Prof. Binod Kumar Kanaujia(email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dr. Mukesh Kumar Khandelwal(email@example.com)
This session brings together researchers from the field of Multiband and Wideband Antennas for RFID application. All aspects of experiment, theory and simulation on Multiband and Wideband Antennas for RFID application are of interest. RFID technology in real-time object identification is rapidly adopted in several fields such as logistic, automotive, surveillance, automation systems, etc. Multiband circularly polarized (CP) antennas can be thought of as an intermediate solution combining simplicity and multifrequency operation. The advantage of the multiband circularly polarized antennas is to be able to integrate several frequency bands on one single antenna, making it useful for several frequency ranges. A RFID system consists of readers and tags applied to objects. The use of advanced Multiband and Wideband Antennas at transmit and receive in RFID are used for different bands, spatial multiplexing, pattern and polarization diversities. Multiband antennas are used at the reader to improve the reader performance of RFID system. To identify a physical object, generally without direct human intervention multiband RFID systems are expected to provide with improved reliability and security while maintaining low power consumption and cost. These multiband antennas could contain frequency ranges from several wireless applications, and hence the antenna could be used for several applications. This special session is accepting novel and unpublished works on Multiband and Wideband antennas for the application in next generation RFID.