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SAT, RCS
(Joint)
2022-08-26
13:20
Hokkaido
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
[Special Talk] Activities and Future Prospects of Space ICT Promotion Initiative Forum (SPIF)
Morio Toyoshima, Yasuhiro Takahashi, Amane Miura (NICT), Hisanori Tsuji (Astroterrace), Akihiro Nakao, Shinichi Nakasuka (Univ. Tokyo) SAT2022-38 RCS2022-125
Activities on space communications and ICT have become very active and the number of companies related to the space ICT ... [more] SAT2022-38 RCS2022-125
pp.54-59(SAT), pp.161-166(RCS)
SAT, SANE
(Joint)
2022-02-25
12:45
Online Online [Special Talk] Discussion of 6U-CubeSat to provide Global navigation system and communication service for Lunar spacecraft
Yoshihide Aoyanagi (Univ. of Fukui), Takuji Ebinuma (Chubu Univ.), Shinichi Nakasuka (The Univ. of Tokyo), Toshiki Tanaka (Univ. of Houston), Takeshi Matsumoto (The Univ. of Tokyo) SAT2021-64
The development programs of spacecraft for obtaining resources from the lunar surface, observation near lunar orbit and ... [more] SAT2021-64
pp.68-72
SAT, SANE
(Joint)
2020-02-19
15:40
Okinawa   Demonstration Experiment on 2.6 Gbps Downlink Communication from Low Earth Orbit Satellite
Hirobumi Saito (JAXA), Tomoki Kaneko (Todai), Hiromi Watanabe (Keio), Noriyuki Kawano, Keishi Murakami, Yoshinori Kunii, Takahisa Tomoda (JAXA), Kei-ichi Hirako (Keio), Shinichi Nakasuka (Todai), Seiko Shirasaka (Keio) SANE2019-106
 [more] SANE2019-106
pp.49-54
SANE 2016-06-24
11:10
Ibaraki Tsukuba Space Center, JAXA System Design and Operation Result of Hodoyoshi-3 and -4 : the Micro-Satellites Based on Reasonably Reliable System Engineering
Yoshihiro Tsuruda, Yoshihide Aoyanagi, Takeshi Matsumoto, Shinichi Nakasuka (The Univ. of Tokyo), Seiko Shirasaka (Keio Univ.) SANE2016-12
Since June 2011, The University of Tokyo and the project team members had been developing the twin micro-satellite: Hodo... [more] SANE2016-12
pp.13-18
SANE 2015-05-29
12:55
Kanagawa JAXA Sagamihara Campus Toward Mounting Safe Lithium-ion Batteries on satellites
Kohei Tanaka (Sokendai), Yoshihiro Tsuruda (Univ. of Tokyo), Masayasu Matsui (NESTRA), Masahi Ishikawa, Masaki Yamagata (Kansai Univ.), Michiyuki Kono (iElectrolyte LCC), Shinichi Kimura (Tokyo University of Science), Seiko Shirasaka (Keio Univ.), Shinichi Nakasuka (Univ. of Tokyo), Yoshitsugu Sone, Seisuke Fukuda (JAXA) SANE2015-9
In the consumer products market, a lot of high energy density lithium-ion batteries were developed, and among them, ther... [more] SANE2015-9
pp.19-22
SANE 2013-12-02
16:50
Overseas VAST/VNSC(2nd Dec.) & Melia Hotel (3rd Dec), Hanoi, Vietnam Hardware implementation and laboratory performances of X-band nano satellite high-speed downlink receiver based on turbo equalizer/decoder
Naohiko Iwakiri (Tokyo Univ.), Hirobumi Saito (JAXA), Shinichi Nakasuka (Tokyo Univ.) SANE2013-93
 [more] SANE2013-93
pp.127-132
SANE 2013-12-03
12:05
Overseas VAST/VNSC(2nd Dec.) & Melia Hotel (3rd Dec), Hanoi, Vietnam Development of the X-band High Speed Downlink Transmitter for Nano Satellite
Tomoya Fukami, Hiromi Watanabe (The Univ. of Tokyo), Atsushi Tomiki (JAXA), Naohiko Iwakiri (The Univ. of Tokyo), Hirobumi Saito (JAXA), Shinichi Nakasuka (Tokyo Univ.) SANE2013-102
Recently small satellites start playing important roles in earth observation missions. It, however, is true that small s... [more] SANE2013-102
pp.179-184
SANE 2013-04-25
13:00
Nagano Usuda Deep Space Center, JAXA Evaluation of the X-band High Speed Downlink Transmitter with GaN-HEMT amplifier for Nano Satellite
Tomoya Fukami, Hiromi Watanabe (Univ. of Tokyo), Atsushi Tomiki (JAXA), Naohiko Iwakiri (Univ. of Tokyo), Hirobumi Saito (JAXA), Shinichi Nakasuka (Univ. of Tokyo) SANE2013-1
Recently small satellites start playing important roles in earth observation missions. It, however, is true that small s... [more] SANE2013-1
pp.1-6
SANE 2013-04-25
13:25
Nagano Usuda Deep Space Center, JAXA Nonlinear channel modeling of GaN HPA with two stage PSB model and its impact on performances of X-band nano-satellite high-speed communication system
Naohiko Iwakiri (Univ. of Tokyo), Hirobumi Saito (JAXA), Shinichi Nakasuka (Univ. of Tokyo) SANE2013-2
 [more] SANE2013-2
pp.7-12
SANE 2012-10-11
15:00
