Curriculum vitae 



       of 


   PeterH. Cole




                    28 Oct 2008.
Curriculum vitae of


                                 PETER H. COLE

                                    CONTENTS

1.   P...
1.     PERSONAL PARTICULARS

Full Name:                         Peter Harold COLE

Address:                    4/7 Edward ...
3.     PRIZES AND AWARDS



1953       Dux of Newcastle Boys' High School.


1953       First place in state of NSW Matric...
4.     TEACHING

4.1    Range of experience

I have taught the following courses in the Universities named, approximately ...
4.3    Initiatives in teaching and assessment methods

I have in teaching been concerned by the observations that: (1) lea...
University staff a course in radio frequency engineering to engineers at the DSTO Salisbury,
and have repeated that exerci...
Even later work deriving out of an analytical investigation of the properties of near-field
electromagnetic coupling syste...
2.          Successful resolution in Reference 7 of Section 8.3 of conflicts between observation
            and the then-...
15.    Ensuring the validity of analyses of electromagnetic antennas integrated on the
       electrically thick substrate...
3.     For many years as a member of the Engineering Faculty; and as a member of the
       Engineering Building Users’ Co...
2. Consultant to DSTO through ISD and Fairey Australasia for design manufacture and test
   of monolithic low noise amplif...
4.     Advice to various organisations on electromagnetic compatibility problems.
5.     Design of low radiation near fiel...
4.    VAUGHAN. R. and COLE, P.H. "Article sorting system" Australian Patent No.
      491,576 (1978). US Patent No. 4,058,...
19.   P. H. COLE, D. M. HALL, R KALINOWSKI and L. H. TURNER, “Efficient
      multiple label reading”, Australian Provisio...
January 2003. Also known as WO 03/062861 A1. European patent application
      EP1466193. Still on 27 Oct 08 under examina...
K. S. LEONG, M. L. NG, A. R. GRASSO, and P. H. COLE, “RFID reader synchronization”
in RFID Handbook, S. Ahson and M. Ilyas...
13.   BURGESS, A.S. and COLE, P.H. "Passive One-Port Information Storage Using
      Acoustic Surface Waves". I.E.E.E. Tra...
3.    SABINE, H. and COLE, P.H. "Reciprocity Relations and Coupled Mode Theory
      Applied to Guided Microsonic Waves". ...
18.   COLE, P.H. and GRIFFIN, D.W. "Consistency, Efficiency and Accessibility in the
      Teaching of Electrodynamics", p...
31.   PARFITT, A.J., GRIFFIN, D.W. and COLE, P.H., "The effect of polarisation
      currents in infinite size dielectric ...
45.   COLE, P.H. and HALL, D.M. “Problems and solutions in multiple tag reading,”
      Wireless and Portable Design Confe...
and EMC technologies for wireless Communications, Vol. 1, pp.658-661. Beijing,
      China, 8-12 August 2005.

