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SDM, ICD, ITE-IST [detail] 2019-08-08
11:45
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ., Graduate School /Faculty of Information Science and A study of the method to extend a distance for transferring power in a WPT system by using a Q-value enhancement technique
Yasuhiro Sugimoto, Touma Suzuki (Chuo Univ.) SDM2019-44 ICD2019-9
A method to enhance a reachable area of power transfer in the wireless power transfer (WPT) system has been studied. In ... [more] SDM2019-44 ICD2019-9
pp.41-46
WPT 2019-03-07
10:30
Kyoto Kyoto Univ. Uji Campus Evaluation of Receiving Array Antenna Efficiency for Microwave Power Transfer with Drone
Nobuyuki Takabashi, Naoki Shinohara (Kyoto Univ.), Teruo Fujiwara (Sho Engineering) WPT2018-67
Drones have been recently applied to various kind of industries. We proposed to combine drones with microwave power tran... [more] WPT2018-67
pp.17-22
WPT 2019-03-07
13:10
Kyoto Kyoto Univ. Uji Campus Technology verification of Microwave Power transmission (MWPT) for vertical direction -- Development of Power Receiving Subsystem --
Kenji Nagano, Yuichiro Ozawa, Naohiro Tanaka (IA), Kenji Sasaki (J-spacesystems) WPT2018-70
This paper reports the summary of power receiving subsystem to use for technology verification of vertical direction mic... [more] WPT2018-70
pp.35-39
WPT, EE
(Joint)
2018-10-03
13:50
Kyoto Kyoto Univ. Uji Campus Effect Analysis of Multiple Loads Position and Detach of Receiving Coil in Multi-Winding Parallel Two-Wire Wireless Power Transfer
Hideaki Abe WPT2018-34
Research on wireless power transfer is being conducted from various perspectives. The author has studied the possibility... [more] WPT2018-34
pp.27-32
WPT, EE
(Joint)
2018-10-04
09:20
Kyoto Kyoto Univ. Uji Campus A Comparison Study of Transmission Efficiency and Transmitting and Receiving Power with Constant Power Supply in Wireless Power Transfer via Magnetic Resonant Coupling
Haruko Nawada, Katsuhiro Hata, Takehiro Imura, Hiroshi Fujimoto, Yoichi Hori (The Univ. of Tokyo) WPT2018-37
Previously, in dynamic wireless power transfer, constant voltage control of the transfer-side has been performed so that... [more] WPT2018-37
pp.45-50
EE, IEE-HCA 2018-05-10
11:00
Tokyo Tokyo University of Science Mechanism of Folding/Unfolding Type Receiving Coil Capable of Changing Only the Coupling Factor with Keeping the Coupled Coil Distance Constant
Hideaki Abe EE2018-2
The author has studied the possibility of new usage in the wireless power transfer. This paper shows a system that can r... [more] EE2018-2
pp.7-12
WPT 2018-03-02
10:05
Kyoto Kyoto Univ. Uji Campus Technology verification of Microwave Power transmission (MWPT) for Vertical direction : Development of Power receiving Subsystem -- Confirmation of multicopter operation under MWPT environment --
Kenji Nagano, Yuichiro Ozawa, Naohiro Tanaka (IA), Kenji Sasaki (J-spacesystems) WPT2017-67
The paper reports the development program summary of power receiving subsystem to use for technology verification of ver... [more] WPT2017-67
pp.1-5
WPT
(2nd)
2017-12-09
- 2017-12-11
Overseas National University of Singapore(AWPT2017) Development of Power Receiving Control Circuit for Cavity Resonance Enabled Wireless Power Transfer
Ippei Takano, Daigo Furusu, Shinji Nimura, Masaya Tamura (Toyohashi Tech.)
