Keiichiro Kagawa
Keiichiro Kagawa
Research Institute of Electronics, Shizuoka University, Associate Professor
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Image-sensor-based visible light communication for automotive applications
T Yamazato, I Takai, H Okada, T Fujii, T Yendo, S Arai, M Andoh, ...
IEEE Communications Magazine 52 (7), 88-97, 2014
Optical vehicle-to-vehicle communication system using LED transmitter and camera receiver
I Takai, T Harada, M Andoh, K Yasutomi, K Kagawa, S Kawahito
IEEE photonics journal 6 (5), 1-14, 2014
LED and CMOS image sensor based optical wireless communication system for automotive applications
I Takai, S Ito, K Yasutomi, K Kagawa, M Andoh, S Kawahito
IEEE Photonics Journal 5 (5), 6801418-6801418, 2013
Information-processing system using free-space optical communication and free-space optical communication system
K Kagawa, Y Maeda, J Ohta
US Patent 7,715,723, 2010
Information-processing device and information-processing system
K Kagawa, J Ohta, Y Maeda, Y Masaki, H Tanabe, Y Miyake
US Patent 7,502,053, 2009
Imaging device and method for reading signals from such device
K Kagawa, Y Maeda, J Ohta
US Patent 7,728,893, 2010
A CMOS image sensor with optical and potential dual imaging function for on-chip bioscientific applications
T Tokuda, A Yamamoto, K Kagawa, M Nunoshita, J Ohta
Sensors and Actuators A: Physical 125 (2), 273-280, 2006
Proposal of application of pulsed vision chip for retinal prosthesis
J Ohta, N Yoshida, K Kagawa, M Nunoshita
Japanese journal of applied physics 41 (4S), 2322, 2002
A 0.27 e-rms read noise 220-μV/e-conversion gain reset-gate-less CMOS image sensor with 0.11-μm CIS process
MW Seo, S Kawahito, K Kagawa, K Yasutomi
IEEE Electron Device Letters 36 (12), 1344-1347, 2015
Optical manipulation of microscopic objects by means of vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser array sources
Y Ogura, K Kagawa, J Tanida
Applied Optics 40 (30), 5430-5435, 2001
Built-in-eye eyesight stimulating apparatus
J Ohta, S Nishimura, K Idegami, N Yoshida, K Kagawa
US Patent 7,191,010, 2007
Flexible and extendible neural interface device based on cooperative multi-chip CMOS LSI architecture
T Tokuda, YL Pan, A Uehara, K Kagawa, M Nunoshita, J Ohta
Sensors and Actuators A: Physical 122 (1), 88-98, 2005
CMOS lock-in pixel image sensors with lateral electric field control for time-resolved imaging
S Kawahito, G Baek, Z Li, SM Han, MW Seo, K Yasutomi, K Kagawa
Proc. Int. Image Sensor Workshop (IISW) 361, 2013
Silicon LSI-based smart stimulators for retinal prosthesis
J Ohta, T Tokuda, K Kagawa, T Furumiya, A Uehara, Y Terasawa, ...
IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine 25 (5), 47-59, 2006
A 3.6 pW/frame· pixel 1.35 V PWM CMOS imager with dynamic pixel readout and no static bias current
K Kagawa, S Shishido, M Nunoshita, J Ohta
2008 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference-Digest of Technical …, 2008
A time-resolved CMOS image sensor with draining-only modulation pixels for fluorescence lifetime imaging
Z Li, S Kawahito, K Yasutomi, K Kagawa, J Ukon, M Hashimoto, H Niioka
IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices 59 (10), 2715-2722, 2012
Optical and electrochemical dual-image CMOS sensor for on-chip biomolecular sensing applications
T Tokuda, K Tanaka, M Matsuo, K Kagawa, M Nunoshita, J Ohta
Sensors and Actuators A: Physical 135 (2), 315-322, 2007
A time-of-flight range image sensor with background canceling lock-in pixels based on lateral electric field charge modulation
SM Han, T Takasawa, K Yasutomi, S Aoyama, K Kagawa, S Kawahito
IEEE Journal of the Electron Devices Society 3 (3), 267-275, 2014
An image sensor with an in-pixel demodulation function for detecting the intensity of a modulated light signal
J Ohta, K Yamamoto, T Hirai, K Kagawa, M Nunoshita, M Yamada, ...
IEEE Transactions on Electron Devices 50 (1), 166-172, 2003
Pixel design of pulsed CMOS image sensor for retinal prosthesis with digital photosensitivity control
K Kagawa, K Isakari, T Furumiya, A Uehara, T Tokuda, J Ohta, ...
Electronics Letters 39 (5), 419-421, 2003
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