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A passive UHF radio frequency identification (RFID) reader antenna with high transmit/receive isolation, which consists of two quadrifilar spiral antennas (QSAs) and the feeding networks, is proposed. The high isolation can be achieved by two concentric, circularly polarized antennas and 4-point feed circuits, which make the same circular polarization. The simulated and experimental results show that the transmit/receive isolation is more than 40 dB and the gains of two QSAs are 1.0 dBi for the inner QSA and 0.7 dBi for the outer QSA at the 910 MHz, respectively.
Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters, IEEE (Volume:7 )
Date of Publication: 2008