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Two-Way Backscatter Communication Tag Using a Reflection Amplifier

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posted on 18.06.2020 by Farhad Farzami, Seiran Khaledian, Besma Smida, Danilo Erricolo
We propose a two-way backscatter tag that uses a
reflection amplifier. The reflection gain S11 is used to modulate
the backscatter signal while the forward gain S21 is fixed. The
circuit is analyzed and designed to operate at 2.45 GHz with
bandwidth of 120 MHz. Measurements show that we can have
S11 = ?20 dB and -20 dB to implement on/off keying (OOK)
backscatter modulation scheme, while S21 ?= 15 dB.

Funding

NSF Career 1620902

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Citation

Farhad Farzami, Seiran Khaledian, Besma Smida, Danilo Erricolo, “Two-way Backscatter Communication Tag Using Reflection Amplifier,” IEEE Microwave and Wireless Components Letters, Vol 29, no. 6, pp. 421-423, Jun. 2019.

Publisher

IEEE

Language

en_US

issn

1531-1309

Issue date

01/06/2019

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