RFID and Wireless Power Transfer Simulation from Tag to System
This article discusses the design and modeling of both low frequency (LF) and high
frequency (HF) RFID devices using CST® STUDIO SUITE®. This can be done at the level of
the individual tag, but also for the entire system, including the reader, the tagged object
and its surroundings. Analyzing the entire system with simulation allows the suitability of
the chosen RFID system for the application to be investigated, and can reveal unforeseen
interactions that can be hard to identify with measurement alone.
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