A wealth of information about radio frequency identification (RFID) is available at this site, ranging from background material to case studies. The...
Transponder News offers several articles that explore the technology of radio frequency identification (RFID) in greater detail. Topics include choosing the...
While RFID technology can be very useful, the fact that information about items is collected remotely raises concerns about privacy and security. This issue is...
This article from the May 23, 2003 of EETimes by Junko Yoshida describes wristbands embedded with an RFID chip. The technology "allows doctors to add, change...
For additional updates on the development of RFID technology, RFID News maintains current news about emerging standards (including the controversial ISO...
This paper presented at the 2002 European Wireless Conference compares the performance of RFID systems that use ultra-high frequency (UHF) communications to...
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