AffiliationTampere University of Technology
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AbstractComparison of short-range telemetry and radio frequency identification (RFID) systems reveals that they are based on very similar operating principles. Combining the identification and measurement functions into one transponder sensor offers added value for both RFID and telemetry systems. The presence of a memory (e.g. FRAM) in the transponder, required for ID information, can also be utilized for storing measurement results. For passive transponders low power consumption is one of the main objectives. Wireless power transfer for passive transponder sensors together with above aspects concerning a combined telemetry and identification system are discussed.
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