About Dr. NEBIYA Hideyuki, President of AMPLET Communication Laboratory

Dr. NEBIYA Hideyuki has abundant knowledge of The Design of Mobile Phones, RFID, Antennas, Human Body Communication Equipment, Millimeter-wave Radar for +40 years. He worked at Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. in 1980, Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo in 1981, Hitachi Shonan Electronics Co., Ltd., and Hitachi, Ltd. in 1984. He established AMPLET, Inc. in 1987 as a President, and established AMPLET Communication Laboratory in 2016.


AMPLET, Inc.. is an engineering company that provides "contract design, research, development, and prototyping" for wireless communication equipment and antennas, and "technical consulting" for wireless communication technology and markets. He also served as a part-time lecturer at Tokyo Denki University, a specially appointed researcher at the University of Tokyo Hospital, an Executive officer or Technical advisor for domestic and overseas wireless communication equipment manufacturers, mobile phone manufacturers, and antenna manufacturers.


He is the President of the AMPLET Communication Laboratory and he has an experience as the organizer of "the Human Body Communication Consortium", the organizer of "the V2HH Study Group that connects people, cars and homes", the Japanese secretary of the "Japan-Korea Joint Human Body Communication Study Group", and a special lecturer at the Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Nihon University on Advanced Technology Special Lecture. He signed a MoU with the Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI - Korea), which conducts research on human body communication to formulate international standards, and also signed a MoU with Chugnam National University for education for Wireless Communication technology.

Inventor of the Spiral Ring Antenna

 I invented the Spiral Ring Antenna, and received Doctorate Degree in Electronics Engineering.

 The Spiral Ring Antenna which is a small antenna having a toroidal coil shape consisting of a fixed length wire is proposed. The antenna has a size of 1/15 ~ 1/5 wavelength, and this antenna has a relatively high gain (+2.0dBi at 1/10 wavelength), and can easily be matched to a coaxial line without Balun.

Awards

1986 : Engineer award for the First Prize

(Hitachi Shonan Denshi)

2000 : Encouragement Student Award (Nihon University)

2001 : Excellent Student Award (Nihon University)

2003 : Entrepreneur of the Year (EOY Japan)

2003 : Best Engineer of Ubiquitous Network Technology Award

(EC Kenkyu-kai)

2010 : The 23rd Fukuda Award (ME Kai, Tokyo Denki University)

2010 : Guest Speaker at the 50 years Anniversary Party of Science University of Tokyo

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