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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) UHF RFID antenna architectures and applications

    Accepted 26 April, 2010. In order to use radio f requency identification (RFID) antenna for wireless communication and real world. applications (e.g.) military and personal comm unication system s ...

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  • Compact RFID enabled moisture sensor

    commercial application that makes use of RFID tags [13]. This paper presents a compact RFID tag equipped with. the capability to act as a moisture sensor that cov ers the FCC. band of …

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  • Wearable Sensors for Remote Health Monitoring

    2017-1-12u2002·u2002RFID is another popular wireless technology that is widely used primarily for tracking and identification purposes. RFID technology uses different frequency bands including the ISM band. A reader or interrogator sends a signal to a tag or label that is attached to an object to be identified [194,195]. On the other side, NFC is a low cost, low ...

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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 variants of passive RFID UHF tags described in Table 5.

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  • (PDF) Inkjet-printed passive UHF RFID tags: Review and ...

    UHF RFID system, the tag is equipped with an internal energy source, e.g. a battery, whereas a passive UHF RFID tag is totally dependent on the power-carrying incident

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  • (PDF) Characterizations and Optimization Techniques of ...

    Specifically, letters 'M' and 'J' achieve the longest reading range of more than 20 meters with a good radiation pattern, which is comparable or even better than many commercial UHF RFID tags.

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  • MIMO backscatter RFID systems : performance analysis ...

    Backscatter RFID systems are the most popular RFID systems deployed due to low cost and low complexity. However, they pose many design challenges due to their querying-fading-signaling-fading structure, which experiences deeper fading than conventional one-way channels. Recently, by simulations and measurements, researchers found that the MIMO setting can improve the …

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  • RFID Design Fundamentals and Applications - SILO.PUB

    FIGURE 1.8 Several types of antennas used by ultra-high-frequency (UHF) RFID transponders. than for any other type of system. On the positive side, it is possible to achieve very high read rates, and with the help from spread spectrum techniques, it is possible to achieve very high reliability rates and noise immunity.

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  • (PDF) On the Mitigation of Interference Imposed by ...

    On the Mitigation of Interference Imposed by Intruders in Passive RFID Networks. November 2016. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319 …

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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) UHF RFID antenna architectures and applications

    Accepted 26 April, 2010. In order to use radio f requency identification (RFID) antenna for wireless communication and real world. applications (e.g.) military and personal comm unication system s ...

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  • Compact RFID enabled moisture sensor

    commercial application that makes use of RFID tags [13]. This paper presents a compact RFID tag equipped with. the capability to act as a moisture sensor that cov ers the FCC. band of (902-928 MHz ...

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  • Wearable Sensors for Remote Health Monitoring

    2017-1-12u2002·u2002RFID is another popular wireless technology that is widely used primarily for tracking and identification purposes. RFID technology uses different frequency bands including the ISM band. A reader or interrogator sends a signal to a tag or label that is attached to an object to be identified [194,195]. On the other side, NFC is a low cost, low ...

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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 …

    Get Price
  • (PDF) Inkjet-printed passive UHF RFID tags: Review and ...

    UHF RFID system, the tag is equipped with an internal energy source, e.g. a battery, whereas a passive UHF RFID tag is totally dependent on the power-carrying incident

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  • (PDF) Characterizations and Optimization Techniques of ...

    Specifically, letters 'M' and 'J' achieve the longest reading range of more than 20 meters with a good radiation pattern, which is comparable or even better than many commercial UHF RFID tags.

    Get Price
  • MIMO backscatter RFID systems : performance analysis ...

    Backscatter RFID systems are the most popular RFID systems deployed due to low cost and low complexity. However, they pose many design challenges due to their querying-fading-signaling-fading structure, which experiences deeper fading than conventional one-way channels. Recently, by simulations and measurements, researchers found that the MIMO setting can improve the …

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  • RFID Design Fundamentals and Applications - SILO.PUB

    FIGURE 1.8 Several types of antennas used by ultra-high-frequency (UHF) RFID transponders. than for any other type of system. On the positive side, it is possible to achieve very high read rates, and with the help from spread spectrum techniques, it is possible to …

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  • (PDF) On the Mitigation of Interference Imposed by ...

    On the Mitigation of Interference Imposed by Intruders in Passive RFID Networks. November 2016. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. DOI: 10.1007/978-3 …

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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) UHF RFID antenna architectures and applications

    Accepted 26 April, 2010. In order to use radio f requency identification (RFID) antenna for wireless communication and real world. applications (e.g.) military and personal comm unication system s ...

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  • Compact RFID enabled moisture sensor

    commercial application that makes use of RFID tags [13]. This paper presents a compact RFID tag equipped with. the capability to act as a moisture sensor that cov ers the FCC. band of (902-928 MHz ...

