An Inductive Perforated Ground Backed Thin Electrically Large Zero-Phase-Shift Line Loop Antenna for UHF Near-Field RFID Reader

An Inductive Perforated Ground Backed Thin Electrically Large Zero-Phase-Shift Line Loop Antenna for UHF Near-Field RFID Reader
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An Inductive Perforated Ground Backed Thin Electrically Large Zero-Phase-Shift Line Loop Antenna for UHF Near-Field RFID Reader
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2018 IEEE International Conference on Service Operations and Logistics, and Informatics (SOLI)
DOI:
10.1109/SOLI.2018.8476763
Publication Date:
13 July 2018
Citation:
W. E. I. Liu, Z. Ning Chen, E. N. Kai Yin, Y. Zeng and X. Qing, "An Inductive Perforated Ground Backed Thin Electrically Large Zero-Phase-Shift Line Loop Antenna for UHF Near-Field RFID Reader," 2018 IEEE International Conference on Service Operations and Logistics, and Informatics (SOLI), Singapore, 2018, pp. 123-126. doi: 10.1109/SOLI.2018.8476763
Abstract:
An electrically large zero-phase-shift line (ZPSL) segmented loop antenna backed by an inductive perforated ground plane is proposed for ultra-high frequency near-field RFID systems. The ZPSL segmented loop configuration enables a uniform distribution of magnetic field over an electrically large interrogation zone, while the backed inductive perforated ground plane is introduced to realize a stronger magnetic field for a longer reading range, even with a thinner overall profile as compared with a metal ground plane backed counterpart.
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978-1-5386-4522-2
978-1-5386-4521-5
978-1-5386-4523-9
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