DE102006029249A1 - Method for mounting a transponder on an object - Google Patents

Method for mounting a transponder on an object

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DE102006029249A1
DE102006029249A1 DE200610029249 DE102006029249A DE102006029249A1 DE 102006029249 A1 DE102006029249 A1 DE 102006029249A1 DE 200610029249 DE200610029249 DE 200610029249 DE 102006029249 A DE102006029249 A DE 102006029249A DE 102006029249 A1 DE102006029249 A1 DE 102006029249A1
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Klaus Finkenzeller
Stefan Kluge
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Giesecke and Devrient Mobile Security GmbH
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    • HELECTRICITY
    • H01BASIC ELECTRIC ELEMENTS
    • H01QANTENNAS, i.e. RADIO AERIALS
    • H01Q13/00Waveguide horns or mouths; Slot antennas; Leaky-waveguide antennas; Equivalent structures causing radiation along the transmission path of a guided wave
    • H01Q13/10Resonant slot antennas
    • GPHYSICS
    • G06COMPUTING; CALCULATING; COUNTING
    • G06KRECOGNITION OF DATA; PRESENTATION OF DATA; RECORD CARRIERS; HANDLING RECORD CARRIERS
    • G06K19/00Record carriers for use with machines and with at least a part designed to carry digital markings
    • G06K19/06Record carriers for use with machines and with at least a part designed to carry digital markings characterised by the kind of the digital marking, e.g. shape, nature, code
    • G06K19/067Record carriers with conductive marks, printed circuits or semiconductor circuit elements, e.g. credit or identity cards also with resonating or responding marks without active components
    • G06K19/07Record carriers with conductive marks, printed circuits or semiconductor circuit elements, e.g. credit or identity cards also with resonating or responding marks without active components with integrated circuit chips
    • G06K19/077Constructional details, e.g. mounting of circuits in the carrier
    • G06K19/07749Constructional details, e.g. mounting of circuits in the carrier the record carrier being capable of non-contact communication, e.g. constructional details of the antenna of a non-contact smart card
    • GPHYSICS
    • G06COMPUTING; CALCULATING; COUNTING
    • G06KRECOGNITION OF DATA; PRESENTATION OF DATA; RECORD CARRIERS; HANDLING RECORD CARRIERS
    • G06K19/00Record carriers for use with machines and with at least a part designed to carry digital markings
    • G06K19/06Record carriers for use with machines and with at least a part designed to carry digital markings characterised by the kind of the digital marking, e.g. shape, nature, code
    • G06K19/067Record carriers with conductive marks, printed circuits or semiconductor circuit elements, e.g. credit or identity cards also with resonating or responding marks without active components
    • G06K19/07Record carriers with conductive marks, printed circuits or semiconductor circuit elements, e.g. credit or identity cards also with resonating or responding marks without active components with integrated circuit chips
    • G06K19/077Constructional details, e.g. mounting of circuits in the carrier
    • G06K19/07749Constructional details, e.g. mounting of circuits in the carrier the record carrier being capable of non-contact communication, e.g. constructional details of the antenna of a non-contact smart card
    • G06K19/0775Constructional details, e.g. mounting of circuits in the carrier the record carrier being capable of non-contact communication, e.g. constructional details of the antenna of a non-contact smart card arrangements for connecting the integrated circuit to the antenna
    • G06K19/07756Constructional details, e.g. mounting of circuits in the carrier the record carrier being capable of non-contact communication, e.g. constructional details of the antenna of a non-contact smart card arrangements for connecting the integrated circuit to the antenna the connection being non-galvanic, e.g. capacitive
    • GPHYSICS
    • G06COMPUTING; CALCULATING; COUNTING
    • G06KRECOGNITION OF DATA; PRESENTATION OF DATA; RECORD CARRIERS; HANDLING RECORD CARRIERS
    • G06K19/00Record carriers for use with machines and with at least a part designed to carry digital markings
    • G06K19/06Record carriers for use with machines and with at least a part designed to carry digital markings characterised by the kind of the digital marking, e.g. shape, nature, code
    • G06K19/067Record carriers with conductive marks, printed circuits or semiconductor circuit elements, e.g. credit or identity cards also with resonating or responding marks without active components
    • G06K19/07Record carriers with conductive marks, printed circuits or semiconductor circuit elements, e.g. credit or identity cards also with resonating or responding marks without active components with integrated circuit chips
    • G06K19/077Constructional details, e.g. mounting of circuits in the carrier
    • G06K19/07749Constructional details, e.g. mounting of circuits in the carrier the record carrier being capable of non-contact communication, e.g. constructional details of the antenna of a non-contact smart card
    • G06K19/07773Antenna details
    • G06K19/07786Antenna details the antenna being of the HF type, such as a dipole
    • HELECTRICITY
    • H01BASIC ELECTRIC ELEMENTS
    • H01QANTENNAS, i.e. RADIO AERIALS
    • H01Q1/00Details of, or arrangements associated with, antennas
    • H01Q1/12Supports; Mounting means
    • H01Q1/22Supports; Mounting means by structural association with other equipment or articles
    • H01Q1/2208Supports; Mounting means by structural association with other equipment or articles associated with components used in interrogation type services, i.e. in systems for information exchange between an interrogator/reader and a tag/transponder, e.g. in Radio Frequency Identification [RFID] systems
    • H01Q1/2225Supports; Mounting means by structural association with other equipment or articles associated with components used in interrogation type services, i.e. in systems for information exchange between an interrogator/reader and a tag/transponder, e.g. in Radio Frequency Identification [RFID] systems used in active tags, i.e. provided with its own power source or in passive tags, i.e. deriving power from RF signal
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B65CONVEYING; PACKING; STORING; HANDLING THIN OR FILAMENTARY MATERIAL
    • B65DCONTAINERS FOR STORAGE OR TRANSPORT OF ARTICLES OR MATERIALS, e.g. BAGS, BARRELS, BOTTLES, BOXES, CANS, CARTONS, CRATES, DRUMS, JARS, TANKS, HOPPERS, FORWARDING CONTAINERS; ACCESSORIES, CLOSURES, OR FITTINGS THEREFOR; PACKAGING ELEMENTS; PACKAGES
    • B65D2203/00Decoration means, markings, information elements, contents indicators
    • B65D2203/10Transponders

Abstract

The invention relates to a method for assembling a transponder having an integrated circuit for storing and / or processing data on an object. In the method according to the invention, the transponder is moved to a predetermined position realtiv to a slot which is formed in an electrically conductive surface of the object, and fixed or stabilized in the predetermined position by means of a mounting member.

Description

  • The The invention relates to a method for assembling a transponder on an object.
