Performance analysis of a novel flexible NFC Tag for IoT applications

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Kumar, Sanjeev
Buckley, John
Barton, John
O'Flynn, Brendan
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This work reports on the simulation and analysis of passive near field communication (NFC) technology that investigates the impact of the interconnect conductivity on its performance characteristics. Recently, flexible wearable devices and sensors are in great demand in healthcare applications 1. Flexible NFC devices can be developed by employing novel interconnect materials such as polymer-metal composites [2]. However, these materials have a comparatively lower conductivity than conventional metals such as copper and silver [3]. The effect of interconnect conductivity on the performance of an NFC tag antenna through simulation and experiments are presented.
Antennas , Integration , Internet of things , Near field communication , Conventional metals , Health care application , Interconnect materials , Performance analysis , Performance characteristics , Polymer-metal composite , Simulation and analysis
Kumar, S., Buckley, J., Barton, J. and O'Flynn, B. (2018) 'Performance analysis of a novel flexible NFC Tag for IoT applications', Smart Systems Integration 2018 - 12th International Conference and Exhibition on Integration Issues of Miniaturized Systems, Dresden, Germany, 11 - 12 April, Mesago Messe Frankfurt GmbH, pp. 432-435.
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