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Reference Management - LTH: Reference Management: IEEE

What is IEEE

IEEE reference style is created by IEEE, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. IEEE is commonly used in technical fields, particularly in computer science. It is a numeric system in which a source is given a citation number in-text in [ ]. The full details of the source are provided in a reference list at the end, ordered according to first appearance in the text. 

IEEE

How to cite in IEEE Style

Example of IEEE Reference Style

Example text:

Passive radio-frequency identification tags and certain implantable microelectronic devices such as cochlear implants do not include batteries due to cost, size, weight, safety, and lifetime limitations. Inductive power transmission provides these devices with the required power on a continuous basis [1], [2]. In these systems, wireless power transmission across a pair of loosely coupled coils is preceded by a power amplifier in the external unit and followed by an efficient rectifier in the implanted unit to provide the IMD with an unregulated supply [3].

Bibliography

[1]          K. Finkenzeller, RFID handbook : fundamentals and applications in contactless smart cards and identification: Chichester : Wiley , cop. 2003 2. ed., 2003.

[2]          M. Catrysse, B. Hermans, and R. Puers, "An inductive power system with integrated bi-directional data-transmission," Place of Publication: Guimaraes, Portugal. Country of Publication: Switzerland., pp. 221-229.

[3]          G. Bawa and M. Ghovanloo, "Active high power conversion efficiency rectifier with built-in dual-mode back telemetry in standard CMOS technology," IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Circuits and Systems, vol. 2, pp. 184-192, 2008.

 

(This Bibliography is created in EndNote by using the output style IEEE)