The RFID HandBook 7th Edition

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Quick overview for rapid insight ito RFID, this eBook covers the technology from its genesis in the 1940s to today's suc...

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THE BEGINNING

[...] of intellectual giants, such as: Michael Faraday: in 1846 identified that both light and radio waves are part of electromagnetic energy. James Maxwell: in 1864 propounded his theory that electric [...]

RFID FOR DUMMIES

[...] unique objects, processes, transactions or events. RFID does this by using a burst of radio waves to move information. It is possible to explain RFID using only two basic building blocks - Tag [...]

EINSTEIN'S THEORY OF RFID

[...] are correlated: the higher the frequency, the shorter the wavelength. To translate this to radio waves imagine the ocean waves traveling at an enormous speed, the speed of light which is 186,000 [...]

RFID vs BAR CODE

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WARFIGHTERS & RFID

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FIVE PHASES OF RFID EVOLUTION

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FUTURE TRENDS

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SUCCESS STORIES

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THE BEGINNING

[...] to counter theft in retail stores is a prime example of early commercial use of RFID technology. Sensormatic and Checkpoint were founded in the late 1960s to offer this solution. [...]

FIVE PHASES OF RFID EVOLUTION

[...] vendors is available. This drives down NRE making it feasible for wide scale adoption of RFID technology into the enterprise. Second, integration with ERP and other systems is rapidly growing due to [...]

FUTURE TRENDS

[...] reducing costs. Traditional notions of marginal rate of productivity for RFID technology will go the way of the dinosaur and increasing returns will evolve and create value [...]

STANDARDS

[...] on ISO RFID STANDARDS: Air Interface Standard for Item Management ISO/IEC 18000-2 LF nominally 132kHz ISO/IEC 18000-3 HF 13.56 MHz [...]

EINSTEIN'S THEORY OF RFID

[...] 0 is accomplished by shifting the peak and trough of the wave forms. These factors make the air interface the most complicated component of system design. In other words, the radio channel is the [...]

FIVE PHASES OF RFID EVOLUTION

[...] of project timeframes and budget over-runs. Non-recurring engineering is limited to the air interface for issues like EMI (electromagnetic interference) and achieving 100% read rates. All [...]

WARFIGHTERS & RFID

[...] so as to ensure performance in these areas plus real time visibility. In that regard, radio frequency identification has been chosen by the Department of Defense as the technology of choice to enhance [...]

FUTURE TRENDS

[...] for it. The more software and hardware that is available, the more people buy RFID. Radio Frequency Identification: a self fulfilling prophecy at best or a disruptive technology at worst. HAL's LAW I [...]

SUCCESS STORIES

[...] that totes were ID'd incorrectly. This led to delays and even incorrect delivery of orders. An RFID tag is welded to the bottom of each tote. It is a read only tag with 64 bits of data that represent [...]

TABLE OF CONTENTS

[...] Table of Contents [I] INTRODUCTION [2] THE BEGINNING [3] RFID FOR DUMMIES [4] RFID vs BAR CODE [5] WARFIGHTERS & RFID [6] EINSTEIN'S THEORY OF RFID [7] SYSTEM [...]

RFID FOR DUMMIES

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THE BEGINNING

[...] of intellectual giants, such as: Michael Faraday: in 1846 identified that both light and radio waves are part of electromagnetic energy. James Maxwell: in 1864 propounded his theory that electric [...]

RFID FOR DUMMIES

[...] unique objects, processes, transactions or events. RFID does this by using a burst of radio waves to move information. It is possible to explain RFID using only two basic building blocks - Tag [...]

EINSTEIN'S THEORY OF RFID

[...] are correlated: the higher the frequency, the shorter the wavelength. To translate this to radio waves imagine the ocean waves traveling at an enormous speed, the speed of light which is 186,000 [...]

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