Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tagging is now mandated by the department of defense and many of the worldas largest retailers including Wal-Mart. In order to stay competitive, more than 200, 000 manufacturers and suppliers must develop strategies for integrating RFID technologies into their supply chains. RFID in Logistics: A Practical Introduction provides businesses and other relevant concerns with an authoritative step-by-step guide to the implementation and diverse applications of this revolutionary communications technology. Survey RFID applications in entertainment, credit devices, wireless communications, healthcare, and libraries Learn about both active and passive system components testing models Examine best practices for integrating RFID technology into the supply chain Combining techniques from computer, electrical, and industrial engineering, RFID in Logistics: A Practical Introduction supplies the basic instruction needed to develop and implement RFID technology.Problems with Reads The vast majority of vehicles do not have dif- ficulty in being read by existing RFID antenna systems ... Catera, 1999a2001 - Chevrolet, Lumina and Venture, prior to 2002 - Ford, Crown Victoria, 1987a1994, Taurus prior toanbsp;...
|Title||:||RFID in Logistics|
|Author||:||Erick C. Jones, Christopher A. Chung|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2007-12-03|