RFID at ultra and super high frequencies

theory and application by Dominique Paret

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons in Hoboken, NJ

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • Radio frequency identification systems,
  • Radio frequency -- Identification,
  • Wireless communication systems

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementDominique Paret.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTK6553 .P32 2009
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24043886M
ISBN 109780470034149
LC Control Number2009031446

The three most used frequencies for RFID are Low-Frequency (LF), High-Frequency (HF), and Ultra-High Frequency (UHF); but only one of the three, UHF, uses backscatter and, consequently, an electromagnetic field. Extending much further than a magnetic field, an electromagnetic field enables longer read range typically associated with UHF RFID. Theory and application. Author: Dominique Paret; Publisher: John Wiley & Sons ISBN: Category: Technology & Engineering Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» In the past, very little practical information or training has been available for engineers, technicians and students in the area of radio frequency identification (RFID) systems at ultra high frequencies (UHF) and super high. RFID systems involve frequencies ranging from KHz to GHz. Most RFID system works at High Frequency (HF: MHz) and Ultra-High Frequency (UHF: MHz). UHF tags have a higher data rate and read range than HF tags. Before , RFID tags were mostly HF and used for ticketing, payment, and item level identification. Since , the UHFCited by: 3. The Ultra4 Timing System is our mid range solution designed specifically for cycling and multi-sport events which typically use side antennas or as a split timing point for fun runs with antenna mats. With 4 antenna ports the Ultra4 system can be coupled with antenna mats or side antennas and is capable of reading any unlocked Gen2 UHF tag on.

Super High Frequency (SHF) is the RF spectrum between 3 GHz and 30 GHz. SHO - Soft Handoff Soft Handoff (SHO) refers to two base stations -- one in the cell site where the phone is located and the other in the cell site to which the conversation is being passed, but both are held on the call until the handoff is . The new ALR-S ultra high-frequency (UHF) radiofrequency identification (RFID) sled reader is engineered for heavy inventory tasks. Handheld, the device includes RFID in the sled, yet separates it from the operating system, display and communications technology. This allows users to connect the reader to a personal phone or tablet. Author of The I²C bus, Multiplexed networks for embedded systems, Identification radiofréquence et cartes à puce sans contact, FlexRay and its applications, FlexRay and its applications, RFID at ultra and super high frequencies, RFID at ultra and super high frequencies, RFID en ultra et super hautes fréquences UHF-SHFWritten works: Multiplexed Networks For Embedded Systems. RFID AT ULTRA AND SUPER HIGH FREQUENCIES Theory and application Dominique Paret Consultant – Senior Technical Expert, DP-Consulting Translated by: Roderick Riesco, MA, Member of the Institute of Translation and Interpreting, UK RFID AT ULTRA AND SUPER HIGH FREQUENCIES.

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In the past, very little practical information or training has been available for engineers, technicians and students in the area of radio frequency identification (RFID) systems at ultra high frequencies (UHF) and super high frequencies (SHF).

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Author: Dominique Paret. Publisher: John Wiley & Sons ISBN: Category: Technology & Engineering Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» In the past, very little practical information or training has been available for engineers, technicians and students in the area of radio frequency identification (RFID) systems at ultra high frequencies (UHF) and super high.So, to give to the reader a good and complete overview about this complex subject, a significant part of the content of this chapter is issued from the already existing Dominique Paret books: RFID en Ultra et Super Hautes Fréquences UHF-SHF: Théorie et mise en oeuvre, Dunod, /, and the English version RFID at Ultra and Super High.