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9. In Fig. 9, the x axis represents the distance between the tag and the aluminium plate. The y axis represents the reading range. The dashed curve comes from the experimental results which are given in Table 2 and the solid one comes from the calculated results by Equation 61 after deriving the S parameters from the simulation which are given in Table 3. The coincidence between the two curves validates Equation 61. It may be noticed that the differences between the two curves is relatively large when dt is less than 6mm.