RFID: radio-frequency identification. Gaetano Borriello Department of Computer Science & Engineering University of Washington (some material courtesy of C. Diorio – Impinj, Inc.). Basics. Radio-frequency identification Using radio frequency (RF) signals to identify (ID) an object
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Department of Computer Science & EngineeringUniversity of Washington
(some material courtesy of C. Diorio – Impinj, Inc.)
From Scientific American (1/2004)
Cost of tag(logarithmic scale)
Value of tagged asset (logarithmic scale)
TemperatureCheckRFID versus Bar Codes
Source: Deloitte & Touche, stores.org, customer interviews.
Within a few short years, every item in our everyday world will have an electronically accessible number
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