research paper and project rfid 3

Positioning analysis of multiple antennas in a dense RFID reader environment
KS Leong, ML Ng ,Applications and the Internet , 2006 ,
Abstract The study and analysis of RFID antenna positioning is important for supply chain
large-scale deployment. In a dense reader environment, there are multiples of RFID readers
and readers interference reduces the reliability and efficiency of the RFID system. In the 

RFID security: Tradeoffs between security and efficiency
Topics in Cryptology–CT-RSA 2008, 2008 ,Springer
We propose a model and definition for anonymous (group) identification that is well suited
for RFID systems. This is based on the definition of Juels and Weis of strong privacy for RFID
tags, where we add requirements for completeness and soundness. We also propose a ..

A framework for assessing the value of RFID implementation by tier-one suppliers to major retailers
D Veeramani, J Tang ,Journal of Theoretical and Applied , 2008 ,
Abstract Radio frequency identification (RFID) is a rapidly evolving technology for automatic
identification and data capture of products. One of the barriers to the adoption of RFID by
organizations is difficulty in assessing the potential return on investment (ROI). Much of 

An RFID tag using a planar inverted-F antenna capable of being stuck to metallic objects
W Choi, HW Son, JH Bae, GY Choi, CS Pyo ,ETRI journal, 2006 ,
ABSTRACT-This letter presents the design for a lowprofile planar inverted-F antenna (PIFA)
that can be stuck to metallic objects to create a passive radio frequency identification (RFID)
tag in the UHF band. The designed PIFA, which uses a dielectric substrate for the antenna

Enabling next-generation RFID applications: Solutions and challenges
Computer, 2008 ,
Abstract Radio-frequency identification technology provides promising benefits such as
inventory visibility and business process automation. However, if companies are to realize
these benefits, researchers must address major challenges such as data processing, 

Energy-Aware Tag Anticollision Protocols for RFID Systems
V Namboodiri ,Mobile Computing, IEEE Transactions , 2010 ,
Abstract Energy consumption of portable RFID readers is becoming an important issue as
applications of RFID systems pervade many aspects of our lives. Surprisingly, however,
these systems are not energy-aware with the focus till date being on reducing the time to 

Enabling intelligent B-to-B eCommerce supply chain management using RFID and the EPC network: a case study in the retail industry
SF Wamba, LA Lefebvre ,Proceedings of the 8th , 2006 ,
Abstract This article provides some insights into RFID technology and the EPC Network and
investigates their potential for B-to-B eCommerce supply chain management. Based on
empirical data gathered from four tightly interrelated firms from three layers of a supply 

An ultra-small RFID chip: µ-chip
M Usami , System Integrated Circuits 2004. Proceedings of , 2004 ,
Abstract An ultra-small (0.3× 0.3× 0.06 mm) radiofrequency identification chip, called the µ-
chip, has been developed for use in a wide range of individual recognition applications. The
chip is designed to be thin enough to be applied to the paper and paper-like media widely 

Secure symmetric authentication for RFID tags
M Aigner ,Telecommunication and Mobile Computing , 2005 ,
Abstract–The project ART proposes to enhance passive RFID (Radio Frequency
Identification) tags with cryptographically secure authentication. Starting with a short
introduction into common RFID systems with passive tags, we present a motivation why .

A hybrid approach to the valuation of RFID/MEMS technology applied to ordnance inventory
KH Doerr, WR Gates ,International Journal of Production , 2006 ,Elsevier
We report on an analysis of the costs and benefits of fielding Radio Frequency Identification/
MicroElectroMechanical System (RFID/MEMS) technology for the management of ordnance
inventory. A factorial model of these benefits is proposed. Our valuation approach 

Performance analysis of polymer based antenna-coils for RFID
S Cichos, J Haberland ,Polymers and Adhesives in , 2002 ,
Abstract Transponder-labels,-tags or-modules of inductively coupled RFID (Radio
Frequency Identification)-systems commonly consist of a substrate with an appropriate
transponder-chip or transponder-module mounted on top. The antenna coil is structured 

Tree slotted ALOHA: a new protocol for tag identification in RFID networks
MA Bonuccelli, F Lonetti , on on World of Wireless, Mobile , 2006 ,
Abstract In this paper, we approach the problem of identifying a set of objects in an RFID
network. We propose a modified version of Slotted Aloha protocol to reduce the number of
transmission collisions. All tags select a slot to transmit their ID by generating a random ..

Privacy for RFID through trusted computing
D Molnar, A Soppera , of the 2005 ACM workshop on , 2005 ,
Abstract Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology raises significant privacy issues
because it enables tracking of items and people possibly without their knowledge or
consent. One of the biggest challenges for RFID technology is to provide privacy