RFID stands for Radio-Frequency Identification. The RFID device provides a unique identifier for that object and just as a bar code or magnetic strip the RFID device must be scanned to retrieve the identifying information.
RFID System Working Principal
A RFID system has three parts:
A scanning antenna
A transceiver with a decoder to interpret the data
A transponder – the RFID tag – that has been programmed with information
by Bill Schweber on Analog IC Tips
We have already looked briefly at Earth ground (if any), chassis ground, and commons (often misnamed as "grounds"). These do not exist as unrelated connections in a system. The issues related to connecting commons and ground is the subject of countless articles, academic papers, vendor application notes, anecdotes, and even books.
There are many rules as to how to connect circuit commons to each other, to the chassis ground
The helix antenna is a travelling wave antenna, which means the current travels along the antenna and the phase varies continuously. Helix antennas (also commonly called helical antennas) invented by John Kraus give a circular polarized wave. Helix antennas are referred to as axial-mode helical antennas. The benefits of this helix antenna are it has a wide bandwidth, is easily constructed, has real input impedance, and can produce circularly polarized fields.
by Chris Francis
In 1980, the book "The Art of Electronics" was published, written by Paul Horowitz and Winfield Hill. For many people, myself included, it became the first book you picked up when you needed to know anything related to analog electronics. It was intended as a course textbook but became a designers reference book for many people. In 1989 they brought out the second edition and so I replaced my first edition. It has been a long wait but in 2015 the third edition
In many applications pertaining to missile, satellite, spacecraft and aircraft a directive antenna mounted on a curved body is required. Conforming the antenna to the surface save space and is often essential for structural reasons. An antenna that conforms to a surface whose shape is determined by considerations other than electromagnetic; for example, aerodynamic or hydrodynamic called conformal Antenna. Microstrip antenna technology is most suitable