PROJECT TITLE :

Performance of Passive UHF RFID in Cascaded Correlated Generalized Rician Fading

ABSTRACT:

Ultra high frequency radio frequency identification (UHF RFID) systems can use passive tags to mirror the signal from the reader's transmitting antenna back to the reader's receiving antenna for information delivery. This offers a cascaded channel that is a product of two fading parts. During this work, the chance of detection, defined as the likelihood that the received power is higher than the receiver sensitivity, is derived when the 2 fading elements suffer from correlated generalized Rician fading. This includes the Rayleigh, Rician, and Nakagami-$m$ channels in the literature as special cases. Numerical results are presented to show the results of link distances, receiver sensitivities, and channel parameters on the detection likelihood.


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