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Fully printable low-cost chipless RFID sensor and mm-wave Technology for 5G and IoT

June 21, 2022 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

RFID, microwave and millimetre wave components and systems are the vital elements for emerging Internet of Things (IoT) and 5th Generation (5G) wireless communications. Mass deployment of RFID in IoT is hindered due to the high cost of the tag. Fully printable low-cost chipless RFID and sensors are the potential candidates for IoT and 5G. Adding sensing capability with identification makes the chipless RFID sensor a very interesting proposition for IoT, which needs billions of such sensors each year. To fulfil the vision of IoT and 5G wireless communications, new low-cost ultrawide band (UWB) microwave and mm-wave technologies such as chipless RFID tags and wireless sensors, smart antennas, and UWB transceiver electronics are required. This seminar presents the development of UWB microwave and mm-wave chipless RFID, wireless sensors, RFID reader architecture and signal processing algorithm for detection, denoising and anti-collision. A massive multiple input multiple output (MIMO) mm-wave smart antenna system is developed for compact reader and RFID throughput improvement. These antennas, reader electronics and active and passive design are equally useful for 5G wireless communications. Co-sponsored by: Morteza Shahpari Room: N218, Bldg: Engineering Nth N218, The University of Adelaide, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, 5000