Internet of things (IoT) has transformed numerous fields while providing better connectivity. In such scenario, the integration of various IoT devices have to be satisfied. The downside of commuting between cross platform IoT devices are difficult to achieve, because low power high range communication front end is mandatory. This paper proposes to utilize the Modulated Scattering Technique (MST) to integrate with IoT devices and to achieve the radio frequency communication capabilities. An MST system works similarly to an RFID, is highly miniaturized and exhibits good performances at microwave frequency bands without the necessity of radio frequency front-end. MST communication systems provide an high operative range with respect to standard RFID systems, and a very low consumption with respect to standard wireless radio frequency front ends, such as WiFi modules. This work proposes the integration of MST communication paradigms with an IoT system, in particular a prototype of air quality IoT sensor is presented and assessed.

Integration of Modulated Scattering Technique (MST) tags with IoT devices

Mulloni, Viviana;Marchi, Giada
2022-01-01

Abstract

Internet of things (IoT) has transformed numerous fields while providing better connectivity. In such scenario, the integration of various IoT devices have to be satisfied. The downside of commuting between cross platform IoT devices are difficult to achieve, because low power high range communication front end is mandatory. This paper proposes to utilize the Modulated Scattering Technique (MST) to integrate with IoT devices and to achieve the radio frequency communication capabilities. An MST system works similarly to an RFID, is highly miniaturized and exhibits good performances at microwave frequency bands without the necessity of radio frequency front-end. MST communication systems provide an high operative range with respect to standard RFID systems, and a very low consumption with respect to standard wireless radio frequency front ends, such as WiFi modules. This work proposes the integration of MST communication paradigms with an IoT system, in particular a prototype of air quality IoT sensor is presented and assessed.
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