power transmission is expected to be applied to solar power station / satellites and some terrestrial applications. Microwave heating is expected as a new material processing method. Recent researches and developments on these studies are presented.
Booth No. U-02

University Exhibition 02

Tokyo City Univ., System Integration Lab.

Contact of Lab.
1-28-1 Tamazutsumi, Setagaya, Tokyo 158-8557, JAPAN
TEL : +81(3)5707-0104  FAX : +81(3)5707-1235  E-mail : tshibata@tcu.ac.jp
[ Knowledge Engineering, Information and Communication Engineering, System Integration Lab. ]
* The Analysis of Opening and Closing Information of an Entrance Door Using the IoT Sensor Network
* Characterization of Multi-Layer Ceramic Chip Capacitor for Broadband Signal Coupling
* Monitoring the Mental State During Music Viewing by the Heart Rate Measurement
This year we propose a new equivalent circuit model of the multilayer ceramic chip capacitor based on the measurement of their wideband coupling characteristics up to 65GHz. We also report on the research of the human flow data analysis using the door opening/closing IoT sensor networks.
Booth No. U-03

University Exhibition 03

Ryukoku Univ., Ishizaki & Matsumuro Lab.

Contact of Lab.
1-5 Yokotani, Seta Oe-cho, Otsu, Shiga 520-2194, JAPAN
TEL : +81(77)543-7798  FAX :   E-mail : ishizaki@rins.ryukoku.ac.jp
[ Faculty of Science and Tech., Dept. of Electronics and Informatics, Ishizaki & Matsumuro Lab. ]
* Microwave Filter Technology * Metamaterial / Artificial Dielectrics Technology
* High-Efficiency GaN Power Amplifier Technology
* Wireless Power Transfer Technology
* Millimeter-Wave Device / Circuit Technology
In our lab, various passive and active microwave devices for mobile phones and base-stations are investigated. It will give a great influence on human society. And, these total technologies are required for realization of Wireless Power Transfer System, which will make our future life very convenient. Our students learn much more about wide-range of microwave technologies through the seminars, which are held weekly.
Booth No. U-04

University Exhibition 04

Toyohashi Univ. of Tech., Electromagnetic Wave Engineering Lab.

Contact of Lab.
1-1 Hibarigaoka, Tempaku, Toyohashi, Aichi 441-8580, JAPAN
TEL : +81(532)81-5777  FAX :  E-mail : furusu@comm.ee.tut.ac.jp
[ Engineering, Dep. of Electrical and Electronic Information Engineering, Electromagnetic Wave Engineering Lab. ]
* Wireless Power Transfer Technology in Shielded Enclosure
* Wireless Power Transfer Technology in Underwater Utilizing Electric Coupling
* Next-Generation Wireless RF Circuit
* Epoch-making Wireless Power Transfer Technology in the electromagnetically shielded space is demonstrated.
* Wireless Power Transfer Technology in underwater utilizing electric coupling is introduced.
* A novel BPF for small base station and analog cancellation circuit for full-duplex are proposed.
Booth No. U-05

University Exhibition 05

Tokyo Inst. of Tech., Takada Lab.

Contact of Lab.
S6-4, 2-12-1 Ookayama, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 152-8550, Japan
TEL : +81(3)5734-2551  FAX : +81(3)5734-3282  E-mail : hirano.t.aa@m.titech.ac.jp
[ School of Environment and Society, Dept. of Transdisciplinary Science and Engineering, Takada Lab. ]
* Gesture Recognition System Using WiFi
* Low Cost Indoor Localization System by Using Raspberry Pi
Camera-based Virtual Touchscreen (VTS) which allows motion recognition in the air is limited to small area and sufficient surrounding light. WiFi-based VTS is introduced to mitigate these constraints. It measures signal reflected from hand for in-the-air motion tracking. The Device-free indoor localization system is also developed on Raspberry Pi, and its database construction and measurement results are also exhibited.
Booth No. U-06

University Exhibition 06

Toyohashi Univ. of Tech., Wireless Communications Lab.

Contact of Lab.
1-1 Hibarigaoka Tenpaku, Toyohashi, Aichi 441-8122, JAPAN
TEL : +81(532)44-6780  FAX :   E-mail : miyaji@ee.tut.ac.jp
[ Electrical and Electronic Information Engineering, Wireless Communications Lab. ]
* Wireless Power Transfer System Utilizing Location Information
* In-Band Full-Duplex Communication System on Software-Defined Radio
1. Location estimation of power-receiving coupler and power-transfer routing utilizing location information for wireless power transfer.
2. Self-interference cancellation techniques to realize in-band full-duplex communication on software-defined radio.
Booth No. U-07

