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Flat coil component, characteristic adjusting method of flat coil component, ID tag, and characteristic adjusting method of ID tag










Image Number 6 for United States Patent #6853286.

To present the ID tag including flat coil component, and characteristic adjusting method of ID tag capable of suppressing product fluctuations about the desired characteristic. The flat coil component of the ID tag of the invention comprises a flat coil composed of a conductive material provided continuously and spirally on an insulating substrate, and a jumper disposed on the flat coil with insulation, from one of inner end or outer end of this flat coil to the outside or inside of the flat coil where other end is positioned, in which the jumper is composed of a plurality of jumpers variable in the number of pieces in arrangement. The characteristic is adjusted by varying the number of effective pieces for forming the parallel arrangement.








 
 
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