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  • (PDF) A high-gain passive UHF-RFID tag with increased

    2016-7-22u2002·u2002The overall dimensions are 400 mm×14.6 mm, but the tag width for most of its length is delimited by the wire diameter (0.8 mm). The measured read range exhibits a maximum value of 17.5 m …

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  • (PDF) UHF RFID antenna architectures and applications

    spiral dipole antenna can be used for the expe cted. application of UHF RFID system s, such as supply chain. integration, industrial a utomation, track and trace and s o. on. Ac cording to the ...

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    In the frequency range of 900–915 MHz, the Dac100 (V5) tag has a longer read range than those of V2, V3, V4, and a read range less than that of V1. Table 6 summarizes the values of the threshold power Pth and the read range, at the frequency of 900 MHz, for the variants of passive RFID UHF …

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  • Analysis and Design of UHF Bow-Tie RFID Tag Antenna

    2016-6-22u2002·u2002In this method, the universal UHF RFID frequency band from 860 MHz to 960 MHz is only considered. Parametric studies on Bow-Tie antenna width and length and their effect on the input impedance of the antenna are carried out. Finally, an equation which describes the input impedance as a function of geometry is obtained.

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  • (PDF) UHF/UWB Tag Antenna of Circular Polarization

    2016-9-1u2002·u2002The UHF RFID sensor-tag has a small form factor and presents a satisfying read range of around 3 meters for both the operating frequency bands in a metallic environment as well as a read …

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  • Compact Microstrip antenna for RFID applications

    This chapter presents the design of some miniature antenna for RFID application, in the ISM (industrial, scientific, and medical) band at 915 MHz and 2.45 GHz, by using two techniques.

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  • (PDF) Fractal antenna for passive UHF RFID applications

    This paper presents a novel and compact CPW fed rectangular patch antenna for the frequency 5.8GHz which falls in IEEE 802.11a WLAN (5.725GHz-5.825GHz) or RFID application. The measured -10dB ...

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  • A Review of Indoor Localization Techniques and Wireless ...

    2021-2-19u2002·u2002Active tags are equipped with an inbuilt battery embedded in their circuitry. Active RFIDs operate in the ultra-high frequency (UHF) and super high frequency (SHF) range with a detection range of up to 100 m. Thus, active RFID is useful for long-range localization and object tracking [106,107,108].

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  • chip implants — Research — Katina Michael

    2021-10-22u2002·u2002The NEXUS card is a U.S. government issued travel card that has an ultra high frequency (UHF) RFID tag inside, which does not employ any encryption technology. Any Generation 2 (Gen 2) UHF reader can read the unique code stored in the tag.

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  • implants — Research — Katina Michael

    In 2010, Michael et al. [1] wrote an article on the Web of Things and People in a special issue, 'Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) Innovation' in Proceedings of the IEEE. The article described a world in which every object could be connected to the Internet and how society was undergoing a paradigm shift in which 'human connectivity' was paramount to the 'connectivity of things' notion.

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  • (PDF) A high-gain passive UHF-RFID tag with increased

    2016-7-22u2002·u2002The overall dimensions are 400 mm×14.6 mm, but the tag width for most of its length is delimited by the wire diameter (0.8 mm). The measured read …

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  • (PDF) UHF RFID antenna architectures and applications

    spiral dipole antenna can be used for the expe cted. application of UHF RFID system s, such as supply chain. integration, industrial a utomation, track and trace and s o. on. Ac cording to the ...

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  • Sensors

    In the frequency range of 900–915 MHz, the Dac100 (V5) tag has a longer read range than those of V2, V3, V4, and a read range less than that of V1. Table 6 summarizes the values of the threshold power Pth and the read range, at the frequency of 900 MHz, for the …

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  • Analysis and Design of UHF Bow-Tie RFID Tag Antenna

    2016-6-22u2002·u2002In this method, the universal UHF RFID frequency band from 860 MHz to 960 MHz is only considered. Parametric studies on Bow-Tie antenna width and length and their effect on the input impedance of the antenna are carried out. Finally, an equation which describes the input impedance as a function of geometry is obtained.

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  • (PDF) UHF/UWB Tag Antenna of Circular Polarization

    2016-9-1u2002·u2002The UHF RFID sensor-tag has a small form factor and presents a satisfying read range of around 3 meters for both the operating frequency bands in …

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  • Compact Microstrip antenna for RFID applications

    This chapter presents the design of some miniature antenna for RFID application, in the ISM (industrial, scientific, and medical) band at 915 MHz and 2.45 GHz, by using two techniques.

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  • (PDF) Fractal antenna for passive UHF RFID applications

    This paper presents a novel and compact CPW fed rectangular patch antenna for the frequency 5.8GHz which falls in IEEE 802.11a WLAN (5.725GHz-5.825GHz) or RFID application. The measured -10dB ...

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  • A Review of Indoor Localization Techniques and Wireless ...

