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Calculation of read distance in passive backscatter RFID systems and application

@inproceedings{Gao2013CalculationOR,
  title={Calculation of read distance in passive backscatter RFID systems and application},
  author={Yanghua Gao and Zhihua Zhang and Hailiang Lu and Huanwen Wang},
  year={2013}
}
One of the obstacles to wide adapt passive RFID systems is the limited read distance or relatively high error rate due to radio interferences in the passive backscatter RFID systems. The most important tag performance characteristic is read distance at which RFID reader can detect the backscattered signal from the tag. The read distance in passive backscatter RFID systems depends on many factors. This paper presented an overview of passive backscatter RFID systems and the transmission model of… Expand

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