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SR 2022-11-08
14:00
Fukuoka Fukuoka University
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
[Technology Exhibit] Verification experiment of high-density communication method APCMA using 500 transmitters
Kentaro Honda, Atsushi Nakamura, Kouhei Shiotsuka (TUS), Ferdinand Peper, Kenji Leibnitz (NICT), Naoki Wakamiya (Osaka Univ.), Mikio Hasegawa (TUS) SR2022-65
Asynchronous Pulse Code Multiple Access (APCMA) has been proposed as a new Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) network technology... [more] SR2022-65
pp.105-108
RISING
(3rd)
2022-10-31
14:00
Kyoto Kyoto Terrsa (Day 1), and Online (Day 2, 3) [Poster Presentation] Performance evaluation and establishment of optimal parameters of many LoRa devices
Kohei Shiotsuka, Kentaro Honda (TUS), Kenji Leibnitz, Ferdinand Peper (CiNet), Naoki Wakamiya (OU), Yoshihiro Maeda, Mikio Hasegawa (TUS)
Various long-range low-power communication technologies (Low-Power-Wide-Area, LPWA) suitable for IoT wireless communicat... [more]
CCS, NLP 2022-06-10
15:15
Osaka
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Performance evaluation of CSS-APCMA applied to Massive IoT LPWA using GNU Radio/USRP
Atsushi Nakamura, Kentaro Honda (Tokyo Univ. of Sci.), Ferdinand Peper, Kenji Leibnitz (NICT), Naoki Wakamiya (Osaka Univ.), Mikio Hasegawa (Tokyo Univ. of Sci.) NLP2022-21 CCS2022-21
Asynchronous Pulse Code Multiple Access (APCMA) can avoid collisions even in high-density IoT environments. When multipl... [more] NLP2022-21 CCS2022-21
pp.106-110
CCS 2018-11-23
13:00
Hyogo Kobe Univ. [Invited Talk] Error-correction in neuro-inspired spike signaling
Ferdinand Peper (NICT) CCS2018-42
Inspired by the spike-based signaling between neurons, we introduce impulse-based signaling for wireless communication, ... [more] CCS2018-42
pp.51-56
ASN 2017-05-26
09:30
Tokyo Tokyo Univ. (Institute of Industrial Science) Evaluation of Binary Sensing with Adaptive Thresholds in Spiking Wireless Sensor Networks
Ferdinand Peper, Kenji Leibnitz, Tetsuya Shimokawa (NICT), Junnosuke Teramae (Osaka Univ.), Akifumi Kasamatsu, Shukichi Tanaka (NICT), Naoki Wakamiya (Osaka Univ.) ASN2017-5
 [more] ASN2017-5
pp.23-26
CCS
(2nd)
2015-03-05
14:50
Tokyo Tokyo Institute of Technology [Invited Talk] All impulse wireless sensor network
Naoki Wakamiya, Jun-nosuke Teramae (Osaka Univ.), Ferdinand Peper, Kenji Leibnitz (NICT)
 [more]
CCS
(2nd)
2015-03-06
15:35
Tokyo Tokyo Institute of Technology On In-Network Processing in Wireless Sensor Networks
Ferdinand Peper, Kenji Leibnitz (NICT), Jun-nosuke Teramae, Naoki Wakamiya (Osaka Univ.)
 [more]
NLP 2013-10-29
10:00
Kagawa Sanport Hall Takamatsu Modeling of BOLD signal in response to visual stimuli
Takashi Matsubara (Osaka Univ.), Hiroyuki Torikai (Kyoto Sangyo Univ.), Tetuya Shimokawa, Kenji Leibnitz, Ferdinand Peper (CiNet) NLP2013-93
This paper presents a nonlinear model of human brain response to visual stimuli according to BOLD signal scanned by fMRI... [more] NLP2013-93
pp.123-126
OME 2006-09-25
11:15
Hyogo University of Hyogo Fabrication of Molecular SET Device for Single Electron Computing System
Tohru Kubota, Yutaka Noguchi, Ferdinand Peper (NICT)
 [more] OME2006-80
pp.17-22
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