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  • A compact antenna design for UHF RFID applications

    Radio frequency identification (RFID) is a non-contact automatic identification technology that uses radio frequency to identify and track objects [1, 2]. Due to the advantages of high data rate ...

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  • Passive UHF RFID tag for heat sensing applications ...

    Passive UHF Radio frequency identification (RFID) technology is considered promising among the existing Internet of Things (IoT) solutions due to its low cost, easy maintenance, and extended ...

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  • A Review of RFID Sensors, the New Frontier of Internet of ...

    2021-4-30u2002·u20021. Introduction. Radio frequency identification (RFID) is a low-cost wireless technology that makes possible the connection of billions of things, enabling consumers and businesses to engage, identify, locate, transact, and authenticate products [].The general RFID market has seen a considerable growth over the past few years in terms of the number of RFID tags sold.

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  • Dual-band UHF RFID tag antenna using two eccentric ...

    A low profile dual-band passive Ultra High Frequency Radio Frequency Identification (UHF RFID) tag antenna designed to operate at two RFID bands allocated for use in Europe (865–868 MHz) and ...

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  • Sensors

    Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) sensors, integrating the features of Wireless Information and Power Transfer (WIPT), object identification and energy efficient sensing capabilities, have been considered a new paradigm of sensing and communication for the futuristic information systems. RFID sensor tags featuring contactless sensing, wireless information transfer, wireless powered, light ...

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  • Classifying RFID attacks and defenses

    2009-7-29u2002·u2002RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) systems are one of the most pervasive computing technologies with technical potential and profitable opportunities in a diverse area of applications. Among their advantages is included their low cost and their broad applicability. However, they also present a number of inherent vulnerabilities. This paper develops a structural methodology for risks that ...

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  • (PDF) The Interaction of Electrostatic Discharge and RFID

    EPCglobalGen1 (2002). 860 MHz - 930 MHz Class 1 Radio Frequency Identification T ag Radio Frequency and Logical Communication Interface Specification Candidate Recommendation, V …

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  • (PDF) Integrated RFID and Sensor Networks: Architectures ...

    et al. [75] an integrated RFID-sensor network that follows the mix architecture consists. of three types of devices: the smart stations, the normal RFID tags, and the normal. sensor nodes (Figure ...

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  • A compact antenna design for UHF RFID applications

    Radio frequency identification (RFID) is a non-contact automatic identification technology that uses radio frequency to identify and track objects [1, 2]. Due to the advantages of high data rate ...

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  • Passive UHF RFID tag for heat sensing applications ...

    Passive UHF Radio frequency identification (RFID) technology is considered promising among the existing Internet of Things (IoT) solutions due to its low cost, easy maintenance, and extended ...

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  • A Review of RFID Sensors, the New Frontier of Internet of ...

    2021-4-30u2002·u20021. Introduction. Radio frequency identification (RFID) is a low-cost wireless technology that makes possible the connection of billions of things, enabling consumers and businesses to engage, identify, locate, transact, and authenticate products [].The general RFID market has seen a considerable growth over the past few years in terms of the number of RFID tags sold.

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  • Dual-band UHF RFID tag antenna using two eccentric ...

    A low profile dual-band passive Ultra High Frequency Radio Frequency Identification (UHF RFID) tag antenna designed to operate at two RFID bands allocated for use in Europe (865–868 MHz) and ...

    Get Price
  • Sensors

    Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) sensors, integrating the features of Wireless Information and Power Transfer (WIPT), object identification and energy efficient sensing capabilities, have been considered a new paradigm of sensing and communication for the futuristic information systems. RFID sensor tags featuring contactless sensing, wireless information transfer, wireless powered, …

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  • Low-Profile Flexible UHF RFID Tag Design for Wristbands ...

