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Communication Measurements Laboratory
Tsuneo Horiguchi
Professor, Department of Communications Engineering
College of Engineering
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science in Master's Program
Functional Control Systems in Doctoral Program
Location: Toyosu Campus
Laboratory Overview
We are aiming to become great doctors for future communication network.
Laboratory members are aiming to become great doctors for ultra high-speed communication network. Then, we research optical communications systems measurement technologies based on opto-electronics. We also investigate optical fiber sensing technologies in the research process, and aim to apply the sensing technologies to health monitoring for such as buildings and dams.
Laboratory Character We will develop optical routers without translating optical signals into electrical signals and vice versa. We will also realize optical fiber sensors to monitor the “health” of large structures such as buildings and vehicles
Research Outputs You can review research papers in the website below.
Laboratory Research Field
Optical Fiber Sensors Optical Fiber Technologies      
Recent Research Topics
Optical Fiber Sensing Based on Brillouin Scattering        
Affiliated Conferences
For Social Contributions to the World Sustainability By learning in the laboratory, you will be able to discuss optical technologies with top researchers in the field, and obtain a state-of-the-art measurement technology.
Related Industries
Telecommunications Carrier Telecommunications Service Provider Electric Constructor for Information and Communication Networks Network Equipment Provider  
Applicable Industrial Fields
Optical Fiber Technologies        
Instruments and Devices in this Laboratory
Advanced Oscilloscope Advanced Electrical Spectrum Analyzer Tunable Coherent Light Source Optical Spectrum Analyzer High Speed Optical Modulator
Wideband Optical Receiver        
Research Seeds
Distributed Optical Fiber Sensing Optical Signal Processing Technologies