60.   M. L....
Antenna technology: Small Antennas and Novel Metamaterials, New York, 6 March
      2006. pp164-167, ISBN ISBN 0-7803-9444...
87.    K. S. Leong, M. L. Ng, and P. H. Cole, “Miniaturization of dual frequency RFID
       antenna with high frequency r...
13. COLE, P.H. and VAUGHAN, R. "The Sensorbag System: An Automatic Baggage
    Destination Identification System". Unisear...
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  1. 1. Curriculum vitae  of  PeterH. Cole 28 Oct 2008.
  2. 2. Curriculum vitae of PETER H. COLE CONTENTS 1. PERSONAL PARTICULARS 2 2. PRESENT AND PRIOR APPOINTMENTS 2 2.1 Present appointment 2 2.2 Prior appointments 2 3. PRIZES AND AWARDS 3 4. TEACHING 4 4.1 Range of experience 4 4.2 Development of curricula 4 4.3 Initiatives in teaching and assessments methods 5 4.4 Supervision and guidance of students 5 4.5 Preparation of course materials 5 4.6 Invited external courses 5 5. RESEARCH SCHOLARSHIP AND CREATIVE ACTIVITY 6 5.1 Range of interests 6 5.2 Chronology 6 5.3 Current objectives 7 5.4 Significant achievements 8 5.5 Research grants 9 6. ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICE TO THE UNIVERSITY 9 7. PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY AND SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY 10 7.1 Overseas consultation 10 7.2 Australian consultation 10 7.3 Foundation of technology company 11 7.4 The development and enhancement of the discipline 11 7.5 The practice of the discipline 11 7.6 Contributions to Professional and Government bodies 12 8. LIST OF PUBLICATIONS 12 8.1 Theses 12 8.2 Patents 12 8.3 Books 15 8.4 Book chapters 15 8.5 Journal articles 16 8.6 Conference proceedings 17 8.7 Technical reports 24 -2-
  3. 3. 1. PERSONAL PARTICULARS Full Name: Peter Harold COLE Address: 4/7 Edward St Norwood SA 5067 Date of birth: 20th December 1936 Nationality: Australian. Academic Qualifications: B.Sc. (1957) (Sydney); B.E. (Hons 1 and University medal) (1959) (Sydney); Ph.D. (1964), (Sydney). 2. PRESENT AND PRIOR APPOINTMENTS 2.1 Present Appointment Professor of Radio Frequency Identification Systems in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Adelaide, SA 5005. 2.2 Prior Appointments 1957 Part-time Lecturer in Mathematics at the University of New South Wales. 1959-1963 Post graduate research student in the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of Sydney. 1964-1967 Research Associate in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Centre for Materials Science and Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 1967-1972 Senior Lecturer in Electrical Engineering, University of Adelaide. 1972-1974 Senior Lecturer in Electrical Engineering, University of Sydney. 1974-1975 Lecturer in Electrical Engineering, University of Adelaide. 1975.2000 Senior Lecturer in Electrical Engineering, University of Adelaide. 1984-1999 Chairman of Directors, Integrated Silicon Design Pty. Ltd., 99 Frome St. Adelaide, SA 5000. -3-
  4. 4. 3. PRIZES AND AWARDS 1953 Dux of Newcastle Boys' High School. 1953 First place in state of NSW Matriculation Examination in Physics. 1955 Barker Scholarship No. 1 for Mathematics, (University of Sydney). 1958 G. S. Caird Scholarship for Electrical Engineering, (University of Sydney). 1959 Cable Makers Association of Great Britain Prize for Electrical Engineering, (University of Sydney). 1959 V. M. Brooker Commercial Broadcasting Memorial Prize for Electrical Engineering, (University of Sydney). 1959 University Medal for Electrical Engineering, (University of Sydney). 1959-61 General Motors Holden's Postgraduate Research Fellowship. 1962-63 Rothman's Fellowship. 1964 Fulbright Travel Grant. -4-
  5. 5. 4. TEACHING 4.1 Range of experience I have taught the following courses in the Universities named, approximately in the order listed in Table 1 below. The Table reveals a wide range of teaching activity, which includes the fundamentals of mathematics and physics as well as electromagnetic and microelectronic theory and practice. TABLE 1 Course Level Lectures University Syllabus Pure Mathematics I 1 72 NSW Staff Network Analysis 2 36 Adelaide Pawsey Fields Lines & Guides 3 27 Adelaide Cole Network Theory 4 9 Adelaide Pawsey Antennas & Propagation 4 9 Adelaide Cole Communication Theory 4 18 Adelaide Davis Thermodynamics & Statistics 4 9 Adelaide Cole Quantum Electronics Honours 18 Adelaide Cole Quantum Statistics Honours 9 Adelaide Cole Introductory Electronics 2 9 Sydney Cole Distributed Circuits 4 18 Sydney Cole Computer Aided Design 4 9 Sydney Cole Microwave Circuits Postgraduate 18 Sydney Cole Integrated Circuit Technology Postgraduate 18 Sydney Cole Microelectronics 2 9 Adelaide Cole Applied Electronics 3 13 Adelaide Cole Microwave Engineering 4 13 Adelaide Cole Sampled Data Systems 3 13 Adelaide Davis Signal Processing Honours 9 Adelaide Davis Generalised Systems Honours 18 Adelaide Cole Integrated Circuit Design 4 9 Adelaide Cole Computer Aided Design Postgraduate 27 Adelaide Cole Electronics 2 8 Adelaide Cole Fields and Energy Conversion 2 10 Adelaide Cole Experimental Elec Engineering 3 13 Adelaide Cole Electromagnetic Compatibility 4 13 Adelaide Cole Electrical Systems 1 16 Adelaide Cole Signals and Systems 3 24 Adelaide Davis Advanced Electromagnetic Eng 4 12 Adelaide Cole Advanced EMT & RFID App Postgraduate 30 Adelaide Cole 4.2 Development of curricula As is noted in Table 1, in almost all courses taught, I have defined the course syllabus. Specific initiatives include the introduction: (1) in 1976 of a Level 1 course incorporating microprocessor technology; (2) in 1982 of a Level 2 course in microelectronic design; (3) in 1982 of postgraduate courses in computer aided design; (4) a new Level 3 course in Experimental Electrical Engineering with specific examining initiatives; (5) a Level 4 core course in Electromagnetic Compatibility; (6) a postgraduate course in Advanced Electromagnetics and RFID Applications. -5-
  6. 6. 4.3 Initiatives in teaching and assessment methods I have in teaching been concerned by the observations that: (1) learning in later years has been handicapped by the fact that many students lack a mastery of fundamental concepts; (2) when students work in practical groups, one student frequently misses valuable experience; (3) traditional assessment methods do not easily reveal student problems so that remedial action may be taken. In response I have introduced at Level 3 teaching and assessment methods which include direct examination of individual measurement skills, and an examination, with a pass mark of 75%, on formally identified fundamental theoretical concepts. I have also succeeded in persuading the Department to deal specifically and deliberately with communication problems of students coming from non-English speaking backgrounds. 4.4 Supervision and guidance of students Students which I have supervised at the University of Adelaide are listed in Table 2 below, together with the details of their studies and the outcomes. TABLE 2 Name Enrolment Result A. S. Burgess Ph.D. Awarded P. V. H. Sabine Ph.D. Awarded N. C. V. Krishnamacharyulu Ph.D. Awarded K. Eshraghian Ph.D. Awarded A. K. Roy Ph.D. Awarded C. McRae (joint) Ph.D. Awarded N. H. Weste Ph.D. Awarded R. J. Clarke Ph.D. Awarded A. G. Dickinson (joint) Ph.D. Awarded G. B. Zyner Ph.D. Awarded A. J. Parfitt (joint) Ph.D. Awarded S. F. Al-sarawi Ph.D. Awarded D. M. Hall Ph.D. In progress J. S. Bell M.Eng.Sc. Awarded A. R. Grasso M.Eng.Sc. Withdrew L. H. Turner M.Eng.Sc. Awarded B. Jamali Ph.D. Awarded D. Ranasinghe Ph.D. Awarded K. S Leong Ph.D. Awarded M. L. Ng Ph.D. Awarded 4.5 Preparation of course materials The course materials constructed over the last five years consist of 1,500 pages of notes in Latex format. They have been passed to at least five other lecturers, who taken advantage of the flexibility afforded by that format to incorporate the material supplied into their own notes. 4.6 Invited external courses I have presented professional level courses in microelectronic technology and digital microelectronic design in Australia and Singapore, and at the request of the Australian Government presented a one week course on Microelectronic Design at the Bandung University of Technology, Indonesia. In July 1995 I presented with two other members of the -6-
