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Published April 01, 2013, 12:00 AM

Professor Val Marinov holds a prototype "smart paper" document


Professor Val Marinov holds a prototype "smart paper" document with an embedded microchip that uses radio waves to allow tracking. Marinov's team at North Dakota State University has devised a process for producing documents that use Radio Frequency Identification, or RFID. Possible applications include lottery tickets, ballots, transit passes and financial documents. Patrick Springer / The Forum
Read the article: ‘Smart paper,’ antenna-free RFID tags in works at NDSU