  • transponder are in diverse versions and for many different use cases known and generally have an integrated circuit for Storage and / or processing of data and a connected thereto Antenna for contactless transmission of data. The design of the antenna varies considerably depending on the transmission wavelength desired range, the environment of use, etc. The production of such an antenna is sometimes very expensive. Furthermore It can be difficult to get a reliable signal path between form the integrated circuit and the antenna.
  • at Many applications require the transponder to be connected to one To attach object, for example, the object by the transponder to mark. The assembly of the transponder can in particular then be difficult if it is the intended mounting surface to a smooth surface acts, which should be affected as little as possible by the transponder.
  • Out J.D. Kraus "Antennas for all applications "3rd edition, Mc Graw Hill (2002) pp. 304-307 is known for broadcasting of electromagnetic waves to use a slot antenna. To form a slot antenna is in a metal sheet elongated Slot cut out. The length of the Slot is equal to half the wavelength of the radiated waves. The width of the slot is significantly lower. On the two long sides of the slot, signal lines are connected via the the slot antenna is supplied with the RF signal to be radiated.
  • at a development of the slot antenna is the slot as a cuboid Well formed, the side walls and bottom of a conductive material consist. This design is also called an encapsulated (boxed-in) slot antenna designated. The depth of the recess is preferably one quarter the wavelength the waves radiated with the slot antenna.
  • Of the Invention is based on the object, a transponder on possible optimal way to attach an object.
  • These Task is by a method with the feature combination of Claim 1 solved.
  • At the inventive method becomes a transponder, which stores an integrated circuit and / or processing of data mounted on an object. For this purpose, the transponder is in a predetermined position relative to a slot formed in an electrically conductive surface of the Article is formed, moved and in the predetermined position fixed or stabilized by means of a mounting element.
  • The Invention has the advantage that the assembly of the transponder with comparatively little effort is possible. Another advantage is that the mounting surface is only slightly affected, when the transponder is mounted with the method according to the invention.
  • With the method according to the invention a transponder can be mounted which is flat, in particular cuboid, is formed and has two outer surfaces designed as major surfaces, the larger surface area as the other outer surfaces of the Own transponders.
  • One Such trained transponder is particularly well suited for installation in the area of a slot.
  • Of the Transponder is preferably designed so that it is parallel to its two main surfaces respectively has an at least partially electrically conductive layer. In particular, you can the main surfaces even the at least partially electrically conductive layer represent. In this context, it is particularly advantageous if during the installation of the transponder a signal path between the at least partially electrically conductive layers in parallel to the main areas of the Transponders are formed and the electrically conductive surface of the Article is formed. In this way, the slot without significant Use extra effort as an antenna, which does not protrude from the mounting surface and thus not disturbing is. In particular, during assembly of the transponder an electric conductive connection between the at least partially electrically conductive layers formed parallel to the major surfaces of the transponder are formed and the electrically conductive surface of the article become.
  • Farther the transponder can have four outer surfaces designed as end surfaces, which are arranged in pairs parallel to each other. In this case, the transponder parallel to three faces in each case an at least partially electrically conductive layer exhibit. Preferably, these end faces are themselves each as at least partially formed electrically conductive layer. Such a thing Trained transponder can be operated in a built-in geometry which allows easy installation.
  • at a preferred embodiment the method according to the invention If the mounting element on the transponder or on the subject ausgebil det, before the transponder is moved to the predetermined position. Thereby the handling of the transponder becomes significant during assembly simplified, so no elaborate assembly robot required are.
  • Farther It is very advantageous if in the default position of the transponder or the mounting element abuts the object or the transponder on Mounting element strikes. This carries also significantly simplify the assembly process, because the predetermined position reliably determined with little effort can be.
  • The predetermined position is preferably chosen so that the transponder in the predetermined position at least partially overlaps with the slot. Particularly advantageous is a complete overlap. Such a geometry has a positive effect on the operation of the transponder and also makes it easier the assembly.
  • in the Framework of the method according to the invention can be provided that the transponder at least partially in inserted the slot becomes. Furthermore, it can be provided that the mounting element at least partially inserted into the slot. this makes possible it in particular, the transponder "recessed" to mount and / or the slot Use fastening purposes.
  • The Mounting element can on the transponder and / or the object form-fitting, non-positive or cohesively be fixed. Furthermore, by the mounting member an opening surface of the slot be reduced. this makes possible it, the slot bigger than needed train. For example, this is when exposing the slot more material for the attachment of the transponder available.
  • Preferably be enclosed by the mounting element at least three surfaces of the transponder. By doing so leaves to achieve a good fixation or stabilization of the transponder. Furthermore it is possible, at the transponder to the number of electrically conductive layers to reduce.
  • For the inventive method is particularly suitable for a mounting element, the one-piece with the Transponder or is formed with the object. This eliminates the Effort for a separate manufacturing and for attaching the mounting element to the transponder or the object. Furthermore is the connection between the mounting element and the transponder or the article in this case very durable. For example can in the inventive method a mounting element can be used, which can be swiveled on the transponder or is arranged on the object. This has the advantage that the mounting element for example, in the delivery of the transponder in a space-saving Position can be brought and only immediately before processing of the transponder can be swiveled into the mounting position.
  • Especially It is advantageous if a mounting element is used, the has an undercut. Such a mounting element allows a reliable Fixing the transponder with little effort, for example by Engaging, etc. The mounting element may, for example in the form of a Hook be trained.
  • Farther it is advantageous to use a mounting element that at least partially electrically conductive is formed. This allows the mounting element For example, in the formation of an electrically conductive connec tion to be involved in the assembly or by the transponder as electrical conductive layer etc.
  • Preferably is the mounting element used U-shaped or L-shaped. Moreover, it is advantageous if the mounting element is a U-shaped or an L-shaped profile having. Such a shape is mechanically relatively stable and works well for a form-fitting Fixation of the transponder. Furthermore, there is the possibility of a To use mounting element, as an open at least one side hollow body is trained. Outside on the hollow body can be formed at least partially circumferential flange be. Such a trained mounting element can the transponder to absorb.
  • Of the Transponder can additionally with the help of a fuse element in the predetermined position fixed or stabilized. This makes the transponder special reliable and permanently fixed or stabilized.
  • Farther it is possible, the transponder by a plastic deformation in particular of Mounting element or the fuse element, in the specified Position to fix or stabilize. This procedure has the advantage of that for the plastic deformation provided element in a very simple geometry and therefore cost-effective can be made, for example, no precise locking devices are required and that a very permanent fixation or stabilization is reached.