  7. 7. University staff a course in radio frequency engineering to engineers at the DSTO Salisbury, and have repeated that exercise in a subsequent year. In the period 2001 to 2006 I have presented courses and workshops in RFID at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, at many international conferences, and at the Information and Telecommunications University in Korea. 5. RESEARCH SCHOLARSHIP AND CREATIVE ACTIVITY 5.1 Range of interests I have had in may career the following range of research interests. 1. Fundamental and non-linear interactions within material media, with an emphasis on the microwave behaviour of magnetic media. 2. The description and exploitation of electroacoustic phenomena. 3. The design of electronic and communication systems to perform useful but so far unrealised engineering functions. 4. The conception, structuring and coding of software tools for microelectronic design. 5. The development of pathways for industry, particularly local industry, to be able to exploit microelectronic technology and thus to share in the generation of wealth which the exploitation of such technology can provide. 6. The development of increased understanding of electromagnetic theory and tools for modelling electromagnetic problems. 7. The creation of tightly specified antenna structures for a range of applications in both the near and far field. 8. The in-depth study of physical processes in microcircuits as a support for the innovative design of analog and digital microcircuits. 9. The invention of a number of RFID systems based on the possibilities and the constraints inherent in a wide range of physical and human law, and on a sober assessment of all relevant aspects of engineering reality, and the deployment of the skills necessary for successful implementation of the creative concepts. 10. The creation and management of high technology companies as a vehicle for conveying University creativity to the wider community. 5.2 Chronology In parallel with my teaching, administrative and research responsibilities at the University, I have since returning from the United States to Australia maintained a continuous program of technological innovation with industrial application. In the early stages, this work was directed toward the improvement of electronic retailing security labels, and led to several patents which were for their full term licensed to and returned income from the US Company Sensormatic Electronics Corporation. Later work turned to the exploitation of acoustic surface wave technology for the production of many-bit replies from passive electromagnetically encoded labels, and a further series of patents resulted. This work is currently licensed both locally and overseas, and is in use in specialised electromagnetic labelling applications, particularly in highway vehicle identification. -7-
  8. 8. Even later work deriving out of an analytical investigation of the properties of near-field electromagnetic coupling systems resulted in the development of the passive sub-harmonic transponder, again patented world-wide, but this time licensed to a local company and used in vehicle identification and monitoring. During the course of this work it became evident that the capacity of Australian industry to bring to market new products in electronic technology depended upon having ready access to economical but world-class microcircuit design software, advice and fabrication. This observation led to the foundation in 1984 of the Company Integrated Silicon Design Pty. Ltd., whose locally developed microelectronic design software has been in use in approximately fifty sites in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, the USA, Hong Kong, the United Kingdom, and Switzerland. I have served, since its foundation in 1984 until its sale in 1999 to Gemplus S.C.A., as Chairman of Directors of this company, and have designed and made substantial contributions to the writing of this software. Prior to the arrival in Australia in 1985 of a newly appointed Managing Director, I discharged the management responsibilities of that company. The program of industrial innovation of recent years has also extended to my design of a range of microcircuits for passive electronic labelling systems; microcircuits for thermal imaging systems; and the design of communication and signal processing systems for remote passive label interrogation. In the course of this work several patents relating to optimum design have been successfully prosecuted, and others are pending. In all of this work I have had the responsibilities of providing the fundamental ideas for, and of leading, a research team consisting of experienced staff at Integrated Silicon Design Pty. Ltd. The work has been subject to the rigour of successful testing in the commercial arena against world competition. The scope of one portion of this work can be described by taking, as an example, the ISD 9664 microcircuit, which forms a complete and complex single silicon chip communication system. This device requires just a small coil antenna connected to its single pair of terminals to perform the disparate functions of: self-powering; signal reception; signal demodulation; timing and clock signal extraction; data decoding; data storage; data retrieval; data framing; reply carrier generation; reply modulation; and reply transmission. My responsibilities lay in generating the system concept, system architecture, realisation of that architecture as functional blocks, research into uncharted areas of self-power generation and sub-threshold operation, realisation of key blocks as circuit schematics, simulation, advice on layout, layout checking, and chip testing. 5.3 Current objectives My current research interests can be summarised as covering the industrial applications of electromagnetic identification and tracking systems, the design of signalling methodologies for simultaneous high speed reading of multiple electronic labels, the design of security systems for RFID labels, and development of international standards for RFID systems. My current professional interests include the support of high technology enterprises in Australia, and pursuit of Commonwealth government support for research. My current personal teaching interests include the development of application-oriented postgraduate courses in RFID systems. 5.4 Significant achievements 1. A distinguished educational record, outlined in Section 3, in which the applicant has twice graduated at the head of a large cohort of fellow students. -8-
  9. 9. 2. Successful resolution in Reference 7 of Section 8.3 of conflicts between observation and the then-accepted theories of magnetoelastic interactions is single crystals. 3. Service to the University community as Secretary of the University of Adelaide Staff Association. 4. Teaching over a wide range of topic areas in the Engineering curriculum, with emphasis on quality of presentation, maintenance of academic standards, and concern for the welfare of all students. 5. Attracting a significant level of research funding to the University and its affiliates. 6. A long history of innovation, resulting in many successfully commercialised patents listed in Section 8.2. 7. A significant contribution, through Patent [3] of Section 8.2, to the viability of companies engaged in store merchandising security operations. Devices operating under licence of the relevant patent have been sold in tens of millions. 8. Creation of the technology of one-port acoustic surface wave information storage and electronically interrogatable label systems. Patents [1] and [4] of Section 8.2 have been licensed to companies in Australia and the USA, and have been marketed over decades. 9. An enduring and fruitful interest in technology transfer from University to Industry. 10. Uncovering, patenting (Patent [6] of Section 8.2) and supporting the commercialisation of the principle of reactive power conservation in the design of modulated code-responding devices (electronic tags). 11. Foundation of the company Integrated Silicon Design Pty. Ltd. This Company under its original and current ownership, has served as: (a) a professional interface between University expertise and the wider industrial community; (b) a demonstration of the independent economic viability of University technical expertise; (c) a vehicle for development of a higher level of technical skill than is easily achievable in a transient university population; (d) a mechanism for feeding back to the University that knowledge for enhancement of university expertise; and (e) a context where the need for realistic assessments is continuously emphasised. 12. Design of microelectronic microwave backscatter systems, using principles patented (Patents [7] to [23] of Section 8.2), and supervision of the development of those systems, to achieve preference in world wide competition against alternative products, and consequential world wide (Australia, USA, UK, France, Germany, Italy, South Africa, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, New Zealand) sales of those products in large numbers. 13. Leading a team, with significant personal input, in the creation of software tools for successful microelectronic design. These software tools have been used nationally and internationally in the creation of both commercially marketable products and leading edge defence products. 14. Design of microcircuits of significant complexity and size for several industrial customers. The circuits have employed a mixture of digital, analog, cmos, bipolar, low noise, electrically erasable and programmable read only memory, and sub- threshold circuit technologies. All of these products have achieved the initial and commercially regulated design specifications. Many have been sold in hundreds of thousands, with sales increasing. -9-
