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  • Mehdi SI MOUSSA and Ammar. B. Kouki
    simoussa@ieee.org
    Post Doctoral Fellow
    Communications and Microelectronics Laboratory (LACIME)
    Department of Electric al Engineering
    École de Technologie Supérieure
    http://www.linkedin.com/in/simoussa
    Meander Line Antenna for RFID Applications in Health Care
    1
    08/05/2011
  • RFID
    Frequencies
    RFID technology
    RFID @ LACIME
    Introduction
    Expertises
    RFID for biopsy cassettes
    Introduction
    RFID in health care
    Antenna performance Analysis
    LTCC ?
    Conclusions
    Outline
    2
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  • RFID 1/3
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  • RFID 2/3
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  • RFID tags sold by hundreds of billions
    2007: 1,74 B$
    2010: 2,16 B$
    2018: 650 B$
    Growth rate
    2008: + 7,3%
    From 2008 to 2013: + 15% per year
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    RFID 3/3
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    Values of applications of RFID tags
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    In Canada, the RFID market for automotive, aerospace and industrial manufacturing is expected to grow from $18.7 million in 2005 to $61.0 million in 2012.*
    RFID in Canada
    http://www.privacyconference2007.gc.ca/workbooks/Terra_Incognita_workbook8_E.html#footnote3
    *"North American RFID Markets For Automotive, Aerospace & Industrial Manufacturing," Publisher: Frost & Sullivan, May 2006.
  • RFID technology
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    • Antenna
    • Integrated Circuit
    Micro/Nanoelectronics
    - RF Front End
    - Memory
    - ID - 512 bits
    - RFID Communication
    Protocol
    - Digital Processing
    - Security
    • Assembly
    • RF Power Generation
    • LowCost
  • 8
    RFID @LACIME
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  • Introduction
    About the lab:
    The RFID activitywaslaunched in the LACIME labin 2010.
    The main objective of this research group is to provide expertise in RFID domain and promote collaboration and partnership with industries.
    The lab expertise's include the development of new RFID technologies and prototype designs, by taking into account all the steps from electromagnetic modeling to the actual tag testing.
    We look forward to collaboration and partnership with federal and provincial governments, industries, and universities.
  • Expertises
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    - RFID System characteriztion
    - Tag and circuitryintegration
    - RFID system depoielment and testing
     
         
    - Power levelAnalysis
    • Tag localization and tracking
    • RFID system evaluation
    - Innovativeantenna designs
    - Computationalelectromagnaticcharcterization & modeling
    - Antenna/Microwave Consulting Design, Analysis and testing
     
    • Microstrip and planarantenna design
    • PCB basedantennas
    • LTCC design
    RFID System Design
    Budget Link
    Antennes & Propagation
    Prototyping
  • 11
    RFID Projects
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  • RFID in Healthcare
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    • Tracking pharmaceuticals from the manufacturer, distributor, and pharmacy to the point of administering medication to the patient;
    • Tracking movable equipment, medical devices, and other valuable
    items to provide ready access when needed
    and to reduce losses ;
    • Ensuring the proper identification of laboratory
    specimens, including biopsy samples and containers
    of blood or urine to reduce medical errors;
    • Tracking patients-both for the purposes of
    redundant identification prior to the administration of
    medications or surgery and for protecting infants,
    Alzheimer’s patients, and others with special vulnerabilities;
    • Managing controlled substances, pathogens, and
    other materials that pose a public health risk;
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    RFID for biopsy caissette
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    Meander line antenna on Rogers
  • RFID on LTCC
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    • Study of the feasibility of the antenna on LTCC substrate and how to integrate it to the cassette fabrication process.
    • Advantages
    • LTCC robustness (the box is submitted to high temperature and pressure during the manufacturing process).
    • More degrees of freedom for the design of the antenna on LTCC
    • The chip can be easily integrated to the antenna by wore bonding
  • LTCC 1/2
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    *NouriaBelambri: “Design of a Buried Hybrid Coupler For Wideband Applications Using LTCC Technology”
    Ecole de TechnologieSupérieure, Montreal
  • LTCC 2/2
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    • RFID chips do not require a line of sight, which make automatic identification of assets, equipment, patients, and so on without Visual contact, and give a real-time access to detailed information.
    • The size of antenna (24×5.2×0.635 mm) is fabricated to fit within the front face of a Biopsy cassette.
    • The next step is to design a prototype on LTCC
    Conclusions and perspectives
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    The authors wish to thank Maxime Thibault from the Telecommunication and Microwave Lab.(EcolePolytechnique Montreal) for antenna measurements.
    This work was supported by the NSERC (Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada) within the ”Engage Project”.
    Acknowledgments