RFID and IP Based Object Identification in Ubiquitous Networking

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Executive Summary

Ubiquitous networking is an integrated part of future networking technology that can provide capabilities for connecting all of objects (computers, human, PDAs, cell phones, etc.) in future network. It has to meet the challenge of seamless connection for communication between human and objects in internet infrastructure. Unique object identification is very much important to make the communication between objects possible. RFID tag can be used as unique identifier to identify a physical object. Radio Frequency IDentification (RFID) is a technology used for object identification of system. Internet Protocol (IP) address is used to provide logical identity to find the location of object for communication. In this paper, IP based RFID architecture for unique identification and tracking of object by considering mobility is proposed.

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