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RAMSES (RFID Augmented Module for Smart Environmental Sensing)

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RAMSES

RFID Augmented Module for Smart Environmental Sensing

 

 

RAMSES is an Augmented RFID Tag with sensing and computing capabilities.

 

RAMSES relies on a new-generation RFID chip with a dual interface: a wired I2C interface managed by an ultra-low-power TI MSP430 MCU and a wireless UHF RFID Class-1 Generation-2 interface for communication with the reader.

 

RAMSES is self-powered by an RF energy-harvesting circuit enhanced by a DC-DC charge pump in Silicon-on-Insulator (SOI) technology but it is equipped also with a CR2032 lithium battery for Battery-Assisted-Passive (BAP) operations.

 

RAMSES is able to perform sensing and computing tasks. The communication with the interrogating reader uses the zero-power backscattering modulation.

 

Indoor performance:

10 meters of communication range in fully-passive mode

20 meters of communication range in BAP mode

 

Available sensors

- Digital TEMPERATURE sensor

- Digital AMBIENT LIGHT sensor

- Digital PRESSURE sensor         

- Digital 3-axis accelerometer

 

 

 

 

 

Would you like to see RAMSES in action? Look at the YouTube video below.

 

                                                             

 

 

For more technical specifications see RAMSES-related "Publications" 

 

 

 

NEWS:

 

September 5, 2014                         

New RAMSES paper on RFID-based Wake-Up Radios for WSN to appear on the IEEE Sensors Journal

 

July 30, 2014

Read Danilo De Donno's interview about RAMSES appeared on the Impinj RFID Blog

 

June 13, 2014                      

Read RAMSES announcement appeared on the "RFID News Roundup" section of RFID Journal

 

June 2014

Get here firmware and code examples for all RAMSES revisions including the latest one equipped with the new TI MSP430FR5969 Wolverine MCU

 

June 2014 Get here the LLRP-compatible, C#, Visual Studio GUI Application to interact with RAMSES and retrieve its sensor measurements

 

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