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Antenna design for UHF RFID tags: A review and a practical application
KVS Rao, PV Nikitin,Antennas and Propagation, 2005
Abstract In this paper, an overview of antenna design for passive radio frequency
identification (RFID) tags is presented. We discuss various requirements of such designs,
outline a generic design process including range measurement techniques and 

An introduction to RFID technology
R Want,Pervasive Computing, IEEE, 2006
Abstract In recent years, radio frequency identification technology has moved from obscurity
into mainstream applications that help speed the handling of manufactured goods and
materials. RFID enables identification from a distance, and unlike earlier bar-code 

Mapping and localization with RFID technology
, and Automation, 2004 2004
Abstract We analyze whether radio frequency identification (RFID) technology can be used
to improve the localization of mobile robots and persons in their environment. In particular
we study the problem of localizing RFID tags with a mobile platform that is equipped with a 

Strong authentication for RFID systems using the AES algorithm
M Feldhofer, S Dominikus,Cryptographic Hardware and 2004,Springer
Radio frequency identification (RFID) is an emerging technology which brings enormous
productivity benefits in applications where objects have to be identified automatically. This
paper presents issues concerning security and privacy of RFID systems which are heavily 

Fully integrated passive UHF RFID transponder IC with 16.7-µW minimum RF input power
U Karthaus,Solid-State Circuits, IEEE Journal of, 2003
Abstract This paper presents a novel fully integrated passive transponder IC with 4.5-or 9.25-
m reading distance at 500-mW ERP or 4-W EIRP base-station transmit power, respectively,
operating in the 868/915-MHz ISM band with an antenna gain less than-0.5 dB. Apart from 

Enabling ubiquitous sensing with RFID
R Want,Computer, 2004
Abstract Radio frequency identification has attracted considerable press attention in recent
years, and for good reasons: RFID not only replaces traditional barcode technology, it also
provides additional features and removes boundaries that limited the use of previous 

Privacy and security in library RFID: Issues, practices, and architectures
D Molnar  Proceedings of the 11th ACM conference on 2004
Abstract We expose privacy issues related to Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) in
libraries, describe current deployments, and suggest novel architectures for library RFID.
Libraries are a fast growing application of RFID; the technology promises to relieve 

Networked RFID systems
PH Cole,Networked RFID Systems and Lightweight 2008,Springer
A combination of Radio Frequency Identification technology and ubiquitous computing are
revolutionising the manner in which we look at simple objects. Radio Frequency
Identification (RFID) allows RFID labeled objects to be identified at a distance without 

RFID: a technical overview and its application to the enterprise
R Weinstein,IT professional, 2005
Abstract Radio frequency identification (RFID) offers tantalizing benefits for supply chain
management, inventory control, and many other applications. Only recently, however, has
the convergence of lower cost and increased capabilities made businesses take a hard 

Efficient object identification with passive RFID tags
H Vogt,Pervasive Computing, 2002,Springer
Radio frequency identification systems with passive tags are powerful tools for object
identification. However, if multiple tags are to be identified simultaneously, messages from
the tags can collide and cancel each other out. Therefore, multiple read cycles have to be 

RFID technologies: supply-chain applications and implementation issues
R Angeles,Information Systems Management, 2005,Taylor & Francis
Abstract RFID technologies hold the promise of closing some of the information gaps in the
supply chain, especially in retailing and logistics. As a mobile technology, RFID can enable
“process freedoms” and real-time visibility into supply chains. This article provides an 

Minimalist cryptography for low-cost RFID tags
Security in Communication Networks, 2005,Springer
A radio-frequency identification (RFID) tag is a small, inexpensive microchip that emits an
identifier in response to a query from a nearby reader. The price of these tags promises to
drop to the range of $0.05 per unit in the next several years, offering a viable and powerful ..

LANDMARC: indoor location sensing using active RFID
Y Liu, YC Lau,Wireless networks, 2004,Springer
Growing convergence among mobile computing devices and embedded technology sparks
the development and deployment of “context-aware” applications, where location is the most
essential context. In this paper we present LANDMARC, a location sensing prototype 

RFID security and privacy: A research survey
Selected Areas in Communications, IEEE Journal on, 2006
Abstract This paper surveys recent technical research on the problems of privacy and
security for radio frequency identification (RFID). RFID tags are small, wireless devices that
help identify objects and people. Thanks to dropping cost, they are likely to proliferate into 

The blocker tag: Selective blocking of RFID tags for consumer privacy
,Proceedings of the 10th ACM conference 2003
Abstract We propose the use of” selective blocking” by” blocker tags” as a way of protecting
consumers from unwanted scanning of RFID tags attached to items they may be carrying or
wearing. While an ordinary RFID tag is a simple, cheap (eg five-cent) passive device