Reducing RFID Reader Load With the Meet-in-the-Middle Strategy

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Executive Summary

A general Radio Frequency IDentification (RFID) system consists of a back-end database (Or simply database), multiple readers, and a multitude of tags. The database maintains all system data. A reader relays data between the database and tags by wireless communication with multiple tags in the same period. A tag is typically attached to an object or a set of objects. A tag usually contains a unique identification number and some object-related data. The authors skip the technical details of a general RFID architecture and refer to for a good introduction to RFID technology.

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