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Radio Frequency Identification Fundamentals and Applications

Design Methods and Solutions

Edited by Cristina Turcu

Ştefan cel Mare University of Suceava, Romania

This book, entitled Radio Frequency Identification Fundamentals and Applications, Bringing Research to Practice, bridges the gap between theory and practice and brings together a variety of research results and practical solutions in the field of RFID. The book is a rich collection of articles written by people from all over the world: teachers, researchers, engineers, and technical people with strong background in the RFID area. Developed as a source of information on RFID technology, the book addresses a wide audience including designers for RFID systems, researchers, students and anyone who would like to learn about this field. At this point I would like to express my thanks to all scientists who were kind enough to contribute to the success of this project by presenting numerous technical studies and research results. However, we couldn’t have published this book without the effort of InTech team. I wish to extend my most sincere gratitude to InTech publishing house for continuing to publish new, interesting and valuable books for all of us.

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Radio Frequency Identification Fundamentals and ApplicationsDesign Methods and SolutionsEdited by Cristina Turcu

Published: February 1st 2010

DOI: 10.5772/175

ISBN: 978-953-7619-72-5

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-953-51-6409-8

Copyright year: 2010

Books open for chapter submissions

81065 Total Chapter Downloads

32 Crossref Citations

44 Web of Science Citations

57 Dimensions Citations


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1. Hardware Design and Deployment Issues in UHF RFID Systems

By Byung-Jun Jang


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2. Design Considerations for the Digital Core of a C1G2 RFID Tag

By Ibon Zalbide, Juan F. Sevillano and Igone Vélez


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3. Design of Space-Filling Antennas for Passive UHF RFID Tags

By Benjamin D. Braaten, Gregory J. Owen and Robert M. Nelson


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4. Design of Passive UHF RFID Tag Antennas Using Metamaterial-Based Structures and Techniques

By Benjamin D. Braaten and Robert P. Scheeler


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5. RFID Antennas – Possibilities and Limitations

By Johan Sidén and Hans-Erik Nilsson


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6. Antennas of RFID Tags

By Ahmed M. A. Salama


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7. Near Field On Chip RFID Antenna Design

By Alberto Vargas and Lukas Vojtech


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8. RFID TAGs Coil's Dimensional Parameters Optimization As Excitable Linear Bifurcation System

By Ofer Aluf


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9. Active RFID TAGs System Analysis of Energy Consumption As Excitable Linear Bifurcation System

By Ofer Aluf


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10. RFID Tag Antennas Mountable on Metallic Platforms

By Byunggil Yu, Frances J. Harackiewicz and Byungje Lee


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11. RFID in Metal Environments: An Overview on Low (LF) and Ultra-Low (ULF) Frequency Systemsled

By D. Ciudad, P. Cobos Arribas, P. Sanchez and C. Aroca


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12. Development of Metallic Coil Identification System Based on RFID

By Myunsik Kim, Beobsung Song, Daegeun Ju, Eunjung Choi, and Byunglok Cho


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13. Virtual Optimisation and Verification of Inductively Coupled Transponder Systems

By Frank Deicke, Hagen Grätz and Wolf-Joachim Fischer


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14. Fabrication and Encapsulation Processes for Flexible Smart RFID Tags

By Estefania Abad, Barbara Mazzolai, Aritz Juarros, Alessio Mondini, Angelika Krenkow and Thomas Becker


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15. Conduct Radio Frequencies with Inks

By Rudie Oldenzijl, Gregory Gaitens and Douglass Dixon


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16. Inkjet Printing and Alternative Sintering of Narrow Conductive Tracks on Flexible Substrates for Plastic Electronic Applications

By Jolke Perelaer and Ulrich S. Schubert


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17. Tag4M, a Wi-Fi RFID Active Tag Optimized for Sensor Measurements

By Silviu Folea and Marius Ghercioiu


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18. Organic RFID Tags

By Kris Myny, Soeren Steudel, Peter Vicca, Monique J. Beenhakkers, Nick A.J.M. van Aerle, Gerwin H. Gelinck, Jan Genoe, Wim Dehaene, and Paul Heremans


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