CN113159250A - Compact array type wireless radio frequency biological sample management system - Google Patents

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CN113159250A
CN113159250A CN202110522801.4A CN202110522801A CN113159250A CN 113159250 A CN113159250 A CN 113159250A CN 202110522801 A CN202110522801 A CN 202110522801A CN 113159250 A CN113159250 A CN 113159250A
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The invention discloses a compact array type wireless radio frequency biological sample management system, and relates to a biological sample management system. The purpose is to provide a compact array type wireless radio frequency biological sample management system which has a positioning function, can effectively achieve accurate positioning and does not generate serial reading. The invention discloses a compact array type wireless radio frequency biological sample management system, which is used for managing a biological sample test tube with a radio frequency label and comprises: the carrier comprises a plurality of rows and a plurality of columns of holes, and the intervals among the holes are first distances; the number of the C-shaped antennas is the same as that of the holes, one C-shaped antenna is installed in each hole, the head end of each C-shaped antenna transmits and receives radio frequency signals, the tail end of each C-shaped antenna is grounded, and the radio frequency signals work in an ultrahigh frequency radio frequency band; the C-shaped antenna can transmit and receive radio frequency electromagnetic wave radiation signals and provide radio frequency electromagnetic wave radiation patterns in the first height of the holes, and the radio frequency electromagnetic wave radiation patterns in the holes are mutually independent.

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Compact array type wireless radio frequency biological sample management system
Technical Field
The invention relates to the technical field of biological sample management, in particular to a compact array type wireless radio frequency biological sample management system.
Background
A plurality of biological test tubes are arranged in a traditional biological sample box, so that a biological sample processing personnel can conveniently move and test biological samples in each biological sample test tube. In order to enable a biological sample handler to know the relevant information of each biological sample test tube, the biological sample test tube may be labeled and recorded to ensure the storage or use of each biological sample test tube. E.g. whether the biological sample in a certain biological sample tube is still present or has been used for testing, whether the testing has been completed, etc.
Because the number of biological sample boxes which are needed by biological sample processing personnel is large, the loss of manual interpretation is easily caused, and therefore, a radio frequency technology is introduced for management; however, although the rf technology can quickly determine the number of all the biological sample tubes in the whole biological sample box, it is not able to effectively and accurately grasp the status of a certain or specific biological sample tube in the biological sample box.
Disclosure of Invention
The invention aims to provide a compact array type wireless radio frequency biological sample management system which has a positioning function, can effectively achieve accurate positioning and does not generate serial reading.
The invention discloses a compact array type wireless radio frequency biological sample management system, which is used for managing a biological sample test tube with a radio frequency label and comprises:
the carrier comprises a plurality of rows and a plurality of columns of holes, and the intervals among the holes are first distances;
the number of the C-shaped antennas is the same as that of the holes, one C-shaped antenna is installed in each hole, the head end of each C-shaped antenna transmits and receives radio frequency electromagnetic wave radiation signals, the tail end of each C-shaped antenna is grounded, and the radio frequency signals work in an ultrahigh frequency radio frequency band;
the C-shaped antenna can transmit and receive radio frequency electromagnetic wave radiation signals, radio frequency electromagnetic wave radiation field patterns are provided in the first height of the holes, and the radiation field patterns in the holes are independent.
The invention relates to a compact array type wireless radio frequency biological sample management system, wherein a C-shaped antenna is arranged in a hole to form an array type antenna plate.
The invention relates to a compact array type wireless radio frequency biological sample management system, wherein the specification of a matrix antenna plate is 10 rows, and each row comprises 10 columns.
The invention relates to a compact array type wireless radio frequency biological sample management system, wherein the first spacing distance is not more than 1.2 mm.
The invention relates to a compact array type wireless radio frequency biological sample management system, wherein the range of the first height is 3-10 mm.
The invention relates to a compact array type wireless radio frequency biological sample management system, which further comprises a reader, wherein the reader can be connected with a plurality of C-shaped antennas.
The compact array type wireless radio frequency biological sample management system further comprises a gain unit, wherein the gain unit is arranged between the reader and the C-shaped antenna or between the hub and the C-shaped antenna.
The invention relates to a compact array type wireless radio frequency biological sample management system, which also comprises a hub, wherein the hub is arranged between a reader and a C-shaped antenna.
The invention relates to a compact array type wireless radio frequency biological sample management system, which further comprises a processing unit, wherein the processing unit is connected with a reader.
The compact array type wireless radio frequency biological sample management system of the invention is different from the prior art in that the compact array type wireless radio frequency biological sample management system of the invention provides a carrier with a plurality of C-shaped antennas, and each C-shaped antenna corresponds to a hole on the carrier and corresponds to a biological sample box of a biological sample test tube. Therefore, the biological sample is only required to be arranged in the biological sample test tube with the radio frequency label. When the biological sample tubes are arranged in the conventional biological sample box and the biological sample box is arranged in the carrier, the biological sample tubes can acquire information of each biological sample tube in the biological sample box in real time, and accurate positioning can be realized for a back end, such as a host or a server at a local end or a remote end, to manage the biological sample tubes or other applications.