    Get Price
  • Wearable Sensors for Remote Health Monitoring

    2017-1-12u2002·u2002RFID is another popular wireless technology that is widely used primarily for tracking and identification purposes. RFID technology uses different frequency bands including the ISM band. A reader or interrogator sends a signal to a tag or label that is attached to an object to be identified [194,195]. On the other side, NFC is a low cost, low ...

    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
  • (PDF) Inkjet-printed passive UHF RFID tags: Review and ...

    UHF RFID system, the tag is equipped with an internal energy source, e.g. a battery, whereas a passive UHF RFID tag is totally dependent on the power-carrying incident

    Get Price
  • (PDF) Characterizations and Optimization Techniques of ...

    Specifically, letters 'M' and 'J' achieve the longest reading range of more than 20 meters with a good radiation pattern, which is comparable or even better than many commercial UHF RFID tags.

    Get Price
  • MIMO backscatter RFID systems : performance analysis ...

    Backscatter RFID systems are the most popular RFID systems deployed due to low cost and low complexity. However, they pose many design challenges due to their querying-fading-signaling-fading structure, which experiences deeper fading than conventional one-way channels. Recently, by simulations and measurements, researchers found that the MIMO setting can improve the …

    Get Price
  • RFID Design Fundamentals and Applications - SILO.PUB

    FIGURE 1.8 Several types of antennas used by ultra-high-frequency (UHF) RFID transponders. than for any other type of system. On the positive side, it is possible to achieve very high read rates, and with the help from spread spectrum techniques, it is possible to …

    Get Price
  • (PDF) On the Mitigation of Interference Imposed by ...

    On the Mitigation of Interference Imposed by Intruders in Passive RFID Networks. November 2016. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-47413-7_4. Conference: 7th International ...

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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) UHF RFID antenna architectures and applications

    Accepted 26 April, 2010. In order to use radio f requency identification (RFID) antenna for wireless communication and real world. applications (e.g.) military and personal comm unication system s ...

    Get Price
  • Compact RFID enabled moisture sensor

    commercial application that makes use of RFID tags [13]. This paper presents a compact RFID tag equipped with. the capability to act as a moisture sensor that cov ers the FCC. band of (902-928 MHz ...

    Get Price
  • Wearable Sensors for Remote Health Monitoring

    2017-1-12u2002·u2002RFID is another popular wireless technology that is widely used primarily for tracking and identification purposes. RFID technology uses different frequency bands including the ISM band. A reader or interrogator sends a signal to a tag or label that is attached to an object to be identified [194,195]. On the other side, NFC is a low cost, low ...

    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
  • (PDF) Inkjet-printed passive UHF RFID tags: Review and ...

    UHF RFID system, the tag is equipped with an internal energy source, e.g. a battery, whereas a passive UHF RFID tag is totally dependent on the power-carrying incident

    Get Price
  • (PDF) Characterizations and Optimization Techniques of ...

    Specifically, letters 'M' and 'J' achieve the longest reading range of more than 20 meters with a good radiation pattern, which is comparable or even better than many commercial UHF RFID tags.

    Get Price
  • MIMO backscatter RFID systems : performance analysis ...

    Backscatter RFID systems are the most popular RFID systems deployed due to low cost and low complexity. However, they pose many design challenges due to their querying-fading-signaling-fading structure, which experiences deeper fading than conventional one-way channels. Recently, by simulations and measurements, researchers found that the MIMO setting can improve the …

    Get Price
  • RFID Design Fundamentals and Applications - SILO.PUB

    FIGURE 1.8 Several types of antennas used by ultra-high-frequency (UHF) RFID transponders. than for any other type of system. On the positive side, it is possible to achieve very high read rates, and with the help from spread spectrum techniques, it is possible to …

    Get Price
  • (PDF) On the Mitigation of Interference Imposed by ...

    On the Mitigation of Interference Imposed by Intruders in Passive RFID Networks. November 2016. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-47413-7_4. Conference: 7th International ...

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    2017-6-14u2002·u2002The USB controlled signal generator, RSGLP0120GA, is an easy to use high frequency signal generator controlled through a standard USB port. Using advanced VCO and DDS based technology along with a temperature compensated crystal reference, it offers ultra-low phase noise (-135 to -150 dBc/Hz at 10 MHz offset) and high frequency resolution.

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  • Special Issue on Multidisciplinary Sciences and ...

    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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  • Electronics

    The embroidering aspects of Ultra High Frequency (UHF) Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) antenna were presented in . Professor Volakis and his colleagues have contributed to the field of embroidered antennas and RF electronics [41,42,43,44,45,46,47,48]. Throughout these publications novel conformal embroidered antennas and novel embroidered ...

