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An automated, reconfigurable, low-power RFID tag

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An automated, reconfigurable, low-power RFID tag
This paper describes an ultra low power active RFID tag and its automated design flow. RFID primitives to be supported by the tag are enumerated with RFID macros and the behavior of each primitive is specified using ANSI-C within the template to automatically generate the tag controller. Two power saving components, a passive transceiver/burst switch and a smart buffer, are presented to save power and increase tag lifetime. Based on a test program, the processors required 183, 43, and 19 ?J per transaction for StrongARM, XScale, and EISC processors, respectively. Three hardware controllers using a Fusion FPGA, Coolrunner II CPLD, and ASIC re
Alex K. Jones, Raymond R. Hoare, Swapna R. Donthar
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where DAC
Authors Alex K. Jones, Raymond R. Hoare, Swapna R. Dontharaju, Shen Chih Tung, Ralph Sprang, Joshua Fazekas, James T. Cain, Marlin H. Mickle
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