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  • US7361251B2 - RFID label technique - Google Patents

    An RFID webstock containing a relatively high pitch-density array of semiconductive chips is provided and joined to a web bearing relatively widely spaced antennas in a continuous process. The RFID webstock is separated or cut into individual chip sections, with the spacing of the chips being increased as the RFID webstock is die cut. The individual chips on the sections are then …

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  • Wearable biosensors for healthcare monitoring

    Wearable biosensors are garnering substantial interest due to their potential to provide continuous, real-time physiological information in an array of healthcare-related applications via dynamic non-invasive measurements of chemical markers in biofluids, such …

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  • A review: RFID technology having sensing aptitudes for ...

    2017-4-1u2002·u2002The oxygen indicators are activated by a difference in pressure and used in intelligent packaging applications. Espinosa et al. (2010) developed gas sensitive coatings manufactured from metal oxide layers (tin oxide or tungsten oxide), onboard of a RFID flexible tag, in the objective of monitoring climatic fruit during transport and vending.

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  • Electronic identification technology for agriculture ...

    2016-2-22u2002·u2002The spread of electronic identification tools is outstanding, but applications in agriculture are lagging behind, with the exception of those for livestock in which various animal parameters, input, and output can be verified (Voulodimos et al. 2010).RFID systems permit remote monitoring of animals using dedicated hardware and software.

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  • A review on advanced wireless passive temperature sensors ...

    Abstract. Now-a-days inductor-capacitor (LC) resonator based sensors are widely used in the field of measurement for the measurement of different parameters like pressure, humidity, strain, temperature, pH etc. The basic principle of the sensor is inductive coupling between two loosely coupled inductors in sensing side and reading side.

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  • Flexible diodes for radio frequency (RF) electronics: a ...

    2017-10-30u2002·u2002Download figure: Standard image High-resolution image The seminal paper on RFID was published almost 70 years ago by an electronic engineer who foresaw the progression of radar 'on-off' technology to a more complicated radio wave communication through signal modulation [].However, a prerequisite for the emergence of the first applications was the maturity of …

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  • Functional biomaterials towards flexible electronics and ...

    2018-11-15u2002·u20021. Introduction. Flexible wearable electronic devices which can tolerate or withstand the stretching or bending forces, or other large deformation have been widely investigated in past decades (Wu et al., 2010).The flexible, extensible electronic device normally consists of traditional rigid board systems and stretchable materials: the former typically shows good mechanical …

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  • Recent advances in wearable sensors for animal health ...

    2017-2-1u2002·u2002PLF works for animal welfare through a variety of devices, including automated tools that integrate audio- and video-captured data for early disease detection and warning systems ().The sound and image data is analyzed by animal experts into a database used for creating suitable algorithms, .. A technology called Flockman™ is a recent and innovative feed control system for …

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  • Wearable Health Devices—Vital Sign Monitoring, Systems

    2018-7-25u2002·u20021. Introduction. Wearable Health Devices (WHDs) are an emerging technology that enables continuous ambulatory monitoring of human vital signs during daily life (during work, at home, during sport activities, etc.) or in a clinical environment, with the advantage of minimizing discomfort and interference with normal human activities [].WHDs are part of personal health systems, a concept ...

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  • Adhesives for RFID Bonding

    2021-7-28u2002·u2002RFID tag bonding to item – high strength permanent bonding of RFID tags to equipment, vehicles, tools, medical devices etc. This can be done with several different types of adhesive depending on the application and user preferences: cyanoacrylates – these offer the …

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  • US7224280B2 - RFID device and method of forming -

    A radio frequency identification (RFID) inlay includes an electrical connection between a chip and an antenna. The electrical connection includes conductive interposer leads and a capacitive connection. The capacitive connection may involve putting the antenna and the interposer leads into close proximity, with dielectric pads therebetween, to allow capacitive coupling between the antenna and ...

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  • Electronic identification technology for agriculture ...

    2016-2-22u2002·u2002The spread of electronic identification tools is outstanding, but applications in agriculture are lagging behind, with the exception of those for livestock in which various animal parameters, input, and output can be verified (Voulodimos et al. 2010).RFID systems permit remote monitoring of animals using dedicated hardware and software.

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  • Recent advances in nano-materials for packaging of ...

    2019-7-18u2002·u2002In recent years, Moore's law had a remarkable effect on predicting the development of semiconductor technology. As the size of devices shrinks to micro scale or nano scale, Intel's newest 10-nm logic technology is scheduled to start product shipments before the end of 2017. Moore's law will not die out, as the research scale reaches the atomic scale, 'new devices' and new ...

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  • Flexible diodes for radio frequency (RF) electronics: a ...

