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Temporal multi-frequency encoding technique for chipless RFID applications

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3 Author(s)
Nair, R. ; Grenoble-INP/LCIS 50, rue Barthélémy de Laffemas - BP 54 26902 Valence Cedex 9 - France ; Perret, E. ; Tedjini, S.

A novel temporal multi-frequency encoding technique based on group delay for chipless Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tag is presented. Cascaded microstrip transmission line sections coupled at alternative ends (C-sections) are utilized to generate the tag Identification (ID). C-sections are dispersive structures, have a group delay maximum at different frequencies which is purely dependent on the length of the C-section. The proposed device is designed, prototyped and experimentally verified for 2 bit coding. The obtained results confirm the concept and its use in chipless RFID applications. Furthermore the transformation of the prototype into chipless tag using simulation results is also incorporated.

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Microwave Symposium Digest (MTT), 2012 IEEE MTT-S International

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17-22 June 2012

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