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Four categories of standards are typically used in RFID systems:
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Define how various hardware and software should be designed These standards provide the details of communications between the interrogator and tags, the modulation of analog signals, coding schemes for digital data, and the interrogator commands and tag responses Define the interrogator interface with the host Define the data syntax, structure, and content Define the meaning of bit streams read from the RFID tags and provide guidelines on how the data shall be presented to applications
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Specify the commands that are supported for transferring data between the application and the tag Provide details of data identifier, application identifier, and data syntax Conformance standards methods for the conformance of devices Define testinterrogators) determiningstandard (tags and to a specific Application standards for a particular Define how the technology is implemented freight container application For example, standards for the
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Following are some examples of standards used in RFID systems: Technology standards ISO 18000 Defines air interface standards between interrogator and tags at various frequencies
EPC Gen 2 Defines air interface standards at 860 960 MHz frequency Data content standards
ISO/IEC 15424 Data Carrier/Symbology Identifiers ISO/IEC 15418 Application Identifiers & Data Identifiers ISO/IEC 15434 Syntax for High Capacity ADC Media ISO/IEC 15459 Transport License Plate ISO/IEC 24721 Unique Identification ISO/IEC 15961 Data Protocol: Application Interface ISO/IEC 15962 Data Protocol: Data Encoding Rules and Logical Memory Functions ISO/IEC 15963 Unique ID of RF Tag EPC Tag Data Standards Version 13 Conformance standards ISO/IEC 18046 RFID device performance test methods ISO/IEC 18047 RFID device conformance test methods Part 2: 125 150 MHz Part 3: 1356 MHz Part 4: 2450 MHz Part 6: 860 960 MHz Part 7: 43392 MHz (active)
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ISO 10374
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ISO 18185 Freight Containers: Radio-Frequency Communication Protocol for Electronic Seal ISO 11784 Structure ISO 11785 Concept Radio-Frequency Identification of Animals: Code Radio-Frequency Identification of Animals: Technical
ISO 14223-1 Radio-Frequency Identification of Animals: Advanced Transponders Part 1: Air Interface ISO 21007-1 Gas Cylinders: Identification and Marking Using Radio Frequency Identification Technology Part 1: Reference Architecture and Terminology ISO 21007-2 Gas Cylinders: Identification and Marking Using Radio Frequency Identification Technology Part 2: Numbering Schemes for Radio Frequency ANSI MH1084 RFID for Returnable Containers AIAG B-11 Tire & Wheel Identification Standard ISO 122/104 JWG Supply Chain Applications of RFID
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This section covers some of the important standards that are part of the CompTIA RFID+ Certification Exam
ISO/IEC 18000
The ISO/IEC 18000 series of standards has seven parts and deals only with the air interface protocol These standards are not concerned with data content or the physical implementation of the tags and interrogators The standards define use of five frequency bands for communication between interrogator and tags Five different frequency bands are used because RF waves of different frequencies are reflected, refracted, and absorbed differently by different materials; a tag antenna type and size varies with frequency; and maximum read range varies with frequency and legacy frequency allocations
Exam Tip
Remember the frequencies related to different parts of ISO/IEC 18000
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ISO/IEC 18000-1 This is Part 1 of the 18000 series standards It provides a framework for defining common communications protocols for globally useable frequencies for RFID It also establishes generic parameters that could be determined in any standardized air interface definition in the ISO 18000 series The specific values for air interface definition parameters related to any frequency are provided by the subsequent parts dealing with that frequency This standard establishes a common system management and control and information exchange framework that can be used at various frequencies ISO/IEC 18000-2 Part 2 specifies parameters for air interface communications between the interrogator and the tag below 135 kHz frequency This part defines protocol, commands, and methods for detecting and communicating with one tag among several tags (anti-collision), but the implementation of anti-collision is optional Two types of tags, Type-A and Type-B, are defined in this standard They differ at the physical layer but support the same anti-collision and protocol Type-A tags operate in full duplex (FDX) mode at 125 kHz frequency They use the same channel for two-way transmission between tag and interrogator FDX tags are permanently powered by the interrogator, including during the tag-to-interrogator transmission Type-B tags operate in half duplex (HDX) mode at 1342 kHz frequency They use two different one-way channels for interrogator to tag and tag to interrogator transmission HDX tags are powered by the interrogator, except during the tag-to-interrogator transmission To claim compliance with this standard, a tag must be of either Type-A or Type-B In addition, an interrogator must support both Types A and B tags Depending on the application, an interrogator may be configured as Type-A only, Type-B only, or as Type-A and Type-B When configured in Type-A and Type-B, and when in the inventory phase, the interrogator shall alternate between Type-A and Type-B interrogation ISO/IEC 18000-3 This standard provides parameters for air interface communications at the 1356 MHz frequency It defines the physical layer, collision management system, and protocol values for RFID systems for item identification operating at 1356 MHz frequency in accordance with the requirements of ISO 18000-1 This standard has two non-interfering, non-interoperable modes of operation, intended to address different applications Both of the modes require a license from the owner of the intellectual property, which shall be available on terms in accordance with ISO policy The interrogator must support either Mode-1 or Mode-2, or it could optionally support both
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