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48, (2000) page numbers (1773-1781). Curty J. , Dehollain C. & Joehl N. , (2007). Design and Optimization of Passive UHF RFID Systems, Springer, ISBN: 0-387-35274-0, New Jersey. Sabaawi A. M. , Abdulla A. , Sultan Q. , (2010), Design a New Fractal Loop Antenna For UHF RFID Tags Based On a Proposed Fractal Curve, Proceedings of The 2nd IEEE International Conference on Computer Technology and Development (ICCTD 2010) November 2-4, 2010, Cairo, Egypt. Sabaawi A. M. , Quboa K. , (2010). Sierpinski Gasket as Fractal Dipole Antennas for Passive UHF RFID Tags.
97mm. It is believed that the effective permittivity of the bubble wrap is close to be 1. The relative permittivity of Teﬂon is usually about 2 with very low losses (Santra and Limaye, 2005; Plumb and MA, 1993). In order to minimise the effects of the Teﬂon, the Teﬂon sheet is cut into a much smaller footprint (6mm×8mm) than the tag. Given the low proﬁle structure and small size, it is believed that the insertion of the Teﬂon sheet will not affect the results much either. The reading range tests were conducted by the equipment introduced before and under Australian UHF RFID regulations which frequency band is from 920MHz to 926MHz and the available source power of the reader generator is set to be 4W EIRP (36dBm).
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Advanced Radio Frequency Identification Design and Applications by Stevan Preradovic