Javeria Anum Satti1),
Yasar Amin1) 2),
Hannu Tenhunen2) 4)
1) ACTSENA Research Group, University of Engineering and Technology (UET)
2) iPack Vinn Excellence Center, Department of Electronic Systems, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)
3) Department of Computer Science, School of Engineering and Information Sciences, Middlesex University
4) TUCS, Department of Information Technology, University of Turku
chipless, radio frequency identification, radar cross-section, flexibility
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A 27-bit circular shaped, highly-dense, fully printable chipless radio frequency identification (RFID) tag is presented in this letter. High data capacity is provided in a compact size. The total dimension of the tag is 22 x 22 mm2. For exciting the tag, the linearly polarized incident plane wave is used. The circular shaped tag structure is analyzed for three different substrates, i.e., Rogers RT/duroid®/5870, Taconic TLX-0 and DuPontTM Kapton® HN. The spectral range for Rogers RT/duroid®/5870 is 3.3-13.5 GHz, 3.4-13.6 GHz for Taconic TLX-0 and 3.7-15.1 GHz for DuPontTM Kapton® HN substrate. Flexibility is achieved by using Kapton® HN substrate. The presented tag is low-cost and flexible hence it can be easily deployed on wide range of objects.
Edited and published by : The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers Produced and listed by : Komiyama Printing Co., LTD.