  • In the method according to the invention can in the context of the assembly of the transponder by a the electrically conductive surface are connected to the slot formed slot antenna to the transponder. This eliminates the expense of connecting another external antenna. Likewise eliminates the assembly of parts that protrude from the mounting surface.
  • The Invention will be described below with reference to the drawing Embodiments explained. there is a computer system as a transponder in the sense of the invention in which the resources, i. Memory resources and / or computing capacity (computing power) are limited. The transponder is capable of at least one perform unidirectional communication with a reader in a contactless manner.
  • It demonstrate:
  • 1 An embodiment of a transponder, which is to be mounted with the method according to the invention, in a schematic perspective view,
  • 2 . 3 various snapshots during assembly of the transponder according to a first method variant in a schematic perspective view,
  • 4 . 5 various snapshots during assembly of the transponder according to a second variant of the method in a schematic perspective view,
  • 6 to 9 various snapshots during assembly of the transponder according to a modification of the second variant of the method in a schematic side view,
  • 10 to 12 various snapshots during assembly of the transponder according to a third variant of the method, partly in a schematic plan view, partly in a schematic perspective view,
  • 13 . 14 various snapshots during assembly of the transponder according to a fourth variant of the method in a schematic perspective view,
  • 15 to 18 various snapshots during assembly of the transponder according to a fifth variant of the method, partly in a schematic side view, partly in a schematic perspective view,
  • 19 An embodiment of the transponder, which is intended for mounting according to a sixth method variant, in a schematic side view,
  • 20 this in 19 illustrated embodiment of the transponder in a mounted according to the sixth method variant state in a schematic perspective view,
  • 21 a further embodiment of the transponder, which is provided for an assembly according to your sixth method variant, in a schematic side view,
  • 22 . 23 each an embodiment of the transponder, which is intended for mounting according to a seventh method variant, in a schematic side view,
  • 24 . 25 this in 23 illustrated embodiment of the transponder for different pivotal positions of the support slats in a schematic plan view,
  • 26 this in 22 illustrated embodiment of the transponder in a mounted according to the seventh method variant state in a schematic perspective view,
  • 27 An embodiment of the transponder, which is intended for mounting according to an eighth variant of the method, in a schematic side view,
  • 28 this in 27 illustrated embodiment of the transponder after folding the support plates in a schematic plan view,
  • 29 this in 27 illustrated embodiment of the transponder after folding the retaining tongue in a schematic plan view,
  • 30 this in 27 illustrated embodiment of the transponder after folding the retaining tongue in a schematic side view,
  • 31 . 32 Further embodiments of the transponder, which are provided for mounting according to an eighth method variant, in your schematic side view,
  • 33 a further embodiment of the transponder, which is intended for mounting according to your eighth method variant, in a schematic perspective view,
  • 34 to 40 various snapshots during assembly of two different embodiments of the transponder according to a ninth method variant in different representations,
  • 41 . 42 depending on an embodiment of the transponder, which is suitable for mounting according to egg ner tenth method variant is provided, in a schematic side view,
  • 43 . 44 each an embodiment of the transponder, which is provided for mounting according to an eleventh method variant, in a schematic side view,
  • 45 this in 43 illustrated embodiment of the transponder in a schematic plan view and
  • 46 to 50 various snapshots during assembly of the transponder according to a twelfth method variant in a schematic perspective view.
  • 1 shows an embodiment of a transponder 1 , which is to be mounted with the method according to the invention, in a schematic perspective view. The representation is simplified and not true to scale. This also applies to the other figures.
  • The transponder 1 has an integrated circuit 2 on, in a cuboid carrier 3 is embedded. The integrated circuit 2 is preferably designed so that it supports a contactless data transmission in the UHF range. In this case, the integrated circuit 2 be designed as a pure memory device in which data is stored. Furthermore, it is also possible that the integrated circuit 2 is able to perform a processing of the data.
  • The carrier 3 is made of an electrically insulating material, such as a plastic. The carrier 3 has two main surfaces 4 and 5 on, which are parallel to each other. In the presentation of the 1 the two main surfaces run 4 and 5 parallel to the drawing plane and each have two vertically aligned narrow sides and two horizontal longitudinal sides. Between the two narrow sides of the main surface 4 and the two narrow sides of the main surface 5 are two short faces 6 and 7 educated. Between the two long sides of the main surface 4 and the two long sides of the main surface 5 are two long faces 8th and 9 educated. The two main surfaces 4 and 5 , the two short faces 6 and 7 as well as the long frontal area 9 are each electrically conductive and connected to each other electrically conductive. Electrically conductive surfaces of the transponder 1 are in 1 and also characterized in all other figures by a simple hatching. The long frontal area 8th that in the representation of the 1 on the upper side of the carrier 3 is arranged, is electrically insulated. Electrically insulating surfaces of the carrier 3 are in 1 and also in all other figures by a cross-hatching.
  • Thus, all external surfaces of the transponder 1 except for the long face 8th electrically conductive formed. To generate the electrical conductivity, a metallization can be applied, wherein the long end face 8th either left blank or subjected to an additional treatment to remove the metallization. Deviating from the presentation of 1 the metallization can also be covered in whole or in part by an electrically insulating layer, for example a plastic cover sheet. The metallization may be formed either as a full-surface layer or in the form of a mesh or similar structure. The metallization can be formed, for example, by a metal foil, by printing, by electroplating, etc. Removal of the metallization is possible, for example, by punching or milling.
  • Between the integrated circuit 2 and the two main surfaces 4 and 5 of the carrier 3 a signal path is formed. For this, the main surfaces 4 and 5 of the carrier 3 electrically conductive with dedicated terminals of the integrated circuit 2 be connected. Instead of an electrically conductive connection, for example, a capacitive coupling is possible. In this case, a capacity is connected in the signal path to prevent a DC short circuit. For example, a capacitor may be provided as a discrete component, in particular in SMD construction. Likewise, it is also possible, a capacitive coupling surface in the carrier 3 embed, a capacity to form by a suitable wiring or a capacity already in the integrated circuit 2 provided. Finally, the integrated circuit 2 be so ausgebil det that he can be operated without a capacity in the signal path. Without explicitly mentioning this, it is assumed in the following that an appropriate capacity is available, as far as necessary.
  • The assembly of the transponder 1 can be done in different ways. Some particularly advantageous procedures will be described below.
  • 2 and 3 show different snapshots during the assembly of the transponder 1 according to a first variant of the method in a schematic perspective view.
  • In addition to the transponder 1 is each an object 10 shown having an electrically conductive mounting surface 11 at which the transponder 1 should be attached. At the object 10 in particular, it may be a sheet metal part example act of a vehicle. The mounting surface 11 has a slot 12 with an opening area slightly larger than the long end face 9 of the transponder 1 is formed so that the transponder 1 with the long face 9 ahead in the slot 12 can be introduced. The in the 2 and 3 visible side of the mounting surface 11 is referred to in the following each outside, the rear side to the inside. This also applies to the other figures, if nothing else is mentioned there.
