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Mobile RFID Tag Detection Influence Factors and Prediction of Tag Detectability

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Executive Summary

Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) readers are powered RF devices that communicate with tags (whether mobile or fixed) and read necessary information to be processed. A mobile RFID tag is detected by an RFID antenna. In a mobile RFID where the RFID tag is attached to a mobile object such as a vehicle, a human, or an animal, information is more difficult to detect than in the case where the tag is attached to a stationary object. Currently, deployment engineers and researchers use trial-and-error approaches to decide on the best conditions of the tag detection influence factors which affect tag detectability (detection rate). As expected, these approaches are time consuming.

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