By Amin Rida, Manos Tentzeris
This publication provides a step by step dialogue of the layout and improvement of radio frequency id (RFID) and RFID-enabled sensors on versatile budget friendly substrates for UHF frequency bands. a number of examples of absolutely functionality development blocks (design and fabrication of antennas, integration with ICs and microcontrollers, energy assets, in addition to inkjet-printing recommendations) show the innovative impression of this technique in budget friendly RFID and RFID-enabled sensors fields. This method might be simply prolonged to different microwave and instant purposes besides. the 1st bankruptcy describes the fundamental performance and the actual and IT-related rules underlying RFID and sensors know-how. bankruptcy explains intimately inkjet-printing know-how offering the characterization of the conductive ink, which is composed of nano-silver-particles, whereas highlighting the significance of this know-how as a quick and easy fabrication process particularly on versatile natural substrates resembling Liquid Crystal Polymer (LCP) or paper-based substrates. bankruptcy 3 demonstrates numerous compact inkjet-printed UHF RFID antennas utilizing antenna matching suggestions to compare IC's complicated impedance as prototypes to supply the evidence of notion of this expertise. bankruptcy 4 discusses some great benefits of utilizing conformal magnetic fabric as a substrate for miniaturized high-frequency circuit functions. moreover, in bankruptcy 5, the authors additionally contact up the state of the art quarter of fully-integrated instant sensor modules on natural substrates and express the 1st ever 2nd sensor integration with an RFID tag module on paper, in addition to the opportunity of 3D multilayer paper-based RF/microwave buildings. desk of Contents: Radio Frequency identity advent / versatile natural in your price range Substrates / Benchmarking RFID Prototypes on natural Substrates / Conformal Magnetic Composite RFID Tags / Inkjet-Printed RFID-Enabled Sensors
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Based on a physical approach, an equivalent lumped element circuit model was derived. The system level design and simulation tool Advanced Design System (ADS) was used to simulate the behavior of the circuit model (S11 parameter) and resulted in a negligible error function (< 10−5 ). Fig. 6 below shows the agreement between the lumped element circuit S parameters with that of the structure (from the full wave simulator). 6: S11 for the exact structure and for the equivalent circuit model. Fig. 7 shows the detailed equivalent circuit of the radiating body only.
Loss outside this frequency region, shown in Fig. 20, may vary signiﬁcantly due to potential IC impedance variations with frequency. In order to verify the performance of the inkjet-printed RFID antenna, measurements were performed on a copper-metalized antenna prototype with the same dimensions fabricated on the same paper substrate using the slow etching technique mentioned before. The return loss results are included in Fig. 20 and they show that the return loss of the inkjet-printed antenna is slightly larger than the copper one.
As a result there is another power loss in the antenna input because of power reﬂection, between the antenna and the 50 transmission line. 3) taking into account their respective measured input impedance at the operating frequency. 3) 42 CHAPTER 3. 26: Gain measurement experimental setup. 60. 9 dB. The input power after the losses is radiated from the proposed antenna (transmitter) into space and is received by the Reader Antenna (receiver). The reader antenna has gain of Gr =6 dBi and is matched to the 50 coaxial cable that connects it to the spectrum analyzer.
Design and Development of RFID and RFID-Enabled Sensors on Flexible Low Cost Substrates (Synthesis Lectures on Rf/Microwaves) by Amin Rida, Manos Tentzeris