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An overview of backscattered radio frequency identification system (RFID)

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1 Author(s)
Rao, K.V.S. ; Intermec Technol. Corp., Hawthorne, NY, USA

A radio frequency identification (RFID) system is a wireless communication system in which the radio link between the base station and the transponders are furnished by the modulated backscattered waves. The present paper is intended to provide a brief description of various subsystems of the RFID. The various applications of RFID are discussed. Sample results on read/write range for a transponder designed at 2.45 GHz are also discussed

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Microwave Conference, 1999 Asia Pacific  (Volume:3 )

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