On the Use of Knitted Antennas and Inductively Coupled RFID Tags for Wearable Applications

Published in IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Circuits and Systems, 2016

Recommended citation: Damiano Patron, William Mongan, Timothy Kurzweg, Adam Fontecchio, Genevieve Dion, Endla Anday, and Kapil R. Dandekar. On the Use of Knitted Antennas and Inductively Coupled RFID Tags for Wearable Applications. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Circuits and Systems, January 2016. https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7458913

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@ARTICLE{7458913, 
author={D. Patron and W. Mongan and T. P. Kurzweg and A. Fontecchio and G. Dion and E. K. Anday and K. R. Dandekar}, 
journal={IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Circuits and Systems}, 
title={On the Use of Knitted Antennas and Inductively Coupled RFID Tags for Wearable Applications}, 
year={2016}, 
volume={10}, 
number={6}, 
pages={1047-1057}, 
keywords={patient monitoring;radiofrequency identification;strain sensors;wearable computers;biomedical monitoring;contraction;respiration;limb movements;medical programmable mannequin;wearable strain sensor;conductive yarns;wearable applications;inductively coupled RFID tags;knitted antennas;Radiofrequency identification;Biomedical monitoring;Antennas;RFID tags;Textile technology;Wearable sensors;Biomedical communication;Antennas;biomedical communication;RFID tags;textile technology;wearable sensors;Equipment Design;Humans;Monitoring, Physiologic;Movement;Radio Frequency Identification Device}, 
doi={10.1109/TBCAS.2016.2518871}, 
ISSN={1932-4545}, 
month={Dec},}

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