    2018-6-7u2002·u2002In this study, a low-profile ultrahigh frequency (UHF) radio-frequency identification (RFID) tag antenna designed for wristbands in healthcare applications is proposed. The radiator is based on the open-slot cavity technique that is composed of a slotted patch (double-T slots) loaded onto a flexible open cavity. The proposed slotted design can easily allow the tag's input …

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  • Classifying RFID attacks and defenses

    2009-7-29u2002·u2002RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) systems are one of the most pervasive computing technologies with technical potential and profitable opportunities in a diverse area of applications. Among their advantages is included their low cost and their broad applicability. However, they also present a number of inherent vulnerabilities. This paper develops a structural …

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  • (PDF) The Interaction of Electrostatic Discharge and RFID

    EPCglobalGen1 (2002). 860 MHz - 930 MHz Class 1 Radio Frequency Identification T ag Radio Frequency and Logical Communication Interface Specification Candidate Recommendation, V ersion 1.0.1, 1 ...

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  • (PDF) Integrated RFID and Sensor Networks: Architectures ...

    et al. [75] an integrated RFID-sensor network that follows the mix architecture consists. of three types of devices: the smart stations, the normal RFID tags, and the normal. sensor nodes (Figure ...

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  • A compact antenna design for UHF RFID applications

    Radio frequency identification (RFID) is a non-contact automatic identification technology that uses radio frequency to identify and track objects [1, 2]. Due to the advantages of high data rate ...

    Get Price
  • Passive UHF RFID tag for heat sensing applications ...

    Passive UHF Radio frequency identification (RFID) technology is considered promising among the existing Internet of Things (IoT) solutions due to its low cost, easy maintenance, and extended ...

    Get Price
  • A Review of RFID Sensors, the New Frontier of Internet of ...

    2021-4-30u2002·u20021. Introduction. Radio frequency identification (RFID) is a low-cost wireless technology that makes possible the connection of billions of things, enabling consumers and businesses to engage, identify, locate, transact, and authenticate products [].The general RFID market has seen a considerable growth over the past few years in terms of the number of RFID tags sold.

    Get Price
  • Dual-band UHF RFID tag antenna using two eccentric ...

    A low profile dual-band passive Ultra High Frequency Radio Frequency Identification (UHF RFID) tag antenna designed to operate at two RFID bands allocated for use in Europe (865–868 MHz) and ...

    Get Price
  • Sensors

    Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) sensors, integrating the features of Wireless Information and Power Transfer (WIPT), object identification and energy efficient sensing capabilities, have been considered a new paradigm of sensing and communication for the futuristic information systems. RFID sensor tags featuring contactless sensing, wireless information transfer, wireless powered, light ...

    Get Price
  • Low-Profile Flexible UHF RFID Tag Design for Wristbands ...

    2018-6-7u2002·u2002In this study, a low-profile ultrahigh frequency (UHF) radio-frequency identification (RFID) tag antenna designed for wristbands in healthcare applications is proposed. The radiator is based on the open-slot cavity technique that is composed of a slotted patch (double-T slots) loaded onto a flexible open cavity. The proposed slotted design can easily allow the tag's input impedance to be ...

    Get Price
  • Classifying RFID attacks and defenses

    2009-7-29u2002·u2002RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) systems are one of the most pervasive computing technologies with technical potential and profitable opportunities in a diverse area of applications. Among their advantages is included their low cost and their broad applicability. However, they also present a number of inherent vulnerabilities. This paper develops a structural methodology for risks that ...

    Get Price
  • (PDF) The Interaction of Electrostatic Discharge and RFID

    EPCglobalGen1 (2002). 860 MHz - 930 MHz Class 1 Radio Frequency Identification T ag Radio Frequency and Logical Communication Interface Specification Candidate Recommendation, V …

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  • (PDF) Integrated RFID and Sensor Networks: Architectures ...

    et al. [75] an integrated RFID-sensor network that follows the mix architecture consists. of three types of devices: the smart stations, the normal RFID tags, and the normal. sensor nodes (Figure ...

    Get Price
  • A compact antenna design for UHF RFID applications

    Radio frequency identification (RFID) is a non-contact automatic identification technology that uses radio frequency to identify and track objects [1, 2]. Due to the advantages of high data rate ...

    Get Price
  • Passive UHF RFID tag for heat sensing applications ...

