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VLD, DC, RECONF, ICD, IPSJ-SLDM [detail] 2022-11-30
Ishikawa Kanazawa Bunka Hall
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Design and Trial Production of Stochastic Resonance Processor using Differential Input Buffer in FPGA
Akihiko Tsukahara, Sung-Gwi Cho, Keita Tanaka, Akihiko Homma, Yoshinori Uchikawa (Tokyo Denki Univ.) VLD2022-49 ICD2022-66 DC2022-65 RECONF2022-72
Stochastic resonance phenomenon is one of the methods that can detect weak signals buried in noise. In this paper, we pr... [more] VLD2022-49 ICD2022-66 DC2022-65 RECONF2022-72
Niigata Niigata Citizens Plaza
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
[Poster Presentation] For an experimental verification of MIMO-OFDM signals reception using noise and 1-bit ADCs
Masato Saito (Ryukyu Univ.), Takaya Yamazato (Nagoya Univ.)
An analog-to-digital converter (ADC) is essential for wireless digital communications.
While increasing the number of q... [more]

RCS 2022-06-17
Okinawa University of the Ryukyus, Senbaru Campus and online
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Experimental study on an OFDM receiver with 1bit ADCs
Masato Saito (Ryukyu Univ.), Takaya Yamazato (Nagoya Univ.) RCS2022-64
We have been studied on receiving the signals varying those amplitude by using additional noise and 1bit ADC (Analogue-t... [more] RCS2022-64
WBS, RCC, ITS 2021-12-13
Online Online [Poster Presentation] Demodulation using high order moments for multiple amplitude modulation signals on a stochastic resonance receiver with a few-bit ADC
Akihiko Tatematsu, Hiroyuki Hatano, Kosuke Sanada, Kazuo Mori (Mie Univ.), Hiroya Tanaka (Toyota Central R & D Labs), Yukihiro Tadokoro (TRINA) WBS2021-38 ITS2021-12 RCC2021-45
The use of a higher frequency range up to sub-terahertz causes a significant restriction on devices. Analog-to-digital c... [more] WBS2021-38 ITS2021-12 RCC2021-45
RCS 2021-06-24
Online Online An experimental study on the demodulation of 4-PAM signals using 1bit ADC with noise
Takuto Ohtaguro, Masato Saito (Ryukyu Univ.), Takaya Yamazato (Nagoya Univ.) RCS2021-51
We experimentally verify that we can distinguish the levels of 4-ary Pulse Amplitude Modulation (4-PAM) signals after pa... [more] RCS2021-51
Online Online The Relation Between Auditory Frequency Resolutions and Noise Intensity in Stochastic Resonance States
Kota Ohno, Susumu Kuroyanagi (NIT) MBE2020-45
In general, noise is known to have a negative effect on signals. However, in certain systems, a phenomenon called stocha... [more] MBE2020-45
CS 2020-07-17
Hokkaido Ripura(Rishiri Fuji)
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
An Analysis of a Noise-aided One-bit Analog-to-Digital Converter for a Multi-Antenna Receiver
Yasuo Nakashima, Takaya Yamazato (Nagoya Univ.), Shintaro Arai (Okayama Univ. of Sci.), Masato Saito (Ryukyu Univ.), Hiroyuki Hatano (Mie Univ.), Hiroya Tanaka, Yukihiro Tadokoro (Toyota CRDL) CS2020-20
This paper proposes a method of analysing noise-aided one-bit analog-to-digital converters for a multi-antenna receiver.... [more] CS2020-20
Tokyo University of Electro Communications
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
Controlling Chaos-Chaos Intermittency Synchronization by Reduced Region of Orbit Signals and Additive Stochastic Noise
Sou Nobukawa (CIT), Nobuhiko Wagatsuma (Toho Univ.), Haruhiko Nishimura (Univ. of Hyogo) NC2019-111
Various types of synchronization phenomena have been reported in coupled chaotic systems. Recently, these applications h... [more] NC2019-111
Aichi Nagoya University An analysis of a noise-aided linearization range on a receiver with one-bit analog-to-digital converter
Yasuo Nakashima, Takaya Yamazato (Nagoya Univ.), Shintaro Arai (Okayama Univ. of Sci.), Hiroya Tanaka, Yukihiro Tadokoro (Toyota CRDL) RCS2019-149
In this study, we assume the receiver with analog-to-digital converter(s) that has only one-bit resolution(1bit-ADC). Th... [more] RCS2019-149
OME, SDM 2019-04-26
Kagoshima Yakushima Environmental and Culture Village Center Information processing using molecular network system
Takuya Matsumoto (Osaka Univ.) SDM2019-4 OME2019-4
In recent decades, studies on the electronic properties and functions of single molecules have made significant advances... [more] SDM2019-4 OME2019-4
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Interference-Aided Detection of Subthreshold Signal Using Stochastic Resonance Receiver -- Characteristic Evaluation Using PSK Modulation Method --
Shintaro Hiraokka, Takaya Yamazato (Nagoya Univ.), Shintaro Arai (Okayama Univ. of Scienc), Yukihiro Tadokoro, Hiroya Tanaka (Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc) RCS2018-179
Stochastic resonance is a nonlinear phenomenon in which the performance of the system is improved by adding noise of app... [more] RCS2018-179
SIP, IT, RCS 2018-01-22
Kagawa Sunport Hall Takamatsu [Invited Talk] Stochastic resonance and its applicability to communication systems
Takaya Yamazato (Nagoya Univ.), Yukihiro Tadokoro, Hiroya Tanaka (Toyota Central R&D Labs.,), Hiroya Tanaka (Nagoya Univ.), Shintaro Arai (Okayama Univ of Science), Yasuo Nakashima, Shintaro Hiraoka (Nagoya Univ.) IT2017-83 SIP2017-91 RCS2017-297
Stochastic resonance (SR) is a nonlinear phenomenon where system response can be boosted by adding noise.