    2021-2-19u2002·u2002Active tags are equipped with an inbuilt battery embedded in their circuitry. Active RFIDs operate in the ultra-high frequency (UHF) and super high frequency (SHF) range with a detection range of up to 100 m. Thus, active RFID is useful for long-range localization and object tracking [106,107,108].

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  • chip implants — Research — Katina Michael

    2021-10-22u2002·u2002The NEXUS card is a U.S. government issued travel card that has an ultra high frequency (UHF) RFID tag inside, which does not employ any encryption technology. Any Generation 2 (Gen 2) UHF reader can read the unique code stored in the tag.

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  • implants — Research — Katina Michael

    In 2010, Michael et al. [1] wrote an article on the Web of Things and People in a special issue, 'Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) Innovation' in Proceedings of the IEEE. The article described a world in which every object could be connected to the Internet and how society was undergoing a paradigm shift in which 'human connectivity' was paramount to the 'connectivity of things' notion.

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  • (PDF) A high-gain passive UHF-RFID tag with increased

    2016-7-22u2002·u2002The overall dimensions are 400 mm×14.6 mm, but the tag width for most of its length is delimited by the wire diameter (0.8 mm). The measured read …

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  • (PDF) UHF RFID antenna architectures and applications

    spiral dipole antenna can be used for the expe cted. application of UHF RFID system s, such as supply chain. integration, industrial a utomation, track and trace and s o. on. Ac cording to the ...

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  • Sensors

    In the frequency range of 900–915 MHz, the Dac100 (V5) tag has a longer read range than those of V2, V3, V4, and a read range less than that of V1. Table 6 summarizes the values of the threshold power Pth and the read range, at the frequency of 900 MHz, for the …

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  • Analysis and Design of UHF Bow-Tie RFID Tag Antenna

    2016-6-22u2002·u2002In this method, the universal UHF RFID frequency band from 860 MHz to 960 MHz is only considered. Parametric studies on Bow-Tie antenna width and length and their effect on the input impedance of the antenna are carried out. Finally, an equation which describes the input impedance as a function of geometry is obtained.

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  • (PDF) UHF/UWB Tag Antenna of Circular Polarization

    2016-9-1u2002·u2002The UHF RFID sensor-tag has a small form factor and presents a satisfying read range of around 3 meters for both the operating frequency bands in …

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  • Compact Microstrip antenna for RFID applications

    This chapter presents the design of some miniature antenna for RFID application, in the ISM (industrial, scientific, and medical) band at 915 MHz and 2.45 GHz, by using two techniques.

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  • (PDF) Fractal antenna for passive UHF RFID applications

    This paper presents a novel and compact CPW fed rectangular patch antenna for the frequency 5.8GHz which falls in IEEE 802.11a WLAN (5.725GHz-5.825GHz) or RFID application. The measured -10dB ...

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  • A Review of Indoor Localization Techniques and Wireless ...

    2021-2-19u2002·u2002Active tags are equipped with an inbuilt battery embedded in their circuitry. Active RFIDs operate in the ultra-high frequency (UHF) and super high frequency (SHF) range with a detection range of up to 100 m. Thus, active RFID is useful for long-range localization and object tracking [106,107,108].

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  • chip implants — Research — Katina Michael

    2021-10-22u2002·u2002The NEXUS card is a U.S. government issued travel card that has an ultra high frequency (UHF) RFID tag inside, which does not employ any encryption technology. Any Generation 2 (Gen 2) UHF reader can read the unique code stored in the tag.

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  • implants — Research — Katina Michael

    In 2010, Michael et al. [1] wrote an article on the Web of Things and People in a special issue, 'Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) Innovation' in Proceedings of the IEEE. The article described a world in which every object could be connected to the Internet and how society was undergoing a paradigm shift in which 'human connectivity' was paramount to the 'connectivity of things' notion.

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    Green IoT is an energy-efficient way to reduce or eliminate the greenhouse effect of current applications. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is one of the Green IoT and Master IoT components that identifies a person or entity in a high-frequency electromagnetic spectrum when combining electromagnetic or electrostatic couplings.

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  • (PDF) A high-gain passive UHF-RFID tag with increased

    2016-7-22u2002·u2002The overall dimensions are 400 mm×14.6 mm, but the tag width for most of its length is delimited by the wire diameter (0.8 mm). The measured read …

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  • (PDF) UHF RFID antenna architectures and applications

    spiral dipole antenna can be used for the expe cted. application of UHF RFID system s, such as supply chain. integration, industrial a utomation, track and trace and s o. on. Ac cording to the ...

    Get Price
  • Sensors

    In the frequency range of 900–915 MHz, the Dac100 (V5) tag has a longer read range than those of V2, V3, V4, and a read range less than that of V1. Table 6 summarizes the values of the threshold power Pth and the read range, at the frequency of 900 MHz, for the …

    Get Price
  • Analysis and Design of UHF Bow-Tie RFID Tag Antenna

    2016-6-22u2002·u2002In this method, the universal UHF RFID frequency band from 860 MHz to 960 MHz is only considered. Parametric studies on Bow-Tie antenna width and length and their effect on the input impedance of the antenna are carried out. Finally, an equation which describes the input impedance as a function of geometry is obtained.