A cavity resonance enabled wireless power transfer (CR WPT) can transmit power to line-of-sight and non-line-of-sight po... [more]
WPT, EMCJ
(Joint)
2017-11-21
09:10
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Proposal of Receiving Control System for Cavity Resonance Enabled Wireless Power Transfer
Ippei Takano, Daigo Furusu, Shinji Nimura, Masaya Tamura (Toyohashi Univ. ot Tech.) WPT2017-44
Cavity resonance enabled wireless power transfer (CR WPT) can transmit power to line-of-sight and non-line-of-sight posi... [more] WPT2017-44
pp.1-6
AP, RCS, WPT, SAT
(Joint)
2015-11-06
09:30
Okinawa Okinawa Prefectural Museum & Art Museum High Frequency Radio Environment Recognition based on Undersampling
Nobuaki Kuno, Yuki Morimoto, Yoshio Karasawa (UEC) RCS2015-225
Recently, such as cognitive radio which is changing the available frequency band adaptively, the research of advanced wi... [more] RCS2015-225
pp.209-214
WPT, MW 2015-04-17
11:20
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Study on Matching Condition of an Infinite Dipole Array Antenna with Reflector for MPT
Yu Tsukamoto, Takayuki Matsumuro, Hiroshi Tonomura, Yohei Ishikawa, Naoki Shinohara (Kyoto Univ.) WPT2015-12 MW2015-12
Non-leak energy technology is essential for high power system in microwave power transmission.Non-leak energy system req... [more] WPT2015-12 MW2015-12
pp.61-64
WPT 2015-03-25
13:00
Kyoto Kyoto Univ. Uji Campus Study on Matching Receiving Condition of Infinite Array Antenna with Hemispherical Dielectric Resonators
Takayuki Matsumuro, Yohei Ishikawa, Naoki Shinohara (Kyoto Univ.) WPT2014-106
One of the most important technology of the receiving antenna in wireless power transmission is matching technique to re... [more] WPT2014-106
pp.65-68
WPT 2014-12-19
14:40
Oita Daihen Tech. Considerations on Control Method of I/O Coupling for Direct-Resonator-Coupled WPT System Using C-Coupled-Balun
Teruhiko Yamamoto (Ryukoku Univ.), Tetsuya Ishida (Wave Technology), Toshio Ishizaki (Ryukoku Univ.) WPT2014-76
A novel I/O coupling control method using C-coupled-Balun replacing indirect loop coupling is proposed. It was confirmed... [more] WPT2014-76
pp.65-69
MW, SCE, WPT 2014-04-17
14:00
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Status of Microwave Ground Power Transmission Experiment
Takashi Saito, Masao Sato, Shuji Nakamura, Shoichiro Mihara (J-spacesystems) WPT2014-4 SCE2014-4 MW2014-4
Japan Space Systems(J-spacesystems), formerly known as Institute for Unmanned Space Experiment Free Flyer, has been stud... [more] WPT2014-4 SCE2014-4 MW2014-4
pp.17-22
EMCJ
(2nd)
2012-11-29
10:55
Tokyo NICT [Poster Presentation] Wireless Energy Transmission for Subcutaneous Implantable Medical Devices by using Capacitive Coupling -- Analysis of Receiving Power and Biological Effect of Electromagnetic Field --
Atsushi Taneda, Kenji Shiba (Tokyo Univ. of Science)
A subcutaneous implantable medical device must be replaced surgically when its batteries start to weaken. Therefore, we ... [more]
MW, WPT
(Joint)
2012-05-25
13:25
Kyoto Kyoto Univ. Outline and Status of Microwave Ground Power Transmission Experiment
Takashi Saito, Shoichiro Mihara, Shuji Nakamura, Koichi Ijichi (USEF)
Japan Space Systems (J-spacesystems), formerly known as Institute for Unmanned Space Experiment Free Flyer (USEF), has b... [more]
AP 2009-06-11
14:50
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Study on an equivalent circuit for re-radiated power analysis of receiving antenna and an equivalent circuit of the transmitting antenna
Toru Suzuki, Kenichi Kagoshima, Shigeki Obote (Ibaraki Univ.), Yasuo Suzuki (Tokyo Univ. of Agr. and Tech.) AP2009-41
Transmission Antenna makes radiation field when it fed power from the center of antenna. At the same time, Receiving Ant... [more] AP2009-41
pp.25-29
AP 2008-12-11
14:00
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. A Study on the Matching Condition of a Multi-Terminal Dipole Antenna
Yuichiro Komiya, Kenta Umebayashi, Yukihiro Kamiya, Kazuhiro Hirasawa, Yasuo Suzuki (Tokyo Univ. of Agri and Tech.) AP2008-143
When an antenna length is greater than or equal to 0.8 wave length, the received power of single-port dipole antenna is ... [more] AP2008-143
pp.19-24
AP 2007-01-25
15:40
Fukui Fukui Univ. A study on a Ho-Thevenin equivalent circuit of receiving antenna Part2
Hirohisa Onuki, Kenta Umebayashi, Yukihiro Kamiya, Kazuhiro Hirasawa, Yasuo Suzuki (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology) AP2006-120
It is well known that a transmitting antenna can be expressed as an equivalent circuit, e.g., Ho-Thevenin's equivalent c... [more] AP2006-120
pp.61-66
AP 2005-01-21
13:00
Saga Saga University [Special Talk] Receiving Antenna and Adaptive Array
Kazuhiro Hirasawa (Univ. of Tsukuba)
A receiving antenna is analyzed by the method of moments and the relation between the received and the reradiated power ... [more]
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