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The use of Chipless radiofrequency identification (RFID) technology, which helps to remove Application Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs) from RFID tags, has the advantage of lowering the cost of the tag by eliminating the ASIC chip. However, chipless RFID technology has its own
technological challenges that are currently being addressed by many researchers, the Data storage capacity being one of them. The issue of decreasing the complexity and cost of the tags is also being currently investigated by many researchers. Apart from the studies of chipless RFIDs, there is also continuing research interest in integrating RFID and wireless sensor networks. This special session will provide a platform to explore ways for meeting the existing challenges, and discussing recent advances in this area, by welcoming novel contributions on the topics of chipless RFID and wireless sensors for presentation in the Special Session.