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Sensor data transmission through passive RFID tags to feed wireless sensor networks

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3 Author(s)
Catarinucci, L. ; University of Salento, Lecce, Italy ; Colella, R. ; Tarricone, L.

The use of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology for the automatic transmission of physical parameters in wireless sensor networks paves the way to a large class of attractive applications. Nevertheless, although some RFID tags capable to transmit sensor- like information are already on the market, only a limited number of sensors, such as those for temperature or pressure measurement, can be easily miniaturized and embedded in the RFID chip. The integration of more complex sensors, in fact, appears to be complicated and extremely expensive. In this paper, a cost-effective general-purpose multi-ID tag is proposed. It can be connected to generic sensor and can transmit towards a standard RFID reader, a proper combination of ID codes that univocally codifies the sensor measured value. The functionalities of this device have been extensively validated under stressing conditions and the capability to transmit whatever kind of sensor data has been demonstrated.

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Microwave Symposium Digest (MTT), 2010 IEEE MTT-S International

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23-28 May 2010

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