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Research and Development in 2004
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A. Long-Range Digital Broadcasting/Low-Cost Transmission
Project Summary: Long-range, wide-area, low-cost transmission of BS/CS, terrestrial broadcasts and original broadcasts using a fiber optic cable network
Start Date: June 2004
Finish Date: March 2005
Practical Application Goal: By achieving long-range, wide-area, low-cost transmission of BS/CS, terrestrial broadcasts and original broadcasts using a fiber optic cable network, we will promote a smoother transition to digital broadcast society
B. Ubiquitous Society Experimental Research Using IPv6 at Industrial High Schools
Project Summary: 1. Conduct Ubiquitous Society experiments using IPv6 at industrial high schools
2. Holding TV conferences between schools on Ubiquitous Society
3. Experimental Ubiquitous Society demonstrations at museums and other institutions
Start Date: June 2004
Finish Date: March 2005
Practical Application Goal: 1. To supply a concrete example of a Ubiquitous system
2. To provide support for and cooperation with local Ubiquitous-oriented venture businesses
3. Research and development of Ubiquitous experiments at industrial high schools nationwide
C. Saga Prefecture Area Research Education Network Core Consolidation
Project Summary: To provide interactive connectivity for research and educational centers, mainly including Saga University and its off-campus research facilities, which are located throughout the prefecture
Start Date: June 2004
Finish Date: March 2005
Practical Application Goal: 1. Connectivity for the off-campus research facilities of Saga University using the Prefecture-area network
2. Remote operation of devices using IPv6
3. Electronic Conferencing
4. Making all facilities available for open-campus events
5. Holding public courses at all area facilities
6. Image distribution to the Saga Prefecture Space and Science Museum
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