Advanced Chipless RFID: MIMO-Based Imaging at 60 Ghz - ML Detection (Wiley Series in Microwave and Optical Engineering)

Advanced Chipless RFID: MIMO-Based Imaging at 60 Ghz - ML Detection (Wiley Series in Microwave and Optical Engineering)

By: Mohammad Zomorrodi (author), Chamath Divarathne (author), Nemai Chandra Karmakar (author)Hardback

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Introduces advanced high-capacity data encoding and throughput improvement techniques for fully printable multi-bit Chipless RFID tags and reader systems The book proposes new approaches to chipless RFID tag encoding and tag detection that supersede their predecessors in signal processing, tag design, and reader architectures. The text is divided into two main sections: the first section introduces the fundamentals of electromagnetic (EM) imaging at mm-wave band to enhance the content capacity of Chipless RFID systems. The EM Imaging through Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) technique is used for data extraction. The second section presents a few smart tag detection techniques for existing chipless RFID systems. A Multiple-Input and Multiple-Output (MIMO) based tag detection technique improves the spectral efficiency and increases data bit capacity. The book concludes with a discussion of how the MIMO approach can be combined with the image based technique to introduce a complete solution with a fast imaging approach to chipless RFID systems. The book has the following salient features: * Discusses new approaches to chipless RFID tags such as EM imaging, high capacity data encoding, and robust tag detection techniques * Presents techniques to enhance data content capacity of tags and reliable tag detection for the readers at unlicensed microwave and mm-wave 2.45, 24 and 60 GHz instrumentation, scientific and medical (ISM) frequency bands * Includes case studies of real-world applications

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Nemai Chandra Karmakar, PhD, is the lead researcher at the Monash Microwave, Antenna, RFID and Sensor Laboratory (MMARS) at Monash University, Australia. He received his PhD in ITEE from the University of Queensland, Australia, in February 1999. Dr. Karmakar is a pioneer in fully printable Chipless RFID tags and sensors, readers, signal processing, and smart antennas. He has published more than 350 scientific journal and conference articles, 9 books, 35 book chapters, and 9 patent applications. Mohammad Zomorrodi, PhD, is a R&D engineer at RFS, Melbourne, Australia. Dr. Zomorrodi has served as a lecturer at various universities in Iran for more than 6 years. Hereceived his PhD at the Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering Department of Monash University in 2015. He has written several conference papers, journal articles and has worked on two books in the field. Chamath Divarathne, PhD, is a design engineer at Unico Computer Systems Pty Ltd, Melbourne, Australia. Dr. Divarathnereceived his PhDat the Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering Department of Monash University in 2015. He is an alumni of Carnegie Mellon University from which he received his MSc in Information Networking.

Contents

Preface xi Acknowledgment xv PART I EM IMAGE-BASED CHIPLESS RFID SYSTEM 1 1 Introduction 3 1.1 Barcodes as Identification Technology, 4 1.2 RFID Systems, 6 1.3 Barcodes Versus RFID, 7 1.4 Chipless RFID Tag for Low-Cost Item Tagging, 7 1.5 Chipless RFID Systems, 10 1.6 Spatial-Based Chipless RFID System, 16 1.7 Book Outline, 17 References, 20 2 EM Imaging 25 2.1 EM-Imaging Fundamentals, 25 2.2 Range Resolution, 27 2.3 Cross-Range or Azimuth Resolution, 29 2.4 Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) Necessity, 31 2.5 EM Imaging for Content Coding, 34 2.6 Conclusions, 35 References, 36 3 Tiny Polarizers, Secret of the New Technique 37 3.1 Introduction, 37 3.2 Sweetness of Diffraction, 39 3.3 Strip-Line Polarizer, 43 3.4 Meander-Line Polarizer, 45 3.5 Multiple Polarizers, 47 3.6 Polarizer Fabrication, 50 3.7 Conclusions, 52 References, 53 4 Attributes of EM Polarizers 55 4.1 Introduction, 55 4.2 Suggested Structures as Effective EM Polarizers, 56 4.3 Cross-Polar Working Basis, 59 4.4 Effect of Highly Reflective Items, 64 4.5 Secure Identification, 68 4.6 Bending Effect on Tag Performance, 71 4.7 Conclusion, 74 References, 76 5 System Technical Aspects 77 5.1 Introduction, 77 5.2 The mm-Band of 60 GHz, 77 5.3 Reader Antenna, 81 5.4 Conclusions, 106 References, 107 6 SAR-Based Signal Processing 111 6.1 Introduction, 111 6.2 SAR Modes of Operation, 112 6.3 SAR Block Diagram, 113 6.4 SAR-Based Signal Processing, 113 6.5 Tag Imaging Results, 116 6.6 System Downsides, 125 6.7 Conclusions, 128 References, 129 7 Fast Imaging Through MIMO-SAR 131 7.1 Introduction, 131 7.2 Conventional Phased Array Antenna, 132 7.3 MIMO-SAR Systems, 133 7.4 Optimization, 143 7.5 MIMO-SAR Results, 155 7.6 Conclusion, 158 References, 159 PART II ADVANCED TAG DETECTION TECHNIQUES FOR CHIPLESS RFID SYSTEMS 161 8 Introduction 163 8.1 RFID Systems, 163 8.2 Review of Chipless RFID Tag Detection Techniques, 167 8.3 Maximum Likelihood Detection Techniques, 168 8.4 Conclusions, 170 References, 170 9 Chipless RFID Tag Design 177 9.1 Introduction, 177 9.2 SISO Tag Design, 177 9.3 MIMO Tag Design, 179 9.4 Conclusions, 188 References, 188 10 ML Detection Techniques for SISO Chipless RFID Tags 189 10.1 Introduction, 189 10.2 System Models Time Domain, 190 10.3 System Models Frequency Domain, 200 10.4 Simulations, 205 10.5 Experimental Setup, 207 10.6 Results, 208 10.7 Conclusion, 230 References, 230 11 Computationally Feasible Tag Detection Techniques 233 11.1 Introduction, 233 11.2 Bit-By-Bit Detection Method, 234 11.3 Trellis-Tree-Based Viterbi Decoding, 237 11.4 Simulation Setup, 242 11.5 Results, 244 11.6 Conclusions, 246 References, 246 12 Signal Processing for MIMO-Based Chipless RFID Systems 247 12.1 Introduction, 247 12.2 MIMO Decomposing Techniques, 249 12.3 Tag Detection in MIMO, 251 12.4 Experimental Setup, 253 12.5 Simulations, 254 12.6 Results, 258 12.7 Conclusion, 268 Reference, 268 13 Conclusion for Part II 269 13.1 Summary of The Proposed Techniques in Part II, 269 13.2 Limitations of The Proposed System, 271 13.3 Potential Applications, 272 13.4 Future Work and Open Issues, 273 Reference, 274 Index 275

Product Details

  • publication date: 21/10/2016
  • ISBN13: 9781119227311
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 304
  • ID: 9781119227311
  • weight: 556
  • ISBN10: 1119227313

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