Major Technologies (Terminals)


Technologies concerning mobile phones, terminal modules and equipment used for research and development are introduced.

The following technologies are presented in the pages for related technologies.

Cooperation with other devices

Enabling technologies to collaborate with other devices are described.

PDF“Linking” Device Functions to expand the IoT (PDF format:2MB)

PDFDevice Connect WebAPI -Web Interface for Variety of Smartphone-linked Devices- (PDF format:2MB)

PDFPortable SIM: Empowering the User in the IoT Era (PDF format:3MB)

Acetone Analyzer

Development of Acetone Analyzer is described.

PDFWearable Skin Acetone Analyzer and its Applications in Health Management (PDF format:5MB)

PDFBreath Acetone Analyzer to Achieve "Biochip Mobile Terminal" (PDF format:881KB)


Technologies and services about the Speech Interaction Technology are described.

PDFTechnologies for Further Evolution of Osaifu-Keitai Service -NFC-enabled Mobile Terminals and NTT DOCOMO UIM Card- (PDF format:868KB)

PDFAdvances with Osaifu-Keitai -Starting Services Supporting NFC (Type A/B) on NTT DOCOMO UIM Cards- (PDF format:766KB)

High-speed Mobile Satellite Communications

Satelite Communication device of WIDESTAR Ⅱ High-speed Mobile Satellite Communications Service is described.

PDFWIDESTAR Ⅱ Satellite Mobile Station (PDF format:910KB)

Battery Packs and Chargers

Development status of the battery pack and recharger are described.

PDFBattery Packs and Chargers for Comfortable Use of Mobile Terminals(PDF format:4MB)

Mobile Terminal RF Circuit Technology

Transition of the radio transceiver circuitry technologies of FOMA mobile terminals and their future development trends are described.

PDFMobile Terminal RF Circuit Technology(PDF format:3MB)

FOMA In-vehicle Telematics Module

Development of the FOMA In-velicle Telematics module that requires high durability and reliability, and the functions added to the network to enhance usability are described.

PDFFOMA In-vehicle Telematics Module and Addition of Network Functionality(PDF format:4MB)

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