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Surface Acoustic Waves (SAW) is a powerful technology enabling the design of innovative wireless passive sensors for temperature, strain or pressure measurements for instance. SAW technology exploits the piezoelectric properties of the sensors' quartz substrate. Wireless SAW sensors are powered by the energy of radio waves emitted by the associated transceiver unit when remotely interrogating the sensors in real-time. Advanced interrogation methods implemented in the embedded firmware of thedoi:10.5162/etc2014/1.2 fatcat:zg27wuoz7fcppk3di6hxle27wy