PROJECT TITLE :
A Low-Cost Configurable ISO/IEC/IEEE 21451-7-Compatible Sensor Tag
Recent applications show a great potential of sensor tags in that a radio frequency identification (RFID) tag and one or more sensors are combined into a single unit. In this paper, a configurable low-cost sensor tag conforming to each ISO/IEC 18000-sixty three:2013 protocol and ISO/IEC/IEEE 21451-7 sensor-tag interface normal is proposed. The sensor tag consists of a commercial tag front finish and a newly developed baseband. The baseband is implemented using zero.thirteen- $mu $ m CMOS technology and the functionality is verified on an field-programmable gate array platform. A mixture of a finite state machine, microcontroller, and firmware is adopted in the baseband design in order to lower the cost and at the same time to attain high flexibility. The power consumption of the sensor tag baseband is $18~mu $ W at one.twenty eight-MHz clock frequency and 1.two V power offer. The area of a sensor tag baseband increases $sim 20$ % comparing with a RFID tag while not sensor supports.
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