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RFID beefs up

Abstract : A low-cost wireless sensor for the real-time detection of food contamination and quality has been developed by collaborating researchers from the Vietnam National University, and CEA-LETI and Université Grenoble Alpes in France. In their approach, RFID passive tags are transformed into sensors that show potential to create a non-invasive, robust and cheap alternative that could be used by small companies and individuals in the food industry and agriculture.
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Dat Son Nguyen, Thong Tien Pham, Eric Fribourg Blanc, Ngan Nguyen Le, Chien Mau Dang, et al.. RFID beefs up. Electronics Letters, IET, 2013, 49 (25), pp.1581-1581. ⟨10.1049/el.2013.3883⟩. ⟨hal-01023133⟩



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