  10. 10. 15. Ensuring the validity of analyses of electromagnetic antennas integrated on the electrically thick substrates, and arrays of such antennas, as defined in references [30] to [33] of Section 8.3 and [20] to [26] of Section 8.4. 16. Significant contributions to the development of a fully automated library labelling and stock management system being deployed in the National Library system of Singapore and in libraries in the US.A., France, Norway, and Sweden. 17. Design of systems for highly efficient electronic label reading in item management applications, protection of intellectual property in that arena, and presentation of that work to ISO standards committees. 18. Establishing of the Adelaide Auto-ID Laboratory supported by many years with funds from MIT. 5.5 Research grants obtained During the years 1968 to 1981, I was awarded by the ARGC, Telecom the Radio Research Board and a USA corporation a total of twenty research grants totalling $83,000 for University research in electrical engineering. In 1991 I received an ARC grant of $25,000, in 1993 an ARC grant (shared) of 5,000, and in 1992 and 1997 University research scheme grants totalling $25,000. Since 1981 I have been intensively concerned with leading-edge industrially based research. I have devised and written research proposals which have led to three Australian Industrial Research and Development Grants totalling $890,000 for successfully completed work on electromagnetic labelling systems and computer aided design tools for microelectronic circuits, and in 1988-90 secured a University-ISD generic technology grant to the value of $390,000. I have also provided the technical basis for two further industrial research proposals which have led to grants totalling $354,000 for work in vehicular detection and monitoring systems in a non-University company. In 1993-95 I was awarded an ARC collaborative research grant which, with contributions from the Commonwealth and the Company will provide, in addition to assistance given in kind, a cash input to the University of $332,000. I have secured in 1991 and 1996 APRI grants providing a cash input to the University of $182,000. On 17 May 2002 I obtained from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology a research sub- ward to the value US$757,265 for research in Auto-ID Systems to be carried out in the University of Adelaide during the period 1 June 2002 to 30 July 2005 A second award to the value of US$600.000 covering the calendar years 2005 to 2007 was also obtained. A third sub-award is being negotiated. 6. ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICE TO THE UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY I have served the wider University Community in the following ways. 1. In 1969 and 1970 as Secretary to the University of Adelaide Staff Association. 2. In 1970 and 1971 as a member of the University committee preparing the submission to the Australian Universities Commission for the 1973-75 triennium. - 10 -
  11. 11. 3. For many years as a member of the Engineering Faculty; and as a member of the Engineering Building Users’ Committee. The significant task here appeared to be fostering of co-operation, in the interests of the University, between basically competing interests, and in lowering defensive barriers so that real needs could be distinguished. 4. For several years as organiser of the University publicity program “Engineering Action”. 5. For several years as a member of the Small ARC Grants panel for Engineering and Earth Sciences. 6. From its inception, as a member of the Division of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences Research Committee. 7. Since its foundation in 1984 as Chairman of Directors of the University commercialisation company Integrated Silicon Design Pty. Ltd. 8. Directing the Auto-ID Laboratory within the University of Adelaide, one of seven laboratories (at MIT, Cambridge, Adelaide, St. Gallen, Keio, Fudan, Deajong) around the world. 7. PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY AND SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY 7.1 Overseas consultation 1. Consulting to Sensormatic Electronics Corporation, a large US corporation, on airline baggage tagging using surface acoustic wave devices. This work was done in partnership with a colleague at the University of NSW. The outcome was apparatus providing a demonstration of the technology, financial studies of large scale manufacturing plants, together with patent applicants where were eventually granted and licensed to Sensormatic for an annual royalty. 2. Consultant to ISD in development for Hughes Aircraft Corporation of a microelectronic based airline baggage sorting identification system. My part of this work was in defining the system architecture, devising patentable algorithms for reply collision avoidance, architecture of the label microcircuit and detailed analog circuit design of critical analog components, writing patents, managing patent prosecution, design and patenting of field creation and confinement systems, contributions to testing of the microcircuit, and test of overall system. The ISD fee to Hughes for the work was $1,000,000. 3. I have also been a consultant to the European Monolin Consortium under Esprit Project 6936, the specific outcome being a 93 page report dealing with Contactless Interfaces for Vehicular Identification Systems, for a payment of 10,000 English pounds. 4. I am currently a consultant to Tagsys Inc. on the development of intellectual property. 7.2 Australian consultation 1. Consultant to DSTO through ISD and Fairey Australasia for a feasibility study of the manufacture of monolithic low noise amplifiers and multiplexer circuits in a process which allowed the simultaneous micro-manufacture of bolometer devices. For my part of the work a payment of $15,750 was made to ISD. - 11 -
  12. 12. 2. Consultant to DSTO through ISD and Fairey Australasia for design manufacture and test of monolithic low noise amplifiers and multiplexer circuits as defined in the above study. The work was shared between myself and the Technical Director of ISD, the major part being done by myself. For this work a payment of $100,000 was made to ISD. 3. Consultant to DSTO through ISD and Fairey Australasia for a design study of a monolithic microprocessor for processing data derived from the thermal imaging systems defined above. All of this work was done by myself. For this work a payment of $15,750 was made to ISD. 7.3 Foundation of a technology company I was a founder in 1964 of the University commercialisation Company Integrated Silicon Design Pty. Ltd. From its foundation until its sale to Gemplus S.C.A in 1999 I served continuously as Chairman of Directors. The specific objective in the formation of the Company was the empirical demonstration of the excellence and world ranking of research at The University of Adelaide, showing that University expertise can be the foundation for the development of in-demand products of world standard, and can be successfully translated to financial benefit for the Australian economy. The significant tasks have been the exercise of vision, determination, realism, industry and probity in the governance and technical development of the Company. The specific outcomes have been the continued growth of the Company in personnel and sales, the range, technical superiority and quality of its products; its international reputation for creativity and integrity, its sale to Gemplus SCA, its continued growth and emergence of dominant player world wide in RFID systems, and the continuing interest of that Company in University-Company collaboration. 7.4 The development and enhancement of the discipline In response to a clear need by Australian industry for such a resource, I created in 1985, in conjunction with colleagues in Integrated Silicon Design Pty. Ltd. a suite of computer aided design tools for custom mos integrated circuits. The result has been an enabling technology which has allowed Australian and overseas industry to take advantage of the microelectronic revolution. In that work the applicant supervised the construction, wrote the design rule checker, and created most of the documentation. The product has been sold in Australia, Asia and Europe. It has been used by DSTO in the development of a series of advanced signal processing circuits. It has been used by myself and ISD in the design for DSTO of the low cost thermal imaging systems reported above. It has also been used by ISD in the development of electronic labelling devices. It has been used for years by the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering in their teaching of microelectronic design. 7.5 The practice of the discipline I have unpublished work which has been circulated to interested parties in the following technology areas. 1. The determination of integrated circuit substrate leakage currents. 2. Stability issues in band gap reference circuits. 3. Low power d.c. and a.c. coupled operational amplifiers with stable bias. - 12 -
