In order to enable unobtrusive human object interaction detection, we propose a minimalistic approach to instrumenting everyday objects with passive (i.e. battery-free) UHF RFID tags.
In this work, we show that the estimation errors are frequency dependent and that by combining multiple frequency signals, the overall RMS estimation error can be significantly reduced.
In this paper, a transducer to monitor the curvature of a tagged object for backscatter RFID sensors operating at 5:8GHz is presented.
In this paper we report on a magnetoquasistatic orientation sensor that uses the magnetoquasistatic coupling between an electrically small emitting loop (magnetic dipole) and seven vertical receiving loops located on a circle of radius 12.19 m to determine the orientation of an object.
This paper presents such a backscatter sensor system operating in the 5.8 GHz unlicensed frequency band that wirelessly senses displacement between one and five millimeters.
An American football is tracked using a long-range magnetoquasistatic position and orientation measurement system.
In this work, we introduce a magnetoquasistatic tag developed for tracking an American football during game-play.
We use a Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) to localize eggs of sea turtles laid in sand. GPR technology has been developed to detect subsurface structures, and successfully applied in archeology, civil engineering, and demining.
This work introduces a customized medium access control protocol, called DrxMAC, for resource-constrained radio devices. The protocol is based on a time-slotted communication scheme with a simple automated slot allocation based on device identities.
Mobile phones can use their cameras and flashlight Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) to exchange messages with low complex Visible Light Communication (VLC) networks, but these interfaces impose serious restrictions when used in a VLC network. In this paper we discuss how to extend mobile phones or tablets with a small peripheral device that is battery-free, uses only passive components, and offers VLC capabilities at the required data rate (kilobit per second).
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