Traditionally... [more]
IT2017-83 SIP2017-91 RCS2017-297
- 2017-12-15
Ishikawa THE KANAZAWA THEATRE Stochastic Resonance as a Potential Cause for Phantom Noise in Autism Spectrum Disorder
Jyh-Jong Hsieh (Osaka Univ.), Yukie Nagai (NICT), Minoru Asada (Osaka Univ.)
Our previous experiments found that some people with ASD suffer from phantom noise in both visual and auditory perceptio... [more]
ED 2017-08-10
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Implementation Auto Parameter Optimization Mechanism in Robust Surface Myoelectric Detection Technique Using a Nonlinear Device Network
Kazuki Inada, Yuki Inden, Seiya Kasai (Hokkaido Univ.) ED2017-35
Myoelectric signal (EMG) taken on the body surface of a user includes information of motion and position of the user act... [more] ED2017-35
IMQ 2015-09-04
Kagoshima   Quantitative Evaluation of Stochastic Resonance Using Similarity
Kengo Igarashi, Yuki Yamamoto, Keisuke Naito, Keisuke Fujii, Chiyo Kawaura (Nagoya Univ.), Masaki Mori (Nagoya Univ. Hospital), Mitsuru Ikeda, Kuniharu Imai (Nagoya Univ.) IMQ2015-12
Stochastic resonance is a phenomenon that occurs in a threshold measurement system. It is well known that stochastic res... [more] IMQ2015-12
ED 2015-08-04
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Robust Detection Technique of Surface Myoelectric Signal Based on Stochastic Resonance Phenomenon and Multiple Surface Electrodes
Yuki Inden, Kento Shirata (Hokkaido Univ.), Takahide Oya (Yokohama National Univ.), Seiya Kasai (Hokkaido Univ.) ED2015-51
Toward man-machine interface offering intuitively control, we investigate application of a nonlinear phenomenon, called ... [more] ED2015-51
NLP 2015-04-24
Kagawa Kagawa Social Welfare Center High Sensitive Detecting Technique for Weak Signal by Stochastic Resonance
Wen Li, Hisaaki Kanai, Kengo Imagawa, Masami Makuuchi, Hideki Osaka (Hitachi) NLP2015-21
Stochastic resonance (SR), a phenomenon that signals can be enhanced with especial noise strength in a non-linear system... [more] NLP2015-21
IMQ 2014-12-20
Aichi Nagoya University Improvement of Image Sharpness on CT Images Using Stochastic Resonance
Yuki Yamamoto, Keisuke Naito, Yukihiro Enchi, Keisuke Fujii, Chiyo Kawaura (Nagoya Univ.), Masaki Mori (Nagoya Univ. Hospital), Mitsuru Ikeda, Kuniharu Imai (Nagoya Univ.) IMQ2014-19
Recently, the phenomenon called Stochastic Resonance was found in a nonlinear system, and has been applied for many rese... [more] IMQ2014-19
ED 2014-07-10
Aichi Toyohashi Univ. of Tech. VBL Development of Surface Electromyography Technique Utilizing Stochastic Resonance in A Nonlinear Device Network
Yuri Imai, Kento Shirata, Ryota Kuroda, Seiya Kasai (Hokkaido Univ.) ED2014-46
Toward easy-to-use electromyography (EMG) device, we investigate to apply stochastic resonance in a nonlinear device net... [more] ED2014-46
Shimane Matsue Terrsa Stochastic Resonance and The Secrecy Capacity of Wiretap Channels
Oussama Souihli (KDDI R&D Labs), Tomoaki Ohtsuki (Keio Univ.) RCS2013-204
Traditionally, physical-layer security is achieved by providing the legitimate receiver a physical-layer advantage over ... [more] RCS2013-204
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