Profile of Amateur Radio Operator "Dr. NEBIYA Hideyuki"

QRA : NEBIYA Hideyuki

QTH : Taito-ku, Tokyo, Japan

Callsigns : JE1BQE, JA9QZH, JD1BOO, HL3ZCG

Licence Class : Amateur 1st Class Radio Operator

Degree : Ph.D. in Electronics Engineering

My 1st Station Licence : JE1BQE (May 17, 1971)

QRV from Overseas : DL/JE1BQE, KH0/JE1BQE, W6/JE1BQE

Occupation : President, AMPLET Communication Laboratory

Lecturer : "Advanced Technology", Graduate School, Nihon University

Research Interests : Small AntennaRFIDHuman Body Communication




My Profile


I have abundant knowledge of The Design of Mobile Phones, RFID, Antennas, Human Body Communication Equipment, Millimeter-wave Radar for +40 years. I 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. I 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 technology and markets. I also served as a part-time lecturer at Tokyo Denki University, a specially appointed researcher at Tokyo Denki University, an Executive officer or Technical advisor for domestic and overseas wireless communication equipment manufacturers, mobile phone manufacturers, and antenna manufacturers.


I am the President of the AMPLET Communication Laboratory and I have 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. I also signed a MoU with the Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI - Korea), which conducts research on human body communication and formulates international standards, and Chugnam National University (Professor Dr. Jong-Myung Woo, Antenna Laboratory), who is well-known for research on small antennas.




My Amateur Radio Stations


1st Shack JE1BQE 200W Fixed Station

QTH : Taito-ku, Tokyo, Japan (JCC#100106 / GL PM95VQ)

Licenced in 1971


2nd Shack JE1BQE 1kW Fixed Station

QTH : Tama-ku, Kawasaki-city, Kanagawa, Japan (JCC#110305 / GL PM95SP)

Licenced in 1971


3rd Shack JE1BQE 50W Mobile Station

QTH : Taito-ku, Tokyo, Japan (JCC#1238 / GL QM05EF)

Licenced in 1971


4th Shack JA9QZH 100W Fixed Station

QTH : Uozu-city, Toyama, Japan (JCC#2804 / GL PM86QT)

Licenced in 1976


5th Shack JD1BOO 1kW Fixed Station

QTH : Ogasawara, Tokyo, Japan (JCG#10007 / GL QL16BP)

Licenced in 2013


6th Shack HL3ZCG 100W Fixed Station

QTH : Daejeon, Korea (KDN#R05 / GL PM36QI)

Licenced in 2014

My Amateur Radio Magazine Articles (Regular Author)

Hideyuki Nebiya has been writing many articles in the following Amateur Radio Magazines.


Ham Life, CQ ham radio (Regular Author), Mobile Ham, Ham Journal, QEX Japan, Eleki Jack, Let's Haming, Monthly 59, Shoho no Radio, Radio no Seisaku, cqDL, Tragi, jr., etc.




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