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Think Wireless IoT Day on Healthcare and Security


NFC/HF-RFID transponder IC for Sensor Applications. Muralikrishna Sathyamurthy

This NFC to I2C bridge IC can be used to develop RFID sensor transponders for healthcare applications such as:

  • Wireless real-time monitoring of process parameters (e.g. temperature, humidity, pressure) measurement in laboratory applications
  • Condition monitoring of bioanalytical solutions in micro well/microtiter plates
  • Point-of-care applications
  • Healthcare patches

The presentation of the ASIC focuses on:

  • Battery-free sensor operation
  • Sensor transponder development
  • Power management and Ultra-low power operation
  • Reduced complexity and increased flexibility
  • Enabling value creation and data-driven business models

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