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Online Online Performance degradation induced by Floating Matters in Underwater Wireless Optical Communication Systems
Ryoko Yoshino, Keiko Fujii (Japan Women's Univ. High School), Takayuki Yoshino (Tokyo Denki Univ.) OCS2020-33
This research is concerning technology of underwater wireless optical communication systems and aimed to reveal the effe... [more] OCS2020-33
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Kagoshima   Intensity Fluctuations and Bit-Error Rate Degradations due to Crosstalk in Optical DPSK Transmissions
Kota Sato, Takayuki Yoshino (Tokyo Denki Univ.) OCS2014-112 OPE2014-218
It is widely known that crosstalk degrades system performances considerably in WDM-based optical networks and multi-core... [more] OCS2014-112 OPE2014-218
pp.53-57(OCS), pp.87-91(OPE)
ICSS, IPSJ-SPT 2014-03-28
Okinawa Meio Univiersity Supporting Effect Assessment of Accessing Malicious Web Sites with Multi-Environment Analysis
Takayuki Yoshinori, Akihito Shinoda (Nagoya Inst. of Tech), Masaki Kamizono (NICT), Masanori Hirotomo (Saga Univ.), Masami Mohri (Gifu Univ.), Yoshiaki Shiraishi (Kobe Univ.), Akira Iwata (Nagoya Inst. of Tech) ICSS2013-85
It is not always true that enough information can be got by just using website analysis services, because some malicious... [more] ICSS2013-85
Mie ISESHI-KANKOUBUNKAKAIKAN Crosstalk induced Intensity Fluctuations and Bit-Error Rate Degradation in Optical Networks
Junichi Saito, Hao Zhang, Mayumi Abe (Tokyo Denki Univ.), Yoshiaki Yamaguchi (NIT), Takayuki Yoshino (Tokyo Denki Univ.) OCS2011-118
In WDM-based optical networks, crosstalk degrades system performance considerably. We have studied the probability densi... [more] OCS2011-118
LQE, OPE, OCS 2010-10-29
Fukuoka Mojiko Retro Town, Minato house Probability Density Function of Intensity Fluctuations due to Multiple Crosstalk Beams
Yoshihiro Onishi, Mayumi Abe (Tokyo Denki Univ.), Yoshiaki Yamaguchi (Nippon Institute of Tech.), Takayuki Yoshino (Tokyo Denki Univ.) OCS2010-88 OPE2010-124 LQE2010-97
The ultimate goal of this project is to evaluate the impact of crosstalk on performance of optical OOK communication sys... [more] OCS2010-88 OPE2010-124 LQE2010-97
PN 2009-11-27
Tokyo Japan Women's University Bit-Error Rate degradation due to Crosstalks in Photonic Networks
Yoshihiro Onishi, Mayumi Abe (Tokyo Denki Univ.), Yoshiaki Yamaguchi (NIT), Takayuki Yoshino (Tokyo Denki Univ.)
WDM components used for routing in photonic networks lead to crosstalk. System performance degrades whenever the desired... [more]
OPE, LQE, OCS 2009-10-23
Fukuoka   Crosstalk induced Phase-to-Intensity Noise Conversion and its Probability Density Function in Photonic Networks
Yoshihiro Onishi, Mayumi Abe (Tokyo Denki Univ.), Yoshiaki Yamaguchi (Nippon Inst. of Tech.), Takayuki Yoshino (Tokyo Denki Univ.) OCS2009-73 OPE2009-139 LQE2009-98
The goal of this project is to investigate receiver performance of a photonic network corrupted by crosstalk beams. In t... [more] OCS2009-73 OPE2009-139 LQE2009-98
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