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Encyclopedia of Printed Electronics

Your complete guide to this exciting technology

Over 380 terms defined
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Understand this exciting technology: From organic to printed inorganic semiconductors, materials, manufacture techniques (printed and non printed), power, sensors, conductors and much more - this handbook explains the technologies and terms you need to know. The report has detailed illustrations throughout.
Terms Covered
In total, over 380 terms are explained, including:
 
Addressability
Ad hoc networks
Algorithm
Amorphous
Anilox rollers
Antenna
Application standards
Authentication
BPI
BPM
BSI
Banknotes
Batteries, printed
Battery testers
Bi-directional
Biometrics
Bit
Byte
CEN
CENELEC
CEPT
CMOS
CPG
Capacitive coupling
Capacity
Capture field
Capture window
Chip Card
Chip famines
Chip tag
Chipless tag
Chipless first generation
Chipless second generation
Cipher
Ciphertext
Client
Code
Conductors
Conjugated polymers
Computer Network
Conditional
Conformance standards
Consumer goods
Contacted Chip Card
Contactless Chip Card
Cryptography
Crystalline
DB
DES
DOD
DPM
DRAM
DUST
Data elements
Data Standards
Decryption
Dedicated Network
Demographic timebomb
Digital
Dip pen nano-lithography
Disposable flexible circuits
Drive circuits
Dumb
EAN
EAS
ECMA
ECP
ECR
EDI
EEPROM
EID
EID
EL
EPC or ePC
EPC and RFID
EPROM
EMID
ETSI
Electric Field Coupling
Electro-chemical displays
Electro-chromic displays
Electroluminescence
Electro-magnetic coupling
Electro-magnetic EAS
Electro-magnetic RFID
Electro-phoretic display
Electrostatic coupling
Encryption
EPCglobal
Error rate
FET
FMCG
Factory programming
Ferroelectric memory
Field Effect Transistor
Flash memory
Flat panel antenna
Flexography
Foodtrace
Frequency
GAV
GB
GCI
GHz
GIS
GPRS
GPS
GS1
GSM
Gravure
Gyricon
HF
H Field
Hierarchy of
networks
Hibiki
Hydrophilic
Hydrophobic
IATA
IC
IC Cards
ID
IEC
IEE
IEEE
IP
ISO
IT
ITU
IWG
In use programming
Indium tin oxide
Inductive
Coupling
Infineon
Information Mediary
Ink jet
Insult Rate
Intelligent packaging
Inter-operability
Internet of Things
Interrogator
Iontophoresis
Item level RFID
JEIDA
JEITA
JTAV
Kb
KB
Key
Key Management
Key-Distribution Centre
LAN
LC
LC Array
LCD
LED
LITI
Laminar electronics
Large area displays
Leisure
Letterpress
Level
Libraries
Light Emitting Diodes
Liquid crystal display
Liquid embossing
(Offset) liquid embossing
MEMS (Electronic)
MEMS (Medical)
mS
Magnetic stripe cards
Magneto-striction
Membrane keyboard
Memory of tag
Memory Card
Mesh networks
Metadata
Microbatteries
Microcontact printing.
Microsensors
Microtransfer patterning
Microwave
Middleware
Military RFID
Misread
Modulation
Multipacks
Multi-Purpose Card
Multi-tag reading
NFC
NMOS
NOS
ns
Nanoscale
Nanotechnology
Nanotubes
Near Field Communication (NFC)
Near real time
OFET
OLE
OLED
ONS
OSI
Oligomer
Omnidirectional
Optical Memory
Off-line
On-line
Offset lithography
Offset gravure
Oligophenylene
Open System
Open System Architecture
Operating System
OrganicID
Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED)
Organic Light Emitting Diode large molecule
Organic Light Emitting Diode small molecule
Organic Light Emitting Diode Displays
Origami Electronics
PCM
PCMCIA
PDA
PDMS
PEDs
PEDOT
PEDOT: PSS
PhRMA
PIN
PLED
PML
PMOS
PMR
PPV
PVDF
Pad
Packaging
Pad printing
Parity
Passive tag
Passports
Pathogen
Pedestal antennas
Pelikon
Pentacene
Personal authentication
Personal identification number (PIN)
Photovoltaic Polymers
Piezoelectric
Polyaniline
Polydimethyl-siloxane
Polymer light emitting diodes
Polymer photodiodes
Polymer transistor
Polyphenyl-enevinylene
Polypyrrole
Polythienyl-enevinylene
Polythiophenes
Polyvinylidene fluoride
Power levels
Precursor
Primary packaging
Printed electronics
Printing processes
Printing technology - depressed
Printing technology - other
Printing technology - raised
Product internet
Programmability
Programmer
Protocol
Proximity sensor
Public key system
RFAIS
RFID
RM
RO
RSA
RTLS
Radiation regulations
Range
Read
Read-Access
Reader
Read only
Read rate
Readability
Reader
Read writer
Remote
Remote Magnetics
Reprogrammable
Regioregular polythiophenes
Retail RFID
Reverse supply chain
Real Time Location System RTLS
Redistribution of assets
Roll up displays
Rotary letterpress
Rotary screen printing
RFID system
SAL
SAM
SAVANT
SAW
SHOT
SST
START
SVC
Screen printing
Secondary packaging
Segment
Segmental numbering schemes
Self adjusting use by date
Self assembly
Semi-active RFID
Semi-passive RFID
Sequential numbering systems
Short range wireless
Shrinkage
Signpost
Silicon chip
Simple Logic Chip Cards
Smart Active Label
Smart Cards
Smart labels
Smart packaging
Smart shelves
Smart skin patches
Smart stores
Soft lithography
Source tagging
Smart dust
Smart tickets
Super Smart Cards
Swept RF EAS and RFID
TAV
TFE
TFEM
TFTC
TREAD
TTB
TTI
TCP/IP
Tag
Tampography
Technology Standards
Tertiary packaging
Tetracene
Thermal ablation
Thermal transfer
Timers
Time Temperature Biosensor (TTB)
Transfer printing
Transdermal
Transistor
TREAD Act
UCC
UHF
UID
ULD
UMTS
UPU
Ubiquitous ID Center
Ubiquitous Sensor Networks (USN)
Ultra Wide Band (UWB)
Unique signature
Viscoelastic
WHO
WLAN
Write
Write rate
ZigBee
Further information
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