Provided by: International Journal of Communications and Engineering
Date Added: Mar 2012
Radio Frequency IDentification (RFID) technologies are used in many applications for data collection. However, raw RFID readings are usually of low quality and may contain many anomalies. In the practical situations, particularly where a number of readers and other wireless devices share the same frequency band, the performance on the erroneous links would be significant interest. The success of deploying RFID in any application depends heavily on the quality of the data stream generated by the RFID readers, i.e., the reader should detect all the tags that are present within its read range, and should not detect tags that are not present, or due to business rules should not be detected.