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Body Movement-Based Controlling Through Passive RFID Integrated into Clothing

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Body Movement-Based Controlling Through Passive RFID Integrated into Clothing. / Mehmood, Adnan; He, Han; Chen, Xiaochen; Merilampi, Sari; Sydänheimo, Lauri; Ukkonen, Leena; Virkki, Johanna.

In: IEEE Journal of Radio Frequency Identification, 22.07.2020.

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Mehmood, Adnan ; He, Han ; Chen, Xiaochen ; Merilampi, Sari ; Sydänheimo, Lauri ; Ukkonen, Leena ; Virkki, Johanna. / Body Movement-Based Controlling Through Passive RFID Integrated into Clothing. In: IEEE Journal of Radio Frequency Identification. 2020.

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