RFID Handbook: Applications, Technology, Security, and Privacy

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2008-03-18
  • Publisher: CRC Press

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Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tagging is now used by the department of defense and many of the world's largest retailers including Wal-Mart. As RFID continues to infiltrate industries worldwide, organizations must harness a clear understanding of this technology in order to maximize its potential and protect against the potential risks it poses. The RFID Handbookprovides an overview of RFID technology, its associated security and privacy risks, and recommended practices that will enable organizations to realize productivity improvements while also protecting sensitive information and the privacy of individuals. Expert contributors present a host of applications including RFID enabled automated receiving, triage with RFID for massive incidents, RFID and NFC in relation to mobile phones, and RFID technologies for communication robots and a privacy preserving video surveillance system. The unprecedented coverage also includes detailed descriptions of adaptive splittingprotocols as well as tree-based and probabilistic anti-collision protocols.                                                                                                                                          Drawing on its distinguished editors and world-renowned contributors, this one-of-a-kind handbook serves as the ultimate reference on RFID, from basic research concepts to future applications.

Table of Contents

Prefacep. ix
Editorsp. xv
Contributorsp. xvii
Physics and Geometry of RFIDp. 3
EPCglobal Networkp. 17
Design Automation for RFID Tags and Systemsp. 35
Far-Field Tag Antenna Design Methodologyp. 65
Contemporary RFID Reader Architecturep. 93
Progress in RFID Educationp. 109
RFID Reader Synchronizationp. 125
Adaptive Tag Anticollision Protocols for RFID Passive Tagsp. 139
Comparative Performance Analysis of Anticollision Protocols in RFID Networksp. 161
Maximizing Read Accuracy by Optimally Locating RFID Interrogatorsp. 181
Minimum Energy/Power Considerationsp. 199
Electomagnetic Coupling in RFIDp. 231
RFID Tags for Metallic Object Identificationp. 249
WISP: A Passively Powered UHF RFID Tag with Sensing and Computationp. 261
From Automatic Identification and Data Capture to "Smart Business Process": Preparing for a Pilot Integrating RFIDp. 279
Technological Requirements and Derived Benefits from RFID Enabled Receiving in a Supply Chainp. 295
A Prototype on RFID and Sensor Networks for Elder Health Carep. 311
Triage with RFID Tags for Massive Incidentsp. 329
RFID Tagging and the Design of "Place"p. 351
Photosensing Wireless Tags for Precise Location and Geometry Queriesp. 369
RFID and NFC on Mobile Phonesp. 375
Applying RFID Techniques for the Next-Generation Automotive Servicesp. 391
Application of RFID Technologies for Communication Robotsp. 417
Browsing the World with RFID Tags: Design and Implementation of an RFID-Based Distributed Environmental Memoryp. 435
RFID-Enabled Privacy-Preserving Video Surveillance: A Case Studyp. 455
Security and Privacy
Is RFID Technology Secure and Private?p. 469
Privacy and Personal Information Protection in RFID Systemsp. 485
Multilateral Approaches for Reliable Mobile RFID Service Systemsp. 499
ONS Securityp. 523
Practical Steps for Securing RFID Systemsp. 533
Lightweight Cryptography for Low Cost RFID: A New Direction in Cryptographyp. 573
Low Overhead RFID Securityp. 589
Layers of Security for Active RFID Tagsp. 603
Cryptographic Approaches to RFID Security and Privacyp. 631
RFID Authentication: Reconciling Anonymity and Availabilityp. 643
Security and Privacy of RFID for Biomedical Applications: A Surveyp. 657
Indexp. 675
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