International Journal of Antennas and Propagation / 2016 / Article / Tab 5

Research Article

Experimental Study on Inkjet-Printed Passive UHF RFID Tags on Versatile Paper-Based Substrates

Table 5

Resistances of printed lines on all substrates.

SubstrateTotal layer(s)Resistance (Ω)Description

Paper A2Not conductive, absorbed
4Not conductive, absorbed
8Not conductive, absorbed

Paper B11.8Good conductivity, totally metallic
20.8Good conductivity, totally metallic
40.3Good conductivity, totally metallic

Paper C29.7Good conductivity, mostly metallic
42.8Good conductivity, totally metallic
62.1Good conductivity, totally metallic

Cardboard A1The edge of line is metallic, mostly black
2The edge of line is metallic, mostly black
479The edge of line is metallic, mostly black
614The edge of line is metallic, mostly black
81.3The edge of line is metallic, partially black
1-S-15Totally silver, good conductivity
2-S-20.8Totally silver, good conductivity
4-S-40.3Totally silver, good conductivity

Cardboard B2Not conductive
42.5 MBadly conductive
8161Badly conductive

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