  • For mounting the transponder 1 is initially a U-shaped bracket 13 , which consists for example of metal, in the region of the slot 12 on the inside of the mounting surface 11 arranged so that it is the width of the slot 12 spans. Subsequently, the hanger 13 in the area of two folded contact surfaces 14 on the inside of the mounting surface 11 attached. The attachment can, for example, with the help of an adhesive 15 respectively. But there are also other types of attachment such as rivets, screws, etc. possible. Then the transponder 1 with the long face 9 ahead of the outside of the mounting surface 11 approached and into the slot 12 and thus in the temple 13 introduced. This is the transponder 1 in the area of its main surfaces 4 and 5 from the temple 13 guided.
  • If the transponder 1 with its long face 9 at the temple 13 abuts, is the intended mounting position of the transponder 1 achieved in the long end face 8th of the transponder 1 preferably with the outside of the mounting surface 11 flush. Here are the dimensions of the bracket 13 so on the transponder 1 be tuned that the transponder 1 in the temple 13 is clamped. Overall, the transponder 1 thus through the hanger 13 across the slot 12 on both sides and perpendicular to the mounting surface 11 fixed on one side with positive locking. In addition, the transponder 1 through the temple 13 in all other directions, especially parallel to the slot 12 , positively fixed.
  • Deviating from the presentation of 2 and 3 can the hanger 13 over a major part of the length of the slot 12 or even over the entire length of the slot 12 extend. It is also possible to use several hangers 13 along the slot 12 next to each other on the inside of the mounting surface 11 to fix.
  • 4 and 5 show different snapshots during the assembly of the transponder 1 according to a second variant of the method in a schematic perspective view.
  • In the second variant of the method, instead of the bracket 13 an angle profile 16 , which preferably consists of metal, in the region of a folded abutment surface 17 on the inside of the mounting surface 11 attached. When fixing the angle profile 16 and the mounting of the transponder 1 can proceed in an analogous manner, as based on the 2 and 3 for the temple 13 described and also the number and width of the angle profile 16 can vary in an analogous way. However, it is not necessary, the transponder 1 during installation through the slot 12 to lead through. Instead, it is also possible to use the transponder 1 on the inside of the mounting surface 11 the angle profile 16 with one of the main surfaces 4 or 5 to approach laterally. After the transponder 1 has reached the intended position, it can be permanently fixed, for example by gluing. Alternatively or additionally, the transponder 1 also in the angle profile 16 be locked. This is in the 6 to 9 shown.
  • 6 to 9 show different snapshots during the assembly of the transponder 1 according to a modification of the second variant of the method in a schematic side view. The angle profile used in the modification 16 is different from the one in the 2 and 3 illustrated angle profile 16 insofar as it also has a retaining lug 18 for trapping the transponder 1 having.
  • After fixing the thus modified angle profile 16 on the inside of the mounting surface 11 becomes the transponder 1 the angle profile 16 fed in a slight tilt laterally to the retaining lug 18 to overcome. If the transponder 1 at the angle profile 16 stops, it is locked by a pivoting movement, wherein the retaining lug 18 initially dodges down and then elastically spring back and the transponder 1 clamps.
  • In case of 8th and 9 is at the side approach of the transponder 1 to the angle profile 16 in addition a holding projection 19 to overcome that on the angle profile 16 opposite side of the slot 12 on the inside of the mounting surface 11 is trained. The retaining projection 19 can be made, for example, that the slot 12 on one side is not punched out and the material of the mounting surface 11 bent at right angles inwards. The retaining projection 19 gives the transponder 1 additional lateral support and is used for the capacitive / galvanic coupling of the surface 4 to the metal surface 11 , The retaining projection 19 can also at the in the 4 and 5 illustrated embodiment are provided.
  • 10 to 12 show different snapshots during the assembly of the transponder 1 according to a third variant of the method.
  • According to the third variant of the method, the material of the mounting surface 11 when punching the slot 12 in the area of the narrow sides of the slot 12 not severed. For example, the punching according to the in 10 punching geometry shown done.
  • 10 shows the mounting surface 11 during the formation of the slot 12 in a schematic plan. To the formation of the slot 12 becomes the mounting surface 11 cut along the solid lines, in particular by means of punching. This will be narrow tabs 20 exposed, the one-piece with the mounting surface 11 are formed. The tabs 20 are bent at right angles along the dashed lines. The result of the punching and bending operations and the further course of assembly are in the 11 and 12 shown in a schematic perspective view.
  • Like that 11 and 12 it can be seen, are the tabs 20 perpendicular from the inside of the mounting surface 11 and have an L-shape, with the free ends of the tabs 20 oriented towards each other. The bending points are chosen so that the tabs 20 the outer contour of the transponder 1 replicate. As in 12 shown, the transponder 1 with its long face 9 the outside of the mounting surface 11 approximated and in this orientation in the slot 12 introduced. The intended mounting position of the transponder 1 is achieved when this with its long face 9 to the angled free ends of the tabs 20 strikes. Thereafter, a U-shaped counterpart is formed 21 with its open side the inside of the mounting surface 11 approximated and over the transponder 1 pushed. The counterpart 21 snaps into the transponder 1 one, leaving the tabs 20 between the counterpart 21 and the transponder 1 be trapped and the transponder 1 is fixed positively. The snapping can be done according to known locking mechanisms, which are not shown specifically figurative.
  • 13 and 14 show different snapshots during the assembly of the transponder 1 according to a fourth variant of the method in a schematic perspective view.
  • How out 13 It will be apparent in the fourth variant of the method initially a mounting collar 22 in the area of the long end face 8th on the transponder 1 appropriate. The mounting collar 22 has a short pipe section 23 and a flange 24 on, which are interconnected or formed in one piece. The flange 24 is at one end of the pipe section 23 arranged and extends at right angles to the outside. The inside dimensions of the pipe section 23 are on the dimensions of the long end face 8th of the transponder 1 tuned so that the pipe section 23 in the area of the long end face 8th over the carrier 3 of the transponder 1 can be pushed and then close to the carrier 3 is applied.
  • After the mounting collar 22 on the transponder 1 was attached, the transponder 1 with the long face 9 ahead of the outside of the mounting surface 11 approached and into the slot 12 introduced until the flange 24 of the mounting collar 22 on the outside of the mounting surface 11 strikes. This is in 14 shown. The external dimensions of the pipe section 23 of the retaining collar 22 are so on the dimensions of the slot 12 matched that of the retaining collar 22 including transponder 1 in the struck position in the slot 12 is clamped.