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  • Spacecraft and Surface Wireless Reference Scenarios

    2021-2-12u2002·u2002Frequencies allocated for RFID use exist in the low, high, ultra-high and microwave frequency bands. Each frequency has its own advantages and disadvantages such as read distance, tag size and resistance to electronic noise. Gen 2 – The second generation global protocol operating in the UHF (ultra high frequency) range.

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  • LBTM: Listen-before-Talk Protocol for Multiclass UHF RFID ...

    2020-4-18u2002·u2002Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is considered one of the pioneering technologies of the Internet of Things (IoT). It allows to bind physical environments to information processing systems, adding new capabilities like automatic inventorying, location, or sensing with batteryless tags. Indeed, many data flows of physical objects can be tracked using this technology, and it is common to ...

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  • Bio-based Materials for Microwave Devices: A Review ...

    2021-2-8u2002·u2002An RFID tag has been shown to work as a two-stage sensor where a frequency doubler not only isolates the input frequency but also amplifies the dynamic attenuation range around 20 dB, and the reader tag goes up to 40 cm read range.79 These materials are resistant to corrosion and have high thermal and mechanical stability. Metal nanoparticle ...

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  • Antennas for Portable Devices - PDF Free Download

    As the frequency used for RFID varies from very low (below 135 kHz) to millimetre wave (27.125 GHz), so will the antenna design. For near-field (inductively coupled) RFID systems, the antenna is made Introduction 4 13.56 MHz 433 MHz 869 MHz 915 MHz Figure 1.2 RFID tag antennas operating at 13.56, 433, 869, and 915 MHz.

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  • IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation [volume

    N the past years, passive ultra-high frequency (UHF) radiofrequency identification (RFID) systems have been widely deployed in inventory systems, logistics, and retail sales [1]. This emergent technology has drawn more and more attention due to its longer read range and higher data transfer rate [2] as compared to the low-frequency (LF) and ...

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  • AF - 445 Phase I Selections from the 13.1 Solicitation

    2020-9-14u2002·u2002The frequency range of interest is 10 MHZ to 6 GHZ. Building on prior designs developed for the Comanche, F-18, and Basset UAVs, in Phase I we will develop structural excited antenna designs, identify potential installation locations, and validate performance by breadboard testing and simulation. ... The technique makes maximum re-use of high ...

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  • A Method and Apparatus for Collecting and Using Sensor ...

    Active systems use an infrared light source built into the car to illuminate the road ahead with light that is invisible to humans. There are two kinds of active systems: gated and non-gated. The gated system uses a pulsed light source and a synchronized camera that enable long ranges (250 m) and high performance in rain and snow.

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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) UHF RFID antenna architectures and applications

    Accepted 26 April, 2010. In order to use radio f requency identification (RFID) antenna for wireless communication and real world. applications (e.g.) military and personal comm unication system s ...

    Get Price
  • Compact RFID enabled moisture sensor

    commercial application that makes use of RFID tags [13]. This paper presents a compact RFID tag equipped with. the capability to act as a moisture sensor that cov ers the FCC. band of (902-928 MHz ...

    Get Price
  • Wearable Sensors for Remote Health Monitoring

    2017-1-12u2002·u2002RFID is another popular wireless technology that is widely used primarily for tracking and identification purposes. RFID technology uses different frequency bands including the ISM band. A reader or interrogator sends a signal to a tag or label that is attached to an object to be identified [194,195]. On the other side, NFC is a low cost, low ...

    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
  • (PDF) Inkjet-printed passive UHF RFID tags: Review and ...

    UHF RFID system, the tag is equipped with an internal energy source, e.g. a battery, whereas a passive UHF RFID tag is totally dependent on the power-carrying incident

    Get Price
  • (PDF) Characterizations and Optimization Techniques of ...

    Specifically, letters 'M' and 'J' achieve the longest reading range of more than 20 meters with a good radiation pattern, which is comparable or even better than many commercial UHF RFID tags.

    Get Price
  • MIMO backscatter RFID systems : performance analysis ...

    Backscatter RFID systems are the most popular RFID systems deployed due to low cost and low complexity. However, they pose many design challenges due to their querying-fading-signaling-fading structure, which experiences deeper fading than conventional one-way channels. Recently, by simulations and measurements, researchers found that the MIMO setting can improve the …

    Get Price
  • RFID Design Fundamentals and Applications - SILO.PUB

    FIGURE 1.8 Several types of antennas used by ultra-high-frequency (UHF) RFID transponders. than for any other type of system. On the positive side, it is possible to achieve very high read rates, and with the help from spread spectrum techniques, it is possible to …

    Get Price
  • (PDF) On the Mitigation of Interference Imposed by ...

    On the Mitigation of Interference Imposed by Intruders in Passive RFID Networks. November 2016. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-47413-7_4. Conference: 7th International ...

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