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An Introduction to RFID Technology and the RFID Market 1. An Introduction to RFID 2. The RFID Era 3.

How Is an RFID Tag Different From a Bar Code? 4. RFID for Personal Productivity 5. RFID for Business Productivity 6. Application Types and Examples 7. Traditional RFID Market Segments a. Automotive Industry b. Retail c. Medical d. Emerging Applications for RFID in Fleet Management e. Other Segments 8. Usage Models 9. Market Drivers: Where Is the Bang for the Buck? Industry Initiatives 1. Wal-Mart RFID System Requirements 2. Advanced Shipping Notice Integration 3. Other Retail Industry RFID Initiatives 4. Global Retail Initiatives 5. RFID Opportunities RFID Architecture 1. Key Building Blocks and Functionalities 2. Faraday's Magnetic Field Induction Experiment 3. What Constitutes an RFID System? 4. RFID System Components 5. Systemic Quality Considerations 6. Architecture and System Guidelines 7. System Management Tags 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Tag Types (Active and Passive Tags) Data Carrying Options Tag Construction Tag Frequencies Passive Tag Communication dEPC Tag Classes Tag Singulation Process Tag Selection and Placement

Physical Considerations 1. Tag Programmability 2. Power Source 3. Air Interface 4. RF Effects of Common Materials 5. Information Storage and Processing Capacity 6. Tag Standards What Is an RFID Protocol? 1. Tag Protocols 2. Protocol Terms and Concepts 3. How Tags Store Data 4. Technology Options and Possibilities 5. Semiconductor Tags and Nanometer Technologies 6. Singulation and Anti -Collision Procedures

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Tag Features for Security and Privacy Semiconductor Tag Market Codes to Smart Labels Label Certification Encoding, Printing, and Validating Smart Labels Readers and Printers Building Blocks of an RFID Reader Logical Components of an RFID Reader Building Blocks of RFID Printers Types of Readers Trends and Possibilities

Layout for Readers and Antennas 1. Transformers 2. Basic Radio Communication 3. What Is Resonance? 4. Digital Modulation 5. Near Field and Far Field 6. UHF Readers 7. Possible UHF Reader and RF Processor 8. Antennas 9. Magnetic and Electric Fields Around Antennas 10. Configuring Readers Reader Protocols 1. Parts of a Reader Protocol 2. Possible Reader Software Stack 3. Reader Implementation Challenges 4. Vendor Protocols 5. EPCglobal Protocol Overview 6. Simple Lightweight RFID Reader Protocol 7. Future Protocols What Is Middleware? 1. Need for Middleware 2. Functions of Middleware 3. RFID Middleware 4. Logical Architecture 5. Application-Level Events Specifications 6. RFID Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) 7. RFID Independent Hardware Vendors (IHVs) RFID Information Service 1. RFID Data 2. Dealing with Data 3. Key Data Concepts 4. ISO and EPCglobal 5. The EPCglobal Network 6. The Object-Naming Service 7. Electronic Product Code Information Services (EPCIS) Smart Start to RFID 1. Development Environment 2. Choose Smart Partners 3. Piloting Smart Labels and Label Placement 4. System Integration


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RFID Standardization and Manageability 1. RFID Standardization 2. RFID Edge-Development Options 3. Capabilities Needed for Edge Management 4. Standards and Technologies 5. Some Common Terms Privacy and Security 1. Privacy and Security Issues 2. RFID Privacy 3. RFID Security