Overseas The SONGDO CONVENSIA, Incheon Korea Turbo equalizer/decoder performances of nonlinear channels due to different classes of GaN HPAs for X-band nano satellite high-speed downlink system
Naohiko Iwakiri (Univ. of Tokyo), Hirobumi Saito (JAXA), Shinichi Nakasuka (Univ. of Tokyo) SANE2012-71
 [more] SANE2012-71
pp.83-88
SANE 2012-06-29
14:55
Ibaraki Tsukuba Space Center, JAXA A Development Status of the Attitude determination and Control System for An Astrometry Satellite Nano-JASMINE
Takayuki Hosonuma, Takaya Inamori (Tokyo University), Nobutada Sako (Shinshu University), Kensuke Shimizu, Yoshinori Mikawa, Jun'ichi Takisawa, Shinichi Nakasuka (Tokyo University) SANE2012-37
Intelligent Space Systems Laboratory (ISSL) University of Tokyo and National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ) ha... [more] SANE2012-37
pp.93-98
SANE 2012-06-29
16:10
Ibaraki Tsukuba Space Center, JAXA Measurement and digital predistortion on high-efficiency GaN based power amplifier for nano/small satellite high-speed communication system
Hiromi Watanabe (Tokyo University), Atsushi Tomiki (JAXA), Naohiko Iwakiri, Tomoya Fukami (Tokyo University), Hirobumi Saito (JAXA), Shinichi Nakasuka (Tokyo University) SANE2012-40
A high-speed downlink communication system is required to meet different applications for nano/small satellites.
Theref... [more]
SANE2012-40
pp.111-116
SANE 2012-04-27
10:05
Nagano Usuda Deep Space Center, JAXA Performance Evaluation of X-band Nano Satellite High-Speed Communication System Equipped with Nonlinearity Compensation Techniques
Naohiko Iwakiri (Tokyo Univ.), Hirobumi Saito (JAXA), Shinichi Nakasuka (Tokyo Univ.) SANE2012-7
A high-speed downlink communication system is required to meet different applications for nano/small satellites. Therefo... [more] SANE2012-7
pp.35-40
SANE 2011-10-17
11:40
Overseas Udayana University, Bali, Indonesia Performance Analysis of SCCC Turbo Equalization with Nonlinear Satellite Channel Compensation Techniques for Nano/Small Satellite High-Speed Communication Systems
Naohiko Iwakiri (Univ. of Tokyo), Atsushi Tomiki, Takahide Mizuno, Hirobumi Saito (JAXA), Shinichi Nakasuka (Univ. of Tokyo) SANE2011-66
 [more] SANE2011-66
pp.17-22
SANE 2011-10-17
13:00
Overseas Udayana University, Bali, Indonesia [Invited Talk] Outline of mission and development of Hodoyoshi micro satellites
Korehiro Maeda, Naomi Kurahara, Shinichi Nakasuka (Univ. of Tokyo) SANE2011-67
Hodoyoshi microsatellites funded by Cabinet Office, Government of Japan are developed as the FIRST program (Funding prog... [more] SANE2011-67
pp.23-28
SANE 2011-04-22
09:45
Nagano Usuda Deep Space Center, JAXA SCCC turbo equalization with nonlinear satellite channel compensation techniques for nano/small satellite high-speed communication system
Naohiko Iwakiri (Tokyo Univ.), Takahide Mizuno, Hirobumi Saito (JAXA), Shinichi Nakasuka (Tokyo Univ.) SANE2011-6
 [more] SANE2011-6
pp.37-42
SANE 2010-11-26
14:50
Kanagawa JAXA Sagamihara campus Evaluation of Nano/Small Satellite High-Speed Communication System and Turbo Equalization for Nonlinear Satellite Channel
Naohiko Iwakiri (Tokyo Univ.), Takahide Mizuno, Hirobumi Saito (JAXA), Shinichi Nakasuka (Tokyo Univ.) SANE2010-121
In recent years, small/nano satellites have been developed by universities and companies to utilize space environments. ... [more] SANE2010-121
pp.25-30
SANE 2010-06-25
16:30
Ibaraki Tsukuba Space Center (JAXA) [Special Talk] Towards new space development and utilization by nano-class small satellite consortium
Shinichi Nakasuka (Univ. of Tokyo.) SANE2010-49
Micro/Nano-satellites with less than 50kg have been recognized recently as new promising tools for space development and... [more] SANE2010-49
pp.201-206
SANE 2006-11-24
14:25
Kanagawa JAXA(Sagamihara) GPS receiver for space application using open source software
Shinya Chikura (Tokyo Univ.), Takuji Ebinuma (Melco), Shinichi Nakasuka (Tokyo Univ.) SANE2006-107
Stimulated by the great success of CubeSat missions, many academic institutions are starting to develop nanosatellites f... [more] SANE2006-107
pp.17-22
SANE 2005-03-04
10:50
Overseas KARI, Daejeon, Korea Results of the MICRO LabSat project
Hiroaki Kawara, Hidekazu Hashimoto, Shinichiro Nishida (JAXA), Shinichi Kimura (NICT), Shinichi Nakasuka (Univ. of Tokyo)
 [more] SANE2004-105
pp.25-30
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