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Green RFID Systems
Edited by Luca Roselli
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This book, Green RFID systems brings together the experience of 28 contributors, ably edited by Luca Roselli who is the Professor of Applied Electronics at the University of Perugia, Italy.
RFID as a technology is well established. It is found in many areas of everyday life where it is most commonly seen as security tags in shops. However the technology is far more widely sued for a variety of identification, tracking and tagging solutions. It is widely used for inventory management where it has been particularly successful.
The book takes a new look at RFID: seeing how new energy-efficient and environmentally friendly RFID systems can be created and run. The book combines coverage of cutting-edge technologies and techniques with existing approaches.
As well as covering RFID basics, a wide range of new technologies is discussed, including biodegradable and recyclable material use, energy scavenging, passive and chipless architectures, RFID passive sensors, networked RFID and RFID sensors, organic electronic devices, textile electronics, and distributed and wide area electronics.
Providing a clear description of how RFID technology can enable the evolution of the Internet of Things, the book guides you down the path to facing new challenges as we move towards ubiquitous sensing for smart environments and a networked society.
This book is aimed at providing a valuable resource for researchers in academia and industry, technical managers, and graduate students in RF and wireless communications.
This book takes an established technology and brings it up to date for today’s requirements.
|Cover:||Hardcover 304 pages|
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
|Publication:||30 September 2014|
|Book Dimensions:||17.4 x 1.7 x 24.7 cm|