“Low-Cost Portable Reader for Frequency Domain Chipless Tags” in MDPI Electronics journal
The paper “Low-Cost Portable Reader for Frequency Domain Chipless Tags: Architecture and Experimental Results on Depolarizing Tags” has been published in MDPI, the platform supporting academic communities since 1996. Based in Basel, Switzerland, MDPI has the mission to foster open scientific exchange in all forms, across all disciplines.
The paper describes the results of the research acivities carried out by Cubit within the scope of the EU funded project EMERGENT.
EMERGENT brings together six partners from three EU countries: University of Pisa – Department of Information Engineering (Pisa, Italy) – Coordinator, Universitat Rovira i Virgili (Spain), Grenoble Institute of Technology – LCIS Lab (France), Consortium Ubiquitous Technologies-CUBIT Scarl (Italy), Generation RFID SL (Spain), ARDEJE Sarl (France).
EMERGENT project has relized innovative class of chipless RFID tags and sensors moving from conventional sensors towards next generation pervasive interconnected systems by employing environmental-friendly substrates such as paper and low-cost printing process.
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*Authors: Luca Boggioni (Cubit), Lorenzo Monti (Cubit), Sergio Terranova (Unipi), Filippo Costa (Unipi), Simone Genovesi (Unipi), Giuliano Manara (Unipi).