posted on Oct, 3 2016 @ 08:07 PM
originally posted by: GodEmperor
a reply to: Bedlam
May want to check your source on that.
I can design you one. The implant literally does not emit a signal. See also: load reflection, quarter-wave backscatter.
The only RFID that actually emits signals by itself and not as an aspect of the interrogation signal is the sort with batteries in. And they don't
last for long. Unless the OP is plugging himself in at night, no emissions.
eta: moreover, you're not going to have a lot of luck with either frequency he says he's emitting. The low frequency one would have an antenna that
wouldn't fit in his body, and the high frequency one is in a band that's especially crappy for making it through meat. And the antenna for that one
would be fairly long as well, if you want any efficiency at all.
Medical implants use h-field signalling, otherwise known as near field (although that's a misnomer). It's got no range. But it works well through
meat. It's the sort of thing dog implants use. It doesn't "transmit" radio signals.
E-field RFID can't be implanted, because it uses a low power radio signal for interrogation. Radio doesn't work well from inside people to begin with.
But in this case you have a worse issue, and that's the way e-field RFID works to return a signal. Backscatter modulation isn't going to do well when
it's embedded in meat.
edit on 3-10-2016 by Bedlam because: (no reason given)