Decoding the Collisions in RFID Systems

RFID has been gaining popularity due to its variety of applications, such as inventory control and localization. One important issue in RFID system is tag identification. In RFID systems, the tag randomly selects a slot to send a Random Number (RN16) packet to contend for identification. Collision happens when multiple tags select the same slot, which makes the RN packet un-decodable and thus reduces the channel utilization. In this paper, the authors redesign the RN pattern to make the collided RNs decodable. By leveraging the collision slots, the system performance can be dramatically enhanced.

Provided by: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Topic: Mobility Date Added: Mar 2011 Format: PDF

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