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Jeanalmira
 Post subject: RFID HF antenna
Posted: Thu Sep 11, 2008 11:44 pm 
 
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Location: Singapore
Hi guys,

Is there anyway that I could find tutorial/ examples of RFID antenna HF EM simulations? I'm not sure about the geometry or how to define the port.

I understand that the SWR preferrable <1.5. Is this requirement after we include the IC parameters (which is capacitive) or should I get this SWR first by the coil antenna without the IC?

Would somebody outthere enlighten?

Thanks a lot.
-Jean




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