Wireless Ubiquitous Laboratory
Wireless, ubiquitous technologies to connect people with other people, things and the environment
Wireless technologies are an important tool to connect people with other people and computers, as exemplified by mobile phones and wireless LAN (local area network), in addition to things, the environment and everything else as desired. We are conducting research on conveying information using such technologies, which are called wireless ubiquitous technologies. Moreover, we will work to realize superb wireless functions for a ubiquitous age.
|Affiliation||Information and Communications Engineering|
|Faculty Name||KUBOTA, Shuji|
The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers|
The Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan
|Keyword||Wireless, Ubiquitous, Mobile, IoT (internet of things),Vehicle-to-vehicle communications,|
Study FieldsCommunication engineering
For SocietyWe will deal with new wireless transmission methods for mobile phones and wireless LAN. We also aim to develop a ubiquitous network, which is often referred to as the internet of things and which gathers information from the environment.
- Research on next-generation wireless transmission technologies
- Research on near-field wireless communication systems
- Research on wireless ubiquitous services