Advanced RFID Design and Applns by S. Preradovic

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4] Cole,P. ; Hu, Z. & Ranasinghe, D. (2010). ; Sheng, M. ), Springer, 2010. [5] De Vita, G. & Iannaccone, G. (2005). Design criteria for the RF section of UHF and microwave passive RFID transponders. IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, Vol. 53, No. 9, pp. 2978–2990, Sept. 2005. [6] Dobkin, D. & Weigand, S. (2005). Environmental effects on RFID tag antennas. IEEE International Microwave Symposium Digest, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 247–250, Jun. 2005. [7] Finkenzeller, K. (2003). , John Wiley and Sons, ISBN: 9780470844021.

Finally, the power received by the chip is represented by means of scattering parameters which can be obtained by the simulation tools or experiments. The complex environment in which the RFID system is deployed can be built in the simulation model and considered in the simulation process. In terms of experiments, the environment is certainly considered. PEIRP is specified by the regulations in different countries and regions separately. In Australia, this factor is equal to 4W or 36dBm as introduced before.

V0 = V0+ + V0− (41a) I0+ (41b) I0 = + I0− The current I0+ and I0− can also be expressed by the voltage in and out of the load port as shown in Equation 42. I0+ = V0+ Z0 I0− = − V0− Z0 (42a) (42b) The ratio of V0− /V0+ is equal to the reflection coefficient looking into the chip impedance from the terminal of the transmission line, which is written as follows. V0− V0+ chip The power received by the chip Pr chip Pr = = sL = Zchip − Z0 Zchip + Z0 (43) is obtained by Equation 44. |V+ + V0− |2 Rchip |V0+ |2 |1 + s L |2 Rchip 1 V |I0 |2 Rchip = | 0 |2 Rchip = 0 = 2 2 Zchip 2| Zchip |2 2| Zchip |2 (44) As mentioned before, the transmission line between the chip and the tag antenna is very short (its length is nearly zero), hence, V0+ = V2− and V0− = V2+ .

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