Full Gravure System for Printing 13.56 MHz Operated 96 Bit RFID and NFC Tags

Prof Gyoujin Cho, Professor
Sunchon National University
Korea
 
Apr 04, 2012.

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Presentation Summary

4. - Strategies to overcome the limit of R2R gravure for integrating TFTs on plastic foils for generating 96 bit digital codes.
  • Key issues in R2R gravure printed 96 bit RFID tags for attaining 95% of production yield.
  • Critical factors for reading out gravure printed 96 bit RFID and NFC tags using a smart phone.
 

Speaker Biography (Gyoujin Cho)

Gyoujin Cho received a Ph.D. degree from the University of Oklahoma, Norman, in 1995. In 1996, he joined the faculty of the Department of Chemical Engineering, Sunchon National University, Korea, and currently he is a faculty member in the Department of Printed Electronics Engineering, BK21 Program at Sunchon National University. Up to present, he demonstrated the fully printed NFC cyclic volammetry tag and fully R2R gravure printed TFT-active matrix based flexible e-paper for the first time in the world.

Company Profile (Sunchon National University)

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Department of Printed Electronics Engineering, WCU program in Sunchon National University
The Department of Printed Electronics Engineering in World Class University (WCU) program of Sunchon National University has been launched to lead the technologies in the fields of printed RFID-USN and flexible lighting through Korean Government support starting from 2009. In this program, world leading scholars, Prof. Vivek Subramanian (UC Berkeley), Prof. Yutaka Majima (Tokyo Tech), Prof. Peter Burke (UC Irvine), Prof. Deli Wang (UC San Diego) and Prof. Ali Javey (UC Berkeley), are actively cooperated for developing world leading research and teaching programs in printed electronics.
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