Toru Sato mainly focuses on Radar, Remote sensing, Atmosphere, Stratosphere and Doppler radar. His Radar study incorporates themes from Antenna, Meteorology, Optics and Mesosphere. His studies deal with areas such as Radar engineering details, Continuous-wave radar and Radar horizon as well as Remote sensing.
In his work, Precipitation, Sensitivity and Drag is strongly intertwined with Spectral line, which is a subfield of Atmosphere. His research in Stratosphere intersects with topics in Geodesy, Backscatter, Spectral width, Altitude and Troposphere. His study focuses on the intersection of Doppler radar and fields such as Wind speed with connections in the field of Jet stream, Climatology and Eddy diffusion.
Toru Sato mainly investigates Radar, Radar imaging, Remote sensing, Optics and Meteorology. His Radar research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Atmosphere, Atmospheric sciences, Troposphere and Antenna. His study in Mesosphere and Stratosphere are all subfields of Atmospheric sciences.
His research integrates issues of Electronic engineering, Computer vision and Artificial intelligence in his study of Radar imaging. He is involved in the study of Optics that focuses on Scattering in particular. His Continuous-wave radar research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Bistatic radar and Pulse-Doppler radar.
Radar, Acoustics, Radar imaging, Atmospheric sciences and Remote sensing are his primary areas of study. His work carried out in the field of Radar brings together such families of science as Ultra-wideband, Meteorology, Troposphere, Gravitational wave and Signal. He works mostly in the field of Acoustics, limiting it down to concerns involving Adaptive beamformer and, occasionally, Capon, Optics, Phase velocity, Frequency domain and Algorithm.
As a part of the same scientific study, he usually deals with the Radar imaging, concentrating on Doppler effect and frequently concerns with Interferometry. Many of his research projects under Atmospheric sciences are closely connected to Momentum with Momentum, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. The various areas that Toru Sato examines in his Continuous-wave radar study include Radar engineering details, Pulse-Doppler radar, Artificial intelligence, Computer vision and Doppler radar.
His primary areas of study are Radar, Acoustics, Optics, Atmospheric sciences and Troposphere. His work deals with themes such as Heartbeat and Remote sensing, Meteorology, Radiosonde, which intersect with Radar. His Optics research integrates issues from Reactor pressure vessel, Biological system and Doppler radar.
While the research belongs to areas of Doppler radar, Toru Sato spends his time largely on the problem of Interferometry, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Radar engineering details and Continuous-wave radar. His Atmospheric sciences research focuses on Incoherent scatter and how it connects with Altitude, Radar observations and Sunset. His Troposphere study deals with Stratosphere intersecting with Wavelength, Geophysics and Inertial frame of reference.
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Distinct Intramembrane Cleavage of the β-Amyloid Precursor Protein Family Resembling γ-Secretase-like Cleavage of Notch
Yongjun Gu;Hiroaki Misonou;Toru Sato;Naoshi Dohmae.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2001)
The MU radar with an active phased array system: 1. Antenna and power amplifiers
Shoichiro Fukao;Toru Sato;Toshitaka Tsuda;Susumu Kato.
Radio Science (1985)
The male mouse pheromone ESP1 enhances female sexual receptive behaviour through a specific vomeronasal receptor
Sachiko Haga;Tatsuya Hattori;Toru Sato;Koji Sato.
The MU radar with an active phased array system: 2. In‐house equipment
Shoichiro Fukao;Toshitaka Tsuda;Toru Sato;Susumu Kato.
Radio Science (1985)
Active γ-Secretase Complexes Contain Only One of Each Component
Toru Sato;Thekla S. Diehl;Saravanakumar Narayanan;Satoru Funamoto.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2007)
Seasonal variability of vertical eddy diffusivity in the middle atmosphere: 1. Three‐year observations by the middle and upper atmosphere radar
Shoichiro Fukao;Manabu D. Yamanaka;Naoki Ao;Wayne K. Hocking.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1994)
Observational evidence of a saturated gravity wave spectrum in the troposphere and lower stratosphere
David C. Fritts;Toshitaka Tsuda;Toru Sato;Shoichiro Fukao.
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (1988)
Potential Link between Amyloid β-Protein 42 and C-terminal Fragment γ 49–99 of β-Amyloid Precursor Protein
Toru Sato;Naoshi Dohmae;Yue Qi;Nobuto Kakuda.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2003)
Equatorial Atmosphere Radar (EAR): System description and first results
Shoichiro Fukao;Hiroyuki Hashiguchi;Mamoru Yamamoto;Toshitaka Tsuda.
Radio Science (2003)
A Target Shape Estimation Algorithm for Pulse Radar Systems Based on Boundary Scattering Transform
Takuya Sakamoto;Toru Sato.
IEICE Transactions on Communications (2004)
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