Ultrawide Bandwidth RFID: The Next Generation?

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Future advanced radio-frequency identification (RFID) systems are expected to provide both identification and high-definition localization of objects with improved reliability and security while maintaining low power consumption and cost. Ultrawide bandwidth (UWB) technology is a promising solution for next generation RFID systems to overcome most of the limitations of the current narrow bandwidth RFID technology such as: reduced area coverage, insufficient ranging resolution for accurate localization, sensitivity to interference, and scarce multiple-access capability. In this paper, a survey of current progress in the application of the UWB technology for RFID systems is presented with particular attention to low-complexity solutions for high-definition tag localization.

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Davide Dardari, Raffaele d'Errico, C. Roblin, Alain Sibille, Moe Win. Ultrawide Bandwidth RFID: The Next Generation?. IEEE Proceedings, 2010, 98 (9), pp.1570 - 1582. ⟨10.1109/JPROC.2010.2053015⟩. ⟨hal-00612805⟩

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