Radio Frequency Identification

Brief Description of RFID

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Radio Frequency Identification by Mind Map: Radio Frequency Identification

1. Applications

1.1. Prescription Drugs

1.2. Supermarkets

1.3. Parking Meters

1.4. Gas Stations

1.5. Restaurants

2. Future

2.1. Products

2.2. Partner

2.3. Audiences

2.4. Authority

3. Features

3.1. One or More Tags (semiconductor chip and antenna mounted onto insert) are included per tag

3.2. One or More read/write devices (known as readers)

3.3. Two or more antennas (one on tag, one on each reader

3.4. Application Software and a host computer systtem

4. Cons

4.1. Features

4.2. Benefits

4.3. Uniqueness

4.4. So What?

5. What is RFID?

5.1. Type of Data Collection

5.2. Requires No Line of Sight

5.3. Wirelessly exchanges information between anda tagged object and reader/writer

5.4. Radio Waves transfer between the RFID tag and reader

5.5. 3 Types of Tags: Passive which receive power by the reader, Active which have a battery to power the transmissions, Battery-assisted that powers chip electronics, but does not transmit RF energy

6. Pros

6.1. Content

6.2. Personality

6.3. Positioning