  • The transponder 1 can in the battered position in an analogous manner as based on 12 explained by sliding and snapping the counterpart 21 additionally stabilized.
  • In a development of the fourth variant of the method, the dimensions of the slot 12 chosen larger than the dimensions of the long end face 9 of the transponder 1 , That is, the slot 12 becomes longer or wider or longer and wider than required. This way it is in the area of the slot 12 more material available, which for the attachment of the transponder 1 or for a capacitive coupling can be used. The oversize of the slot 12 is through a mounting collar 22 compensated, which has a sufficiently large flange 24 having.
  • 15 to 18 show different snapshots during the assembly of the transponder 1 according to a fifth variant of the method, partly in a schematic side view ( 15 and 16 ), partly in a schematic perspective view ( 17 and 18 ).
  • The fifth method variant relates to the mounting of a transponder 1 for this purpose holding tongues 25 having. The retaining tongues 25 Can be made in one piece with the wearer 3 of the transponder 1 be educated. For example, the retaining tongues 25 in the case of a transponder 1 , its carrier 3 produced by lamination of multiple films, formed by film sections which have not been laminated. Lamination can be prevented, for example, by coating the film sections with a release agent or by omitting a laminating adhesive in the region of the film sections. In the illustrated embodiments, the retaining tongues 25 each formed by metal foils. But it is also possible for the retaining tongues 25 To use plastic films or metallized plastic films.
  • As in the left part of the picture 15 shown, the carrier can 3 be formed so that the retaining tongues 25 with the long face 8th that in the 15 and 16 each the top of the carrier 3 is about flush and at the main surfaces 4 respectively. 5 issue. The retaining tongues extend here 25 preferably over the entire length, but only over a small fraction of the width of the major surfaces 4 respectively. 5 , In one to the long end face 8th adjacent area of the main areas 4 respectively. 5 go the retaining tongues 25 in the carrier 3 over and sit inside the vehicle 3 still so far away, as this is favorable in terms of manufacturing technology. Also the dimensions of the retaining tongues 25 outside the carrier 3 can be tailored to the manufacturing process.
  • The retaining tongues 25 are designed so flexible that they can be folded and thus in particular to the transition area to the carrier 3 can be swiveled. As indicated by arrows, this gives the possibility of the retaining tongues 25 from the main surfaces 4 respectively. 5 wegzuschwenken and in a rectangular orientation to the main surfaces 4 respectively. 5 bring to. This pivotal position is in the right part of the 15 shown.
  • At an in 16 The modification shown are the retaining tongues 25 as an extension of the main surfaces 4 respectively. 5 trained and are accordingly on the long end face 8th above. Also in this modification, the retaining tongues 25 by a pivoting movement in a rectangular orientation to the major surfaces 4 respectively. 5 to be brought.
  • As in 17 the transponder is displayed 1 with the right angle folded tabs 25 the outside of the mounting surface 11 approximated, with the long end face 9 of the carrier 3 to the mounting surface 11 shows. The transponder 1 so far in the slot 12 the mounting surface 11 Introduced until the retaining tongues 25 on the outside of the mounting surface 11 attacks. This end position is in 18 shown. To the transponder 1 against falling out of the slot 12 For example, it is possible to secure the retaining tongues 25 by means of adhesive 15 to fix. The retaining tongues 25 can also be attached to the mounting surface in other ways 11 be fastened, for example by riveting.
  • Alternatively to the representation of 17 and 18 there is also the possibility of the retaining tongues 25 on the inside of the mounting surface 11 to fix.
  • 19 shows an embodiment of the transponder 1 , which is intended for assembly according to a sixth method variant, in a schematic side view. In the area of short faces 6 and 7 of the carrier 3 are hooks 26 formed over the long end face 8th survive and the attachment of the transponder 1 on the mounting surface 11 serve.
  • In this embodiment, the transponder is provided 1 with the long face 8th ahead of the inside of the mounting surface 11 approach and the hooks 26 in the slot 12 the mounting surface 11 introduce. The hooks give way 26 due to their elasticity slightly in a direction towards each other. If the carrier 3 on the inside of the mounting surface 11 strikes, the intended mounting position is reached and the hook 26 spring back to their original position. This will make the mounting surface 11 between the hooks 26 and the carrier 3 positively enclosed and in this way the transponder 1 on the mounting surface 11 attached. In the illustrated embodiment, the hooks 26 formed electrically insulating. Alternatively, there is also the option of the hook 26 form electrically conductive.
  • 20 shows that in 19 illustrated embodiment of the transponder 1 in a mounted in accordance with the sixth method variant state in a schematic perspective view. The hooks 26 surround the outside of the mounting surface 11 and thereby secure the transponder 1 against falling out.
  • 21 shows a further embodiment of the transponder 1 , which is intended for assembly according to a sixth method variant, in a schematic side view. Analogous to the embodiment of 19 are hooks 27 for attaching the transponder 1 on the mounting surface 11 intended. However, the hooks are 27 laterally from the short end faces 6 and 7 spaced formed and do not have the long end face 8th above. Instead, the hooks extend 27 starting from a strip of material 28 in the area of the long frontal area 8th is formed and laterally over the short end faces 6 and 7 withstands, towards the long frontal area 9 ,
  • Accordingly, in the in 21 illustrated embodiment of the transponder 1 the assembly by approaching the transponder 1 with the long front side 9 ahead to the outside of the mounting surface 11 , The transponder 1 gets into the slot 12 the mounting surface 11 introduced until the strip of material 28 to the outside of the mounting surface 11 strikes and the mounting surface 11 in the hook 27 locks.
  • 22 and 23 show each one Ausfüh example of the transponder 1 , which is intended for mounting according to a seventh method variant, in a schematic side view. The seventh method variant represents a development of the sixth method variant and causes a more stable seat of the transponder 1 , This is achieved by attaching to the main surfaces 4 and 5 of the carrier 3 one support lamella each 29 is trained. The support slats 29 are centered between the short faces 6 and 7 with the carrier 3 connected and can in particular also in one piece with the carrier 3 be educated. This applies to the holding tongues 25 Completed accordingly. The support slats 29 extend from the plane of the long end face 9 almost to the level of the long end face 8th , In the presentation of the 22 and 23 are the support slats 29 perpendicular to the main surfaces 4 respectively. 5 oriented. As based on the 24 and 25 is explained, the support slats 29 each also in a different orientation to the main surfaces 4 respectively. 5 be panned.
