Rfid implementation / by Dennnis E. Brown

By: Brown, Dennis EMaterial type: TextTextPublisher: New York : McGraw Hill, 2007cDescription: xiii, 466 p. : ill. ; 25 cmISBN: 9780072263244 (pbk); 0072263245 (pbk)Subject(s): Radio frequency identification systemsDDC classification: 658.787
Contents:
Chapter 1 RFID Physics, Standards, and Regulations 3 -- 1.1 RFID Physics 4 -- 1.2 Deciding on Your Frequency 15 -- 1.3 RFID Standards Bodies and Organizations 18 -- 1.4 United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) 27 -- 1.5 Singapore 28 -- 1.6 European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) 28 -- 1.7 Japan 29 -- 1.8 China 29 -- Chapter 2 The EPCglobal Network 31 -- 2.1 Electronic Product Code (EPC) 33 -- 2.2 EPC Encoding Schemes 37 -- 2.3 EPC Gen-2 Identification System 49 -- 2.4 EPC Middleware 53 -- 2.5 EPCglobal Network Information Services Functionality 56 -- Chapter 3 Components of an RFID System 61 -- 3.1 Data 63 -- 3.2 Tags 64 -- 3.3 Antennas 81 -- 3.4 Connectors 91 -- 3.5 Cables 92 -- 3.6 Readers 92 -- 3.7 Encoder/Printers for Smart Labels 103 -- 3.8 Controllers 106 -- 3.9 Software 107 -- Chapter 4 Bar Codes and RFID Tags 115 -- 4.1 Bar Codes Introduced 116 -- 4.2 Bar Code Symbologies 119 -- 4.3 Bar Code Advantages 125 -- 4.4 RFID Advantages over Bar Codes 128 -- Part 2 Applications 133 -- Chapter 5 RFID Applications 135 -- 5.1 Signature Applications 136 -- 5.2 RFID Application Types 149 -- 5.3 The Question of Return on Investment 170 -- Chapter 6 RFID at the United States Department of Defense 173 -- 6.1 World War II Logistics 175 -- 6.2 Desert Storm Logistics 175 -- 6.3 Between the Wars 177 -- 6.4 Logistics in Afghanistan: Enduring Freedom (2001) 178 -- 6.5 Logistics in Iraq I: Iraqi Freedom 178 -- 6.6 The DoD RFID Mandate 181 -- 6.7 The Challenge 186 -- Chapter 7 The Pharmaceutical Industry 187 -- 7.1 The Role of the U.S. Federal Drug Administration 188 -- 7.2 Regulatory Pressure by States 191 -- 7.3 Drug Counterfeiting 192 -- 7.4 Product Returns 192 -- 7.5 Inventory Management 192 -- 7.6 Patient Safety and Quality Control 192 -- 7.7 Product Recalls 193 -- Chapter 8 RFID in the Supply Chain 195 -- 8.1 The Retailer in the Supply Chain 197 -- 8.2 Supply Chain Management (SCM) 207 -- 8.3 The Adaptive Network 219 -- Part 3 Your Project 223 -- Chapter 9 Business Justification for RFID 225 -- 9.1 Enumerate Potential Applications 228 -- 9.2 Build Business Cases 228 -- 9.3 Determine Priorities 245 -- 9.4 Create Milestones 246 -- 9.5 The Controversy Around ROI for RFID 247 -- Chapter 10 Plan Your Project 253 -- 10.1 Phase 1: Preliminary Planning 257 -- 10.2 Phase 2: Step 1, Plan the Pilot 267 -- 10.3 Phase 2: Step 2, Execute the Pilot 291 -- 10.4 Phase 3: Step 1, Plan Your Technical Integration 296 -- 10.5 Phase 3: Step 2, Execute Technical Integration 302 -- 10.6 Phase 4: Step 1, Plan Your Rollout 306 -- 10.7 Phase 4: Step 2, Execute the Rollout 314 -- 10.8 Review and Evaluate the Project 316 -- 10.9 Implementation Notes 316 -- Chapter 11 Tag-and-Ship 323 -- 11.1 Tag-and-Ship Is Controversial 324 -- 11.2 Methods of Tag-and-Ship 325 -- 11.3 Steps to Tag-and-Ship 326 -- 11.4 Slap-and-Ship with Smart Labels 329 -- 11.5 Tag-and-Ship with RFID Tags 330 -- 11.6 Training and Onsite Documentation 331 -- 11.7 Moving Beyond Tag-and-Ship 335 -- Chapter 12 Engineering Tag Performance 337 -- 12.1 Your Test Department 338 -- 12.2 Site Analysis 347 -- 12.3 Test Facilities 355 -- 12.4 The Testing Protocols 357 -- Chapter 13 Data Integrity and Data Synchronization 377 -- 13.1 Data Quality Assessment 380 -- 13.2 Data Management 385 -- 13.3 Global Data Synchronization 389 -- Chapter 14 Privacy 397 -- 14.1 Privacy in Various Countries 399 -- 14.2 Parsing the Problem 404 -- 14.3 The Solution 407 -- 14.4 EPC Privacy Guidelines 408 -- 14.5 Fair Information Practices and the RFID Bill of Rights 410 -- 14.6 The Role of the Implementer 411 -- Appendix A Typical Application Profiles 417.
Summary: Provides information on how to initiate, install, and manage an RFID rollout.
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Index included

