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The physical layer of the RFID system
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The CompTIA RFID+ Certification Exam includes only the physical layer of the RFID technology Therefore, only the physical components of the RFID system are discussed in this book
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Many varieties of RFID tags, readers, and antennas are available on the market The RFID system designer selects them according to the requirements of the objects to be tagged, the distance at which the tags are to be read, the business processes during which tags are read, the speed of the tagged objects through the IZ, and the number of tags in the IZ RFID tags come in many different shapes and sizes, operate at different frequencies, use different protocols, obtain power from different sources, can be written to once or several times, and currently cost anywhere from ten cents to several dollars RFID readers are designed to operate at different frequencies, protocols, and power levels RFID antennas also come in different sizes, shapes, frequencies, and with different radiation patterns All of these aspects are discussed in detail in the chapters that follow
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o be widely accepted, any technology requires some sort of standards and regulations that provide guidelines for designing, manufacturing, and using the technology Standards are created by industry consortiums such as EPCglobal or standards-creating organizations such as the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) Standards help provide interoperability among vendors products, increased demand for products, and reduced costs Regulations are created by governmental agencies and help improve safety of the technology and create an orderly development and deployment environment in which several similar technologies can operate simultaneously Two standards developing organizations most instrumental in getting different RFID solutions to work together are EPCglobal and ISO EPCglobal is a not-for-profit industry organization The acronym EPC stands for Electronic Product Code Some of the standards developed by EPCglobal include Gen 2 (or Generation 2) and ALE (Application Level Events) The Gen 2 standard defines
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CHAPTER 1 RFID Basics
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rules for communication between the tag and the reader, while the ALE standard defines rules for data collection and filtering and reader management and monitoring ISO has approved the Gen 2 standard as ISO 18000-6C EPCglobal is currently working on development of the EPCglobal network, which will provide a standardized way to collect, store, and distribute data among various organizations in the supply chain
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Benefits of RFID
ne of the benefits of the RFID system is reduced human intervention RFID helps collect data automatically while business processes are being performed No special actions are necessary to collect data This automation improves data quality, reduces data collection time, captures data in real-time, and reduces costs associated with poor data quality Time and cost savings also occur because boxes need not be opened to scan items to collect data Inventory information can be collected in real-time and items can be tracked in real-time RFID can also be utilized to verify the origin of an item and thus help detect counterfeit items With the reduced cost of collecting data, businesses can afford to collect data at more locations throughout a process This provides finer visibility in the business process, helps fine-tune the business processes, and helps identify inventory losses due to theft and damage You can write data to a tag so the information travels with the item and can be used by downstream business processes You can also uniquely identify each instance of an item and scan multiple items at one time at a high speed, even in harsh environments
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RFID Applications
FID technology can be used in a wide variety of industries that need to track objects, persons, or animals A few of the examples of applications are listed here:
Manufacturing Track work in progress to identify and eliminate bottlenecks, and track finished goods, inventory levels, and locations
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