Ultra-low-power components for an RFID Tag with physical and chemical sensors

@article{Zampolli2008UltralowpowerCF,
  title={Ultra-low-power components for an RFID Tag with physical and chemical sensors},
  author={Stefano Zampolli and Ivan Elmi and Enrico Cozzani and Gian Carlo Cardinali and Andrea Scorzoni and Michele Cicioni and Santiago Marco and Francisco J. Palacio and Jose M. G{\'o}mez-Cama and Ilker Sayhan and Thomas Becker},
  journal={Microsystem Technologies},
  year={2008},
  volume={14},
  pages={581-588}
}
In this work the development and optimization of the main components for a multisensing flexible Tag with RFID communication capabilities and integrated physical and chemical sensors for logistic datalogging applications will be reported. For this specific scenario, several constraints must be considered: power consumption must be limited for long-term operation, reliable ISO compliant RFID communication must be implemented, and special encapsulation issues must be faced for reliable sensor… CONTINUE READING

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