    Passive UHF Radio frequency identification (RFID) technology is considered promising among the existing Internet of Things (IoT) solutions due to its low cost, easy maintenance, and extended ...

    Get Price
  • A Review of RFID Sensors, the New Frontier of Internet of ...

    2021-4-30u2002·u20021. Introduction. Radio frequency identification (RFID) is a low-cost wireless technology that makes possible the connection of billions of things, enabling consumers and businesses to engage, identify, locate, transact, and authenticate products [].The general RFID market has seen a considerable growth over the past few years in terms of the number of RFID tags sold.

    Get Price
  • Dual-band UHF RFID tag antenna using two eccentric ...

    A low profile dual-band passive Ultra High Frequency Radio Frequency Identification (UHF RFID) tag antenna designed to operate at two RFID bands allocated for use in Europe (865–868 MHz) and ...

    Get Price
  • Sensors

    Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) sensors, integrating the features of Wireless Information and Power Transfer (WIPT), object identification and energy efficient sensing capabilities, have been considered a new paradigm of sensing and communication for the futuristic information systems. RFID sensor tags featuring contactless sensing, wireless information transfer, wireless powered, …

    Get Price
  • Low-Profile Flexible UHF RFID Tag Design for Wristbands ...

    2018-6-7u2002·u2002In this study, a low-profile ultrahigh frequency (UHF) radio-frequency identification (RFID) tag antenna designed for wristbands in healthcare applications is proposed. The radiator is based on the open-slot cavity technique that is composed of a slotted patch (double-T slots) loaded onto a flexible open cavity. The proposed slotted design can easily allow the tag's input …

    Get Price
  • Classifying RFID attacks and defenses

    2009-7-29u2002·u2002RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) systems are one of the most pervasive computing technologies with technical potential and profitable opportunities in a diverse area of applications. Among their advantages is included their low cost and their broad applicability. However, they also present a number of inherent vulnerabilities. This paper develops a structural …

    Get Price
  • (PDF) The Interaction of Electrostatic Discharge and RFID

    EPCglobalGen1 (2002). 860 MHz - 930 MHz Class 1 Radio Frequency Identification T ag Radio Frequency and Logical Communication Interface Specification Candidate Recommendation, V ersion 1.0.1, 1 ...

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  • (PDF) Integrated RFID and Sensor Networks: Architectures ...

    et al. [75] an integrated RFID-sensor network that follows the mix architecture consists. of three types of devices: the smart stations, the normal RFID tags, and the normal. sensor nodes (Figure ...

    Get Price
  • A compact antenna design for UHF RFID applications

    Radio frequency identification (RFID) is a non-contact automatic identification technology that uses radio frequency to identify and track objects [1, 2]. Due to the advantages of high data rate ...

    Get Price
  • Passive UHF RFID tag for heat sensing applications ...

    Passive UHF Radio frequency identification (RFID) technology is considered promising among the existing Internet of Things (IoT) solutions due to its low cost, easy maintenance, and extended ...

    Get Price
  • A Review of RFID Sensors, the New Frontier of Internet of ...

    2021-4-30u2002·u20021. Introduction. Radio frequency identification (RFID) is a low-cost wireless technology that makes possible the connection of billions of things, enabling consumers and businesses to engage, identify, locate, transact, and authenticate products [].The general RFID market has seen a considerable growth over the past few years in terms of the number of RFID tags sold.

    Get Price
  • Dual-band UHF RFID tag antenna using two eccentric ...

    A low profile dual-band passive Ultra High Frequency Radio Frequency Identification (UHF RFID) tag antenna designed to operate at two RFID bands allocated for use in Europe (865–868 MHz) and ...

    Get Price
  • Sensors

    Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) sensors, integrating the features of Wireless Information and Power Transfer (WIPT), object identification and energy efficient sensing capabilities, have been considered a new paradigm of sensing and communication for the futuristic information systems. RFID sensor tags featuring contactless sensing, wireless information transfer, wireless powered, light ...

    Get Price
  • Low-Profile Flexible UHF RFID Tag Design for Wristbands ...

