|Series||McGraw-Hill networking professional|
|LC Classifications||TK6553 .S485 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 256 p. :|
|Number of Pages||256|
|LC Control Number||2004055983|
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. 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 effort. 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 .