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Smart tag detection techniques for chipless RFID systems
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is a wireless technology used to automatically identify objects attached to its tags. Its applications span in different areas such as inventory control, logistics, security and item tracking. Vast majority of commercially available RFID tags use Application-Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs) to encode and transmit data. This micro-chip in the RFID tag...
Chipless RFID - The End Game | IDTechEx Research Article
Chipless RFID - The End Game
RFID tags that do not contain a silicon chip are called chipless tags. The primary potential benefit of the most promising chipless tags is that eventually they could be printed directly on products and packaging for 0.1 cents and replace ten trillion barcodes yearly with something far more versatile and reliable. Learn more from exclusive new IDTechEx research.
Fully printed chipless RFID tag applications on industry ...
The NCRFID project pretends to push the-state-of-the-art in printed chipless RFID systems by addressing, identifying and solving actual challenges faced by this novel technology. The developments proposed in NCRFID project will cover the following aspects: behavior improvements, ink issues, use of novel substrates, tags with 3D shapes, surrounding effects, advanced reader design, novel sensor...
Date: 2017-03-04 00:40:31
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What is automatic identification?
Automatic identification, or auto ID for short, is the broad term given to a host of technologies that are used to help machines identify objects. Auto identification is often coupled with automatic data capture. That is, companies want to identify items, capture...
What Is the Future of RFID Technology? - lowrysolutions.com
RFID technology is poised for some significant advancements fueled by what analysts say will be more rapid growth in healthcare, retail, food safety, and other markets. The future of RFID is growing and expanding as more industries and companies invest in the technology. As a result, RFID is becoming more cost-effective than ever for solving real-world business challenges.
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Embedded Singularity Chipless RFID Tags - IEEE ...
IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation > 2011 > 59 > 11 > 3961 - 3968
Every structure scatters an impulse plane wave in a unique fashion. The structural information of an object can be extracted by analyzing the late-time scattered field as the impulse-response of the structure. The late-time scattered field, which represents the source-free response of the structure, contains a summation of damped sinusoids. The frequency and damping factor of these damped sinusoids are uniquely associated with the structural information, and can be used to identify an...
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