  13. 13. 4. Advice to various organisations on electromagnetic compatibility problems. 5. Design of low radiation near field creation systems. 6. Development of microelectronic based article sorting systems. 7. Development of automated library electronic book identification and checkout systems being deployed in National Libraries in Singapore and elsewhere. 8. Design of automated baggage identification systems for use in Malaysia. 7.6 Contributions to Professional and Government bodies I have been on the NATA accreditation panel for organisations seeking accreditation as competent bodies of the Spectrum Management agency. I have been since 1967 a reviewer of papers for the American Institute of Physics. I have made contributions of SAA in their draft standards on electromagnetic safety and to ISO on evolving standards for item management. 8. LIST OF PUBLICATIONS In the below lists, the contribution of the various authors is roughly as implied by the ordering of authors’ names, with the exceptions that: (1) In items [7] to [13] and [21] of Section 8.2, Cole was at least an equal partner in all discussions, did all of the writing, and all of the subsequent argument before the Patent office. (2) In items [15] and [16] of Section 8.3, the basic concepts were supplied by Cole. (3) In items [27] and 28] of Section 8.3, the basic concepts and paper drafting were the work of Cole. (4) In item [16] of Section 8.3, the major contribution was by Grasso. (5) In items [30] and [31] of Section 8.3, the contribution of Cole was essential to the correctness of the work. 8.1 Theses 1. "The Calibration of Gramophone Pickups by a Reciprocity Method". Thesis submitted to University of Sydney for B. E. (Honours). 1959. 2. "Energy Exchange and Loss Properties of Ferrites for Parametric Amplifiers". Thesis submitted to University of Sydney for Ph.D. 1964. 8.2 Patents In this sub-section, some economy of space has been achieved by merging into a single item, patents with closely related claim sets, which have been granted in multiple jurisdictions, and by merging provisional applications, PCT specifications and granted patents. 1. COLE, P.H. and VAUGHAN. R. "Electronic surveillance system” (passive label with acoustic delay), Australian Patent No. 444,838, U.S. Patent No. 3,706,094, (1972). 2. COLE, P.H. and VAUGHAN. R. "Electronic surveillance system” (passive labels with energy form conversion) U.S. Patent 3,755,803, (1973). Australian patent 444,859 (1974). 3. COLE, P.H. and VAUGHAN. R. "Electronic surveillance system" (mixed field system) Australian Patent 448,021 (1974) U.S. Patent 3,707,711. - 13 -
  14. 14. 4. VAUGHAN. R. and COLE, P.H. "Article sorting system" Australian Patent No. 491,576 (1978). US Patent No. 4,058,217 (1977). 5. VAUGHAN. R. and COLE, P.H. "Apparatus for remote temperature reading" Australian Patent 533,981. U.S. patent 4,399,441 (1983). 6. COLE, P.H., ESHRAGHIAN, K. and ROY, A.K. "Efficient object identification system", Australian Patent No. 45,570/79, European Patent No. 0 006 691, (1983) US Patent No. 4,364,043 (1982). 7. TURNER, L.H. and COLE, P.H., "Transponder system", U.S. Patent 5,305,008. (1994). 8. TURNER, L.H. and COLE, P.H., "Transponder system", Australian Patent 645,487 (1995). 9. TURNER, L.H. and COLE, P.H., "Transponder system", European Patent 458,821 (1996). 10. TURNER, L.H. and COLE, P.H., "Transponder system", Australian Patent 668,749 (1996). 11. COLE, P.H. and TURNER, "Identification system for several simultaneously interrogated labels", U.S. Patent 5,523,749, 4 June 1996, Australian patent 664,544, 23 April 96, European patent 0578701, 28 Sep 1999. Titles differ somewhat in the different jurisdictions. 12. COLE, P.H. and TURNER, L.H. “Article sorting system”, U.S. patent 5,793,305, 11 August 99, Australian Patent 698,056, 4 Feb 1999, pending in Europe. 13. TURNER, L.H. and COLE, P.H., "Identification and telemetry system", U.S Patent 5,689,239, 1997, Australian Patent 674,498, 1997, European patent 0 603 279, 20 July 1998. 14. COLE, P.H. "Enhanced range transponder system", Australian Provisional Patent Application Number PN 3643, 19 June 95, now PCT/AU97/00385, granted in Australia as Australian Patent 709,985, 13 July 1999, granted in USA as Patent number 6,172,608, 9 January 2001. 15. COLE, P.H. "Presence and data labels", Australian Provisional Patent Application Number PN 3970, 5 July 95, now PCT/AU97/00428, U.S Patent 6,144,299, 7 November 2000, Australian patent 710635, 3 August 1999, European patent EP 0 909 438 B1, 24 September 2003. 16. COLE, P.H. “Multiple tag reading systems” Australian Provisional Patent Application Numbers PN 4647 17 January 1997 and PO 9233 17th September 1997, now PCT/AU98/00017, granted in Australia as Australian patent 737367 on 29 Nov 2001, granted in USA as U.S Patent 6,538,564, 25 March 2003, granted in Europe as European patent EP 0 953 181 B1 on 3 Aug 2005. 17. P. H. COLE, “Metal screened labelling system”, Australian Provisional Patent Application number PP4738, 20th July 1998, now PCT/AU99/00587. US patent 6,956,481 B1, 18 Oct 2005. 18. L. H. TURNER and P. H. COLE, “Article sorting system”, European Patent 92907816.0, 14th August 1998. - 14 -
  15. 15. 19. P. H. COLE, D. M. HALL, R KALINOWSKI and L. H. TURNER, “Efficient multiple label reading”, Australian Provisional Patent Application number PQ4474, 3 December 1999, and PQ6084, 6 March 2000, now PCT AU 00 01493, 1 December 2000. Also known as WO 01/41043 A1. The title in USA was changed to “Electronic Label Reading System”. For cross referencing, the application number in the USA is 10/148,477 filed 26 September 2002, also known as US patent application 20030067414 dated 10 April 2003. Notified as allowed in Europe as EP 1 256 083 published 13 November 2002. Listed in Patents and Designs Journal No 6075 dated 25 October 2006 Under European Patents Granted under numbers EP1256083 and EP00981089.6. Granted as US patent number 6,992,567 dated 31 January, 2006 in the USA. 20. P.H. COLE, D.M. HALL, A.R. GRASSO and D.B. MURFETT, “A system and method for interrogating electronic labels” Australian provisional applications numbered PR 2352, 29 December 2000, PR 3072, 14 February 2001, PR 7195, 23 August 2001, and PR 8336, 19 October 2001, now PCT AU 01 01676, 28 December 2001, (titles of provisionals may differ from the PCT). Granted as US patent number 6,946,951 dated 20 Sep 2005 in the USA. 21. P. H. COLE and D. M. HALL, “Object and document control system”, Australian Provisional Patent Application number PP7954, 24 December 1998, now PCT/AU99/01165, 24 Dec 1999. 22. L. H. TURNER and P. H. COLE, “Transponder system”, Japanese patent 2,908,014, 2 April 1999. 23. P.H. COLE and A.R. GRASSO, “Copying control systems”, French Patent Application 00/15611, 1 December 2000. 24. P.H. COLE, “Object and document management system”, Australian Provisional Patent Application PR 3073, 14 February 2001, now Australian Innovations Patent Specification, Number 2002100103, 12 February 2002. 25. P.H. COLE, “Airport passenger tracking - I”, Australian Provisional Patent Application PR 4673, 1 May 2001. 26. P.H. COLE, “Airport passenger tracking - II” Australian Provisional Patent Application PR 4672, 14 May 2001. 27. P.H. COLE and D.M. HALL, “Slotted terminating adaptive round (STAR) technology for labelling systems”, Australian Provisional Patent Application PR 7195, 23 August 2001. 28. P.H. COLE and D.M. HALL, “Signalling for labelling systems”, Australian Provisional Patent Application PR 8336, 19 October 2001. 29. P.H. COLE, “Electronic label interrogation through incidental electromagnetic radiation”, Australian Provisional Patent Application PR 8505, 29 October 2001, now PCT AU 02 01432, 21 October 2002. European patent application EP1440424. Granted as US patent number 7,221,259 dated 22 May 2007 in the USA. 30. P.H. COLE, “Secure data tagging systems”, Australian Provisional Patent Application PR 9394, 11 December 2001, now PCT AU 02 01671, 10 December 2002. Granted as US patent number 7,187,267 dated 6 Mar 2007 in the USA. 31. P.H. COLE, “A system and method for communicating with electronic labels”, Australian Provisional Patent Applications PR 9962, 16 January 2002, PS 0009, 18 January 2002, and PS 0034, 21 January 2002, now PCT AU 03 00036 dated 16 - 15 -
  16. 16. January 2003. Also known as WO 03/062861 A1. European patent application EP1466193. Still on 27 Oct 08 under examination in the USA under application number 20040246101. David Hall says he believes that this case has been abandoned. 8.3 Books P. H COLE and D.C RANASINGHE, Editors “Networked RFID Systems and Lightweight Cryptography” Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2008, ISBN 978-3-540-71640-2. 