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  • 264 Pages
  • 3.43 MB
  • English
Paramount Market Publishing , Ithaca, NY
Other titlesRadio frequency identification
StatementMickey Brazeal
LC ClassificationsHF5415.55 .B73 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 264 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24453244M
ISBN 100980174538
ISBN 139780980174533
LC Control Number2010278079

RFID and Sensor Network Automation in the Food Industry: Ensuring Quality and Safety through Supply Chain Visibility by Selwyn Piramuthu and Weibiao Zhou | Mar 7, Hardcover.

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Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is a technology which is at the centre of the revolution around Supply Chain and Retail industry. The book RFID Handbook: Technology, Applications, Security and Privacy gives a detailed breakdown of the entire RFID Architecture and components/5(9).

RFID—A Guide to Radio Frequency Identification is a one-stop resource for current information on commercial and government applications of RFID technology, with insightful focus on such specific uses as supply chain management, retail and consumer packaging, transportation and distribution of products, pharmaceutical applications, and security and access by: : rfid book.

Skip to main content. Try Prime All Go Search EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart. Lahiri gives a sober assessment of where things stand in RFID these days.

The book is a primer on all aspects of the subject, and can be usefully read by someone new to RFID. He explains the various hardware elements that make up a system.

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From sensors, readers, actuators, and, above all, the contactless by: RFID for Libraries: A practical guide examines what RFID technology is and how it works. The book reviews the development of computer technology and its effects on library operations over the last couple of decades.

Further examination features the applications of RFID technology in libraries. RFID Book Return System Product Features. Enables fast book returning in real time. Easy touch screen technology.

Provides 7 days 24 hours book return service. Interactive animation & multilingual interface. Identifies item ID and title during book return process. Receipt printing and out-of-paper alert.

The book discusses both the technical and the business issues involved in selecting, developing, and implementing an RFID system. The book′s three parts, plus two appendices, give you everything you need to lead an RFID RFID book. RFID Systems 6 A Comparison of Different ID Systems 6 Components of an RFID System 6 2 Differentiation Features of RFID Systems 11 Fundamental Differentiation Features 11 Transponder Construction Formats 13 Disks and Coins 13 Glass Housing 13 Plastic Housing 13 Tool and Gas Bottle Identification The RFID tag is programmed with identification and security information and then affixed to books or library materials.

When used in conjunction with RFID readers, RFID tags can be read at a distance to identify marked items or to detect the tag’s security status. Judging by the follow-up book (The Spychips Threat: Why Christians Should Resist RFID and Electronic Surveillance), the author seems to believe that the expansion of RFID technology is a precursor of the biblical "end of days," and that RFID is essentially the same as the "mark of the beast." On its face, the idea is pretty silly to me/5.

RFID tags, or simply "tags", are small transponders that respond to queries from a reader by wirelessly transmitting a serial number or similar identifier. They are heavily used to track items in productionFile Size: KB.

This book includes a survey of all RFID fundamentals and practices in the first part of the book while the second part focuses on UHF passive technology. This coverage of UHF technology and its components including tags, readers, and antennas is essential to commercial implementation in supply.

Named a Notable Computer Book for Computer Systems Organization by Computing Reviews; The only book to give an understanding of radio communications, the underlying technology for radio frequency identification (RFID) Praised for its readability.

The RFID label contains a microchip and aluminum antenna that works on a frequency of MHz. The RFID label is programmed with identification and security information and then applied to books or library materials. RFID labels can be read remotely to identify items or to detect the security : () RFID Library Management Systems ease the management of libraries and book inventory.

UHF RFID can reduce manpower on efforts of check in/out books, preventing theft and tagging books. UHF RFID can reduce manpower on efforts of check in/out books, preventing theft and tagging books. The RF in RFID, now available from Elsevier-Newnes, focuses on UHF RFID, though a brief history and general introduction to the field is provided.

The book is a greatly-expanded version of the tutorial found elsewhere on this site. The book opens with an introductory chapter describing the general layout and approach of the book. The answer is that there is an RFID chip stuck inside the book's cover. When you place your book on the glass plate, the machine reads the book's details instantly and automatically by sending a radio signal to the chip.

tagging etc. of books, using RFID tags in this library system. A person can locate RFID library books marked with a RFID tags, using the RFID reader which identifies and locates the book.

When the book is carried to the counter, the library staff can either activate or deactivate the electronic article surveillance bit in the book's tag. The book offers a painstakingly rigorous treatment of the engineering and fundamental operating principles behind RFID.

However, this book's timeliness also makes it a likely place for nontechnical people to turn, to learn more about RFID. The closest that this book provides to a "gentle introduction" is chapters 1 through 3 and RFID for Libraries Maka team offer RFID book label which based library RFID tracking system and move beyond security to become tracking systems that combine security with more efficient tracking of material throughout the library, including easier and faster charge and.

Case Studies; Campus-wide RFID System Tracks Books and Assets, Manages Access Control. By Claire Swedberg Saint Louis University, in the Philippines, has deployed a solution from Image Innovations Services using PTS's ClearStream middleware and a variety of fixed and handheld readers.

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RFID book tagging is the initial process of RFID library management system setup. RFID tag is affixed to each book which contains accession number of the book. RFID Reader is used to perform Tagging. Tagging means writing RFID tag EPC code to library management software and writing accession number to the tag memory.

That dream is slowly becoming a reality as libraries adopt the use of tiny Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags for tracking books and audiovisual items.

Tiny RFID tags can store detailed. In order to ascertain the extent of RFID coverage in the logistics literature, a preliminary bibliographic search was conducted using the ISI Web of Knowledge database, considered as a primary source for citation studies (Roth,Meho and Yang, ).Results of the query are illustrated in Fig.

1, which shows the rapid growth of RFID publications from to Cited by: Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is the wireless non-contact use of radio frequency waves to transfer data.

Tagging items with RFID tags allows users to automatically and uniquely identify and track inventory and assets. RFID takes barcode technology to the next level byFile Size: KB. Provides recommendations for implementing RFID in U.S. libraries in a manner that will promote interoperability.

It includes a recommended Data Model and discussions of security, tag migration, the book supply chain, privacy, and : Ala Library. E-book. Jan 3, News Categories. Applications () Asset Management () Automotive (26) Aviation (31) EVI (11) Food/Animal Identification (16) Healthcare (60) By checking this box and clicking "OK", you understand and acknowledge that the RAIN RFID Alliance will use this information to email information to you, including our.

Inthe UHF RFID technology was taken live at the school's six-story Charles Vath Library Building, located on the main campus. Since then, it has taggeditems, including books.

Welcome to the Beginner’s Guide to RFID Systems. This guide is ideal for those new to RFID and who want to learn about what the technology is, how it is used, about the different types, and about the necessary tags and equipment.

The video demonstrates the design and use of a RFID system used for locating books. The main benefit of the system is the ability to locate books.

Our new partnership with BindTech for the introduction of RFID tagging of books for track/trace/ authentication, another ISD supplied solution. For more info.One of the major concerns in relation to the use of RFID chips in passport books, passport cards and other documents is the issue of security.

Some fear that data could be read by others and then used for malevolent purposes. However, the RFID technology embedded in documents does not include any personally identifying information.