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RCS 2018-06-21
Nagasaki Nagasaki University A 64kbps Differential Multi-Carrier Modulation Scheme for Underwater Acoustic Communications and Multiple Differential Detection with Channel Prediction Employing Per-Survivor Processing
Rintaro Yoshii, Masashi Takemura, Takuya Takahashi, Hiroshi Kubo (Ritsumeikan Univ.) RCS2018-59
This paper discusses a 64kbps differential multi-carrier modulation scheme for underwater acoustic communications (UWAC)... [more] RCS2018-59
RCS, SIP 2012-01-26
Fukuoka Fukuoka Univ. [Invited Talk] Adaptive Equalization Techniques in Wireless Communications and their Applications -- Collaborative and Combined Wireless Signal Processing --
Hiroshi Kubo (Mitsubishi Electric) SIP2011-94 RCS2011-283
This paper discusses applications of adaptive equalization techniques in wireless communications. In this paper, “adapt... [more] SIP2011-94 RCS2011-283
Yamaguchi Yamaguchi University Proposal of Decision Feedback Successive Carrier Synchronization Method for Meteor Burst Communications
Keisuke Komatsubara, Kaiji Mukumoto, Tadahiro Wada, Koji Ishibashi (Shizuoka Univ.) RCS2011-234
We have previously proposed Go-Back-i symbol(GBi)-ARQ scheme appropriate to Meteor Burst Communication. GBi-ARQ shceme c... [more] RCS2011-234
CS 2011-07-08
Okinawa Kumejima Experimental Performance Evaluation in Vivo Communication Using Near-Infrared
Shinji Hashimoto, Tetsuo Tsujioka, Ikuo Oka (Osaka City Univ.) CS2011-25
Recently, the less-invasive medical treatment of reducing the patient burden is required in a site of the medical treatm... [more] CS2011-25
EMCJ 2008-06-20
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. SAR Evaluation of the Reproductive Organ of Male Rats for 2GHz in vivo Experiments -- Dosimetry Evaluation Using FDTD method --
Yoshifumi Kawamura, Takashi Hikage, Toshio Nojima (Hokkaido Univ.) EMCJ2008-22
In this paper, the specific absorption rates (SARs) of the reproductive organ of male rats are calculated by the simulat... [more] EMCJ2008-22
EMCJ 2005-12-09
Gifu Gifu University Study of whole body exposure system of small animals for bio-effect testing of RF waves
Masanori Fujita, Jianqing Wang, Osamu Fujiwara (NIT), Kanako Wake, Soichi Watanabe (NICT)
For testing biological effects of radio waves from base stations of cellular phones, an experiment with free constraint ... [more] EMCJ2005-114
Kyoto ATR Performance improvement and complexity reduction for MIMO employing PADE
Hiroshi Kubo, Masatsugu Higashinaka, Akihiro Okazaki, Keishi Murakami (Mitsubishi Electric)
This paper proposes performance improvement and complexity reduction schemes for multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) c... [more] RCS2005-10
EMCJ 2004-10-01
Nara   Uncertainty evaluation of in vivo exposure setup for testing biological effects of mobile phones
Masanori Fujita, Jianqing Wang, Osamu Fujiwara (NIT), Kanako Wake, Soichi Watanabe (NICT)
In designing an in vivo near-field exposure setup for testing biological effects of cellular phones, one generally assum... [more] EMCJ2004-64
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