PROJECT TITLE :
Enabling a Microfluidic RFID Readout System via Miniaturization and Integration
We tend to gift a microfluidic read-out platform concept for miniaturized radio-frequency identification (RFID) tags that will help identifying natural underground sources. Designed microfluidic platform has embedded spiral reader antennas for data communication via near field magnetic coupling. To enable near field magnetic coupling with the reader antennas at fairly low frequencies, we have a tendency to developed electrically ultrasmall (380 μm × 380 μm × fifteen μm with resonance ~0.75 GHz) on-chip antennas. Concept feasibility was proven by a collection of experiments. 1st, knowledge communication between an RFID reader and a printed circuit board-level passive tag was demonstrated through miniaturized antennas. Second, coupling between passive reader and on-chip antennas was shown within the fluidic surroundings. In addition, a chip separation mechanism was introduced to the platform to forestall cross-coupling events between RFID tags.
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