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Design Consideration of UHF RFID Tag for Increased Reading ...
We investigated the design trade-off in the development of UHF-band RFID tag for increased reading range. Using the quality factors of the tag antenna and tag chip as design parameters, the effects of the quality factors on the turn-on voltage of the tag chip and the...
Coplanar UHF RFID tag antenna with U-shaped inductively ...
Affiliation Department of Computer and Communication Systems, Faculty of Engineering, Universiti Putra Malaysia, 43400 UPM Serdang, Selangor, Malaysia
Coplanar UHF RFID tag antenna with U-shaped inductively coupled feed for metallic applications
Karrar Naji Salman,
Raja Syamsul Azmir Raja Abdullah,
In this paper, we present a novel compact, coplanar, tag antenna...
Micro UHF RFID Reader - JADAK
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o RF Power output adjustable up to 30 dBm: Results in tag read distance over...
RFID tag antenna based temperature sensing - researchgate.net
Email: rahul b, floerkem and email@example.com
Abstract--Temperature monitoring is important in a num-
ber of fields, particularly cold supply chain applications. Most
commercial wireless temperature sensors consist of transceivers,
memory and batteries to maintain a temperature time history but
this is expensive and allows for limited sensor deployment. In this
paper, we propose a low cost...
Date: 2016-11-23 11:26:46
Related topics : rfid tag antenna based temperature sensing / rfid tag temperature sensor / long range passive rfid tag for sensor networks / dipole antenna design for uhf rfid tags / antenna design for uhf rfid tags
Types of RFID - Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
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3.��� Types of RFID
The single acronym RFID is used to describe a variety of radio technologies, optimized for different types of applications. �The key distinctions are in the radio frequency band employed for communications, the means by which the RFID tag is powered, and the conventions used for communicating between the tag and the reader.
Electromagnetic waves are...
Advanced RFID Measurements: Basic Theory to Protocol ...
Table 1. Comparison of the Typical RFID Read Range According to Frequency Band (Passive Tags)
While Table 1 compares the read range of passive tags, note that there are actually three RFID tag types: active, passive, and semiactive. Because active and semiactive tags use an onboard power source to power the tag response, they are typically capable of much longer read ranges. Passive tags, on...