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A novel frequency reused based ID generation circuit for chipless RFID applications

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3 Author(s)
Md. Shakil Bhuiyan ; Department of Electrical & Computer Systems Engineering, Monash University, Bldg 72, Clayton Campus, Melbourne, VIC 3800, Australia ; Rubayet-E Azim ; Nemai Karmakar

In this paper, a novel fully passive ID generation circuit for radio frequency identification (RFID) applications is presented. The circuit encodes data in frequency domain, however, it reuses the frequency band to yield more bits compared to existing spectral signature based tags. The circuit comprises of two multiresonating circuits and one broadband power divider. The circuit is interrogated with a short duration Ultra-Wideband (UWB) pulse. The specific ID generated by the circuit is retrieved by analyzing the retransmitted UWB pulses. When combined with compact planar UWB antennas, the ID generation circuit has potential for ultra-low cost item tagging.

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Asia-Pacific Microwave Conference 2011

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5-8 Dec. 2011