University Exhibition 07

Kokushikan Univ., Nikawa Lab. and 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)  FAX :   
E-mail : nikawa@kokushikan.ac.jp, kukitaka@kokushikan.ac.jp
[ School of Science and Engineering, Nikawa Lab. and Kuki Lab. ]
* Full Color LED Visualization Sensor of Electromagnetic Field Distribution
* Dynamic Measurement of Temperature Dependent Electromagnetic Properties of Material for Microwave and Millimeter-wave Band
* Microwave Power Amplifier Technology
Research activities for electromagnetic (EM) energy applications are introduced as showing developed full color LED sensor for visualizing EM field distribution. Also, some results of research activities are shown for dynamic evaluation of temperature dependent EM properties of material in microwaves, and for microwave power amplifier Technologies.
Booth No. U-08

University Exhibition 08

Microwave Imaging R & D Group (Kansai Univ., NIFS, Nihon Univ., Nagasaki Univ.), Kansai Univ., PRPL

Contact of Lab.
3-3-35 Yamate, Suita, Osaka 564-8680, JAPAN
TEL : +81(6)6368-1114  FAX :   E-mail : yamso16@kansai-u.ac.jp
[ Faculty of Engineering Science, Dept. of Pure and Applied Physics, Photon Radiation Physics Lab. (PRPL) ]
* Research and Development of Microwave Holography
* Microwave Mammography for Breast Cancer Screening
* Microwave - Milliwave Photosynthesis of Bone Materials
(1) Basic research of microwave holography with amplitude and phase measurements of scattered wave.
(2) Antenna elements with good matching characteristic in FDTD simulation are designed for the microwave mammography.
(3) Basic experiment of microwave - milliwave synthesis of bone cement.
Booth No. U-09

University Exhibition 09

The Univ. of Tokyo, Hirose & Natsuaki Lab.

Contact of Lab.
7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-8656, Japan
TEL : +81(3)5841-7494  FAX : +81(3)5841-7494  E-mail : ahirose@ee.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp
[ Graduate School of Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Information Systems, Hirose & Natsuaki Lab. ]
* Adaptive System for Quick and High-Spatial-Resolution Landmine Visualization
We have developed a novel plastic landmine visualization system based on a complex-valued neural network. Their system should capture reflection phase and amplitude with a wide frequency bandwidth, a high spatial resolution, and a quick scanning ability. We present a prototype system that satisfies the requirements.
Booth No. U-10

University Exhibition 10

National Inst. of Tech., Hakodate College, Dept. of Production Systems Engineering

Contact of Lab.
Tokura 14-1, Hakodate, Hokkaido 042-8501, JAPAN
TEL : +81(138)59-6424  FAX : +81(138)59-6424  E-mail : maruyama@hakodate-ct.ac.jp
[ Dept. of Production Systems Engineering ]
* Study of Beam Switching Method Using Energy Harvest
Mobile IoT like drone is sometimes used at bad condition of electric magnetic wave. To improve this, we propose to use active reflectarray and change the beam direction by diode switched by energy harvest technique.
Booth No. U-11

University Exhibition 11

Kyoto Inst. of Tech., Electromagnetic Wave Engineering LAb.

Contact of Lab.
Matsugasaki, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto 606-8585, JAPAN
TEL : +81(75)724-7469  FAX : +81(75)724-7400  E-mail : simasaki@kit.ac.jp
[ Graduate School of Science and Tech., Dept. of Electronics, Electromagnetic Wave Engineering LAb. ]
* Human Area Networking Technology Using Near-Field Coupling Transceiver
* Communication Protocol for Achieving High Real-Time Property and Reliability in 920MHz-Band Wireless Control Networks
* Wearable Antennas Using Conductive Textiles
* Wave Propagation Characteristics on Farms
Recent progress on
(1) near-field coupling transceivers for the human area network,
(2) improving reliability of wireless control networks by using source routing method,
(3) flexible antennas made of conductive textiles for RFIDs and wearable communication devices, and
(4) wave propagation characteristics on farms, will be presented.
Booth No. U-12

University Exhibition 12

Osaka Univ., Sanada Lab.

Contact of Lab.
1-3 Machikaneyama, Toyonaka, Osaka 560-8531, Japan
TEL : +81(6)6850-6305  FAX : +81(6)6850-6341  E-mail : sanada@ee.es.osaka-u.ac.jp
[ Graduate School of Engineering Science, Dept. of Systems Innovation, Division of Advanced Electronics and Optical Science, Sanada Lab. ]
* Transformation Electromagnetics
* Dirac Cone Metamaterials
* Huygens Surface
* Microwave and Terahertz Electronics
* Microwave/Millimeter-Wave Photonic Devices
Recent progress of the metamaterial technology is presented including invisibility and illusion cloaks based on transformation optics, Dirac cone metamaterials, and microwave/millimeter-wave photonic devices.

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