    2017-10-30u2002·u2002Download figure: Standard image High-resolution image The seminal paper on RFID was published almost 70 years ago by an electronic engineer who foresaw the progression of radar 'on-off' technology to a more complicated radio wave communication through signal modulation [].However, a prerequisite for the emergence of the first applications was the maturity of microelectronics and …

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  • Sensors

    Sensors is the leading international, peer-reviewed, open access journal on the science and technology of sensors. Sensors is published semimonthly online by MDPI. The Polish Society of Applied Electromagnetics (PTZE), Japan Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (JSPRS) and Spanish Society of Biomedical Engineering (SEIB) are affiliated with Sensors and their members receive a …

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  • Edible Electronics: The Vision and the Challenge - Sharova ...

    Poly(dimethylsiloxane) (PDMS) silicone, on the other hand, is widely used in flexible electronics and medical devices, and in its pure form, without cross‐linker agent, is employed as a food additive (E900). Silicones in particular are logical candidates for use as flexible …

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  • (PDF) IOT for Agriculture: Food Quality and Safety

    2018-4-7u2002·u2002The purpose of this paper is to explore th e possibility of ap plying IOT. for agriculture to trace and track food quality and safety. Mobile ap plication for food freshness. investigation was ...

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  • RFID technology, Rugged Handhelds, RFID Reader and

    2020-3-8u2002·u2002It has an outstanding reading performance with reading distances of up to 3m (depending on RFID tag type and environmental conditions). Thanks to the battery with 5000 mAh, the AGX CW71 guarantees easy handling and a very high autonomy. The PDA comes with an UHF and NFC RFID Reader. THIS MODEL FEATURES. RFID Reader UHF (NFC Reader)

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  • Adhesives for RFID Bonding

    2021-7-28u2002·u2002RFID tag bonding to item – high strength permanent bonding of RFID tags to equipment, vehicles, tools, medical devices etc. This can be done with several different types of adhesive depending on the application and user preferences: cyanoacrylates – these offer the …

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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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  • Functional biomaterials towards flexible electronics and ...

    2018-11-15u2002·u20021. Introduction. Flexible wearable electronic devices which can tolerate or withstand the stretching or bending forces, or other large deformation have been widely investigated in past decades (Wu et al., 2010).The flexible, extensible electronic device normally consists of traditional rigid board systems and stretchable materials: the former typically shows good mechanical properties and the ...

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  • Electrical gas sensors for meat freshness assessment and ...

    Scope and approach. The present work gives an overview of the existing gas sensors applied to meat quality monitoring, with emphasis on a particular class of gas sensors, the electrical gas sensors.This type of sensors has been shown to have a promissory interface with wireless technologies, such as the existing NFC (near field communication) and RFID (radio frequency identification) sensor ...

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  • Recent Trends in Active, Smart, and Intelligent Packaging ...

    2018-1-1u2002·u2002The RFID market was worth US$6.96 billion in 2012 and increased to US$7.77 billion in 2013 and US$8.89 billion in 2014. Market worth consists of tags, readers, software/services for cards, labels, fobs, and so forth. According to the RFID Forecast, 2014–2024, the market value is expected to rise to US$18.68 by 2026.

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  • Flexible diodes for radio frequency (RF) electronics: a ...

    2017-10-30u2002·u2002Download figure: Standard image High-resolution image The seminal paper on RFID was published almost 70 years ago by an electronic engineer who foresaw the progression of radar 'on-off' technology to a more complicated radio wave communication through signal modulation [].However, a prerequisite for the emergence of the first applications was the maturity of microelectronics and …

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  • Smart packaging: sensors for monitoring of food quality ...

    2011-11-30u2002·u2002Smart packaging utilises chemical sensor or biosensor to monitor the quality & safety of food from the producers to the costumers. This technology can result in a variety of sensor designs that are suitable for monitoring of food quality and safety, such as freshness, pathogens, leakage, carbon dioxide, oxygen, pH, time or temperature. Thus ...

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  • ACF bonding technology for paper- and PET-based

    2021-1-2u2002·u2002In light of the necessity to introduce reliable interconnection technologies for the development of disposable diagnostic kits, fine-pitch flip-chip integration of bare silicon dies on the paper and polyethylene terephthalate (PET)-based substrates have gained increasing importance. As the key-enabler of a hybrid electronic system, the interconnection technology should provide reliable ...

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  • Final Exam Flashcards

    A simple movable metal type was even in use in Korea in the 13th century. Gutenberg's printing press was a significant leap forward, however, for two important reasons. Gutenberg was a goldsmith and a metallurgist. He hit on the idea of using metal type crafted from lead molds in place of type made from wood or clay. This was an important advance.

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