Year of Publication
Master of Science in Engineering Management (MSEM)
Dr. Johne Parker
RFID has been characterized as a “disruptive technology” that has the potential to revolutionize numerous key sectors. A key advantage of passive RFID applications is the ability to wirelessly transmit automatic identification and related information using very little power. This paper presents an experimental investigation to inform the optimal configuration for programming passive ultra-high frequency (UHF) RFID media in dynamic applications. Dynamic programming solutions must be designed around the tag’s functionality, the physical programming configuration and environment. In this investigation, we present a methodology to determine an optimal configuration to maximize the systems programming efficiency for dynamic applications.
Proffitt, Donnie E. II, "EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION TO INFORM OPTIMAL CONFIGURATIONS FOR DYNAMIC NEAR-FIELD PASSIVE UHF RFID SYSTEMS" (2013). Theses and Dissertations--Mechanical Engineering. 29.