Millimeter wave technology increases bit density

Vubiq Networks, Inc., the innovation provider of millimeter wave wireless broadband technology, products and solutions, has announced that it has filed yet another millimeter wave radio frequency identification (RFID) patent application with the US Patent and Trademark Office, the company said.

The new application is entitled System and Method for High-Bit Density Millimeter Wave Chipless RFID and has been assigned the application number 62775479.

The patent application defines advanced, high-bit density chipless RFID technology using the company´s polarimetric synthetic aperture radar (SAR) technique that incorporates polarization and phase detection. The new technology will provide orders of magnitude higher bit density for RFID tags as compared to “prior art” or other competitive approaches.

The comprehensive patent application includes “reduction to practice” by addressing both hardware and software applications. It provides for very high density chipless tag data encoding through the use of innovative geometrical layout of the patch antennas as the tag elements. The technology provides for reduced optimized element spacing, providing very high bit density for chipless RFID.

Vubiq Networks, Inc. is a privately held millimeter wave innovation company headquartered in Irvine, California. The company designs, manufactures and markets proprietary, high-bandwidth, millimeter wave wireless products, including the HaulPass V10g 10 Gbps V-Band wireless transmission link.