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ProfileJoined SoftBank Corp. in 2015. I have been engaged in the research and development of antenna systems for mobile communication systems and radio wave measurement systems.
- Research and development of radio wave measurement systems using array antenna technology
- Development of multi-antenna systems for vehicles
- Research and development of antenna systems for terahertz bands
- 2016 IEICE Communications Society AP Committee Research Encouragement Award
- 2016 IEICE Communications Society AP Committee Research Activation Award
- 2017 IEICE Communications Society Research Encouragement Award
- 2019 IEICE Communications Society Outstanding Paper Award for Young Researchers
- 2021 IEICE Communications Society Contribution Award for Society Activities
Major publications / papers
- K.Tomimoto, R. Yamaguchi,"DOA measurements using synthetic aperture method,"IEICE Communications Express, Vol.6, No.3, 132–136.
- Fundamental Study of Arrival Direction Estimation Using Synthetic Aperture Antenna," IEICE Transactions on Communications, Vol. J102-B, No. 9, pp. 574-583, 2019.
- Extension of Arrival Direction Estimation using Synthetic Aperture Antenna to Spatio-Temporal Estimation," IEICE Transactions on Communications B，Vol.J104-B，No.6，pp.554-562,2021.
- Development of Coherent Base Station Scanner for Evaluation of In-Vehicle MIMO Antennas, IEICE Transactions on Communications B，Vol.J104-B，No.11，pp.880-888,2021.
- Kazuma Tomimoto, Ryo Yamaguchi, Takeshi Fukusako, “Double-directional Time-Spatial Measurement Method using Synthetic Aperture Antenna,” IEICE Transactions on Communications, will be published.
About my researchThe use of high-frequency bands, such as millimeter-wave and terahertz waves, has been considered for mobile communications. To achieve uninterrupted communication in such frequencies, antenna technology becomes more critical. As a researcher in a mobile communication carrier, I will work hard to create antennas that can effectively utilize high-frequency bands.