  • Apart from the support slats 29 tune that in 22 illustrated embodiment of the transponder 1 with the embodiment according to 19 and that in 23 illustrated embodiment with the embodiment according to 21 match.
  • 24 and 25 show that in 23 illustrated embodiment of the transponder 1 for different pivoting positions of the support slats 29 in a schematic plan.
  • In the presentation of the 24 lie the support slats 29 full surface on the main surfaces 4 respectively. 5 of the carrier 3 at. In this state, the transponder claims 1 only little space, so that, for example, a space-saving packaging of a variety of transponders 1 is possible.
  • Before or during assembly, the support slats 29 from the main surfaces 4 respectively. 5 of the carrier 3 swung away until the in 25 illustrated right-angled orientation relative to the major surfaces 4 respectively. 5 is reached.
  • 26 shows that in 22 illustrated embodiment of the transponder 1 in a state mounted according to the seventh method variant in a schematic perspective view. In this embodiment, the transponder 1 when mounting the inside of the mounting surface 11 with the long face 8th approached ahead and into the slot 12 the mounting surface 11 introduced until the carrier 3 on the inside of the mounting surface 11 strikes. The mounting surface snaps into place 11 in the manner already described in the hook 26 one. In addition, the support slats 29 in the orthogonal orientation to the main surfaces 4 respectively. 5 fixed.
  • This can, for example, by a not figuratively illustrated locking mechanism between the support plates 29 and the mounting surface 11 respectively. The support slats 29 Already at the beginning of mounting in the rectangular orientation to the main surfaces 4 respectively. 5 be panned. Likewise, the pivoting movement can also after the engagement of the mounting surface 11 in the hook 26 be performed.
  • 27 shows an embodiment of the transponder 1 , which is provided for mounting according to an eighth method variant, in a schematic side view. In this embodiment, the transponder 1 in the area of his long face 8th a retaining tongue 30 and in the area of its short faces 6 and 7 support slats 31 on. Both the retaining tongue 30 as well as the support slats 31 are in the presentation of 27 parallel to the main surface 4 oriented, but can each relative to the main surface 4 be pivoted and folded in particular at right angles. Dash-dotted lines indicate that the support slats 31 also can be folded in itself.
  • Except the area to which the long end face 8th adjacent are, according to this embodiment, at the edge of the main surface 4 electrically conductive filled or lined perforations 32 educated. This ensures that the short end faces 6 and 7 as well as the long frontal area 9 partially electrically conductive and the two main surfaces 4 and 5 electrically conductively connected to each other. Of course, any other arrangements can be selected by means of which the two main surfaces 4 and 5 electrically conductively connected to each other.
  • The transponder 1 can analogously to the embodiments of the 19 and 21 also hooks 26 respectively. 27 for attachment to the mounting surface 11 exhibit. For clarity, this is in 27 but not shown specifically.
  • 28 shows that in 27 illustrated embodiment of the transponder 1 after folding the support slats 31 in a schematic plan. The support slats 31 were each twice along the vertical dash-dotted lines ( 27 ) and then fixed so that the folded support slats 31 each side outside the main surfaces 4 respectively. 5 are arranged. In addition, for all sections of the support slats 31 performed a folding along the horizontal dot-dash line. In addition, the fold may also be along the edge of the main surface 4 each omitted. The folded ones support slats 31 are then in the area of the main areas 4 respectively. 5 arranged. so that the folded support slats 31 then laterally outside of the main surfaces 4 respectively. 5 are arranged.
  • In the in 28 shown state is the transponder 1 with the long face 8th ahead of the inside of the mounting surface 11 approximated. This will be the tongue 30 in the slot 12 the mounting surface 11 introduced until the support slats 31 on the inside of the mounting surface 11 attacks. Then the retaining tongue 30 folded, as in 29 shown.
  • 29 shows that in 27 illustrated embodiment of the transponder 1 after folding the retaining tongue 30 in a schematic plan. An associated schematic side view is in 30 shown. The in the 29 and 30 illustrated folding the retaining tongue 30 will after passing through the retaining tongue 30 through the slot 12 the mounting surface 11 carried out. Here, the retaining tongue 30 as shown to the outside of the mounting surface 11 folded and then attached, for example, by adhesive ben. This will cause the capacitive coupling of the transponder 1 to the mounting surface 11 improved.
  • 31 and 32 show further embodiments of the transponder 1 , which are intended for installation according to your eighth process variant, in a schematic side view. These embodiments differ from the embodiment of FIG 27 regarding the dimensions of the retaining tongue 30 and the provided folds of the support slats 31 ,
  • In the embodiment of 31 has the retaining tongue 30 about the same dimensions as in 27 on. However, inside the support slats 31 in each case only a single fold parallel to the longitudinal sides of the support slats 31 intended. There is also a fold along the edge of the main surface 4 ,
  • In the embodiment of 32 is the retaining tongue 30 significantly larger than in 27 , Inside the support slats 31 in each case no folding is parallel to the longitudinal sides of the support slats 31 intended. Only along the edge of the main surface 4 is at every support lamella 31 once folded.
  • 33 shows a further embodiment of the transponder 1 , which is intended for mounting according to an eighth method variant, in a schematic perspective view. This embodiment is characterized in that the retaining tongue 30 and the support slats 31 each not the full thickness of the carrier 3 exhibit. This can be done, for example, with a carrier 3 , which is made of several films, be realized by that for the retaining tongue 30 and the support slats 31 not all foils laterally over the main surfaces 4 respectively. 5 survive.
  • The 34 to 40 show different snapshots during assembly of two different embodiments of the transponder 1 according to a ninth method variant in different representations.
  • The ninth method variant is characterized by the fact that in the area of the short end faces 6 and 7 one supporting lamella each 33 is formed, which is perpendicular to the main surface during assembly 4 respectively. 5 is oriented and that the transponder 1 by a plastic deformation of the material on the mounting surface 11 is attached.
  • 34 shows an embodiment of the transponder 1 before assembly in a schematic side view. The transponder 1 points in the area of the short end faces 6 and 7 one in one piece with the carrier 3 trained support lamella 33 on. In the presentation of the 34 are the support slats 33 so oriented that they are with the main surfaces 4 respectively. 5 aligned. For the assembly of the transponder 1 is provided that the support slats 33 folded along the dash-dotted lines, in the plane of the short end face 6 or the short end face 7 lie. On the long end face 8th of the carrier 3 is a strip of material 28 formed, the ends of which laterally over the two support slats 33 survive. In the area of the supernatant is ever a projection 34 on the material strip 28 formed, which is parallel to the adjacent support plate 33 runs and the long Stirnützfläche 9 shows.
  • When mounting the transponder 1 this is initially folded as in 35 shown.
