> search for

Featured Documents related to »  rf reader

A How-to Guide for a Radio Frequency Identification Site Survey
As organizations prepare for a radio frequency identification (RFID) implementation, they often don't understand the preliminary work necessary to begin the

rf reader  will transmit the generated RF field. A circularly polarized, ultra high frequency (UHF) antenna—an antenna used by any UHF reader that is attached to a spectrum analyzer to measure the RF field received from the signal generator. A ¼ wave dipole, 915 MHz–antenna and a ground plane plate—an antenna that will radiate an RF field of 360 degrees. Two tripod stands—one stand to mount the antenna, the other to support the UHF antenna outside the interrogation zone. A laptop computer. Procedure Step 1 Read More
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)
Radio frequency identification (RFID) criteria cover tags and storage devices, readers, wireless hubs and servers, and the middleware necessary for evaluating an RFID system deployment. RFID sys...
Start evaluating software now


 Security code
Already have a TEC account? Sign in here.
Don't have a TEC account? Register here.

Documents related to » rf reader

RFID Case Study: Gillette and Provia Part Two: Challenges and Lessons Learned
Compliance with the market RFID mandate has unfortunately preceded the achievements of applied physics and computer science. One of the main obstacles is the

rf reader  an alert via an RF terminal to an operator that should then investigate. The above examples show only a part of the required verifications and additional business logic that RFID deployment may demand. While an additional software layer might help with verifying and reconciling inconsistencies and overflowing or missing data, it is apparent that RFID imposes quite a more complex data manipulation. This is Part Two of a two-part Case Study. Part One provided Background and Set the Goals. Auxiliary Challeng Read More
RFID Architecture Strategy
Early adopters of radio frequency identification (RFID) are beginning to look at enterprise scale solution design and integration are emerging as key focus

rf reader  Wireless Local Area Networking, RF planning for the Reader Network requires an understanding of the physics of RFID, interference issues, anticollision issues and vendor product strategies for overcoming them. Building in-house competencies to plan, monitor and manage the Reader Network from a RF Performance standpoint is an area where most early adopters are under-prepared. The Case for RFID Architecture Strategy   The need for a RFID Architecture Strategy RFID is clearly a disruptive technology. But to Read More
At Last-A Complete (and Successful) RFID Implementation
A radio frequency identification implementation is a major undertaking for any organization—a project with ample risk of failure. This entire series is a step

rf reader  : Radio frequency identification. RF : Radio frequency. SA : Spectrum analysis ; refers to a range of values of a quantity or of a set of related quantities. Measurements of radio waves and the frequency emitted. Signal generator : A device that produces RF signals at preset frequencies, strengths, and durations. This will be hooked up to a ¼ wave dipole antenna via a coaxial cable; it will transmit the generated RF field. Smart label : This is a label that contains an RFID tag. It is considered “smart Read More
Cost-justifying Warehouse Management Technologies in Small and Midsized Warehouses
The warehouse management system (WMS) concept has matured into a collection of time-tested technologies that reduce inventory costs and increase overall

rf reader  Frequency | Radio Frequency RF | Radio Frequency Allocation | Radio Frequency Antenna | Radio Frequency Authorization | Radio Frequency Bands | Radio Frequency Channels | Radio Frequency Chart | Radio Frequency Charts | Radio Frequency Communications | Radio Frequency Data | Radio Frequency Identification | Radio Frequency Interface | Radio Frequency Interferance | Radio Frequency Interference | Radio Frequency Listings | Radio Frequency Management | Radio Frequency Module | Radio Frequency Monitoring | R Read More
Network Monitoring and Troubleshooting for Dummies
InNetwork Monitoring and Troubleshooting for Dummies, you'llget the straight facts on common network performance managementissues and how to go abo...

