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The Design, Fabrication and Practical Evaluation of Body-centric Passive RFID Platforms

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The Design, Fabrication and Practical Evaluation of Body-centric Passive RFID Platforms. / Chen, Xiaochen.

Tampere University, 2019. 66 s. (Tampere University Dissertations; Vuosikerta 7).

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Chen, X 2019, The Design, Fabrication and Practical Evaluation of Body-centric Passive RFID Platforms. Tampere University Dissertations, Vuosikerta. 7, Vuosikerta. 7, Tampere University.

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Chen, X. (2019). The Design, Fabrication and Practical Evaluation of Body-centric Passive RFID Platforms. (Tampere University Dissertations; Vuosikerta 7). Tampere University.

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Chen X. The Design, Fabrication and Practical Evaluation of Body-centric Passive RFID Platforms. Tampere University, 2019. 66 s. (Tampere University Dissertations).

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Chen, Xiaochen. / The Design, Fabrication and Practical Evaluation of Body-centric Passive RFID Platforms. Tampere University, 2019. 66 Sivumäärä (Tampere University Dissertations).

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