Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Advanced Radio Frequency Identification Design and Applications

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Stevan Preradovic
Stevan Preradovic

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers,
United States of America

Published22 March 2011

Doi10.5772/617

ISBN978-953-307-168-8

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-953-51-5989-6

Copyright year2011

Number of pages296

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is a modern wireless data transmission and reception technique for applications including automatic identification, asset tracking and security surveillance. This book focuses on the advances in RFID tag antenna and ASIC design, novel chipless RFID tag design, security protocol enhancements along with some novel applications of RFID.

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1. Operating Range Evaluation of RFID Systems

By Peter. H. Cole, Zhonghao Hu and Yuexian Wang

3,626
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2,327
4. An Inductive Self-complementary Hilbert-curve Antenna for UHF RFID Tags

By Ji-Chyun Liu, Bing-Hao Zeng and Dau-Chyrh Chang

4,190
1
7. Fully Printable Chipless RFID Tag

By Stevan Preradovic and Nemai Karmakar

6,400
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8. The Interaction of Electrostatic Discharge and RFID

By Cherish Bauer-Reich, Michael Reich and Robert Nelson

3,876
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9. Privacy-enhanced RFID Tag Search System

By Ji Young Chun, Jung Yeon Hwang and Dong Hoon Lee

2,005
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