The compact array type wireless radio frequency biological sample management system of the invention is further explained with reference to the attached drawings.
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FIG. 1 is a schematic diagram of a compact array type radio frequency biological sample management system 1 according to an embodiment of the present invention;
FIG. 2 is a top view of a biological sample cassette according to embodiment 1 of the compact array type wireless RF biological sample management system of the present invention;
FIG. 3 is a schematic diagram of a biological sample tube in embodiment 1 of the compact array type wireless RF biological sample management system according to the present invention;
FIG. 4 is a top view of the compact array type wireless RF biological sample management system of embodiment 1 of the present invention;
FIG. 5 is a side view of the carrier and C-antenna connection in embodiment 1 of the compact array radio frequency biological sample management system of the present invention;
FIG. 6 is a schematic structural diagram of the compact array type radio frequency biological sample management system of embodiment 2 of the present invention;
the notation in the figures means: 2-a biological sample tube; 222-a cover; 224-a body; 226-bottom cover; 228-a radio frequency tag; 2210-visual label; 4-a biological sample cartridge; 12-a carrier; 122-hole; a 14-C type antenna; 142-end; 144-a head end; 146-radiation pattern; 16-a reader; 162-a first interface; 18-a hub; 182-a second interface; 20-a gain unit; 22-a processing unit; d1 — first distance; an RF-radio frequency signal; h1-first height.
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The following examples are intended to illustrate the invention but are not intended to limit the scope of the invention.
Example 1
As shown in fig. 1, the compact array type wireless rf biological sample management system of the present invention is applied to manage a biological sample tube 2 with an rf tag, and the number of the biological sample tubes 2 to be managed may be one or more. The compact array type wireless radio frequency biological sample management system of the present invention comprises a biological sample tube 2, a biological sample cartridge 4, a carrier 12 and a reader 16.
In the present embodiment, the biological sample tubes 2 are placed in the biological sample cassette 4, and as shown in fig. 2, the biological sample cassette 4 is illustrated by taking a number of cells of 10 × 10, and the horizontal axis is a to J and the vertical axis is 1 to 10, and 100 biological sample tubes 2 can be stored in total. The position of the biological sample tube 2 in the biological sample box 4 can be determined by the horizontal axis (or column) and the vertical axis (or column). For example, the biological sample tubes 2 in the figure appear at positions B6, D9, E5, G2, G8, I3, I8, and I10.
In fig. 3, the biological specimen test tube 2 includes a cap body 222, a body 224, a bottom cap 226, a radio frequency tag 228, and a visual tag 2210. The biological sample (not shown) may be blood, tissue fluid, proteosome, nucleic acid, viral strain …, or the like, and is stored in the space formed by the body 224.
In the present embodiment, the operation of the rf tag 228 is illustrated by using an uhf rf band, which is in a range of 920MHz to 928 MHz. The rf tag 228 stores related information about the biological sample, such as the type, volume, source, and sampling time of the biological sample, and the reader 16 can read the related data from the rf tag 228. In addition, the visual label 2210 can also indicate information such as the type, volume, source and sampling time of the biological sample.
As shown in fig. 1 and 4, the carrier 12 may be an insulating rubber disc, the carrier 12 forms a plurality of holes 122 formed by a plurality of rows and a plurality of columns, and the holes 122 may be through holes, blind holes, etc. In the present embodiment, the holes 122 are through holes, and the number and arrangement of the holes 122 are 10 × 10 corresponding to the biological sample box 4, the horizontal axis is a to J, and the vertical axis is 1 to 10. The plurality of holes 122 are spaced apart a first distance D1, the first distance being no greater than 1.2 millimeters.
As shown in fig. 5, each hole 122 corresponds to a C-shaped antenna 14, and the C-shaped antenna 14 is disposed above the hole 122. The plurality of C-type antennas 14 form a number group type antenna board, and the antenna board in the present embodiment is of a 10 × 10 scale. In other embodiments, the holes 122 may be disposed anywhere in the holes 122 as long as the RF electromagnetic wave radiation pattern 146 of the C-antenna 14 can interact with the biological sample tubes 2, in other words, the C-antenna 14 transmits and receives the RF signal RF, the RF electromagnetic wave radiation pattern 146 is provided at the first height H1 of the holes 122, and the radiation patterns 146 of each hole 122 are independent and uncorrelated with each other. The first height H1 is in a range of 3-10 cm, and the first height H1 can be determined by adjusting the power, so that the non-contact sensing can be performed through the thickness of the biological sample box 4. The end 142 of the C-shaped antenna 14 is grounded and the head 144 transmits and receives radio frequency electromagnetic radiation signals RF. The radio frequency signal RF works in an ultra high frequency band, which may be between 920MHz and 928 MHz.
