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NCBR PBS I

The agreement between The National Center of Research and Development and Rzeszów University of Technology in the scope of RFID, EMC technique and electronic technologies of hybrid systems

   The Department of Electronic and Communications Systems realizes grant "Synthesis of autonomous semi-passive transponder dedicated to operation in anticollision dynamic RFID systems" (acronym API-RFID) awarded by the National Centre of Research and Development (duration 2012-2015, donation over 5 000 000 PLN). The research is conducted partially in collaboration with the Wroclaw University of Technology and local business electronic industry – mainly with constructors team of Elmak company from Rzeszów.
    The main aim of the project is to develop a laboratory model of the autonomous semi-passive RFID transponder that does not require application of the traditional battery supply. Energy harvesting devices converting ambient energy (electromagnetic energy of typical radio communication systems) into electrical energy will be implemented in the transponder circuit. The choice of such a solution results from the principle of RFID transponder operation.   The main aim of the project is to develop a laboratory model of the autonomous semi-passive RFID transponder that does not require a traditional battery supply. Energy harvesting devices converting ambient energy (from electromagnetic field of typical radio communication systems) into electrical energy is implemented in the transponder circuit. The choice of such a solution results from the operation principles of RFID transponders. The harvested energy is efficiently accumulated in a passive element (e.g., in a supercapacitor) needing no maintenance. The increase of the interrogation zone size in relation to popular passive RFID systems is planned as a result of the investigations. It enables dynamic and anticollision identification processes to be effectively conducted. The project results have a major contribution to integration of the transponder and low-power devices (e.g., sensors) implementing additional autonomous functions in a single circuit.


    The grant was awarded by the National Centre of Research and Development in the Applied Research Programme (ARP I). The ARP is a horizontal programme supporting the science and business in the field of applied research in various fields of the science (path A) and industries (path B). Applied research consists in searching for possible practical applications of scientific investigations or developing new solutions for gaining commercial market.

 

Details of the NCBR PBS I

LINK:  http://www.ncbir.pl/programy-krajowe/program-badan-stosowanych/


Department of Electronic and Communications Systems 2016