Enabling Ultra Large-Scale Radio Identification Systems

@inproceedings{Ali2011EnablingUL,
  title={Enabling Ultra Large-Scale Radio Identification Systems},
  author={Kashif Ali and Afzal Mawji and Sharief Oteafy and Ed Elkouche and Abdallah Alma’aith and Louai Al-Awami and Hatem Abo Zied and Mervat Abu-Elkheir and Xiangyang Zhang and Ashraf Alfagih and Abdulrahman Abahsain},
  year={2011}
}
Radio Frequency IDentification (RFID) is growing prominence as an automated identification technology able to turn everyday objects into an ad-hoc network of mobile nodes; which can track, trigger events and perform actions. Energy scavenging and backscattering techniques are the foundation of low-cost identification solutions for RFIDs. The performance of these two techniques, being wireless, significantly depends on the underlying communication architecture and affect the overall operation of… CONTINUE READING

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