Effect of Parasitic Element on Communication Performance of 13.56 MHz RFID System
RFID is a very important automatic recognition tool for management of things. Recently, RFID technique is widespread in various situations for improving user’s convenience. However, RFID is affected by the environment in the vicinity, which effect the communication performance. In the previous work, we have shown the possibility to expand the communication distance when we put a parasitic element on the middle position between the table type RFID reader and the target tag. In this paper, when a parasitic element is put on the fixed position on the table type RFID reader we evaluate the communication performance of RFID system and show its usefulness.
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