ISSCC 2009: A 128b Organic RFID Transponder Chip, including Manchester Encoding and ALOHA Anti-Collision Protocol, Operating with a Data Rate of 1529b/s
This work presents significant increases in complexity in organic RFID transponder chips compared to earlier reports, which bring the tag closer to EPC. We show a transponder chip with a ROM memory capacity of 128b. Furthermore, it contains a WORM memory in addition to the ROM shown in this paper. The data rate is doubled, to 2kb/s and is Manchester encoded. Also a basic anti-collision protocol has been added, whereby the readout of multiple organic RFID tags would be possible.
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