Bidirectional communication in an HF hybrid organic/solution-processed metal-oxide RFID tag

@article{Myny2012BidirectionalCI,
  title={Bidirectional communication in an HF hybrid organic/solution-processed metal-oxide RFID tag},
  author={Kris Myny and Maarten Rockele and Adrian Chasin and Duy-Vu Pham and J{\"u}rgen Steiger and Silviu Botnaras and Dennis Weber and Bernhard Herold and J{\"u}rgen Ficker and Bas van der Putten and Gerwin H. Gelinck and Jan Genoe and Wim Dehaene and Paul Heremans},
  journal={2012 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference},
  year={2012},
  pages={312-314}
}
The ambition of printing item-level RFID tags is one of the driving forces behind printed electronics research. Organic RFID tags have been shown, initially using p-type organic semiconductors [1-4]. The introduction of n-type organic semiconductors with reasonable performance made organic CMOS conceivable [5] and organic CMOS RFID tags were shown [6]. However, all currently reported organic RFID tags are based on a tag-talks-first principle: as soon as the tag gets powered from the RF field… CONTINUE READING
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