rf reader  facts on common network performance management issues—and how to go about solving them. In the reader-friendly, straight-ahead style the Dummies series is famous for, you'll learn about network visibility, monitoring, and analysis how to respond to network performance problems Special Offer Files 2012 Read More
Radio Frequency Identification Implementation: The First Steps
Phase one of the four phase approach to a successful radio frequency identification implementation consists of several essential steps, including the careful

rf reader  their contents diffuse the RF signal, causing failed read rates. Such materials as liquids tend to absorb radio waves, while metals tend to deflect and diffract radio waves. Items like water and soup are particularly troublesome, as the liquid and the medium used for its packaging require extensive testing. Items with limited space for label placement require extensive experimentation to find which configuration works best. That is, small products may not have the physical room to accommodate a tag, and Read More
What Makes a Good White Paper Good... (part three)
Here is the third point in a series that looks at the key features to consider when writing an IT white paper... so that you not only get your reader's interest

rf reader  Makes a Good White Paper Good... (part three) Here is the third point in a series that looks at the key features to consider when writing an IT white paper... so that you not only get your reader's interest, but keep it. Are you part of the problem or part of the solution? Identifying a problem isn’t enough, no matter how much affinity is established with the reader (see previous post and Michael Stelzner's site ). The proposed solution must be both practical and clearly stated. If the solution Read More
Responding to Warehouse Management Needs
The area of warehouse management systems and supply chain execution might be the best examples of Adonix' commitment to provide small and large businesses with

rf reader  Collection module s provide RF directed support for primary warehouse activities including receiving, put-away, palletized order picking, pick planning, and shipping. The Adonix X3 Inventory module provides core location and stock management functionality as an integrated component within Adonix X3. It can work either as a paper-based solution or with ADC support for most inventory transactions. This is Part Three of a four-part note. Part One detailed the company and its products. Part Two discussed Read More
What Makes a Good IT White Paper Good… and a Bad IT White Paper Very, Very Bad…
A white paper is a document or “brief” (and yes, perhaps unfortunately, I mean “brief” in the sense of something that informs rather than something that is

rf reader  says: white papers are “powerful marketing tools” (or, in a more hyperbolic moment on his blog, “atomic marketing weapons”). In spite of this underlying purpose, it is generally understood that a white paper—or at least a good one—shouldn’t be overtly “salesy.” Or, in other words, a white paper is not supposed to be an infomercial in silent portable document format. There are already a number of helpful online sources and books devoted to white paper “how-tos” and “dos and Read More
Book review: Small and Medium-sized Enterprises and the Environment: Business Imperatives. ed. Ruth Hillary, Greenleaf Publications. February 2000
The role of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in society cannot be underestimated—indeed, many think SMEs are the most important sector of a nation’s

rf reader  selection processes, and their performance results.  For example, Richard Starkey, on his article “Environmental Management Tools”, presents a concise overview of available systems SMEs can use to monitor their greening activities (like ISO , LCA , and Environmental Auditing ). Moreover, the tools are presented in a way that can help managers choose which one suits their organization the best. The article concludes by stating that, since there are no two companies are the same, every organization Read More
Ask the Experts: So, This ERP Thing… How Does It Work?
TEC reader Martin K. recently wrote in with these questions:What kind of data is handled by ERP systems and how it is done? How does the interface work? Which

rf reader  done? How does the interface work? Which departments normally use it? And who is the recommended team that should choose the ERP system? TEC analyst Alex Hankewicz says : To answer these questions, we need to take a step back and examine the evolution of ERP. ERP systems were developed as an extension of materials requirements planning (MRP) systems. MRP, in turn, was originally developed (late 70s and early 80s) to integrate planning and scheduling elements to the manufacturing process. Subsequently Read More
Are You Tuned into Radio Frequency Identification?
This article examines the organizational fit of radio frequency identification (RFID) and its technology’s basic mechanics. Its prohibitive costs often account

rf reader  boxes moving through the RFID portal. The electrical field emitted by the reader energizes the tag to trigger a read of information from the tag. The arrows indicate the flow of data among the readers, the antennae, and the server. In this example, the boxes pass through the portal (antennae), and the data captured from the tags are transmitted to the reader, and then to the host computer for processing. Information is exchanged when the tag is activated, either by the energy emitted from the portal or, Read More
What Makes a Good White Paper Good… (part two)
And here's the second point that all writers of IT white papers should keep in mind when writing (special notice of this point should be taken by those writers

rf reader  Makes a Good White Paper Good… (part two) And here's the second point that all writers of IT white papers should keep in mind when writing (special notice of this point should be taken by those writers who may *forget* that not everyone on the planet has the same rarified vocabulary, not mentioning the names of any jobs or fields...). 2. Audience, Audience (Stake a claim with your first paragraph). After the compelling title, the first paragraph makes or breaks audience “ affinity, ” which is Read More

Recent Searches
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Others