Linear Model of Adapting Frame Size in DFSA of Passive GEN2 RFID Systems

Low costs of passive UHF RFID tags, as well as their simplicity makes them appropriate for the localization and tracking services in today's fast-moving, information rich trading networks. However, a few disadvantages of passive RFID technology performances, as a reading range of passive tags and high collision rate during RFID reader-tag communication, still needs quality of service improvements. In order to maintain passive technology cheap, but to improve the disadvantages, it is important for tags not to include any additional electronic circuitry, and to maximize the efficiency of the actual hardware. So, it is necessary to develop the optimal algorithms in order to maximize the communication efficiency.

Provided by: University of Southern Queensland Topic: Mobility Date Added: Aug 2010 Format: PDF

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