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 Title & Authors
Signal analysis of Hangul shaped Chipless RFID Tag
Ryu, Beongju; Lee, Jehun; Koh, Jinhwan;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we proposed a Hangul type chipless RFID tag, which has better legibility than the conventional chipless RFID tag not only to a computer but also to a human. We made consonant model, vowel model and whole character model by WIPL tool and checked the applicability of Hangul type chipless RFID tag. We obtain the RCS pattern of each character by simulation. Finally, We classify the character from input data in noisy environment using a variance of the data.
 Keywords
Chipless Tag;Radio-frequency identification(RFID);Character Type;Signal processing;
 Language
Korean
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