Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):
S. Rizkalla, R. Prestros, C. Mecklenbräuker:
"Efficient Coupling for Non-Galvanic HF RFID Cards";
Poster: IEEE Radio and Wireless Week (RWW) 2016,
Austin, Texas, USA;
- 01-27-2016; in: "WiSNet 2016",
A passive HF RFID (High Frequency Radio Frequency Identification) card consists of a spiral coil connected through an electric wire (galvanic coupling) to a chip. This connection jeopardizes the robustness of the RFID card against mechanical stress and increases costs of manufacturing. However, a non-galvanic coupling would reduce the read range of the card. We propose a novel design that provides a good coupling without physically connecting the coil to the chip. The design is modeled in ADS circuit simulator as an RLC system and also compared to a 3D electromagnetic simulation using HFSS, in addition to measurements.
RFID, non-galvanic coupling, electromagnetic coupling, booster coil, inductive coupling
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