Passive UWB-RFID technology represents an emerging solution capable of guaranteeing extremely low energy consumption and high-accuracy localization at the same time. One of the most critical tasks is the acquisition of the tag code at reader side, which can be complex, time- and resource-consuming when multiple UWB tags are deployed. This letter proposes a simple and effective approach, based on a specific assignment strategy of the tag code, which drastically simplifies code acquisition by guaranteeing high tag detection performance. A real system implementation adopting this strategy is shown to prove its feasibility in terms of real-time multiple tags detection and localization.

A Low Complexity Scheme for Passive UWB-RFID: Proof of Concept

GUIDI, FRANCESCO;DECARLI, NICOLO';DARDARI, DAVIDE;
2016

Abstract

Passive UWB-RFID technology represents an emerging solution capable of guaranteeing extremely low energy consumption and high-accuracy localization at the same time. One of the most critical tasks is the acquisition of the tag code at reader side, which can be complex, time- and resource-consuming when multiple UWB tags are deployed. This letter proposes a simple and effective approach, based on a specific assignment strategy of the tag code, which drastically simplifies code acquisition by guaranteeing high tag detection performance. A real system implementation adopting this strategy is shown to prove its feasibility in terms of real-time multiple tags detection and localization.
IEEE COMMUNICATIONS LETTERS
Guidi, Francesco; Decarli, Nicoló; Dardari, Davide; Natali, Federico; Savioli, Enrico; Bottazzi, Marco
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