Chipless Radio Frequency Identification.pdf

Chipless Radio Frequency Identification.pdf


A chipless RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) tag does not use integrated circuit technology to store information, as is typical. Chipless RFID, which can be printed directly on products or packaging, will become the dominant RFID system in the near future, replacing bar codes. Written by the leading expert in the field, this book discusses the designs of various chipless RFID tags, a green technology that does not require batteries or a power source to streamline and improve merchandising industrial systems. A must-have guide for RFID researchers in academia and industry.


Chapter 1 Introduction

1.1 Chipless RFID

1.2 Chipless RFID Tag Reader

1.3 Conclusion

1.4 References

Chapter 2 Signal space representation of chipless RFID signatures

2. 1 Wireless communication systems and chipless RFID systems

2. 2  The geometric representation of Signals in a signal space

2. 3  Noval model for the representation of chipless RFID signatures

2. 4  Performance analysis

2. 5  Experimental results using the complete Tag

2. 6  References

Chapter 3 Time Domain Analysis of Frequency Signature Based Chipless RFID

3.1 Limitations of Current Continuous Wave Swept frequency interrogation and reading methods for chipless RFID

3.2 UWB-IR interrogation of Time domain reflectometry based chipless RFID

3.3 Time domain analysis of frequency signature based chipless RFID

3.4 Analysis of backscatter from a multi-resonator loaded chipless tag

3.5 Simulation results

3.6 Processing results

3.7 Analysis of backscatter from a multi-patch based chipless tag

3.8 Electromagnetic simulation of system

3.9 Conclusion

3.10  Reference

Chapter 4 Application of the Singularity Expansion Method for Chipless RFID

4.1. Introduction

4.2. The singularity expansion method

4.3. Application of SEM for chipless RFID

4.4. Conclusion

4.5. Reference

Chapter 5 Noise filtering and signal enhancement in chipless RFID

5.1. Introduction

5.2. Matrix pencil algorithm based filtering

5.3. Noise suppression through Signal space representation

5.4. Selective spectral interrogation

5.5. Wavelet based filtering of noise

5.6. Conclusion

5.7. References

Chapter 6 Collision and Error Correction in Chipless RFID

6.1 Introduction

6.2 RFID System and Collision

6.3 Applications which involve Multiple-tags

6.4 Anti-collision Algorithm in Chipped RFID Tags

6.5 Anti-collision algorithm for Chipless RFID

6.6 Collision Detection and Multiple-access for Chipless RFID System

6.7 Introducing Block Coding in Chipless RFID

6.8 Conclusion

6.9 References

Chapter 7 Multi-tag identification through Time-frequency Analysis

7.1 Introduction

7.2 Time-Frequency (TF) Analysis and Chipless RFID Systems

7.3 Fractional Fourier Transform (FrFT): Background Theory

7.4 System Description

7.5 Results and Discussion

7.6 Conclusion

7.7 References

Chapter 8 FMCW-RADAR based Multi-tag Identification

8.1 Introduction

8.2 Background Theory

8.3 System description

8.4 Results and Discussion

8.5 Conclusion

8.6 References

Chapter 9 Chipless Tag Localization

9.1 Introduction

9.2 Significance of localization

9.3 Tag Localization: Chipless Vs. Conventional RFID

9.4 Conventional RFID Tag Localization Techniques

9.5 Chipless RFID Tag Localization

9.6 Benefits of Chipless Tag Localization

9.7 Proposed Localization for Chipless RFID Tags

9.8 Results and Discussion

9.9 Conclusion

9.10  References

Chapter 10 State-of-the-art Chipless RFID Reader

10.1 Introduction

10.2 Challenges in Mass Deployment

10.3 Smart RFID Reader

10.4 Various Smart Readers

10.5 Conclusion

10.6 References




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