Shuji Kubota received the B. E. degree from the University of Electro‐Communications, Tokyo, in 1980 and the Ph. D. degree in Engineering from Osaka University in 1995, respectively. Since joining NTT in 1980, he has been engaged in research and development of forward error correction schemes and modulation-demodulation schemes for satellite and personal communication systems (PHS), software defined radio systems, wireless LAN systems, wireless access systems and wide-area sensor network systems. From 1991 to 1992, he was with the University of California, Davis as a visiting researcher. In 2008, he moved to Shibaura Institute of Technology, and he is currently a professor in the Department of Communications Engineering, College of Engineering, at Shibaura Institute of Technology, Tokyo. He is a member of IEICE, IEE and IEEE.
- Wireless communication systems,
- Mobile communication systems,
- Satellite communication systems,
- Short range wireless communication systems
Forward error correction, modulation and demodulation, multiple access, Wireless LAN, Wireless PAN, OFDM, MIMO
- Mobile communication system
- IEICE Paper Award (A New User Selection Measure in Block Diagonalization Algorithm for Multiuser MIMO Systems, IEICE Transactions on Communications, Vol.E92-B, No.10, pp.3206-3218, 2009.10, Kudo, Takatori, Nishimori, Ohta, Kubota, Mizoguchi), 2010.
- IEICE Fellow, 2009.6.
- IEICE Communication Society Appreciation for Society Activities, 2005.9.
- YRP Award (Software Defined Radio), 2002.11.
- IEICE Young Researcher Award, 1990.3.
- IECE Paper Award (An SST type Viterbi Decoder, Transaction of IECE B, Vol.J68-B, No.1, pp.38-45, Kubota, Kohri and Kato, 1985.1), 1986.5.
International / Domestic Societies