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A system-on-chip EPC Gen-2 passive UHF RFID tag with embedded temperature sensor

Authors Yin, Jun
Yi, Jun
Law, Man Kay
Ling, Yunxiao
Lee, Man Chiu
Ng, Kwok Ping
Gao, Bo
Luong, Howard C.
Bermak, Amine
Chan, Man Sun
Ki, Wing-Hung
Tsui, Chi-Ying
Yuen, Matthew Ming-Fai
Issue Date 2010
Source Digest of Technical Papers - IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference , v. 53, 2010, p. 308-309
Summary A system-on-chip passive UHF RFID tag with embedded temperature sensor is developed in a standard 0.18μm CMOS process for the EPC Gen-2 protocol from 860-960MHz [1]. Flip-chip technology is used to bond the developed tag IC to an antenna to realize a complete tag inlay, which is successfully demonstrated and evaluated in real-time wireless communications with commercial RFID readers. ©2010 IEEE.
ISSN 0193-6530
ISBN 978-1-4244-6033-5
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