Introduction to chipless and conventional radio frequency identification system

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The book provides a comprehensive coverage on most recent developments in chipless and conventional RFID. It covers a wide range of topics from component level design, analysis, and development, to system integration, middleware, anti-collision, and security protocols. The chipless RFID will bring revolutionary impacts on low-cost item tagging in this millennium. The RFID based sensors and RF sensors play a vital role in real time condition monitoring of objects. The designs of various chipless RFID tags and printing techniques to achieve a goal toward less than a cent tag are presented. The reading methods of RFID tags of various types, system perspective design, and analyses, detection techniques, sensor nodes for RFID system, security risk and vulnerability of the RFID technology and their remedies, anti-collision protocols, middleware and enterprise software implementation, and innovative applications of RFIDs in various fields are all presented in the book. The book will make a valuable reference in the RFID field, which has been growing exponentially.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationChipless and Conventional Radio Frequency Identification
Subtitle of host publicationSystems for Ubiquitous Tagging
EditorsNemai Chandra Karmakar
Place of PublicationHershey PA USA
PublisherInformation Science Reference
Number of pages8
ISBN (Electronic)9781466616172
ISBN (Print)9781466616165
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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Karmakar, N. C. (2012). Introduction to chipless and conventional radio frequency identification system. In N. C. Karmakar (Ed.), Chipless and Conventional Radio Frequency Identification: Systems for Ubiquitous Tagging (pp. 1-8). Information Science Reference.