RFID-Based Sensors for Zero-Power Autonomous Wireless Sensor Networks


Radio frequency identification (RFID) technology has enabled a new class of low cost, wireless zero-power sensors, which open up applications in highly pervasive and distributed RFID-enabled sensing, which were previously not feasible with wired or battery powered wireless sensor nodes. This paper provides a review of RFID sensing techniques utilizing chipbased and chipless RFID principles, and presents a variety of implementations of RFID-based sensors, which can be used to detect strain, temperature, water quality, touch, and gas.

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@inproceedings{Cook2013RFIDBasedSF, title={RFID-Based Sensors for Zero-Power Autonomous Wireless Sensor Networks}, author={Benjamin S. Cook and Trang Thai and Taoran Le and Anya Traille and Herv{\'e} Aubert and Manos M. Tentzeris}, year={2013} }