The RFID Radio Channel Applied to Vehicular Identification as a Tunnel Environment

Provided by: American V-King Scientific Publishing
Topic: Mobility
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The radio frequency identification system, a wireless communication system, recently is applied to vehicular identification; this motivates the analysis of the propagation environment for outdoor RFID systems. The RFID system applied to the vehicular identification consists of the reader, the tag and the radio channel, which is made up by the ground (asphalt), the free space and surrounded by walls (buses, vans, sport cars, etc., located at adjacent lanes). Therefore, radio link behavior, the radio channel can be analyzed when considering it involved in a tunnel environment and modeled as a waveguide in order to obtain the electromagnetic energy performance knowledge.

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