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  • 1. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) "Tag and Track" Presented by Mr. Majid
  • 2. Topics Covered• Definition of RFID• RFID History• Components of a RFID System:• How does a RFID system work?• Use of RFID
  • 3. Definition of RFID• Technology used to track and identify a person or object by means of radio waves.• Identification system consists of chip- based tags and readers.
  • 4. RFID History• “Identify Friend or Foe” (IFF) systems developed by the British to identify friendly aircraft.• IFF still used today for aircraft Don’t shoot! We’re British! Oh. We’re British too!
  • 5. Components of a RFID SystemTwo main components to a basic RFIDsystem: RFID Tag (transponder) Chip (IC) Antenna RFID Reader (transceiver)
  • 6. How does a RFID system workObject to be tracked is fixed with RFID Tag.The Reader is kept at some distance.Object containing RFID tag comes within the rangeof radio signals emitted by reader, the Tag isactivated and starts sending information stored in it.The Reader captures the radio signal, and decodesit to a byte stream and sends information for furtherprocessing to the system connected to it.
  • 7. How does a RFID system work Network Data Reader Processing01.203D2A.916E8B.8719BAE03C Tag Database
  • 8. Use of RFID1. Animal Identification.2. Anti – Theft System.3. Luggage Handling4. Blood Banks5. Office printers and cartridges.
  • 9. Questions?