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RFID_broad Band Antenna | Radio Frequency Identification ...

Fig. 5. RFID middleware components

 

 

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Many concerns have been expressed over the security and  privacy of RFID systems. Traditional applications, like largeasset tracking, were typically closed systems where tags did not contain sensitive information. However, as more consumer applications are developed, security, and especially  privacy, will become important issues. Much work has...

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A Simple Uhf Rfid Circularly-Polarized Reader Antenna Design

In this paper, the simple antenna is proposed for ultra high- frequency (UHF) radio frequency identification (RFID) application. It is designed to achieve circular polarization with unidirectional beam. The antenna is composed of the truncated radiation patch and ground plane. The simulation results show that the antenna achieves the return loss of -31.92 dB, gain of 8 dBic, axial ratio (AR) of...

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Applications of Rfid and a Software Framework For | Radio ...

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innovation management [19], supply chain management and warehousing [20-21]. With the help of a wellorganized inventory system RFID systems can help in preventing theft, shop lifting, error and fraud losses, whichamounts to nearly $31 billion USD in US [22]. The transformation of retail industry has been witnessed as"Retailing in the 21

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century will no...

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Lightweight Mutual Authentication Protocol for Low Cost ...

International Journal of Network Security & Its Applications (IJNSA), Volume 2, Number 2, April 2010

Reader or Interrogator: sends and receives RF data to and from the tag via antennas. A reader may have multipleantennas that are responsible for sending and receiving radio waves.

Figure 1. A variety of RFID Tags Figure 2. Examples of a Reader with Associated Electronics

Host Computer (backend...

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