C4.3 - RFID and Wireless Sensing

Jochen Essel, Daniel Brenk & Robert Weigel
The efforts in realizing ubiquitous integrated circuits for ambient intelligence networks increased over the past few years. In particular, the passive radio frequency identification (RFID) presents a key technology for unattended wireless networks. A typical state of the art passive RFID systemconsists of an interrogator/reader and several passive Transponders. The interrogator communicates with the transponders by a wireless peer-to-peer connection and is responsible for the power supply of the passive transponders. To achieve a higher...
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