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Long-Term Stability of Primary Film Battery for Radio Frequency Identification(RFID) Tag and Ubiquitous Sensor Node

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  26 February 2011

Young-Gi Lee
Affiliation:
lyg@etri.re.kr, Electronics & Telecommunications Research Institute(ETRI), Ionics Devices Team, 161 Gajeong-dong, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon, 305-700, Korea, Republic of, +82-42-860-6822, +82-42-860-6836
Junho Yeo
Affiliation:
jyeo@etri.re.kr, Electronics & Telecommunications Research Institute(ETRI), RFID System Research Team, Daejeon, 305-700, Korea, Republic of
Cheol Sig Pyo
Affiliation:
cspyo@etri.re.kr, Electronics & Telecommunications Research Institute(ETRI), RFID/USN Research Group, Daejeon, 305-700, Korea, Republic of
Kwangseuk Kyhm
Affiliation:
kskyhm@pusan.ac.kr, Pusan National University, Research Center for Dielectric & Advanced Matter Physics, School of Physics, Pusan, 609-735, Korea, Republic of
Kuk Young Cho
Affiliation:
kycho@kongju.ac.kr, Kongju National University, Division of Advanced Materials Engineering, Kongju, 303-717, Korea, Republic of
Kwang Sun Ryu
Affiliation:
ryuks@etri.re.kr, Electronics & Telecommunications Research Institute(ETRI), Ionics Devices Team, Daejeon, 305-700, Korea, Republic of
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Abstract

We have prepared a primary film battery which shows improved shelf life and long-term stabiltiy. We tried to optimize a multi-layered packaging film by considering gas permeability, chemical affinity, and film thickness. We also optimized conducting layer thickness, cathode/anode thickness and their compositions taking N/P rato into account. We introduced a variety of hydrogel polymers, newly developed electrolyte solutions, and novel separators to enhance the ionic conductivity value of gel-type polymer electrolyte/separator system for peak power and high power property.

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Copyright © Materials Research Society 2007

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