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Yoshinobu Sasaki – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Real-time Analog Input device using breath pressure for the operation of powered wheelchair
    2008 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 2008
    Co-Authors: Motoji Yamamoto, Takeshi Ikeda, Yoshinobu Sasaki

    Abstract:

    The severely handicapped often uses breath pressure for an Input method to control various instruments such as TV, motorized bed, curtain, air conditioner in everyday life. Most of the Input devices are ON/OFF (digital) type for the control of equipments. Considering the application of electrically powered wheelchair, the ON/OFF type interface is not desirable. Because the control of powered wheelchair needs preciseness and quickness for safe operation. A new Input device using breath pressure is proposed for such purposes. The paper examines basic performances of human breath pressure control as an Analog Input device. Then possibility of two-dimensional Input device by the breath pressure is discussed for the control of powered wheelchair. Basic experiments to study performance of the two-dimensional Analog Input device by breath pressure for an operation of the powered wheelchair are shown.

  • ICRA – Real-time Analog Input device using breath pressure for the operation of powered wheelchair
    2008 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 2008
    Co-Authors: Motoji Yamamoto, Takeshi Ikeda, Yoshinobu Sasaki

    Abstract:

    The severely handicapped often uses breath pressure for an Input method to control various instruments such as TV, motorized bed, curtain, air conditioner in everyday life. Most of the Input devices are ON/OFF (digital) type for the control of equipments. Considering the application of electrically powered wheelchair, the ON/OFF type interface is not desirable. Because the control of powered wheelchair needs preciseness and quickness for safe operation. A new Input device using breath pressure is proposed for such purposes. The paper examines basic performances of human breath pressure control as an Analog Input device. Then possibility of two-dimensional Input device by the breath pressure is discussed for the control of powered wheelchair. Basic experiments to study performance of the two-dimensional Analog Input device by breath pressure for an operation of the powered wheelchair are shown.

Yehea Ismail – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • highly linear voltage to time converter vtc circuit for time based Analog to digital converters t adcs
    International Conference on Electronics Circuits and Systems, 2013
    Co-Authors: Hassan Mostafa, Yehea Ismail

    Abstract:

    Time-based ADC is an essential block in designing software radio receivers because it exhibits higher speed and lower power compared to the conventional ADC, especially, at scaled CMOS technologies. In time-based ADCs, the Input voltage is first converted to a pulse delay time by using a Voltage-to-Time Converter (VTC) circuit, and then the pulse delay time is converted to a digital word by using a Time-to-Digital Converter (TDC) circuit. In this paper, a novel VTC circuit is proposed which achieves high linearity and large dynamic Analog Input range. This new VTC circuit can be used in a 5 bit time-based ADC with no sample and hold circuit for Analog Input frequencies up to 4 GHz.

  • ICECS – Highly-linear voltage-to-time converter (VTC) circuit for time-based Analog-to-digital converters (T-ADCs)
    2013 IEEE 20th International Conference on Electronics Circuits and Systems (ICECS), 2013
    Co-Authors: Hassan Mostafa, Yehea Ismail

    Abstract:

    Time-based ADC is an essential block in designing software radio receivers because it exhibits higher speed and lower power compared to the conventional ADC, especially, at scaled CMOS technologies. In time-based ADCs, the Input voltage is first converted to a pulse delay time by using a Voltage-to-Time Converter (VTC) circuit, and then the pulse delay time is converted to a digital word by using a Time-to-Digital Converter (TDC) circuit. In this paper, a novel VTC circuit is proposed which achieves high linearity and large dynamic Analog Input range. This new VTC circuit can be used in a 5 bit time-based ADC with no sample and hold circuit for Analog Input frequencies up to 4 GHz.

Motoji Yamamoto – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Real-time Analog Input device using breath pressure for the operation of powered wheelchair
    2008 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 2008
    Co-Authors: Motoji Yamamoto, Takeshi Ikeda, Yoshinobu Sasaki

    Abstract:

    The severely handicapped often uses breath pressure for an Input method to control various instruments such as TV, motorized bed, curtain, air conditioner in everyday life. Most of the Input devices are ON/OFF (digital) type for the control of equipments. Considering the application of electrically powered wheelchair, the ON/OFF type interface is not desirable. Because the control of powered wheelchair needs preciseness and quickness for safe operation. A new Input device using breath pressure is proposed for such purposes. The paper examines basic performances of human breath pressure control as an Analog Input device. Then possibility of two-dimensional Input device by the breath pressure is discussed for the control of powered wheelchair. Basic experiments to study performance of the two-dimensional Analog Input device by breath pressure for an operation of the powered wheelchair are shown.

  • ICRA – Real-time Analog Input device using breath pressure for the operation of powered wheelchair
    2008 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 2008
    Co-Authors: Motoji Yamamoto, Takeshi Ikeda, Yoshinobu Sasaki

    Abstract:

    The severely handicapped often uses breath pressure for an Input method to control various instruments such as TV, motorized bed, curtain, air conditioner in everyday life. Most of the Input devices are ON/OFF (digital) type for the control of equipments. Considering the application of electrically powered wheelchair, the ON/OFF type interface is not desirable. Because the control of powered wheelchair needs preciseness and quickness for safe operation. A new Input device using breath pressure is proposed for such purposes. The paper examines basic performances of human breath pressure control as an Analog Input device. Then possibility of two-dimensional Input device by the breath pressure is discussed for the control of powered wheelchair. Basic experiments to study performance of the two-dimensional Analog Input device by breath pressure for an operation of the powered wheelchair are shown.