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EE, IEE-HCA 2021-05-27
10:45
Online Online CLLC Resonant Converter for Bidirectional Power Transmission
Soichiro Kawano, Ryota Hisamitsu, Masahito Shoyama, Yuichi Noge (Kyushu University), Yuki Nakamura, Kazuhiko Takeno (Docomo) EE2021-5
 [more] EE2021-5
pp.25-30
EE 2020-01-16
12:45
Kagoshima HOUZAN HALL Commercial Power Optimization using Li-ion Batteries for Green Base Stations
Fumiya Komatsu, Masaki Nakamura, Kazuhiko Takeno (NTT Docomo) EE2019-70
 [more] EE2019-70
pp.125-127
EE, OME, CPM 2019-11-26
14:50
Tokyo Japan Society for the Promotiton of Machine Industry Electrical Power Demand Prediction for Optimizing Balance of Power Demand and Supply in Radio Base Station
Difei Miyao, Masaki Nakamura, Masayuki Terada, Kazuhiko Takeno (NTT Docomo) EE2019-45 CPM2019-87 OME2019-31
In recent years, the adjustment of power supply and demand is a big issue from the separation of electrical power produc... [more] EE2019-45 CPM2019-87 OME2019-31
pp.53-55
EE, OME, CPM 2019-11-26
15:40
Tokyo Japan Society for the Promotiton of Machine Industry Study on optimization of equipment configuration of base transceiver stations that operate without power supply by electric power system
Masaysu Sumiya, Yuji Hosokawa, Kazuhiko Takeno (NTT DOCOMO) EE2019-47 CPM2019-89 OME2019-33
NTTdocomo has been setting up electrically independent BTS (Base Transceiver Station) with solar panels in areas where i... [more] EE2019-47 CPM2019-89 OME2019-33
pp.63-64
EE, OME, CPM 2019-11-26
16:05
Tokyo Japan Society for the Promotiton of Machine Industry Scale Merit Investigation of Integrated Energy Management Effects of Multiple Wireless Base Transceiver Stations with PVs
Yuki Murakami, Daisuke Osaki, Shinji Wakao (Waseda Univ.), Masayasu Sumiya, Yuji Hosokawa, Kazuhiko Takeno (NTT DOCOMO) EE2019-48 CPM2019-90 OME2019-34
Currently, NTT DOCOMO promotes the introduction of mobile communication base stations equipped with PVs and storage batt... [more] EE2019-48 CPM2019-90 OME2019-34
pp.65-70
WPT, EE
(Joint)
2019-10-09
10:35
Shiga Ryukoku Extension Center, Ryukoku University Bi-directional Multiport Converter for Utilizing Green Base Stations
Masaki Nakamura, Kazuhiko Takeno (NTT DOCOMO, Inc.), Ryota Hisamitsu, Masahito Shoyama (Kyushu Univ.) EE2019-29
In recent years, virtual power plant mechanisms that contribute to adjusting the power supply and demand by integrating ... [more] EE2019-29
pp.19-21
EE 2019-01-17
13:55
Kumamoto KCIC Basic study for integrated control of photovolic power generation systems in multiple wireless base transceiver stations
Masayasu Sumiya, Youichirou Hakuto, Yuuji Hosokwa, Kazuhiko Takeno (NTT DOCOMO), Yuuki Murakami, Shinji Wakao (Waseda Univ.) EE2018-56
(To be available after the conference date) [more] EE2018-56
pp.109-110
EE 2018-01-30
11:35
Oita Satellite Campus Oita Optimum Design for Energy Management in Green Base Station Group
Yoichiro Hakuto, Kazuhiro Kamiya, Kazuhiko Takeno (NTT DOCOMO) EE2017-69
We propose operational planning methods of battery control for energy management on Green Base Stations (G-BTSs) in a wi... [more] EE2017-69
pp.157-158
EE, IEE-SPC, IEE-EDD
(Joint)
2017-11-21
08:35
Kagoshima Kagoshima Univ. Study on Integrated Control of Photovoltaic Power Generation System with Storage Battery at Green-BTS
Masayasu Sumiya, Takuma Arai, Shinji Wakao (Waseda Univ.), Yuji Hosokawa, Yoichiro Hakuto, Yurie Mura, Kazuhiko Takeno (NTT DOCOMO) EE2017-35
Currently, NTT DOCOMO promotes the introduction of Green Base Transceiver Stations (Green-BTSs), which are mobile commun... [more] EE2017-35
pp.1-6
EE, IEE-SPC, IEE-EDD
(Joint)
2017-11-21
