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WPT, MW 2023-04-13
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg.
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
[Invited Talk] High power rectenna techniques for wireless power transfer systems
Kenji Itoh, Naoki Sakai, Keisuke Noguchi (Kanazawa IT)
(To be available after the conference date) [more]
WPT 2023-03-16
Kyoto Kyoto-Univ. (Uji campus)
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Experiments study on LED lighting with reactance load magnetic field coupled WPT.
Akari Kamada, Tamami Maruyama, Masashi Nakatsugawa, Masaya Tamura (NIT, Hakodate College) WPT2022-37
In magnetic field coupling wireless power transmission (WPT), it has been reported that wireless power transmission effi... [more] WPT2022-37
WPT 2023-03-17
Kyoto Kyoto-Univ. (Uji campus)
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Analysis and xperiment of C-shaped loop rectenna array for LED lighting accessories
Noa Ebita, Tamami Maruyama, Masashi Nakatsugawa (NIT, Hakodate College), Masaya Tamura (Toyohashi University of Technology), Akari Kamada (NIT, Hakodate College) WPT2022-60
Although microwaves leaking from a microwave oven can be converted into energy to light up the LEDs of resin accessories... [more] WPT2022-60
MW 2023-03-02
Tottori Tottori Univ.
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
[Special Talk] A 5.8-GHz band highly efficient 1-W rectenna with short-stub-connected high-impedance dipole antenna
Naoki Sakai, Keisuke Noguchi, Kenji Itoh (Kanazawa IT) MW2022-167
This paper presents a 5.8 GHz band 1W rectenna with a short stub connected dipole antenna. The short stub connected dipo... [more] MW2022-167
ED, MWPTHz 2022-12-19
Miyagi   [Invited Talk] Zero bias rectenna for 300GHz band detection integrated with a GaAsSb/InGaAs backward diode
Michihiko Suhara, Katsuhiro Usui (TMU), Kiyoto Asakwa (TMCI), Kenichi Kawaguchi, Tsuyoshi Takahashi, Masaru Sato, Naoya Okamoto (Fujitsu) ED2022-74 MWPTHz2022-45
We present a 300-GHz zero-bias detection rectenna using GaAsSb-InGaAs backward diodes (BWDs). The rectenna consists of a... [more] ED2022-74 MWPTHz2022-45
- 2022-12-06
Kyoto Uji Obaku Plaza Kihada Hall, Uji Campus, Kyoto University
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Experiment of wireless power transmission using millimeter-wave rectenna with modulated signal input
Yuta Nakamoto, Naoki Hasegawa, Takashi Hirakawa, Yoshichika Ohta (SoftBank Corp.), Naoki Sakai, Tsukasa Hirai, Kenji Itoh (KIT)
This work focuses on the wireless power transfer (WPT) compatible base station for IoT sensors.
A technique to add WPT ... [more]

- 2022-12-06
Kyoto Uji Obaku Plaza Kihada Hall, Uji Campus, Kyoto University
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
A 29 GHz band rectenna with a high impedance wire-loop antenna.