The reader 16 is connected to the C-antenna 14. in this embodiment, the reader 16 has four first interfaces 162 connected to the C-antennas 14, respectively, and the reader 16 can read the rf tag 228 on the biological sample tube 2. The four readers 16 of the first interface 162 may provide four C-antennas 14 to establish four radiation patterns 146.
Example 2
As shown in fig. 6, the present embodiment is different from embodiment 1 in that: also included are a hub 18, a gain unit 20, and a processing unit 22.
The hub 18 is disposed between the reader 16 and the plurality of C-antennas 14 to expand the number of first interfaces 162 of the reader 16. The hub 18 takes 4 interfaces as an example, and the reader 16, applied in conjunction with the hub 18, will be able to expand from the original 4 first interfaces 162 of the reader 16 to 16 through the second interface 182 of the hub 18.
The booster unit 20 is disposed between the hub 18 and the plurality of C-shaped antennas 14, and one end of the booster unit 20 is connected to the C-shaped antennas 14 and the other end is connected to the hub 18. The gain unit 20 is capable of gaining the radio frequency signal RF of the C-shaped antenna 14.
In other embodiments, the gain unit 20 may also be disposed between the reader 16 and the C-antenna 14. The gain unit 20 has one end connected to the C-antenna 14 and the other end connected to the reader 16.
The processing unit 22 is connected to the reader 16, and the processing unit 22 may be a computer or a server. The processing unit 22 may execute an application APP that, when acted upon by either the biological sample tube 22 or the C-antenna 14, positions the biological sample tube 22 in a particular row and column of the carrier 124. The processing unit 22 executes the application APP to locate the presence of a biological sample tube 22 on the C-antenna 14 and to read the data inside.
Compared with the conventional mode, the compact array type wireless radio frequency biological sample management system of the invention provides a carrier with a plurality of C-shaped antennas, wherein each C-shaped antenna corresponds to one hole on the carrier and corresponds to a biological sample box of a biological sample test tube. Therefore, the biological sample is only required to be arranged in the biological sample test tube with the radio frequency label. When the biological sample tubes are arranged in the conventional biological sample box and the biological sample box is arranged in the carrier, the biological sample tubes can acquire information of each biological sample tube in the biological sample box in real time, and accurate positioning can be realized for a back end, such as a host or a server at a local end or a remote end, to manage the biological sample tubes or other applications.
Although the invention has been described in detail above with reference to a general description and specific examples, it will be apparent to one skilled in the art that modifications or improvements may be made thereto based on the invention. Accordingly, such modifications and improvements are intended to be within the scope of the invention as claimed.

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1. A compact array type wireless radio frequency biological sample management system for managing biological sample tubes with radio frequency tags, characterized in that: the method comprises the following steps:
the carrier comprises a plurality of rows and a plurality of columns of holes, and the intervals among the holes are first distances;
the number of the C-shaped antennas is the same as that of the holes, one C-shaped antenna is installed in each hole, the head end of each C-shaped antenna transmits and receives radio frequency signals, the tail end of each C-shaped antenna is grounded, and the radio frequency signals work in an ultrahigh frequency radio frequency band;
the C-shaped antenna can transmit and receive radio-frequency signals, radio-frequency electromagnetic wave radiation patterns are provided in the first height of the holes, and the radio-frequency electromagnetic wave radiation patterns in the holes are mutually independent.
2. The compact array wireless radio frequency biological sample management system of claim 1, wherein: the C-shaped antenna is arranged in the hole to form a plurality of groups of antenna plates.
3. The compact array wireless radio frequency biological sample management system of claim 2, wherein: the specification of the matrix antenna plate is 10 rows, and each row comprises 10 columns.
4. The compact array wireless radio frequency biological sample management system of claim 1, wherein: the first separation distance is no greater than 1.2 millimeters.
5. The compact array wireless radio frequency biological sample management system of claim 1, wherein: the first height is in a range of 3-10 mm.
6. The compact array wireless radio frequency biological sample management system of claim 1, wherein: also included is a reader capable of connecting to a plurality of C-antennas.
7. The compact array wireless radio frequency biological sample management system of claim 6, wherein: and the antenna also comprises a gain unit which is arranged between the reader and the C-type antenna.
8. The compact array wireless radio frequency biological sample management system of claim 6, wherein: a hub is also included, the hub being disposed between the reader and the C-antenna.
9. The compact array wireless radio frequency biological sample management system of claim 8, wherein: and the gain unit is arranged between the hub and the C-type antenna.
10. The compact array wireless radio frequency biological sample management system of claim 9, wherein: the device also comprises a processing unit which is connected with the reader.
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