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This standard defines EPC tag data formats for Generation 2 tags It defines how the EPC is encoded on the tag and how it is encoded for use in the information systems layers of the EPC Systems Network The standard includes specific encoding schemes for EPC General Identifier (GID) It also defines encoding of six other numbering systems used in global trade:
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The 64-bit EPC is currently approaching its sunset in favor of 96-bit EPC The EPC tag encodings include a header field followed by one or more value fields The header field defines the overall length and format of the value fields The value fields contain a unique EPC identifier and optional filter value The EPC uniform resource identifier (URI) encodings provide the means for applications software to process EPC The encoding schemes are independent of the tag types used This standard defines four different categories of URI:
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URIs for pure identities, sometimes called canonical forms These contain only the unique information that identifies a specific physical object and are independent of tag encodings URIs that represent specific tag encodings These are used in software applications where the encoding scheme is relevant, as when commanding software to write a tag
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Format of EPC GID-96 Header General Manager Number
28 bits 268,435,455
TABLE 101
Object Class Number
24 bits 16,777,215
Serial Number
36 bits 68,719,476,736 ~68 billion
GID-96 Decimal capacity
8 bits 0011 0101 (actual value)
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URIs that represent patterns or sets of EPCs instructing software how to filter tag data URIs that represent raw tag information only for error-reporting purposes
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The older standard defining the tag data formats for Generation 1 tags is the EPC Generation 1 Tag Data Standards Version 11 Rev127 (May 2005)
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You will not be asked about the URIs, but they are good to know in your RFID endeavors This concludes the discussion of important RFID standards Many more standards are used in design, manufacturing, deployment, and maintenance of RFID systems More detailed information regarding all the standards is available from the Web sites of the ISO and EPCglobal or from published documents
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F signals (waves) travel almost forever and pass through many solid materials (though their strength does get reduced due to path loss and absorption) Therefore, they cannot be easily contained within a desired space, nor can we ignore the effects of radio signals transmitted by devices located in a long distance, even thousands of feet, away These devices may be inside other buildings and may not be visible, but they can interfere with your RF system, and your system can interfere with them These types of interferences affect the performance of an RF system They may, depending on their relative strength, reduce the read range of your system or render the system inoperable Since RF signals do not obey the normal property boundaries created by humans, they create an environment like the Wild West of older, where bullets shot by good or bad guys fly forever, passing through some walls and ricocheting off others Anybody in the path of these bullets can be injured To prevent this type of chaos with RF signals, a system of laws and sheriffs is needed to make sure that nobody gets hurt In the RFID arena, various governmental agencies called regulatory authorities provide this system
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