Naoki Sakai, Naoya Kakutani, Keisuke Noguchi, Kenji Itoh (Kanazawa IT)
This paper proposes the millimeter wave (MMW) rectenna configuration with a wire-loop antenna for obtaining high rectifi... [more]
MW 2022-11-16
Nagasaki Fukue-Bunka-Kaikan
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
28 GHz band highly efficient rectenna with wire loop antenna
Naoki Sakai, Naoya Kakutani, Keisuke Noguchi, Kenji Itoh (KIT) MW2022-121
This paper presents the 28 GHz band rectenna structure employed by a wire loop antenna for obtaining high rectification ... [more] MW2022-121
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
28 GHz band wireless power transfer experiments with a GaAs rectenna MMIC with an inductive high impedance patch antenna
Tsukasa Hirai, Takumi Itoh, Yuya Hirose, Naoki Sakai, Keisuke Noguchi, Kenji Itoh (Kanazawa IT), Naoki Hasegawa, Takashi Hirakawa, Yuta Nakamoto, Yoshichika Ohta (SoftBank) WPT2022-22
As one of additional functions in the beyond-5th generation (B5G) mobile communication system, the wireless power transf... [more] WPT2022-22
Ehime The Museum of Art, EHIME
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Power characteristics of 5.8GHz band 5W rectenna with a GaAs GAD
Naoki Furutani, Kaito Uchiyama, Fumiya Komatsu, Kouichi Kikkawa, Naoki Sakai, Kenji Itoh (KIT) MW2022-74
In this report, power characteristics of the 5.8 GHz band 5 W rectenna are discussed. The rectenna is consisting of the ... [more] MW2022-74
AP 2022-03-11
Online Online Wireless Power Transmission Efficiency of Rectenna Array Antenna Connected in Parallel
Tamami Maruyama, Koki Shibata, Masashi Nakatsugawa, Takahiko Nakamura (NIT, Hakodate College) AP2021-195
This paper proposes the novel rectenna array connected in parallel. Each rectenna elements have two roles. One method is... [more] AP2021-195
WPT 2022-03-08
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Development of Rectenna Array on Simultaneous Wireless Information and Power Transfer for LCD
Katsumi Kawai, Yang Bo, Naoki Shinohara, Tomohiko Mitani (Kyoto Univ.) WPT2021-37
In this study, we develop a high-power rectenna array for simultaneous power information transfer (SWIPT) for liquid cry... [more] WPT2021-37
MW 2022-03-03
Online Online Theoretical analysis of rectification efficiency for the 28GHz band rectifier
Naoya Kakutani, Koichi Kikkawa, Naoki Sakai, Kenji Itoh (KIT) MW2021-116
In this report, fundamental limitation on rectification efficiency of the bridge rectifier is described. First, under th... [more] MW2021-116
MW 2022-03-03
Online Online A 5.8-GHz band 5-W rectenna with a heat-dissipation antenna
Fumiya Komatsu, Koichi Kikkawa, Akihiko Mugitani, Naoki Sakai, Kenji Itoh (KIT) MW2021-117
In this paper, a 5.8 GHz band 5 W rectenna with a heat-dissipation antenna is described. The rectenna consists of a shor... [more] MW2021-117
MW 2022-03-03
Online Online Rectifier diode model for low power rectennas
Takumi Itoh, Tsubasa Yonemura, Naoki Sakai, Kenji Itoh (KIT) MW2021-118
In this report, a rectifier diode model is discussed for low power rectennas. Rectennas with small loop antennas have te... [more] MW2021-118
MW 2021-11-19
Kagoshima Kagoshima University
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
5.8 GHz band high power rectenna with a monopole antenna on an artificial magnetic conductor
Naoki Furutani, Keisuke Miyashita, Shigeru Makino, Fumiya Komatsu, Naoki Sakai, Kenji Itoh (KIT) MW2021-82
In this report, 5.8 GHz band high-power rectenna with the monopole antenna on the artificial magnetic conductor (AMC) su... [more] MW2021-82
Online Online Investigation of measurement systems for designing RF-DC conversion circuits with maximum conversion efficiency at specific power and load
Kensuke Kobayashi, Kazuhiro Fujimori (Okayama Univ.) WPT2021-9
In space solar power systems, the rectenna is used as an array on the power receiving side, but the microwave power dens... [more] WPT2021-9
Online Online A 920MHz band rectenna with impedance transformed small loop antenna
Yuki Muramoto, Naoki Sakai, Kenji Itoh (KIT) MW2021-37
Small loop antennas have technical features of miniaturized size and less degradation with closing ground metals or huma... [more] MW2021-37
WPT 2021-03-05
Online Online Development of a Closed-loop Controlled Position Following System Utilizing Harmonic Reradiation from Rectenna
Jie Chu, Bo Yang, Naoki Shinohara, Tomohiko Mitani (Kyoto Univ.) WPT2020-44
In this research, we investigated the position estimation system that uses the second harmonic reflection of the power r... [more] WPT2020-44
WPT 2021-03-05
Online Online Small-Size Rectenna Drone and Magnetron Transmitter
Naoki Hasegawa (SB), Teruo Fujiwara (Sho-Engineering), Yuta Nakamoto, Yoshichika Ohta (SB) WPT2020-46
This work discusses the microwave-power transfer (MPT) to a small done for the first step of research program on
wirele... [more]
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