8.4 Book chapters T. STAAKE, F. MICHAHELLES, E. FLEISCH, J. R. WILLIAMS, HAO MIN, P. H. COLE, SANG-GUG LEE, D. MCFARLANE, and JUN MURAI, “Anti-Counterfeiting and Supply Chain Security” in P. H COLE and D.C RANASINGHE, Editors “Networked RFID Systems and Lightweight Cryptography” Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2008, ISBN 978-3-540-71640-2. D. C. RANASINGHE, and P. H. COLE, “Networked RFID Systems” in P. H COLE and D.C RANASINGHE, Editors “Networked RFID Systems and Lightweight Cryptography” Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2008, ISBN 978-3-540-71640-2. D. C. RANASINGHE, M. HARRISON, and P. H. COLE, “EPC Network Architecture” in P. H COLE and D.C RANASINGHE, Editors “Networked RFID Systems and Lightweight Cryptography” Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2008, ISBN 978-3-540-71640-2. M. JANTSCHER, R. GHOSAL, A. GRASSO, and P. H. COLE, “A Security Primer” ” in P. H COLE and D.C RANASINGHE, Editors “Networked RFID Systems and Lightweight Cryptography” Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2008, ISBN 978-3-540-71640-2. D. C. RANASINGHE, and P. H. COLE, “Addressing Insecurities and Violations of Privacy” in P. H COLE and D.C RANASINGHE, Editors “Networked RFID Systems and Lightweight Cryptography” Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2008, ISBN 978-3-540-71640-2. B. JAMALI, P. H. COLE, and D. ENGELS, “RFID Tag Vulnerabilities in RFID Systems”, in P. H COLE and D.C RANASINGHE, Editors “Networked RFID Systems and Lightweight Cryptography” Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2008, ISBN 978-3-540-71640-2. D. C. RANASINGHE, and P. H. COLE, “An Evaluation Framework”, in P. H COLE and D.C RANASINGHE, Editors “Networked RFID Systems and Lightweight Cryptography” Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2008, ISBN 978-3-540-71640-2. D. C. RANASINGHE, S. DEVADAS, and P. H. COLE, “A Low Cost Solution to Cloning and Authentication Based on a Lightweight Primitive”, in P. H COLE and D. C. RANASINGHE, Editors “Networked RFID Systems and Lightweight Cryptography” Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2008, ISBN 978-3-540-71640-2. D. C. RANASINGHE, and P. H. COLE, “Far-Field tag antenna design methodology” in RFID Handbook, S. Ahson and M. Ilyas, Eds., CRC Press, pp 65-92, ISBN: 1-4200-5499-6. B. JAMALI and P. H. COLE, “Contemporary RFID reader architecture” in RFID Handbook, S. Ahson and M. Ilyas, Eds., CRC Press, pp 93-108, ISBN: 1-4200-5499-6. - 16 -
  17. 17. K. S. LEONG, M. L. NG, A. R. GRASSO, and P. H. COLE, “RFID reader synchronization” in RFID Handbook, S. Ahson and M. Ilyas, Eds., CRC Press, pp 125-138, ISBN: 1-4200-5499-6. P. H. COLE and D. C. RANASINGHE, “Electromagnetic coupling in RFID” in RFID Handbook, S. Ahson and M. Ilyas, Eds., CRC Press, pp 231-247, ISBN: 1-4200-5499-6. M. L. NG, K.S. LEONG, and P. H. COLE, “RFID tags for metallic object identification”, in RFID Handbook, S. Ahson and M. Ilyas, Eds., CRC Press, pp 249-259, ISBN: 1-4200-5499-6. P. H. COLE, ZONGHAO HU, L. H. TURNER, and D.C RANASINGHE, “THE FUTURE of RFID” in D. C. Ranasinghe, Q. Sheng, and S. Zeadally, Editors “Unique Radio Innovation for the 21st Century: Building Scalable and Global RFID Networks” Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2008, (to be published in 2010) ISBN not yet known. 8.5 Journal articles 1. COLE, P.H. and VAUGHAN, R. "A General Purpose Precision Magnet Supply". Journal of Scientific Instruments 40, 411-414, August, 1963. 2. COLE, P.H. "Parallel-Pumping of Magnetoelastic Waves". Journal of Applied Physics 37, 998-999, March, 1966. 3. COLE, P.H. and INCE, W.E. "Equilibrium Spin Configuration and Resonance Behaviour of RbMnF". Physical Review 150, 377-383, October, 1966. 4. COLE, P.H and COURTNEY, W.E. "Uniform Mode Resonance and Spin Wave Instability in RbMnF". Journal of Applied Physics 38, 1278, March, 1967. 5. COLE, P.H. "Nonlinear Coupling Between Antiferromagnetic Resonance Modes". Applied Physics Letters 10, 272 (1967). 6. COLE, P.H. "Antiferromagnetic Spin Wave Instability Calculations in the Flopped State". Electronics Letters, 3, No 8, pp 363-364 (1967). 7. COLE, P.H. "The Interpretation of Parallel Pumping Experiments Near the Magnetoelastic Interaction Region". I.E.E.E. Transactions on Magnetics, 4, 184-192, (1968). 8. SABINE, H. and COLE, P.H. "Communication Applications of Surface Wave Acoustic Waves". I. E. A. Trans. Elec. Eng. 6, 199, (1970). 9. SABINE, H. and COLE, P.H. "Surface Acoustic Waves in Communications Engineering". Ultrasonics 9, 103 (1971). 10. SABINE, H. and COLE, P.H. "Acoustic Surface Wave Devices: a Survey". Proceedings of the I.R.E.E., 32, 445, (1971). 11. SABINE, H. and COLE, P.H. "Instability Thresholds in the Electroacoustic Amplifier". Proceedings of the I.R.E.E., 34,211 (1973). 12. BURGESS, A.S. and COLE, P.H. "Design of Acoustic Surface Wave Devices using an Admittance Formalism". I. E. E. E. Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, 21, 611 (1973). - 17 -
  18. 18. 13. BURGESS, A.S. and COLE, P.H. "Passive One-Port Information Storage Using Acoustic Surface Waves". I.E.E.E. Transactions on Sonics and Ultrasonics SUU-24, 25 (1975). 14. ESHRAGHIAN, K., COLE, P.H. and ROY, A.K. "Electromagnetic Coupling in Subharmonic Transponders". Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Australia, 2, 28 (1982). 15. ESHRAGHIAN, K. and COLE, P.H. "A New Class of Subharmonic Transponders". Proc IEE 130, 45 (1983). 16. COLE, P.H. and GRASSO, A.R. "The Case for Full Custom Design", Australian Electronics Engineering, January 1990, pp 64-65. 17. PARFITT, A.J., GRIFFIN, D.W. and COLE, P.H., "On the modelling of metal strip antennas contiguous with the edge of electrically thick finite size dielectric substrates", IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, Vol. 40, No.2, February 1992, pp. 134-140. 18. PARFITT, A.J., GRIFFIN, D.W. and COLE, P.H., "Mutual coupling between metal strip dipole antennas on electrically thick, finite size dielectric substrates", IEEE Trans. on Antennas and Propagation, vol 41, No 1, January 1993, pp. 108-115. 19. PARFITT, A.J., GRIFFIN, D.W. and COLE, P.H., "Analysis of infinite arrays of substrate supported metal strip antennas", IEEE Trans. on Antennas and Propagation, AP-41, no 2, February 1993, pp. 191-199. 20. PARFITT, A.J., GRIFFIN, D.W. and COLE, P.H., "Monolithic integrated antenna design for millimetre-wave wireless local area network systems", Journal of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Australia, Special Issue on Mobile Communications, June 1995. 21. RANASINGHE, D.C., LIM, D., DEVADAS, S., ABBOTT, D., and COLE, P.H., “Random numbers from metastability and thermal noise,” IEE Electronic Letters, vol 41, Issue 16, pg. 11-12, 2005. 22. LEONG, K. S., NG, M. L., GRASSO, A. R. and COLE, P. H., “Dense RFID reader deployment in Europe using synchronization,” Journal of Communications, vol. 1, no. 7, pp. 9–16, 2006. 23. HU, Z. H. and COLE, P. H., “Analysis and Design of Meander Line Dipole Antennas”, submitted to IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, in September 2009. Outcome not known. 8.6 Conference proceedings 1. SABINE, H. and COLE, P.H. "Design Data for Anisotropic Surface Wave Devices". Proceedings of the Conference on Materials for the Electrical and Electronics Industries, Perth, August, 1971, pp. 255-262. 2. COLE, P.H. and SABINE. H. "Materials for Surface Acoustic Wave Technology". Proceedings of the Conference on Materials for the Electrical and Electronics Industries, Perth, August, 1971, pp. 271-278. - 18 -
  19. 19. 3. SABINE, H. and COLE, P.H. "Reciprocity Relations and Coupled Mode Theory Applied to Guided Microsonic Waves". Proceedings of the Symposium on Microwave Communication, Adelaide, February, 1972, pp 20/1. 4. KRISHNAMACHARYULU, N.C.V., and COLE, P.H. "Synthesis of Acoustic Surface Wave Filters for Australia TV IF Standards". I.R.E.E. National Radio and Electronics Engineering Convention, August 1973, PP 130-131. 5. BURGESS, A.S. and COLE, P.H. "Second Order Response Prediction in Acoustic Surface Wave Devices Using an Admittance Model", I.R.E.E. National Radio and Electronics Engineering Convention, August 1973, PP 144-145. 6. BELL, J.S., COLE, P.H. DAVIS, A.L. and WESTE, N.H.E. "High Entropy Refreshed Display System". I.R.E.E. National Radio and Electronics Engineering Convention, August 1975. 7. DAVIS, A.L., WESTE, N.H.E., COLE, P.H. and BELL, J.S. "An Interactive Monochrome and Colour Display System". Seventh Australian Computer Conference, Perth (1976). 8. COLE, P.H., ESHRAGHIAN, K. and ROY, A.K. "Theory and Operation of a Passive Subharmonic Transponder". I.R.E.E. International Electronics Convention, August 1979. 9. COLE,. P.H., BURGESS, A.S. and VAUGHAN, R. "Article Sorting Using Acoustic Surface Wave Passive One-Port Labels". I.R.E.E. International Electronics Convention, August 1979, 10. COLE, P.H., ESHRAGHIAN, K. and ROY. A.K. "Measurement and Characteristics of Environmental Noise Affecting Low Frequency Transponder Operations". I.R.E.E. International Electronics Convention, August 1979. 11. ESHRAGHIAN, K. and COLE. P.H. "Modulation Principles in One-Port Passive Transponders". I.R.E.E. International Electronics Convention, August 1981, pp 375-377. 12. ESHRAGHIAN, K. and COLE. P.H. "Power Transfer Modelling in Proximity of Conducting Surfaces". I.R.E.E. International Electronics Convention, August 1981. 13. ROY. A. K. and COLE, P.H. "Error Control in a Vehicle Identification System". I.R.E.E. International Electronics Convention, August 1981, pp 381-383. 14. COLE, P.H. and WATSON. C.R. "VLSI Design" Proc. First Asean Science and Technology Week, Kuala Lumpur, Vol II, 868-869, (1986). 15. DICKINSON, A.G., COLE, P.H., GRASSO, A. R. and WATSON, C.R. "A Tool Set for Correct By Construction VLSI Design", Electronic Design Automation Conference", London, July 1987. 16. ZYNER, G.B. and COLE, P.H. "SPEEDY - A special Purpose VLSI Architecture for Solution of Partial Differential Equations". IREE International Electronics Convention, September 1987. 17. ZYNER, G.B. and COLE, P.H. "A Small Geometry MOSFET Model for Circuit Simulation". IREE International Electronics Convention, September 1987. - 19 -
