2009
DOI: 10.1145/1455229.1455236
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Abstract: While RFID has become a ubiquitous technology, there is still a need for RFID systems with different capabilities, protocols, and features depending on the application. This article describes a design automation flow and power estimation technique for fast implementation and design feedback of new RFID systems. Physical layer features are described using waveform features, which are used to automatically generate physical layer encoding and decoding hardware blocks. RFID primitives to be supported by the tag a… Show more

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“…DeVries, 2008), the optimisation of tags, readers and infrastructures (eg. Dontharaju et al, 2009). Privacy and security are an important part of the public debate around RFID (e.g.…”
Section: Rfid and Ubiquitous Computingmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…DeVries, 2008), the optimisation of tags, readers and infrastructures (eg. Dontharaju et al, 2009). Privacy and security are an important part of the public debate around RFID (e.g.…”
Section: Rfid and Ubiquitous Computingmentioning
confidence: 99%