    2018-6-7u2002·u2002In this study, a low-profile ultrahigh frequency (UHF) radio-frequency identification (RFID) tag antenna designed for wristbands in healthcare applications is proposed. The radiator is based on the open-slot cavity technique that is composed of a slotted patch (double-T slots) loaded onto a flexible open cavity. The proposed slotted design can easily allow the tag's input impedance to be ...

    Get Price
  • Classifying RFID attacks and defenses

    2009-7-29u2002·u2002RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) systems are one of the most pervasive computing technologies with technical potential and profitable opportunities in a diverse area of applications. Among their advantages is included their low cost and their broad applicability. However, they also present a number of inherent vulnerabilities. This paper develops a structural methodology for risks that ...

    Get Price
  • (PDF) The Interaction of Electrostatic Discharge and RFID

    EPCglobalGen1 (2002). 860 MHz - 930 MHz Class 1 Radio Frequency Identification T ag Radio Frequency and Logical Communication Interface Specification Candidate Recommendation, V …

    Get Price
  • (PDF) Integrated RFID and Sensor Networks: Architectures ...

    et al. [75] an integrated RFID-sensor network that follows the mix architecture consists. of three types of devices: the smart stations, the normal RFID tags, and the normal. sensor nodes (Figure ...

    Get Price
  • A compact antenna design for UHF RFID applications

    Radio frequency identification (RFID) is a non-contact automatic identification technology that uses radio frequency to identify and track objects [1, 2]. Due to the advantages of high data rate ...

    Get Price
  • Passive UHF RFID tag for heat sensing applications ...

    Passive UHF Radio frequency identification (RFID) technology is considered promising among the existing Internet of Things (IoT) solutions due to its low cost, easy maintenance, and extended ...

    Get Price
  • A Review of RFID Sensors, the New Frontier of Internet of ...

    2021-4-30u2002·u20021. Introduction. Radio frequency identification (RFID) is a low-cost wireless technology that makes possible the connection of billions of things, enabling consumers and businesses to engage, identify, locate, transact, and authenticate products [].The general RFID market has seen a considerable growth over the past few years in terms of the number of RFID tags sold.

    Get Price
  • Dual-band UHF RFID tag antenna using two eccentric ...

    A low profile dual-band passive Ultra High Frequency Radio Frequency Identification (UHF RFID) tag antenna designed to operate at two RFID bands allocated for use in Europe (865–868 MHz) and ...

    Get Price
  • Sensors

    Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) sensors, integrating the features of Wireless Information and Power Transfer (WIPT), object identification and energy efficient sensing capabilities, have been considered a new paradigm of sensing and communication for the futuristic information systems. RFID sensor tags featuring contactless sensing, wireless information transfer, wireless powered, light ...

    Get Price
  • Low-Profile Flexible UHF RFID Tag Design for Wristbands ...

    2018-6-7u2002·u2002In this study, a low-profile ultrahigh frequency (UHF) radio-frequency identification (RFID) tag antenna designed for wristbands in healthcare applications is proposed. The radiator is based on the open-slot cavity technique that is composed of a slotted patch (double-T slots) loaded onto a flexible open cavity. The proposed slotted design can easily allow the tag's input impedance to be ...

    Get Price
  • Classifying RFID attacks and defenses

    2009-7-29u2002·u2002RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) systems are one of the most pervasive computing technologies with technical potential and profitable opportunities in a diverse area of applications. Among their advantages is included their low cost and their broad applicability. However, they also present a number of inherent vulnerabilities. This paper develops a structural methodology for risks that ...

    Get Price
  • (PDF) The Interaction of Electrostatic Discharge and RFID

    EPCglobalGen1 (2002). 860 MHz - 930 MHz Class 1 Radio Frequency Identification T ag Radio Frequency and Logical Communication Interface Specification Candidate Recommendation, V …

    Get Price
  • (PDF) Integrated RFID and Sensor Networks: Architectures ...

    et al. [75] an integrated RFID-sensor network that follows the mix architecture consists. of three types of devices: the smart stations, the normal RFID tags, and the normal. sensor nodes (Figure ...

    Get Price