Methods and systems for coding SAW OFC devices to mitigate code collisions in a wireless multi-tag system. Each device producing plural stepped frequencies as an OFC signal with a chip offset delay to increase code diversity. A method for assigning a different OCF to each device includes using a matrix based on the number of OFCs needed and the number chips per code, populating each matrix cell with OFC chip, and assigning the codes from the matrix to the devices. The asynchronous passive multi-tag system includes plural surface acoustic wave devices each producing a different OFC signal having the same number of chips and including a chip offset time delay, an algorithm for assigning OFCs to each device, and a transceiver to transmit an interrogation signal and receive OFC signals in response with minimal code collisions during transmission.
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College of Engineering and Computer Science (CECS)
Electrical Engineering & Computer Science - CS Division
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Malocha, Donald and Kozlovski, Nikolai, "Surface Acoustic Wave Device Coding for Multi-Device ID Tags and Sensors (CIP)" (2011). UCF Patents. 544.