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RFID Tattoo for COVID-19 Temperature Measuring

Silveira, Tagleorge M. ; Pinho, P. ; Carvalho, N.B.C.

RFID Tattoo for COVID-19 Temperature Measuring, Proc IEEE Radio and Wireless Symp. - RWS, San Diego, United States, Vol. , pp. 98 - 100, February, 2021.

Digital Object Identifier: 10.1109/RWS50353.2021.9360325

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Abstract
In order to assist in the screening and monitoring of possible infected by COVID-19, whose fever is one of the initial symptoms, a RFID tattoo tag for human monitoring was developed. The prototype of the tattoo tag presented proved to be effective in measuring human body temperature from 36° to 40° C, thus being a viable option for large-scale screening and analysis, and for being made with aluminum foil and school adhesive tape. That when using these materials, it presents itself as a disposable device, of low cost, durable, and operable in the RFID UHF frequency range.