09:15
Kagoshima Kagoshima Univ. Electric Load Leveling Method for Green-BTS
Masaki Nakamura, Kazuaki Kimura, Kazuhiko Takeno (NTT DOCOMO) EE2017-37
 [more] EE2017-37
pp.13-14
EE, WPT, IEE-SPC [detail] 2017-07-28
09:35
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. A study of power supply to small radio base station with self-sustaining power
Yurie Mura, Hironobu Minowa, Yoshihumi Morihiro, Kazuhiko Takeno (NTT DOCOMO) EE2017-22 WPT2017-27
We studied a self-sustaining power supply system to small radio base station with self-sustaining power. This system can... [more] EE2017-22 WPT2017-27
pp.75-78
EE, IEE-HCA 2017-05-26
15:40
Tokyo The Kikai Shinko Kaikan building Cooperative Control Assuming Power Interchange for Green Base Stations
Masaki Nakamura, Kazuaki Kimura, Kazuhiko Takeno (NTT DOCOMO, Inc.) EE2017-8
Recent years have seen a full-scale rollout of green base stations applying environmentally friendly equipmentsuch as so... [more] EE2017-8
pp.75-79
EE 2017-01-26
09:30
Nagasaki Nagasaki University Weathercast-linked Control of Lithium-Ion Battery in Green Base Stations
Masaki Nakamura, Kazuaki Kimura, Kazuhiko Takeno (NTT DOCOMO, Inc.) EE2016-49
Recent years have seen a full-scale rollout of green base stations applying environmentally friendly equipment such as s... [more] EE2016-49
pp.7-8
EE 2017-01-27
11:35
Nagasaki Nagasaki University A study on balancing power demand with batteries for green base stations
Yuji Hosokawa, Hironobu Minowa, Kazuhiro Komiya, Kazuhiko Takeno (NTT DOCOMO) EE2016-81
We are studying on balancing power demand with batteries for green base stations. This paper presents a result in the de... [more] EE2016-81
pp.175-176
EE, IEE-SPC 2016-07-14
10:45
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Cold Operation Characteristics of Fuel Cell Power System for Green-BTS
Yoichiro Hakuto, Hironobu Minowa, Kazuhiko Takeno (NTT DOCOMO) EE2016-8
We have been studying “Green BTS” which is a base transceiver station using Photovoltaics and storage battery for decrea... [more] EE2016-8
pp.19-24
EE 2016-02-26
15:00
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Optimal Equipmet Design and Power Generation Characteristics for Disaster Resilient Green Base Stations
Kazuhiro Komiya, Masaki Nakamura, Yurie Mura, Hironobu Minowa, Kazuhiko Takeno (NTT DOCOMO) EE2015-33
NTT DOCOMO has been studying “green base stations’’ as a means of strengthening environmental measures and disaster resi... [more] EE2015-33
pp.19-23
EE 2016-02-26
15:25
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Study on power control system for Green-BTS
Masaki Nakamura, Kazuaki Kimura, Kazuhiko Takeno (NTT DOCOMO, Inc.) EE2015-34
Reducing environmental impact by base stations is an urgent requirement. We envision “Green BTS” which is a base station... [more] EE2015-34
pp.25-29
EE 2016-02-26
15:50
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Linkage control of photovoltaics for Green BTS
Hironobu Minowa, Kazuhiko Takeno (DOCOMO) EE2015-35
 [more] EE2015-35
pp.31-35
EE, IEE-HCA 2015-05-28
11:30
Tokyo The Kikai Shinko Kaikan building Operation Verification of DC power-supply system with Fuel Cell for Green BTS
Takashi Furutani, Kazuhiro Komiya, Kazuhiko Takeno (NTT DOCOMO) EE2015-5
 [more] EE2015-5
pp.25-29
EE, WPT
(Joint)
2014-11-18
11:25
Kyoto Doshisha University Peak-cut control of Smart Energy BTS
Masaki Nakamura, Hosei Matsuoka, Kazuhiko Takeno (NTT DOCOMO) EE2014-19
Reducing the power consumed by base stations is an urgent requirement. We envision “Green BTS” which is a base station u... [more] EE2014-19
pp.1-5
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