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PROGRAMMABLE SYSTEM ON CHIP APPLIED TO LOW FREQUENCY RFID INTERROGATION

@inproceedings{Blom2001PROGRAMMABLESO,
  title={PROGRAMMABLE SYSTEM ON CHIP APPLIED TO LOW FREQUENCY RFID INTERROGATION},
  author={E. Blom and S. Hoyt and Denise M. Wilson},
  year={2001}
}
Systems on chip, by definition, unite a number of functions and occasionally, sensors or actuators, into a unified, compact, lower-power solution to a signal processing problem. Recent efforts have seen the research, development, and commercialization of systems on chip that are sufficiently programmable and flexible to address a wider variety of applications and signal processing problems than their fixed configuration counterparts. In this paper, we present the application of a recently… CONTINUE READING

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