Simulation And Demonstration Of A Chipless Rfid

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Simulation and demonstration of a chipless RFID tag
Literature Review

Jinkun Liu
Student No. 14002747
Supervisor: Professor Stephen J. Foti

Abstract

The RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) is a growing contactless data capture technology and the foundation of Internet of Things. The chipless RFID, as a significant development, has shown a great potential. This literature review aims at providing an overview of the chipless RFID and focuses on a number of practical implementation of chipless RFID tags. A basic background of RFID system will be demonstrated firstly including definition, classification, advantages and some comparisons. A detailed introduction about current chipless RFID technologies will be illustrated. It will focus on two mainstreams: time domain Reflectometry-based and spectral-based chipless tags. A few of representative concepts and designs will be introduced concretely. Finally, there is a summary about chipless RFID tags and challenges at present.

1. Introduction
A RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) system is a kind of automatic data capture technology that relies on Radio-frequency electromagnetic fields for identification [1.1]. It has shown a great potential in tracing and locating the object wirelessly in last decades. The growing RFID technology will be employed to replace the barcode in the area of contactless data capturing [1.2]. A traditional RFID system consists of three basic components: antennas, tags…

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