Design of inkjet-printed RFID-based sensor on paper: Single-and dual-tag sensor topologies

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Abstract

The detailed design considerations for the printed RFID-based sensor system is presented in this paper. Starting from material selection and metallization method, this paper discusses types of RFID-based sensors (single-& dual-tag sensor topologies), design procedures, and performance evaluation methods for the wireless sensor system. The electrical properties of the paper substrates (cellulose-based and synthetic papers) and the silver nano-particle-based conductive film are thoroughly characterized for RF applications up to 8 GHz. The reported technology could potentially set the foundation for truly “green”, low-cost, scalable wireless topologies for autonomous Internet-of-Things (IoT), bio-monitoring, and “smart skin” applications.

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Kim, S., Georgiadis, A., & Tentzeris, M. M. (2018). Design of inkjet-printed RFID-based sensor on paper: Single-and dual-tag sensor topologies. Sensors (Switzerland), 18(6). https://doi.org/10.3390/s18061958

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