Chipless RFID sensors / Nemai Chandra Karmakar, Emran Md Amin, Jhantu Kumar Saha.

"Providing a classification of smart materials based on sensing physical parameters (i.e. humidity, temperature, pH, gas, strain, light, etc.)"--

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Main Authors: Karmakar, Nemai Chandra, 1963- (Author), Amin, Emran Md (Author), Saha, Jhantu Kumar (Author)
Format: Electronic
Language:English
Published: Hoboken, New Jersey : Wiley, 2016.
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Summary:"Providing a classification of smart materials based on sensing physical parameters (i.e. humidity, temperature, pH, gas, strain, light, etc.)"--
Item Description:Machine generated contents note: Preface Acknowledgement Abbreviations Symbols Chapter 1 Introduction 1.1 Tracking ID Technology 1.2 Chipless RFID Sensor System 1.3 Proposed Chipless RFID Sensor 1.4 Chapter Overview Chapter 2 Literature Review 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Traditional RFID Sensors 2.3 Challenges and Limitations of Current Chipless RFID Sensor 2.4 Motivation for a Novel Chipless RFID Sensor 2.5 Proposed Chipless RFID Sensor 2.6 Conclusion Chapter 3 Passive Microwave Design 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Chapter Overview 3.3 Theory 3.4 Design 3.5 Simulation and Measured Results 3.6 Conclusion Chapter 4 Smart Materials for Chipless RFID Sensors 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Sensing Materials 4.3 Temperature Sensing Materials 4.4 Humidity Sensing Materials 4.5 PH Sensing Materials 4.6 Gas Sensing Materials 4.7 Strain and Crack Sensing Materials 4.8 Light Sensing Materials 4.9 Other Potentials Smart Materials for RF Sensing 4.10 Discussion 4.11 Conclusion Chapter 5 Characterization of Smart Materials 5.1 Introduction 5.2 Characterization of Materials 5.3 X-Ray Diffraction 5.4 Raman Scattering Spectroscopy 5.5 Secondary ion mass spectrometer (SIMS) 5.6 Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) 5.7 Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) 5.8 Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) 5.9 Infrared Spectroscopy (Fourier-Transform Infrared Reflection, FTIR) 5.10 Spectroscopic Ellipsometry 5.11 UV-Visible Spectrometers 5.12 Electrical Conductivity Measurement 5.13 Microwave Characterization (scattering parameters i.e. complex permittivity, dielectric loss, reflection loss etc.) for sensing materials 5.14 Discussion on characterization of smart materials 5.15 Conclusion Chapter 6 Chipless RFID Sensor for Non-invasive PD Detection and Localization 6.1 Introduction 6.2 Theory 6.3 PD Localization using Cascaded Multi-resonator Sensor 6.4 Simultaneous PD Detection 6.5 Conclusion Chapter 7 Chipless RFID Sensor for Real-time Environmental Monitoring 7.1 Introduction 7.2 Phase 1. Humidity Sensing Polymer Characterisation and Sensitivity Analysis 7.3 Phase 2. Chipless RFID Humidity Sensor 7.4 Conclusion Chapter 8 Chipless RFID Temperature Memory and Multiparameter Sensor 8.1 Introduction 8.2 Phase 1: Chipless RFID Memory Sensor 8.3 Phase 2: Chipless RFID Multi-parameter Sensor 8.4 Conclusion Chapter 9 Nanofabrication Techniques for Chipless RFID Sensors 9.1 Introduction 9.2 Fabrication Techniques 9.3 Electro-Deposition 9.4 Physical Vapor Deposition 9.5 Wet-Chemical Synthesis 9.6 Plasma Processing 9.7 Etching 9.8 Laser Etching 9.9 Lithography 9.10 Surface or Bulk Micromachining 9.11 Printing Techniques 9.12 Discussion on nano-fabrication techniques 9.13 Conclusion Chapter 10 Chipless RFID Reader Architecture 10.1 Introduction 10.2 Reader Architecture 10.3 Operation Flow Chart of a Chipless RFID Reader 10.4 Conclusion Chapter 11 Case Studies 11.1 Introduction 11.2 Food Safety 11.3 Health 11.4 Smart Home 11.5 Agricultural Industry 11.6 Emergencies Services 11.7 Infrastructure Condition Monitoring 11.8 Transportation 11.9 Security 11.10 Power Industry 11.11 Discussion 11.12 Conclusion Bibliography Index.
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