  • 35 shows that in 34 illustrated embodiment of the transponder 1 in the folded state in a schematic plan view. The two support slats 33 are along the in 34 plotted dash-dotted lines folded so that the one supporting lamella 33 with the main surface 4 and the other support lamella 33 with the main surface 5 of the carrier 3 includes a right angle. Thus, the free ends of the two support slats 33 in opposite directions.
  • In this convolution state, the transponder 1 with the long face 9 ahead of the outside of the mounting surface 11 approached and into the slot 12 the mounting surface 11 introduced. For this to be possible, the slot must be 12 according to the contour of the folded transponder 1 be formed double L-shaped. A suitable Slot geometry is in 36 shown. The intended mounting position is reached when the strip of material 28 on the outside of the mounting surface 11 strikes. For fixing the transponder 1 Be the ones on the inside of the mounting surface 11 out of the slot 12 outstanding protrusions 34 of the transponder 1 deformed so plastically that they are no longer through the slot 12 fit.
  • 36 shows the mounting surface 11 with one on the transponder 1 according to 34 coordinated slot geometry in a schematic plan view. In this slot geometry, the slot 12 an elongate region with two oppositely angled ends.
  • 37 shows that in 34 illustrated embodiment of the transponder 1 in the assembled state in a schematic perspective view. After assembly, the material strip is 28 of the transponder 1 over the outside of the mounting surface 11 above. The relatively large investment area of the transponder 1 on the mounting surface 11 ensures a reliable hold of the transponder 1 ,
  • 38 shows a further embodiment of the transponder 1 before assembly in a schematic side view. Similar to the one in 34 illustrated transponder 1 also has the transponder 1 of the 38 in the area of the short end faces 6 and 7 one in one piece with the carrier 3 trained support lamella 33 on. However, the transponder is 1 of the 38 for mounting from the inside of the mounting surface 11 her designed and therefore does not have the protruding strip of material 28 , Instead, the projections are 34 directly on the support slats 33 formed and from the long end face 9 of the carrier 3 directed away.
  • Before mounting the transponder 1 in an analogous manner, as described for the other embodiment, folded along the dotted lines and thereby brought into a double L-shape. For the assembly of the transponder 1 a special slot geometry is required. A possible design of the slot geometry is in 39 shown.
  • 39 shows the mounting surface 11 with one on the transponder 1 according to 38 coordinated slot geometry in a schematic plan view. In this slot geometry are in addition to the slot 12 two elongated openings 35 in the mounting area 11 provided in the area of the ends of the slot 12 are arranged and across the slot 12 extend. The breakthroughs 35 can also have a different shape than in 39 represented and formed, for example, square or round.
  • When assembling the folded transponder 1 with the long face 8th ahead of the inside of the mounting surface 11 approximated. This will be the projections 34 of the transponder 1 in the openings 35 the mounting surface 11 introduced. The intended mounting position is reached when the transponder 1 on the inside of the mounting surface 11 strikes. For fixing the transponder 1 Be the over the outside of the mounting surface 11 protruding end portions of the projections 34 so plastically deformed that they are no longer through the openings 35 fit.
  • 40 shows that in 38 illustrated embodiment of the transponder 1 in the assembled state in a schematic perspective view. After assembly, the mushroom-shaped deformed end portions of the projections 34 of the transponder 1 over the outside of the mounting surface 11 above. Also, this embodiment is characterized by a tight fit of the transponder 1 out.
  • 41 and 42 each show an embodiment of the transponder 1 , which is provided for assembly according to a tenth method variant, in a schematic side view. The in 41 illustrated transponder 1 largely corresponds to the transponder 1 of the 34 who in 42 illustrated transponder 1 largely corresponds to the transponder 1 of the 38 , Differences exist in each case insofar as the transponder 1 of the 41 and 42 instead of the plastically deformable projections 34 hook 27 respectively. 26 for locking the mounting surface 11 exhibit. Accordingly, the procedure differs when mounting the transponder 1 of the 41 and 42 in that the transponder 1 not by a plastic deformation of the projections 34 but by snapping the mounting surface 11 in the hook 27 respectively. 26 be fixed in the intended mounting position. Moreover, the same applies to the assembly according to the ninth method variant executed accordingly. In particular, the 35 . 36 . 37 and 39 be used in an analogous manner.
  • 43 and 44 each show an embodiment of the transponder 1 , which is intended for mounting according to an eleventh method variant, in a schematic side view. One too 43 corresponding schematic supervision is in 45 shown.
  • In the eleventh method variant, the procedure is analogous as in the sixth method variant, so that what is stated there also applies to the eleventh method variant. However, in the eleventh method variant over the sixth method variant modified embodiments of transponders 1 used. The used in the eleventh process variant transponder 1 are characterized by the fact that the hooks 26 and 27 each as constituents of a metal part 36 are formed. In the embodiments of the 43 and 44 has the metal part 36 a U-shape, wherein at the free ends of the metal part 36 the hooks 27 respectively. 26 are formed.
  • In the in the 43 and 45 illustrated embodiment of the transponder 1 encloses the metal part 36 the short faces 6 and 7 and the long frontal area 9 of the carrier 3 , The hooks 27 are near the plane of the long end face 8th laterally next to the short end faces 6 and 7 trained and the plane of the long end face 9 oriented. Accordingly, this embodiment is for a mounting with the long end face 9 provided in advance, in which the transponder 1 the outside of the mounting surface 11 is approximated. The procedure is identical as in the embodiment of 21 , however, due to the metal part 36 a higher spring force when snapping into the hooks 27 achieve.
  • At the in 44 illustrated embodiment, the metal part extends 36 parallel to the short faces 6 and 7 and to the long frontal area 9 in the carrier 3 , The hooks 26 stand over the long frontal area 8th over and are from the plane of the long end face 9 Oriented away and thus to the hook 27 of the embodiment of 43 and 45 aligned in the opposite direction. Accordingly, the embodiment of the 44 for a mounting with the long end face 8th provided in advance, in which the transponder 1 the inside of the mounting surface 11 is approximated. The procedure is identical as in the embodiment of 19 ,
  • 46 to 50 show different snapshots during the assembly of the transponder 1 according to a twelfth method variant in a schematic perspective view.
  • In the twelfth process variant, the transponder 1 by means of a profile 37 with a U-shaped cross-section, which is also formed overall in the form of a "U", on the mounting surface 11 attached. The U-profile 37 encloses the two short faces 6 and 7 as well as the long frontal area 9 including a respective adjacent to these surfaces edge strip of the main surfaces 4 and 5 of the carrier 3 , For attachment to the mounting surface 11 are laterally on the U-profile 37 two contact surfaces 38 appropriate. There is the possibility of the U-profile 37 first at the transponder 1 to attach and then the transponder 1 with the attached U-profile 37 to assemble. This is in the 46 to 48 shown. Alternatively, it is also possible the U-profile 37 first on the mounting surface 11 to attach and then the transponder 1 to assemble. This is in the 49 and 50 shown.
