OnTuneTM Technology - Tuning, Range, and Reliability in RFID (RFID Europe 2007)

Dr Nick Hill, Founder
Cambridge Resonant Technologies Ltd, United Kingdom
 
Sep 19, 2007.

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Presentation Summary

  • Breakthrough technology with application to HF and LF readers and tags.
  • Excellent tolerance to detuning, even for high Q
  • Order of magnitude efficiency gains
  • Increased range
  • Reduced tag size
  • Increased noise immunity
  • Fully backwards compatible
  • Case studies of early applications and future developments

Speaker Biography (Nick Hill)

Nick Hill is the founder of Cambridge Resonant and the inventor of OnTuneTM technology. He is a physicist by training, having studied at Cambridge and Oxford. He has been working in high tech start-ups in the Cambridge (UK) area for the last 10 years and is inventor on over 20 patents.

Company Profile (Cambridge Resonant)

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Cambridge Resonant has developed breakthrough technology in RFID and wireless power. OnTuneTM technology enables a new generation of RF devices freed from the conventional bandwidth vs. efficiency constraint. There is now no fundamental limit to antenna efficiency in RFID, as we bypass the conventional drawbacks associated with detuning and communication bandwidth.
 
OnTuneTM is fully backwards compatible, and promises differentiation within standardised industries. Our first solutions are low frequency readers that provide an order of magnitude power saving over standard technology, with further development of high frequency readers and tags underway.
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