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2014-11-24
High Bit Encoding Chipless RFID Tag Using Multiple E Shaped Microstrip Resonators
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Progress In Electromagnetics Research B, Vol. 61, 185-196, 2014
Abstract
Encoding a large number of bits within a narrow band is an important factor in the development of chipless RFID tags. A novel 8 bit chipless RFID tag with a limited bandwidth of 650 MHz is proposed here. The proposed tag comprises a multi-resonating circuit with eight E-shaped microstrip resonators in the frequency band of 3.12 to 3.77 GHz and two cross-polarized transmitting and receiving monopole antennas. The unique feature of the proposed tag is that a different set of frequencies can be derived by changing a single parameter of the structure. The prototype of the tag is fabricated on a substrate C-MET LK4.3 of dielectric constant 4.3 and loss tangent 0.0018. Different tag combinations are designed and tested using bistatic measurement setup. Measurement results on realized prototypes are provided to ensure the reliability of the proposed design.
Citation
Mohan Sumi, Raghavan Dinesh, Chakkanattu Nijas, Shanta Mridula, and Pezholil Mohanan, "High Bit Encoding Chipless RFID Tag Using Multiple E Shaped Microstrip Resonators," Progress In Electromagnetics Research B, Vol. 61, 185-196, 2014.
doi:10.2528/PIERB14081301
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