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RFID Antennas | RFID Tag & Loop Antenna Design | Radio ...
NFC Near Field Communications
RFID antennas form a particularly important element of any overall RFID system. There are two main types, namely the RFID tag antenna and the RFID reader antenna (this RFID antenna may also be part of an RFID transceiver or RFID printer, etc).
When designing an RFID antenna system, items that are determined by the system need to be considered. For example the...
Design of RFID tag antennas using an inductively coupled ...
...(O hm ) real imagsFigure 31.sInput impedance of the simulated 915 MHz UHF RFID sshape antenna.santenna input impedance (Zant =59.7 +j96.4) is lower around 915 MHz compared tosinductively coupled feed =-=-=- matching networks. Antennas designed using inductivelyscoupled feed structures yield high phase angles (i.e. Zant = 6.2 +j127). As explained in thespaper...
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...
RFID-Handbook - Active Load Modulation
Inductive coupled RFID systems are being used in a huge number of applications such as payment (credit cards), ticketing (public transport and events), access control (company card) and identity verification (ePass, eID). Inductive coupled RFID systems operated in the 13.56 MHz band and are primarily covered by the ISO/IEC standards 14443, 15693, 18000-3 and 18092. The...
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13.56MHz RFID Systems and Antennas Design Guide
13.56MHz RFID Systems and Antennas Design Guide:
This is aimed at providing 13.56 MHz RFID systems designers with a practical cookbook on how to optimize RFID systems and antennas. A thorough analysis of the most important RFID system parameters is presented. The emphasis is placed on physical concepts, rather than on lengthy theoretical calculations.
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The simplest possible RFID emulator | T4F
The simplest possible RFID emulator
Before reading this section, you should check first " RFID for nerds and hobbyist ".
Keep in mind that this information applys for low frequency RFID. Several changes
When looking for a low frequency RFID emulator for security testing purposes, you can find several designs out there. However, their complexity can make you think twice before building one.