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Flexible RFID Patch for Food Spoilage Monitoring
  When food is reversed under an inappropriate situation, for example inadequate temperature, foodstuff would turn rotten as a result of the rapid breed of food spoilage bacteria under warm and wet circumstances where bacteria can be easily generated, the consequences can be worse if human beings eat those degenerative comestible, we might get bromatoxism. This paper focuses on the designing and simulation of a wearable radio frequency identification (RFID) patch for food spoilage monitoring with smart packaging that can be recognized and read temperature information by device supporting near field communication (NFC) technology through an attached circular antenna. More precisely, this patch can be read under a designed high frequency of 13.56MHz, and data is transmitted from the chip MLX90129 with its internal sensor that sends the temperature to the reader module.

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    31 December 2018

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    Historic Funder (pre-Worktribe)


Yuan, M., Ghannam, R., Karadimas, P., & Heidari, H. (2018). Flexible RFID Patch for Food Spoilage Monitoring. In 2018 IEEE Asia Pacific Conference on Postgraduate Research in Microelectronics and Electronics (PrimeAsia) (68-71).



Temperature Sensing, RFID, Smart Packaging, Food Monitoring

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