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RFID tag anti collision protocols

  1. 1. RFID Tag anti-Collision Protocols Hamed Naeemaei
  2. 2. Problem Definition T1 T2 R T3
  3. 3. Existing Protocols for RFID Tag Anti collision Tag multiple access / Anti Collision Method Time Division Multiple Access Code Division Multiple Access Deterministic Probability Aloha Based (Tree Based) Dynamic Slotted Aloha Accelerated Frame Slotted Aloha Tree Algorithm Binary Tree Search Algorithm Dynamic Slot Allocation – Tag Estimation Method QT-Protocol Spatial Division Multiple Access Gold Code Twice Digital Beam-Forming Walsh Sequence STDMA Walsh Code + Pseudo Random Sequence Generator Beam Forming And Reader Power Control Huffman Sequence Minimum Distance Constellation I-Code STAC Polling Bit-Slot Contactless Protocol Frequency Division Multiple Access FDMA Novel With QAlgorithm
  4. 4. Existing Protocols for RFID Tag Anti collision
  5. 5. Other A tree slotted ALOHA (TSA) is proposed in (Bonuccelli et al. 2006), hybrid tag anti-collision scheme (Shin et al. 2007) …
  6. 6. Tree-based RFID protocols
  7. 7. Binary Tree Dong-Her Shih 2006 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 C C E C T1 T3 C T4 C E C T2 T5
  8. 8. Query tree Okkyeong Bang 2009
  9. 9. An Example Tag ID Tag 1 000 Tag 2 010 Tag Tag 3 Tag Tag 4 1 Tag 5 Start 101 ID Tag 1 Tag 2 Tag Tag 1 0 1,2,3 1 00 ID 10 0 0 0 1 1,2 Tag Tag 2 Tag ID Tag 1 0000 Tag 2 0010 Tag 3 0101 Tag 4 1100 Tag 5 1101 Tag Tag 3 1 2 100 101 ID 4,5 1 Tag 0 Tag 4 0 Tag E 1 4,5 5 1 0 Tag Tag 4 ID 3 Tag 5 01 ID Tag ID ID 0 Tag04 4 4,5 ID 00 01 E 1 5 Tag Tag 4 ID
  10. 10. Problems
  11. 11. Aloha based protocols
  12. 12. BFSA
  13. 13. DFSA After first broadcast determine three parameters: 1. Collision slots 2. Success slots 3. Empty slots Then estimate unread tags: If Collision slots> threshold then increase slots Else : decrease slots
  14. 14. Problems
  15. 15. EDFSA
  16. 16. An Anti-collision Algorithm for Multi-Tag RFID GENG Shu-qin, WU Wu-chen, HOU Li-gang and ZHANG Wang If number of tags are large then the tags can be grouped :
  17. 17. An Anti-collision Algorithm for Multi-Tag RFID GENG Shu-qin, WU Wu-chen, HOU Li-gang and ZHANG Wang Number of tags Max Frame size 88-210 Frequency channels 64 P = 36% 210/64 = 3
  18. 18. An Anti-collision Algorithm for Multi-Tag RFID GENG Shu-qin, WU Wu-chen, HOU Li-gang and ZHANG Wang
  19. 19. A Novel Anti-collision Protocol in Adaptive Framed Slotted Aloha about RFIDTags Deng Zhongting, Wu Haifeng* , Liu Jing, Tan Yuan SC = Slot number RSC = Readable slot number TSC = Tag slot number frame length in a read cycle is set to the RSC’s value in the last cycle Advantage : Reduce Time Of re-Identification Disadvantage : Increase Number Of Computaion
  20. 20. A Novel Anti-collision Protocol in Adaptive Framed Slotted Aloha about RFIDTags Deng Zhongting, Wu Haifeng* , Liu Jing, Tan Yuan Algorithm 1. ADFA Reader Operation 1 Start 2 % Initialize L and RSC % L is frame length. 3 if RSC=NULL 4 L=N % N is set by user (frame size) 5 else 6 L=RSC (frame size = readable s n) ---------7 end if 8 RSC=0 ------------9 do { 10 SC=0 % initialize SC 11 Transmit the command starting a frame -----------------12 do { 13 Transmit the command starting a slot 14 Receive tag response and detect a collision 15 if tag collision 16 f=collision 17 Transmit f 18 else if no tag response 19 f=idle 20 Transmit f 21 else only a tag response 22 Receive ID from tag and store it 23 RSC=RSC+1 24 f=successful SC = Slot Counter RSC = Readable slot number frame length in a read cycle is set to the RSC’s value in the last cycle 25 Transmit f with RSC 26 end if 27 SC=SC+1 28 }while SC<L ( end do line 12) 29 [E, S, C]=performCountSlot(L) 30 % Counts empty, successful and collision slots in 31 % a frame with L 32 L=2C 33 }while C>0 ( end do line 9)
  21. 21. A Novel Anti-collision Protocol in Adaptive Framed Slotted Aloha about RFIDTags Deng Zhongting, Wu Haifeng* , Liu Jing, Tan Yuan Algorithm 2. ADFA Tag Operation 1 Energized by reader 2 Enter Ready state 3 while state=Ready & Receive the command starting a 4 frame with reader's L 5 do { 6 Enter Active state 7 if SSC=NULL or SSC>L or SSC<TSC 8 SSC=random number from 0 to L 9 End 10 TSC=0 11 while state=Active & Receive the command 12 starting a slot 13 do { 14 if TSC=SSC 15 Transmit ID 16 Receive feedback f (with RSC) from 17 reader 18 if f= successful 19 SSC=RSC 20 Enter Quiet state 21 else 22 TSC=TSC+1 23 end SC = Slot Counter TSC = Tag slot Counter increase by one SSC = Selected Slot Number SSC<TSC means : the tag has not been identified in last cycles frame length in a read cycle is set to the RSC’s value in the last cycle 24 else 25 TSC=TSC+1 26 end 27 } 28 Receive the command terminating this frame 29 form reader 30 if state=Active 31 Enter Ready state 32 end 33 }

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