  20. 20. 18. COLE, P.H. and GRIFFIN, D.W. "Consistency, Efficiency and Accessibility in the Teaching of Electrodynamics", pacific Region conference on electrical Engineering Education, Sydney 1988. 19. COLE, P.H., TURNER, L.H. and GRIFFIN, D.W., "Antennas for RF modulated backscatter systems", CSIRO/ATERB Symposium on Antennas, Sydney, February, 1991, p.21. 20. PARFITT, A.J., GRIFFIN, D.W. and COLE, P.H., "Analysis of a metal strip dipole antenna suitable for monolithic integration at millimetre wavelengths", CSIRO/ATERB Symposium on Antennas, Sydney, February 1991, p.46. 21. PARFITT, A.J., GRIFFIN, D.W. and COLE, P.H., "Theoretical and measured input admittance of a metal strip antenna continuous with the edge of and electrically thick finite size dielectric substrate", IEEE Antennas and Propagation Symposium, London, Ontario, June 1991, pp 995-998. 22. PARFITT, A.J., GRIFFIN, D.W. and COLE, P.H., "Measuring the radiation pattern of a resonant dipole antenna in the presence of an electrically thick finite size dielectric substrate - a method that satisfies theoretical assumptions", IEEE Antennas and Propagation Symposium, London, Ontario, June 1991, pp 1206-1209. 23. PARFITT, A.J., GRIFFIN, D.W. and COLE, P.H., "Computer aided design of monolithic integrated circuit antennas and arrays", IREECON 91, Sydney, Australia, 16-20 September 1991, pp 680-683. 24. PARFITT, A.J., GRIFFIN, D.W. and COLE, P.H., "A chip scale approach to monolithic microwave integrated circuit antenna design for millimetre wavelengths", IEEE Antennas and Propagation Symposium, Chicago, IL, USA, 18-25 July 1992, pp 1914-1917. 25. PARFITT, A.J., GRIFFIN, D.W. and COLE, P.H., "Mutual coupling between metal strip dipole antennas on electrically thick, finite size dielectric substrates", IEEE Antennas and Propagation Symposium, Chicago, IL, USA, 18-25 July 1992, pp 1906-1909. 26. PARFITT, A.J., GRIFFIN, D.W. and COLE, P.H., "Active impedance computation for an infinite array of monolithic integrated circuit antennas", IEEE Antennas and Propagation Symposium, Chicago, IL, USA, 18-25 July 1992, pp 1910-1913. 27. COLE, P.H. TURNER, L.H., and GRIFFIN, D.W., "Field creation and confinement structures for radio frequency label interrogation", Asia Pacific Microwave Conference, Adelaide, Australia, 11-13 August 1992, pp 665-668. 28. PARFITT, A.J., GRIFFIN, D.W. and COLE, P.H., "Design of a new monolithically integrated array for millimetre wavelengths", Asia Pacific Microwave Conference, Adelaide, Australia, 11-13 August 1992, pp 35-38. 29. PARFITT, A.J., GRIFFIN, D.W. and COLE, P.H., "Numerical modelling of infinite arrays of composite dielectric and conducting antenna elements", ACES/TEAM International Workshop on Applied Computational Electromagnetics, Melbourne, 14 August 1992, p. 145. 30. PARFITT, A.J., GRIFFIN, D.W. and COLE, P.H., "Controlling cross-polarised radiation from substrate supported metal strip antennas for use in monolithically fabricated phased arrays", IEEE AP-S International Symposium Digest, Ann Arbor, MI, USA, June 28 to July 2, 1993, pp. 596-599 - 20 -
  21. 21. 31. PARFITT, A.J., GRIFFIN, D.W. and COLE, P.H., "The effect of polarisation currents in infinite size dielectric substrates on scan blindness in infinite phased arrays of printed metal strip antennas", XXIV General Assembly of URSI, Kyoto, Japan, August 25 - September 2, 1993, pp. 28. 32. PARFITT, A.J., GRIFFIN, D.W. and COLE, P.H., "Design of millimetre wave monolithically integrated active phased array antennas", Proc. of the Workshop on Millimetre-Wave Power Generation and Beam Control, The University of Alabama in Huntsville, USA, September 14-16 1993. 33. COLE, P.H. and AL-SARAWI, S.F., "Three new controlled gain amplifier circuits", Proc 12th Australian Microelectronics Conference, Gold Coast, October 1993, pp. 141-146. 34. AL-SARAWI, S.F. and COLE, P.H., "Three new schmitt trigger circuits with adjustable hysteresis", Proc. 12th Australian Microelectronics Conference, Gold Coast, October 1993, pp. 239-244. 35. PARFITT, A.J., GRIFFIN, D.W. and COLE, P.H., "Modelling dissipative losses in integrated antenna elements", 4th Australian Symposium on Antennas, Sydney, February 1994, pp7. 36. PARFITT, A.J., GRIFFIN, D.W. and COLE, P.H., "Monolithic integrated antenna technology for millimetre-wave wireless LAN components", International Conference on Universal Wireless Access, Melbourne, April 1994, pp. 145-149. 37. PARFITT, A.J., GRIFFIN, D.W. and COLE, P.H., "The effect of waveguide backed apertures in the ground plane of an infinite dipole array", IEEE Antennas and Propagation Symp. Seattle, WA, USA, June 1994, pp. 1506-1509. 38. PARFITT, A.J. and COLE, P.H., "Analysis of a printed dipole active reflector", IEEE Antennas and Propagation Symposium, Seattle, WA, USA, June 1994, pp. 1256-1259. 39. COLE, P.H., HALL, D.M., LOUKINE, M, and WERNER, C.D. "Fundamental Constraints on rf Tagging Systems", Third Annual Wireless Symposium and Exhibition, Santa Clara, February 1995, pp 294-303. 40. COLE, P.H. and AL-SARAWI, S.F., "A low power ripple through Gray code counter", 13th Australian Microelectronics Conference, Adelaide, July 1995, pp175-179. 41. AL-SARAWI, S.F. and COLE, P.H. "Digital trimming for operational amplifiers", 13th Australian Microelectronics Conference, Adelaide, July 1995, pp322-327. 42. COLE, P.H., and HALL, D.M.,. “Integral backscattering transponders for low cost rf id applications”, Fourth Annual Wireless Symposium and Exhibition, Santa Clara, February 1996, pp 328-336. 43. AL-SARAWI, S.F., ABBOTT, D. and COLE, P.H. “Application of Neuron MOS in Analog Design” 14th Australian Microelectronics Conference, Melbourne, October 1997. 44. AL-SARAWI, S.F., COLE, P.H. and ABBOTT, D. “Very Low Frequency, Low Power Oscillators” 14th Australian Microelectronics Conference, Melbourne, October 1997. - 21 -
  22. 22. 45. COLE, P.H. and HALL, D.M. “Problems and solutions in multiple tag reading,” Wireless and Portable Design Conference, Burlington, Massachusetts, September 1997, pp 252-257. 46. HALL, D. M. and COLE, P.H. “A fully integrable turn-on circuit for RFID transponders,” Wireless and Portable Design Conference, Burlington, Massachusetts, September 1997, pp 66-71. 47. POPE, G.S., LOUKINE, M.Y., HALL, D.M., and COLE, P.H., “Innovative systems design for 13.56 MHz RFID”, Wireless and Portable Design Conference, Burlington, Massachusetts, September 1997, pp 240-245. 48. P.H. COLE, “Coupling and Quality Factors in RFID”, in Design, Characterisation and Packaging for MEMS and Microelectronics, Paul D. Franzon, Editor, Proceedings of SPIE Vol. 4593, pp 1-11, 17 December 2001. 49. P. H. Cole and D. W. Engels, “Auto ID – 21st century supply chain technology”, Proceedings of the AEEMA Cleaner Greener Smarter conference, Melbourne Exhibition Centre, 15-16 Oct. 2002, (invited paper). 50. D. C. Ranasinghe, D.W. Engels, P.H. Cole, “Security and privacy solutions for low cost RFID systems”, in Sensor Networks, Proceedings of the ISSNIP Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 2004. 51. D. C. Ranasinghe, D. Hall, P.H. Cole, and D. W. Engels, “An embedded UHF RFID label antenna for tagging metallic objects”, in Sensor Networks, Proceedings of the ISSNIP Conference Melbourne, Australia, 2004. 52. B. Jamali, P. H. Cole, D. C. Ranasinghe, and Z. Zhu, “Design and optimisation of Schottky diodes in CMOS technology with application to passive RFID systems”, in Smart Structures, Devices, and Systems II, Proceedings of SPIE Vol. 5649, 2004. 53. D. C. Ranasinghe, D. Lim, S. Devadas, B. Jamali, Z. Zhu, and P. H. Cole, “An Integrable Low Cost Hardware Random Number Generator”, in Smart Structures, Devices, and Systems II, Proceedings of SPIE Vol. 5649, 2004. 54. D. Lim, D. C. Ranasinghe, S. Devadas, B. Jamali, D. Abbott, P. H. Cole, “Exploiting metastability and thermal noise to build a re-configurable hardware random number generator,” Proc. of SPIE Vol. 5844 SPIE, Bellingham, WA, 2005. 55. D. C. Ranasinghe, D. Lim, S. Devadas, B. Jamali, D. Abbott and P. H. Cole, “Exploiting metastability and thermal noise to build a re-configurable hardware random number generator,” Noise in Devices and Circuits III; Proceedings of SPIE Vol. 5844, p. 294-309, Texas, USA, May 2005. 56. D. M. Hall, D. C. Ranasinghe, B. Jamali and P. H. Cole, “Turn-on circuits based on standard CMOS technology for active RFID labels,” VLSI Circuits and Systems II; Proceedings of SPIE Vol. 5837, Seville, Spain, June 2005. 57. D. C. Ranasinghe and P. H. Cole, “Evaluation of a MEMS based theft detection circuit of RFID labels,” VLSI Circuits and Systems II; Proceedings of SPIE Vol. 5837, Seville, Spain, June 2005. 58. K. S. Leong, M. L. Ng, D. W. Engels and P. H. Cole, “EPC Network Architecture,” White Paper Series, Edition 1, Auto-ID Labs, 2005. 59. K. S. Leong, M. L. Ng and P. H. Cole, “The reader collision problem in RFID systems,” IEEE 2005 International symposium on Microwave, antenna, propagation - 22 -
