Yasar Amin

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Future high-performance wireless communication applications such as wireless local area networks (WLANs) around 5 GHz require low power and high quality integrated transceiver solutions. The integration of RF front end especially poses a great challenge to these applications as traditional system on chip (SOC) approach is quite inefficient. A system on(More)
We demonstrate for the first time an RFID tag antenna which itself is humidity sensor and also provides calibration functional-ity. The antenna is comprised of T-matching network and horizontally meandered lines for impedance matching and reliable near-field communication. The novel contour design provides humidity sensing, and calibration functions whilst(More)
In this paper, we demonstrate for the first time an RFID tag antenna manufactured by advanced inkjet printing technology on paper substrate using novel hole-matching technique for reducing the consumption of substrate material and conductive ink while attaining green RFID tags. In-depth electromagnetic analysis is performed methodologically for optimizing(More)
Radio frequency identification (RFID) antenna's versatility in terms of complete coverage of UHF RFID band (860-960 MHz), while keeping the cost factor low, is an important aspect of today's growing demand for security and tracking of multiple objects in a very short time in addition to tag's readability across the globe. This paper presents a novel inkjet(More)
The transceivers for future technology (third generation cellular, wireless LAN) need to be portable (compact), battery-powered and wireless. The present single-chip solutions for RF front-ends do not yield complete system integration. A system-on-a-package (SoP) approach can solve these problems. High quality components can be integrated in the package.(More)