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EID, ITE-IDY, IEIJ-SSL, SID-JC, IEE-EDD [detail] 2020-01-23
14:05
Tottori Tottori Univ. [Poster Presentation] Dispersive type EL devices prepared using ZnS:Cu nanophosphor -- Improvement of PL and EL characteristics by adding several flux materials --
Koki Saruta, Shuma Bando, Tadashi Ishigaki, Koutoku Ohmi (Tottori Univ) EID2019-10
For dispersive inorganic electroluminescent (EL) devices using ZnS:Cu phosphor, improvement of luminance and efficiency ... [more] EID2019-10
pp.49-52
EMCJ 2015-07-09
15:50
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Characterization of Absorbing Material Using Multiple Poles Debye Model and Its Application for Wideband Simulation in FDTD Method
Thourn Kosorl, Takahiro Aoyagi, Jun-ichi Takada (Tokyo Tech) EMCJ2015-41
To save the computational cost, the wide frequency band calculation using the finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) metho... [more] EMCJ2015-41
pp.61-66
OPE, EMT, LQE, PN, IEE-EMT [detail] 2011-01-28
15:45
Osaka Osaka Univ. FDTD Analysis of a Periodic Structure with a Dispersive Medium at Oblique Incidence
Yuu Wakabayashi, Junji Yamauchi, Hisamatsu Nakano (Hosei Univ.) PN2010-53 OPE2010-166 LQE2010-151
We investigate the wavelength characteristics of a periodic structure with a dispersive medium at oblique incidence, usi... [more] PN2010-53 OPE2010-166 LQE2010-151
pp.145-150
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