    Get Price
  • (PDF) UHF/UWB Tag Antenna of Circular Polarization

    2016-9-1u2002·u2002The UHF RFID sensor-tag has a small form factor and presents a satisfying read range of around 3 meters for both the operating frequency bands in …

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  • Compact Microstrip antenna for RFID applications

    This chapter presents the design of some miniature antenna for RFID application, in the ISM (industrial, scientific, and medical) band at 915 MHz and 2.45 GHz, by using two techniques.

    Get Price
  • (PDF) Fractal antenna for passive UHF RFID applications

    This paper presents a novel and compact CPW fed rectangular patch antenna for the frequency 5.8GHz which falls in IEEE 802.11a WLAN (5.725GHz-5.825GHz) or RFID application. The measured -10dB ...

    Get Price
  • A Review of Indoor Localization Techniques and Wireless ...

    2021-2-19u2002·u2002Active tags are equipped with an inbuilt battery embedded in their circuitry. Active RFIDs operate in the ultra-high frequency (UHF) and super high frequency (SHF) range with a detection range of up to 100 m. Thus, active RFID is useful for long-range localization and object tracking [106,107,108].

    Get Price
  • chip implants — Research — Katina Michael

    2021-10-22u2002·u2002The NEXUS card is a U.S. government issued travel card that has an ultra high frequency (UHF) RFID tag inside, which does not employ any encryption technology. Any Generation 2 (Gen 2) UHF reader can read the unique code stored in the tag.

    Get Price
  • implants — Research — Katina Michael

    In 2010, Michael et al. [1] wrote an article on the Web of Things and People in a special issue, 'Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) Innovation' in Proceedings of the IEEE. The article described a world in which every object could be connected to the Internet and how society was undergoing a paradigm shift in which 'human connectivity' was paramount to the 'connectivity of things' notion.

    Get Price
  • (PDF) A high-gain passive UHF-RFID tag with increased

    2016-7-22u2002·u2002The overall dimensions are 400 mm×14.6 mm, but the tag width for most of its length is delimited by the wire diameter (0.8 mm). The measured read …

    Get Price
  • (PDF) UHF RFID antenna architectures and applications

    spiral dipole antenna can be used for the expe cted. application of UHF RFID system s, such as supply chain. integration, industrial a utomation, track and trace and s o. on. Ac cording to the ...

    Get Price
  • Sensors

    In the frequency range of 900–915 MHz, the Dac100 (V5) tag has a longer read range than those of V2, V3, V4, and a read range less than that of V1. Table 6 summarizes the values of the threshold power Pth and the read range, at the frequency of 900 MHz, for the …

    Get Price
  • Analysis and Design of UHF Bow-Tie RFID Tag Antenna

    2016-6-22u2002·u2002In this method, the universal UHF RFID frequency band from 860 MHz to 960 MHz is only considered. Parametric studies on Bow-Tie antenna width and length and their effect on the input impedance of the antenna are carried out. Finally, an equation which describes the input impedance as a function of geometry is obtained.

    Get Price
  • (PDF) UHF/UWB Tag Antenna of Circular Polarization

    2016-9-1u2002·u2002The UHF RFID sensor-tag has a small form factor and presents a satisfying read range of around 3 meters for both the operating frequency bands in …

    Get Price
  • Compact Microstrip antenna for RFID applications

    This chapter presents the design of some miniature antenna for RFID application, in the ISM (industrial, scientific, and medical) band at 915 MHz and 2.45 GHz, by using two techniques.

    Get Price
  • (PDF) Fractal antenna for passive UHF RFID applications

    This paper presents a novel and compact CPW fed rectangular patch antenna for the frequency 5.8GHz which falls in IEEE 802.11a WLAN (5.725GHz-5.825GHz) or RFID application. The measured -10dB ...

    Get Price
  • A Review of Indoor Localization Techniques and Wireless ...

    2021-2-19u2002·u2002Active tags are equipped with an inbuilt battery embedded in their circuitry. Active RFIDs operate in the ultra-high frequency (UHF) and super high frequency (SHF) range with a detection range of up to 100 m. Thus, active RFID is useful for long-range localization and object tracking [106,107,108].

    Get Price
  • chip implants — Research — Katina Michael

    2021-10-22u2002·u2002The NEXUS card is a U.S. government issued travel card that has an ultra high frequency (UHF) RFID tag inside, which does not employ any encryption technology. Any Generation 2 (Gen 2) UHF reader can read the unique code stored in the tag.

    Get Price
  • implants — Research — Katina Michael

    In 2010, Michael et al. [1] wrote an article on the Web of Things and People in a special issue, 'Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) Innovation' in Proceedings of the IEEE. The article described a world in which every object could be connected to the Internet and how society was undergoing a paradigm shift in which 'human connectivity' was paramount to the 'connectivity of things' notion.

    Get Price