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SANE, SAT
(Joint)
2023-03-03
09:30
Okinawa
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Simulation Study on Finger Position Detection Method Using Gaussian Process Regression on Non-contact Control Panels
Takayuki Kitamura, Tomoya Yamaoka, Satoshi Kageme (MELCO)
 [more]
AP, SANE, SAT
(Joint)
2022-07-29
09:50
Hokkaido Asahikawa Taisetsu Crystal Hall
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Passive Range Estimation Using the Relationship Between Direct Wave and Sea Surface Reflected Wave
Yoshiki Takahashi, Ryuhei Takahashi, Satoshi Kageme (Mitsubishi Elec.) SANE2022-32
 [more] SANE2022-32
pp.55-60
SANE 2022-07-01
15:40
Ibaraki
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Wind field reconstruction using LIDAR measurement and EnKF data assimilation
Takayuki Kitamura, Yusuke Ito, Satoshi Kageme (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.) SANE2022-20
In recent years, the use of consumer drones in various fields has become more active worldwide due to their higher perfo... [more] SANE2022-20
pp.27-32
SANE 2022-05-24
09:55
Kanagawa Information Technology R & D Center, MITSUBISHI Electric Corp.
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Radar system using different modulations
Fuyuki Fukushima, Satoshi Kageme, Kei Suwa (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.) SANE2022-3
Development of mutually enhanced radar is underway. The radar enhances the capabilities of each other by utilizing the t... [more] SANE2022-3
pp.12-17
SANE 2022-05-24
10:30
Kanagawa Information Technology R & D Center, MITSUBISHI Electric Corp.
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Proposal of Unambiguous Velocity Calculation and Range Measurement Accuracy Improvement Method for LPRF Radar
Tetsuro Furuta, Satoshi Kageme (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.) SANE2022-4
LPRF (Low Pulse Repetition Frequency) radar is used to observe distant targets. While the range of unambiguous solvable ... [more] SANE2022-4
pp.18-23
SAT, SANE
(Joint)
2022-02-24
14:00
Online Online Study on circle fitting methods for radar respiration detection
Takayuki Kitamura, Isao Matsushima, Satoshi Kageme (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.) SANE2021-97
Recently, vital sensing methods with millimeter-wave (MMW) radar have been rapidly developed, with which vital signals o... [more] SANE2021-97
pp.1-6
SAT, SANE
(Joint)
2022-02-24
14:25
Online Online Study on human detection using beamforming and RNN
Isao Matsushima, Takayuki Kitamura, Satoshi Kageme (Mitsubisi Electric) SANE2021-98
In this paper, we introduce in-door human detection algorithm using millimeter-wave radar. The algorithm based on recurr... [more] SANE2021-98
pp.7-11
SANE 2019-11-29
13:05
Osaka OIT UMEDA Campus Range Walk and Doppler Frequency Tolerant Frequency Division MIMO Radar
Satoshi Kageme, Kazuaki Maniwa, Kei Suwa (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.) SANE2019-81
MIMO(Multi Input Multi Output) radar may significantly improve the radar performance on a number aspects by using multip... [more] SANE2019-81
pp.61-66
SAT, SANE
(Joint)
2018-02-22
10:25
Yamaguchi The Yamaguchi Chamber of Commerce and Industry Target Ranging Method Using the Non-uniformly Spaced Frequency Band
Kazuaki Maniwa, Satoshi Kageme, Teruyuki Hara (MELCO) SANE2017-109
Synthetic bandwidth radar system, which receive target signals with different center frequencies and synthesizes the rec... [more] SANE2017-109
pp.1-5
SANE 2018-01-25
16:00
Nagasaki Nagasaki Prefectural Art Museum Coherent Integration method of Frequency Division MIMO Radar Using the Chirp Z-Transform for a Moving Target
