RFID Design Principles
RFID (radio-frequency identification) is a communication system technology and one of the growing segments of automatic identification data collection industry. This book serves as a comprehensive introduction to RFID, offering an understanding of design essentials and applications, and providing a thorough overview of management issues.
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Automatic Identification Systems
RFID Standards Development Challenges
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