Development of a Method for Remote Control of Objects Using Energy-Independent Transponder
Tech Area / Field
- INF-DAT/Data Storage and Peripherals/Information and Communications
3 Approved without Funding
Institute of Measuring Systems, Russia, N. Novgorod reg., N. Novgorod
Project summaryThe project is designed towards development of a method for remote radiomonitoring of objects with an energy-independent receiver-transponder.
A successful implementation of the project will provide the basis for developing a system for remote radiomonitoring of mobile and stationary objects.
For more than 20 years now the NIIIS scientists and engineers in Russia have been successfully developing radiotechnical measuring systems for the parameter control of equipment in a variety of applications. The basis of most designs is a radiochannel - essentially, a receiving-transmitting radiosystem with an antenna-feeder system and a surface acoustic wave delay line. Multiple technical solutions for antenna-feeder and delay lines allow variation of their geometrical size towards miniaturization of either component.
This provides a possibility for integrating these elements in one device, a transponder-reradiator which serves as a reflecting surface and offers a range of new features: energy independence of the electric power source, directivity of a reflected signal, and a signal coding capability. The latter is used for identification of objects and their properties.
Realization of the remote radiocontrol involving a receiver- transponder will provide a solution to many of the related problems in civilian environments: monitoring of warehouse-stored items and their movement within the controllable limits; monitoring of railway cargoes and carriages, automobile transport, total number and condition of cattle, etc.
It is a challenge faced for the first time by the NIIIS specialists for years involved in the development of electronic equipment, which provides an opportunity to redirect their experience in the radiosystems development field and their resources to civilian uses.
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