  • As in 46 is shown, the transponder 1 with its long face 9 ahead in the U-profile 37 introduced. The insertion movement continues until the transponder 1 with its long face 9 on the U-profile 37 strikes. In this position, the U-profile 37 by crimping on the carrier 3 of the transponder 1 attached.
  • As an alternative to this procedure, it is also possible to change the shape of the U-profile 37 only when attached to the transponder 1 train. This applies both to the profiling and to the overall shape of the U-profile 37 each individually and in combination.
  • If the U-profile 37 made of metal or otherwise electrically conductive, can on the short end faces 6 and 7 as well as on the long face 9 of the carrier 3 to dispense with a metallization. In this case, the two short faces 6 and 7 as well as the long frontal area 9 of the carrier 3 through the U-profile 37 formed electrically conductive and the two main surfaces 4 and 5 through the U-profile 37 electrically connected.
  • As the next step, in 47 is shown, the composite of transponder 1 and U-profile 37 with the long face 8th of the carrier 3 ahead of the inside of the mounting surface 11 approximated. The intended mounting position is reached when the contact surfaces 38 of the U-profile 37 on the mounting surface 11 strike and the long face 8th with the slot 12 the mounting surface 11 flees. In this position, the U-profile 37 in the area of contact surfaces 38 for example by means of adhesive 15 or fixed by rivets, screws, etc. 48 shows the transponder 1 in the assembled state.
  • According to the alternative procedure, first the U-profile 37 without transponder 1 in the area of the slot 12 on the inside of the mounting surface 11 appropriate. This is in 49 shown. The fixation of the U-profile 37 takes place in this case, too, that the contact surfaces 38 of the U-profile 37 with the mounting surface 11 For example, glued, riveted or screwed.
  • As in 50 is shown, then the transponder 1 with its long face 9 ahead of the outside of the mounting surface 11 approximated and through the slot 12 through into the U-profile 37 Introduced until the long frontal area 9 of the transponder 1 on the U-profile 37 strikes. In this case, the transponder 1 for example, by a not figuratively illustrated locking mechanism or by a clamping action of the U-profile 37 be fixed. If the transponder 1 on the two short forehead areas 6 and 7 as well as on the long end face 9 of the carrier 3 is electrically conductive, can for the U-profile 37 also a non or a poorly electrically conductive material can be used.
  • In all variants of the method described above for the installation of the transponder 1 Alternatively or additional fastening methods may be used, in particular staples, staples, rivets or gluing.
  • In a number of the method variants described are on the outside of the mounting surface 11 no fastening measures required. This allows one on the outside of the mounting surface 11 invisible mounting of the transponder 1 , It is also possible in particular, the outside of the mounting surface 11 in the area of the transponder 1 to be painted, printed or otherwise treated, possibly requiring measures to be taken, such as sanding.

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  1. Method for mounting a transponder, the an integrated circuit for storage and / or processing of data on an object, the transponder in a predetermined position relative to a slot in an electrical conductive surface is formed of the object is moved and in the given Position fixed or stabilized by means of a mounting element becomes.
  2. Method according to claim 1, characterized in that that a transponder is used, the flat piece, in particular cuboid, formed is and two as main surfaces having formed outer surfaces, the larger surface area as the other outer surfaces of the Own transponders.
  3. Method according to claim 2, characterized in that that the transponder is parallel to its two main surfaces, preferably in the area of the main areas, in each case an at least partially electrically conductive layer having.
  4. Method according to claim 3, characterized that when mounting the transponder, a signal path between the at least partially electrically conductive layers in parallel to the main surfaces are formed of the transponder and the electrically conductive surface of the Article is formed.
  5. Method according to one of claims 3 or 4, characterized that during assembly of the transponder an electrically conductive connection between the at least partially electrically conductive layers, the parallel to the main surfaces of the Transponders are formed and the electrically conductive surface of the Article is formed.
  6. Method according to one of the preceding claims, characterized characterized in that a transponder is used, the four as End faces trained Having outer surfaces, which are arranged in pairs parallel to each other.
  7. Method according to Claim 6, characterized that the transponder is parallel to three end faces, preferably in the area the end faces, respectively has an at least partially electrically conductive layer.
  8. Method according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the mounting element is formed on the transponder or on the object before the transponder is moved to the specified position.
  9. Method according to one of the preceding claims, characterized characterized in that in the predetermined position of the transponder or the mounting element abuts the object or the transponder on Mounting element strikes.
  10. Method according to one of the preceding claims, characterized characterized in that the transponder in the predetermined position with the slot at least partially, preferably completely, overlaps.
  11. Method according to one of the preceding claims, characterized characterized in that the transponder at least partially in the Slit introduced becomes.
  12. Method according to one of the preceding claims, characterized characterized in that the mounting element at least partially in the Slit introduced becomes.
  13. Method according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the mounting element on the transponder and / or positively locking on the object, force fit or cohesively is fixed.
  14. Method according to one of the preceding claims, characterized characterized in that an opening area of the Slit is reduced.
  15. Method according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that from the mounting element at least three outer surfaces of the Transponders are enclosed.
  16. Method according to one of the preceding claims, characterized characterized in that a mounting element is used, the one-piece is formed with the transponder or with the object.
  17. Method according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that a mounting element is used which is pivotable is arranged on the transponder or on the object.
  18. Method according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that a mounting element is used which has a Undercut has.
  19. Method according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that a mounting element is used which is in shape a hook is formed.
  20. Method according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that a mounting element is used which at least partially electrically conductive is formed.
  21. Method according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that a mounting element is used which is U-shaped or L-shaped is.
  22. Method according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that a mounting element is used, the one U-shaped or an L-shaped one Profile.
  23. Method according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that a mounting element is used as the an open on at least one side hollow body is formed.
  24. Method according to claim 23, characterized that outside on the hollow body an at least partially circumferential flange is formed.
  25. Method according to one of the preceding claims, characterized characterized in that the transponder additionally by means of a fuse element fixed or stabilized in the predetermined position.
  26. Method according to one of the preceding claims, characterized characterized in that the transponder by a plastic deformation in particular of the mounting element or the securing element, in the predetermined position is fixed or stabilized.
  27. Method according to one of the preceding claims, characterized in that during the assembly of the transponder a through the electrically conductive surface Slot antenna formed with the slot connected to the transponder becomes.
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