National Electronics and Computer Technology Center 112 Thailand Science Park

Pathum Thani, Thailand

National Electronics and Computer Technology Center 112 Thailand Science Park

Pathum Thani, Thailand

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Marindra A.M.J.,National Electronics and Computer Technology Center 112 Thailand Science Park | Pongpaibool P.,National Electronics and Computer Technology Center 112 Thailand Science Park | Wallada W.,National Electronics and Computer Technology Center 112 Thailand Science Park | Siwamogsatham S.,National Electronics and Computer Technology Center 112 Thailand Science Park
International Journal of Microwave and Wireless Technologies | Year: 2016

This paper presents an optimized ink-reducing meander dipole antenna structure suitable for implementing printed radio frequency identification (RFID) tags. The proposed antenna designs contain empty ink-reducing hollowed-out areas along the antenna's arms such that the resulting antennas require much less conductive ink to produce yet still achieve decent antenna performance compared with the conventional solid-arm dipole antennas. The simulation results demonstrate that when the ratio between the width of the hollowed-out areas and the width of the antenna arms is about 0.6, the resulting RFID tag experiences a slight read range performance degradation of <10%, while it offers a sizeable ink consumption reduction of almost 50%. Copyright © Cambridge University Press and the European Microwave Association 2016

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