Satoshi Kageme, Teruyuki Hara (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.) SANE2017-94
 [more] SANE2017-94
pp.47-52
SANE 2015-05-29
11:25
Kanagawa JAXA Sagamihara Campus Verification of SNR Improvement Method for the Acceleration Target by Maximal Ratio Combining
Satoshi Kageme, Nobuhiro Suzuki (Mitsubishi Electric Corporation) SANE2015-8
In HPRF(High Pulse Repetition Frequency) pulse Doppler radar, coherent integration is performed of detection performance... [more] SANE2015-8
pp.13-18
SANE 2014-10-23
09:20
Overseas Ramada Plaza Melaka, Malacca, Malaysia Track Extraction Method of Low Observable Target for Airborne HPRF Radar
Yasushi Obata, Satoshi Kageme, Hiroshi Kameda (Mitsubishi Electric) SANE2014-77
 [more] SANE2014-77
pp.71-76
SANE 2013-12-20
14:55
Saitama Nippon Institute of Technology Target Detection Method within Sidelobe Clutter using Multiple Antenna Pattern of HPRF Radar
Satoshi Kageme, Kazufumi Hirata (Mitsubishi Electric Corporation) SANE2013-111
HPRF pulse Doppler radar can detect the high speed target of clutter free. On the other hand, low-speed targets affected... [more] SANE2013-111
pp.25-30
SANE 2012-07-27
16:50
Tokyo Navigation, trafic control and general Range Resolution Improvement Algorithm of HPRF Radar Using Two-Scan for Acceleration Target
Satoshi Kageme, Yasushi Obata, Teruyuki Hara (Mitsubishi Electric) SANE2012-48
 [more] SANE2012-48
pp.43-47
SANE 2012-05-18
10:40
Kanagawa National Defense Academy of Japan The Track Extraction Method of Low Observable Targets for a HPRF Airborne Radar
Yasushi Obata, Satoshi Kageme, Hiroshi Kameda (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.) SANE2012-11
 [more] SANE2012-11
pp.1-6
SANE 2011-12-16
15:10
Saitama Nippon Institute of Technology Range Resolution Improvement Algorithm of HPRF Radar Using Two-Scan Pulse Compression and FM Ranging in Clutter Environment
Satoshi Kageme, Yasushi Obata, Teruyuki Hara (Mitsubishi Electric) SANE2011-136
In the HPRF radar system, ranging the target is one of the important problems because range ambiguity degrade the accura... [more] SANE2011-136
pp.53-58
SANE 2011-05-20
13:30
Kanagawa National Defense Academy of Japan Applying High Range Resolution Algorism of HPRF for Multi-target Ranging that uses Pulse Compression and FM Ranging to Clutter and Noise Environment
Shiori Mihara, Satoshi Kageme, Teruyuki Hara (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.) SANE2011-10
 [more] SANE2011-10
pp.1-6
SANE 2010-07-30
14:30
Tokyo Electric Navigation Research Institute Clutter separation performance of Range Resolution Improvement Algorithm of HPRF Radar that Uses Pulse Compression and FM Ranging
Satoshi Kageme, Teruyuki Hara (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.) SANE2010-56
 [more] SANE2010-56
pp.19-24
SANE 2009-12-18
15:25
Saitama Nippon Institute of Technology Verification of Range Resolution Improvement Algorithm of HPRF Radar Which Uses Pulse Compression and FM Ranging to Moving Target
Satoshi Kageme, Teruyuki Hara (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.) SANE2009-137
In the HPRF radar system, ranging the target is the one of the important problems. However, FM ranging is difficult to i... [more] SANE2009-137
pp.25-30
SANE 2009-05-29
14:45
Kanagawa National Defense Academy of Japan Verification of Target Detection Performance Improvement Algorithm by Coherent Integration of Range-Profile
Satoshi Kageme, Yuichiro Fukuma, Teruyuki Hara (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.), Takayuki Inaba (The Univ. of Electro-Comm.) SANE2009-11
Generally, the ragne resolution of radar is lower than a target size.Therefore it is thought that reflected signal by th... [more] SANE2009-11
pp.19-24
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