Welcome W E L C O M E National conference on Library Security Management in Digital Era -2011 JNTU – HYDERABD WELCOME
Application, Implementation & Development of R F I D Technology in Modern Libraries Dr. M . ANJAIAH Librarian I/C Dravidian University V. LINGAIAH Research Scholar Chief Librarian K G REDDY COLLEGE OF ENGG. & TECHNOLOGY CHILKUR, HYDERABAD
Secondly in backend transmitted data coming through antenna (RF-wave) are being recognized by RFID-based system PC. It acts as a middleware communication gateway among items, reader and system database;
And at the end it filters out and store data in RFID-databases for checking the data fault and relevant operation.
Tags Reader Gateway Database Database Application User Interface Backend Fig.2. A General Overview of RFID Architecture Scanned
Active tags are able to transmit data using their own battery power. Read ranges are more for active tags than for passive tags but are costlier for their extra capability. Therefore active tags are used for high value items and for longer reading distance.
RFID technology can fully automate various transactions happening within a Campus. Students, teachers and staff can be provided with RFID smart cards for their attendance and access to various labs and library. Library systems can also be automated by using RFID which can include issuing of books, security gates, searching of books, etc. Assets like computers, electronic equipment and mechanical tools which are constantly on the go for student experiments can be tracked to improve their usage by various departments. Hostel can also be better managed with access control system installed for students.