Chapter 1 RFID Physics, Standards, and Regulations 3 -- 1.1 RFID Physics 4 -- 1.2 Deciding on Your Frequency 15 -- 1.3 RFID Standards Bodies and Organizations 18 -- 1.4 United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) 27 -- 1.5 Singapore 28 -- 1.6 European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) 28 -- 1.7 Japan 29 -- 1.8 China 29 -- Chapter 2 The EPCglobal Network 31 -- 2.1 Electronic Product Code (EPC) 33 -- 2.2 EPC Encoding Schemes 37 -- 2.3 EPC Gen-2 Identification System 49 -- 2.4 EPC Middleware 53 -- 2.5 EPCglobal Network Information Services Functionality 56 -- Chapter 3 Components of an RFID System 61 -- 3.1 Data 63 -- 3.2 Tags 64 -- 3.3 Antennas 81 -- 3.4 Connectors 91 -- 3.5 Cables 92 -- 3.6 Readers 92 -- 3.7 Encoder/Printers for Smart Labels 103 -- 3.8 Controllers 106 -- 3.9 Software 107 -- Chapter 4 Bar Codes and RFID Tags 115 -- 4.1 Bar Codes Introduced 116 -- 4.2 Bar Code Symbologies 119 -- 4.3 Bar Code Advantages 125 -- 4.4 RFID Advantages over Bar Codes 128 -- Part 2 Applications 133 -- Chapter 5 RFID Applications 135 -- 5.1 Signature Applications 136 -- 5.2 RFID Application Types 149 -- 5.3 The Question of Return on Investment 170 -- Chapter 6 RFID at the United States Department of Defense 173 -- 6.1 World War II Logistics 175 -- 6.2 Desert Storm Logistics 175 -- 6.3 Between the Wars 177 -- 6.4 Logistics in Afghanistan: Enduring Freedom (2001) 178 -- 6.5 Logistics in Iraq I: Iraqi Freedom 178 -- 6.6 The DoD RFID Mandate 181 -- 6.7 The Challenge 186 -- Chapter 7 The Pharmaceutical Industry 187 -- 7.1 The Role of the U.S. Federal Drug Administration 188 -- 7.2 Regulatory Pressure by States 191 -- 7.3 Drug Counterfeiting 192 -- 7.4 Product Returns 192 -- 7.5 Inventory Management 192 -- 7.6 Patient Safety and Quality Control 192 -- 7.7 Product Recalls 193 -- Chapter 8 RFID in the Supply Chain 195 -- 8.1 The Retailer in the Supply Chain 197 -- 8.2 Supply Chain Management (SCM) 207 -- 8.3 The Adaptive Network 219 -- Part 3 Your Project 223 -- Chapter 9 Business Justification for RFID 225 -- 9.1 Enumerate Potential Applications 228 -- 9.2 Build Business Cases 228 -- 9.3 Determine Priorities 245 -- 9.4 Create Milestones 246 -- 9.5 The Controversy Around ROI for RFID 247 -- Chapter 10 Plan Your Project 253 -- 10.1 Phase 1: Preliminary Planning 257 -- 10.2 Phase 2: Step 1, Plan the Pilot 267 -- 10.3 Phase 2: Step 2, Execute the Pilot 291 -- 10.4 Phase 3: Step 1, Plan Your Technical Integration 296 -- 10.5 Phase 3: Step 2, Execute Technical Integration 302 -- 10.6 Phase 4: Step 1, Plan Your Rollout 306 -- 10.7 Phase 4: Step 2, Execute the Rollout 314 -- 10.8 Review and Evaluate the Project 316 -- 10.9 Implementation Notes 316 -- Chapter 11 Tag-and-Ship 323 -- 11.1 Tag-and-Ship Is Controversial 324 -- 11.2 Methods of Tag-and-Ship 325 -- 11.3 Steps to Tag-and-Ship 326 -- 11.4 Slap-and-Ship with Smart Labels 329 -- 11.5 Tag-and-Ship with RFID Tags 330 -- 11.6 Training and Onsite Documentation 331 -- 11.7 Moving Beyond Tag-and-Ship 335 -- Chapter 12 Engineering Tag Performance 337 -- 12.1 Your Test Department 338 -- 12.2 Site Analysis 347 -- 12.3 Test Facilities 355 -- 12.4 The Testing Protocols 357 -- Chapter 13 Data Integrity and Data Synchronization 377 -- 13.1 Data Quality Assessment 380 -- 13.2 Data Management 385 -- 13.3 Global Data Synchronization 389 -- Chapter 14 Privacy 397 -- 14.1 Privacy in Various Countries 399 -- 14.2 Parsing the Problem 404 -- 14.3 The Solution 407 -- 14.4 EPC Privacy Guidelines 408 -- 14.5 Fair Information Practices and the RFID Bill of Rights 410 -- 14.6 The Role of the Implementer 411 -- Appendix A Typical Application Profiles 417.

Provides information on how to initiate, install, and manage an RFID rollout.

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