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Design rules for chipless RFID tags based on multiple scatterers

Abstract : In this paper, we present some design rules to create a chipless RFID tag that encodes the information in the frequency domain. Some criterions are introduced to make the best choice concerning the elementary scatterers that act like signal processing antennas. The performance of several scatterers will be compared before a study on the radiating properties of a versatile C-like scatterer. An electrical model as well as a transfer function model is presented to best understand the frequency response of both a single-layer and a grounded scatterer. An example of the design and the optimization of a chipless RFID tag based on the use of multiple scatterers are provided, and the frequency optimization step for each resonant peak will be discussed. [References: 27]
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Arnaud Vena, Etienne Perret, Smail Tedjini. Design rules for chipless RFID tags based on multiple scatterers. Annals of Telecommunications - annales des télécommunications, Springer, 2013, 68 (7-8), pp.361-374. ⟨hal-01023149⟩



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