  23. 23. and EMC technologies for wireless Communications, Vol. 1, pp.658-661. Beijing, China, 8-12 August 2005. 60. M. L. Ng, K. S. Leong and P. H. Cole, “Analysis of constraints in small UHF RFID tag design,” IEEE 2005 International symposium on Microwave, antenna, propagation and EMC technologies for wireless Communications, Vol. 1, pp.507-510. Beijing, China, 8-12 August 2005. 61. M. L. Ng, K. S. Leong, D. M. Hall and P. H. Cole, “A small passive UHF RFID tag for livestock identification,” IEEE 2005 International symposium on Microwave, antenna, propagation and EMC technologies for wireless Communications, Vol. 1, pp.67-70. Beijing, China, 8-12 August 2005. 62. D. C. Ranasinghe, K. S. Leong, M. L. Ng, D. W. Engels and P. H. Cole, “A distributed architecture for a ubiquitous item identification network,” Seventh International Conference on Ubiquitous computing, Tokyo, Japan, Sept 2005. 63. D. C. Ranasinghe, D. W. Engels and P. H. Cole, “Low cost RFID systems: confronting security and privacy,” Auto-ID Labs White Paper Journal Volume 1, Sept 2005. 64. D. C. Ranasinghe, K. S. Leong, M. L. Ng, D. W. Engels and P. H. Cole, “A distributed architecture for a ubiquitous RFID sensing network,” Proc. of the 2005 Intelligent Sensors, Sensor Networks & Information Processing Conference, Melbourne, Australia. pp. 343-347, 5-8 December, 2005. 65. Peter Cole, “Evolution of RFID Systems,” RFID Academic Convocation, 23rd January 2006. 66. B. Jamali, D. C. Ranasinghe, P. H. Cole, “Analysis of UHF RFID CMOS rectifier structures and input impedance characteristics,” SPIE International, Microelectronics: Design, Technology, and Packaging II, Jan 2006, SPIE Vol. 6035, 60350D. 67. B. Jamali, D. C. Ranasinghe, P. H. Cole , “Design and optimisation of power rectifiers for passive RFID systems in monolithic CMOS,” SPIE International, Microelectronics: Design, Technology, and Packaging II, Jan 2006, SPIE Vol. 6035, 60350D 68. K. S. Leong, M. L. Ng, A. Grasso and P. H. Cole, “Synchronization of RFID Readers for Dense RFID Reader Environments,” SAINT 2006, Phoenix USA: January 27th, 2006. 69. K. S. Leong, M. L. Ng and P. H. Cole, “Positioning Analysis of Multiple Antennas in a Dense RFID Reader Environment”, SAINT 2006: Phoenix USA: January 27th, 2006. 70. K. S. Leong, M. L. Ng and P. H. Cole, “Operational Considerations in Simulation and Deployment of RFID Systems,” EMC-Zurich Symposium, Singapore 27th February 2006. 71. D. C. Ranasinghe and P. H. Cole, “Analysis of power transfer at UHF to RFID ICs by miniaturized RFID label antennas,” IEEE International Workshop on Antenna technology: Small Antennas and Novel Metamaterials, New York, March 2006. 72. D. C. Ranasinghe and P. H. Cole, “Extending coupling volume theory to analyse small loop antennas for UHF RFID applications,” IEEE International Workshop on - 23 -
  24. 24. Antenna technology: Small Antennas and Novel Metamaterials, New York, 6 March 2006. pp164-167, ISBN ISBN 0-7803-9444-5. 73. D. C. Ranasinghe, K. S. Leong, M. L. Ng and P. H. Cole, “Small UHF RFID label antenna design and limitations”, IEEE International Workshop on Antenna technology: Small Antennas and Novel Metamaterials, New York, March 2006. 74. M. L. Ng, K. S. Leong and P. H. Cole, “A Small Passive UHF RFID Tag for Metallic Item Identification,” International Technical Conference on Circuits/Systems, Computers and Communications (ITC-CSCC 2006): Chiang Mai, Thailand, 10-13 July 2006. 75. K. S. Leong, M. L. Ng and P. H. Cole, “Dual-Frequency Antenna Design for RFID Application,” International Technical Conference on Circuits/Systems, Computers and Communications (ITC-CSCC 2006): Chiang Mai, Thailand, 10-13 July 2006. 76. M. Jantscher and P. H. Cole, “Security and Authentication Primer,” Auto-ID Labs, White Paper Series on Anti-Counterfeiting and Secure Supply Chain. 77. D. Ranasinghe and P. H. Cole, “A Perspective on Fixing Security and Privacy Holes in Low Cost RFID,” Auto-ID Labs, White Paper Series on Anti-Counterfeiting and Secure Supply Chain. 78. B. Jamali, D. Engels and P. H. Cole, “RFID Tag Vulnerabilities in RFID Systems,” Auto-ID Labs, White Paper Series on Anti-Counterfeiting and Secure Supply Chain. 79. R. Ghosal and P. H. Cole, “Elliptic Curve Cryptography,” Auto-ID Labs, White Paper Series on Anti-Counterfeiting and Secure Supply Chain. 80. R. Ghosal, M. Jantscher, A. Grasso and P. H. Cole, “One-Time Codes in RFID,” Auto-ID Labs, White Paper Series on Anti-Counterfeiting and Secure Supply Chain. 81. D. Ranasinghe, D. Lim, S. Devadas and P. H. Cole, “A Low Cost Solution to Authentication in Passive RFID Technology,” Auto-ID Labs, White Paper Series on Anti-Counterfeiting and Secure Supply Chain. 82. A. Grasso and P. H. Cole, “Definition of Terms used by the Auto-ID Labs in the Anti-Counterfeiting White Paper Series,” Auto-ID Labs, White Paper Series on Anti- Counterfeiting and Secure Supply Chain. 83. D. Ranasinghe and P. H. Cole, “Confronting Security and Privacy Threats in Modern RFID Systems,” Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems, and Computers California, 29 October 2006, pp2058-2064, ISBN 1-4244-0785-0. 84. K. S. Leong, M. L. Ng and P. H. Cole, “Investigation of the Threshold of Second Carrier Sensing in RFID Deployment,” International Symposium on Applications and the Internet Workshops (SAINT Workshops 2007), Hiroshima, Japan, 15 - 19 January 2007. 85. M. L. Ng, K. S. Leong, and P. H. Cole, “Design and miniaturization of an RFID tag using a simple rectangular patch antenna for metallic object identification,” in IEEE AP-S International Symposium, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, 2007. 86. K. S. Leong, M. L. Ng, and P. H. Cole, “Investigation on the deployment of HF and UHF RFID tag in livestock identification,” in IEEE AP-S International Symposium, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, 2007. - 24 -
  25. 25. 87. K. S. Leong, M. L. Ng, and P. H. Cole, “Miniaturization of dual frequency RFID antenna with high frequency ratio,” in IEEE AP-S International Symposium, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, 2007. 88. K. S. Leong, M. L. Ng, and P. H. Cole, “Investigation of RF cable effect on RFID tag antenna impedance measurement,” in IEEE AP-S International Symposium, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, 2007. 89. R. Ghosal, D. C. Ranasinghe and P. H. Cole , Bit-Oriented Generators For Wireless Sensor Networks and Low Cost RFID Transponders, Proceedings of the fourth IASTED International Conference on Advances in Computer Science and Technology, Langkawi, Malaysia, 2-4 April, 2008. 90. Zhonghao Hu and P. H Cole, “A Method for Calculating the Resonant Frequency of Meander Line Dipole Antenna”, 4th IEEE conference on Industrial Electronic and Applications, Xi’an, China, 25-27 May 2009. 91. J-H. Cho, P. H. Cole and S. Kim, “An NFC transceiver using an inductive powered receiver for passive, active, RW and RFID modes”, Proceedings of the International SoC Design Conference, Busan, Korea, November 2009. 92. Zhonghao Hu and P. H Cole, “The Slitted Decoupler Design for Metallic Item Detection in UHF RFID Systems”, Asia-Pacific Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, Beijing, China, 12-16 April 2010. 93. Zhonghao Hu and P. H Cole, “Detection of DVD Devices in a Stack by a UHF RFID System”, Asia-Pacific Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, Beijing, China, 12-16 April 2010. 8.7 Technical reports 1. COLE, P.H. "Equilibrium Spin Configuration and Resonance Behaviour of RbMnF". Technical Report 7, Microwave and Quantum Magnetics Group, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, June 1966 (26 pages). 2. COLE, P.H. "Harmonic Generation in Antiferromagnetic Resonance". Technical Report 9, Microwave and Quantum Magnetics Group, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, June 1967 (35 pages). 3. COLE, P.H. "Second Order Coupling by Anisotropy and Exchange in Antiferromagnetic Resonance". Technical Report 18, Microwave and Quantum Magnetics Group, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, June 1967 (9 pages). 4. COLE, P.H. "Communication Applications of Surface Acoustic Waves". Technical Report 1-68, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Adelaide, November 1968 (86 pages). 5. COLE, P.H. "Communication Applications of Surface Acoustic Waves - Acoustic Amplification". Technical Report 3-69, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Adelaide, November 1969 (64 pages). 7.8. COLE, P.H. "Proposals for Research and Development of an Electronic Surveillance System". University of Adelaide, 1970 (2 reports) 22 pages). 9.12 COLE, P.H. "Development of an Electronic Surveillance Baggage Sorting System". Reports to Sensormatic Electronics Corporation, University of Adelaide, 1971-1972 (4 reports (212 pages). - 25 -
  26. 26. 13. COLE, P.H. and VAUGHAN, R. "The Sensorbag System: An Automatic Baggage Destination Identification System". Unisearch Ltd, 1973 (252 pages). 14. COLE, P.H. "Phase 1 VLSI Design Suite Technical Manual", Integrated Silicon Design Pty Ltd (337 pages). 15. COLE, P.H. "Phase 2 VLSI Design Suite Technical Manual", Integrated Silicon Design Pty Ltd. (274 pages). 16. COLE, P.H. "Universal Systems Analyser Technical Manual", Integrated Silicon Design Pty Ltd (204 pages). 17. COLE, P.H. "Contactless Interfaces for Vehicular Identification Systems" Report to Monolin Consortium under Esprit Project 6936, 1 May 1995, (93 pages). PHC. 17th October 2009. - 26 -

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