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Inkjet printed, self powered, wireless sensors for environmental, gas, and authentication-based sensing

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Inkjet printed, self powered, wireless sensors for environmental, gas, and authentication-based sensing. / Vyas, Rushi; Lakafosis, Vasileios; Lee, Hoseon; Shaker, George; Yang, Li; Orecchini, Giulia; Traille, Anya; Tentzeris, Manos M.; Roselli, Luca.

julkaisussa: IEEE Sensors Journal, Vuosikerta 11, Nro 12, 6008617, 2011, s. 3139-3152.

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Vyas, R, Lakafosis, V, Lee, H, Shaker, G, Yang, L, Orecchini, G, Traille, A, Tentzeris, MM & Roselli, L 2011, 'Inkjet printed, self powered, wireless sensors for environmental, gas, and authentication-based sensing', IEEE Sensors Journal, Vuosikerta. 11, Nro 12, 6008617, Sivut 3139-3152. https://doi.org/10.1109/JSEN.2011.2166996

APA

Vyas, R., Lakafosis, V., Lee, H., Shaker, G., Yang, L., Orecchini, G., ... Roselli, L. (2011). Inkjet printed, self powered, wireless sensors for environmental, gas, and authentication-based sensing. IEEE Sensors Journal, 11(12), 3139-3152. [6008617]. https://doi.org/10.1109/JSEN.2011.2166996

Vancouver

Vyas R, Lakafosis V, Lee H, Shaker G, Yang L, Orecchini G et al. Inkjet printed, self powered, wireless sensors for environmental, gas, and authentication-based sensing. IEEE Sensors Journal. 2011;11(12):3139-3152. 6008617. https://doi.org/10.1109/JSEN.2011.2166996

Author

Vyas, Rushi ; Lakafosis, Vasileios ; Lee, Hoseon ; Shaker, George ; Yang, Li ; Orecchini, Giulia ; Traille, Anya ; Tentzeris, Manos M. ; Roselli, Luca. / Inkjet printed, self powered, wireless sensors for environmental, gas, and authentication-based sensing. Julkaisussa: IEEE Sensors Journal. 2011 ; Vuosikerta 11, Nro 12. Sivut 3139-3152.

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