RFID systems are growing in use also for sensing purposes. In the last years, there has been quite a lot of effort in identifying RFID parameters most suited to sensing and at the same time wirelessly recordable: there are however still some open issues to solve. The use of wirelessly recordable parameters being independent from the measurement setup is surely one of the most interesting open questions and promises, if solved, significant improvements to the state of the art of RFID sensing. This work shows hence two such parameters and analyzes their performance in terms of setup independence.

Investigation of Suitable Parameters for Setup-Independent RFID Sensing

DiGiampaolo, E;
2015

Abstract

RFID systems are growing in use also for sensing purposes. In the last years, there has been quite a lot of effort in identifying RFID parameters most suited to sensing and at the same time wirelessly recordable: there are however still some open issues to solve. The use of wirelessly recordable parameters being independent from the measurement setup is surely one of the most interesting open questions and promises, if solved, significant improvements to the state of the art of RFID sensing. This work shows hence two such parameters and analyzes their performance in terms of setup independence.
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