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Technical Committee on Ultrasonics (US)  (Searched in: 2017)

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US 2017-08-31
Kanagawa   Variability characteristics of sound reflection on sea surface with wave -- A result of water tank experiment --
Tomoya Tsukui, Shinichi Sawada (IHI), Shinnosuke Hirata, Hiroyuki Hachiya (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.) US2017-46
Various hydro acoustic devices are used in the field of ocean development of resources and observations with AUV and ASV... [more] US2017-46
US 2017-08-31
Kanagawa   Investigation of phase error of sound propagation calculated by wide angle PE method in mid Pacific Ocean
Koryu Mineshima, Shunichi Fujii, Takenobu Tsuchiya, Nobuyuki Endoh (Kanagawa Univ.) US2017-47
PE method is a useful method to simulate sound wave propagation in Ocean. However, accuracy of the calculation result is... [more] US2017-47
US 2017-08-31
Kanagawa   Frequency characteristic analysis of scattered wave from a fish with a bone
Shunichi Fujii, Koryu Mineshima, Takenobu Tsuchiya, Nobuyuki Endoh (Kanagawa Univ.) US2017-48
In recent years, in order to identify of fish species using echo sounder, there is a tendency that higher frequency soun... [more] US2017-48
US 2017-08-31
Kanagawa   Fundamental Study on the Effect of Acoustic Matching Layer on Convex Acoustic Lens for Equipping in Small AUV's Bow
Hiroyuki Kawahara, Hanako Ogasawara, Kazuyoshi Mori (NDA) US2017-49
Recently, we designed a convex underwater acoustic lens for equipping in small AUV’s bow, and calculated its converged s... [more] US2017-49
US 2017-08-31
Kanagawa   [Invited Talk] *
Shigeki Nagaya (IHI) US2017-50
 [more] US2017-50
US 2017-08-31
Kanagawa   A study on the estimate of the sound source location by the single hydrophone deployed on deep seafloor -- Based on the observation data of the underwater sound offshore of Hatsushima Island in Sagami Bay --
Ryoichi Iwase (JAMSTEC) US2017-51
By using pulse signal emitted from remotely operated vehicle “Dolphin 3K”, which is one of the artificial sound sources ... [more] US2017-51
US 2017-08-31
Kanagawa   Research on time reversal underwater acoustic communication -- Application for spatial division multiplexing in comparison with OFDM --
Takuya Shimura, Yukihiro Kida, Mitsuyasu Deguchi (JAMSTEC) US2017-52
Time reversal is an effective method for channel equalization in underwater acoustic communication. Its temporal and spa... [more] US2017-52
US 2017-08-31
Kanagawa   Sea Trial Evaluation of Underwater Acoustic Communication Using Data Selective Rake Reception
Shingo Yoshizawa, Hiroshi Tanimoto (Kitami Inst. of Tech.), Yusaku Mabuchi, Takashi Saito (Mitsubishi Electric TOKKI Systems Corporation), Tomoya Tsukui, Shinichi Sawada (IHI) US2017-53
Underwater acoustic communication (UAC) is used as a communication means for data collection and remote control in auton... [more] US2017-53
US 2017-08-31
Kanagawa   All-in-one prototype of non-contact ultrasound thickness gauge
Kazuki Abukawa, Tomoo Sato (PARI), Akihiro Kobayashi (Micro Design), Toshinari Tanaka, Kazuhiro Shirai, Sayuri Matsumoto (PARI) US2017-54
It is important to check the steel-thickness of the coastal structure, such as the steel-pile quay wall and the pipe-pil... [more] US2017-54
US 2017-08-31
Kanagawa   [Invited Talk] Memories of Ultrasonic Research
Nobuyuki Endoh (Kanagawa Univ.) US2017-55
 [more] US2017-55
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