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RFID technologies for Internet of Things

Chen, Min (Computer scientist)

RFID technologies for Internet of Things

by Chen, Min (Computer scientist)

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Published by Springer in Cham, Switzerland .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Radio frequency identification systems,
  • Internet of things

  • About the Edition

    This book introduces applications of RFID on the Internet of things, under the emerging technologies for tag search, anonymous RFID authentication, and identification of networked tags. A new technique called filtering vector (a compact data structure that encodes tag IDs) is proposed to enable tag filtration, meeting the stringent delay requirements for real-world applications. Based on filtering vectors, a novel iterative tag search protocol is designed, which progressively improves the accuracy of search result and reduces the time of each iteration by using the information learned from the previous iterations. Moreover, the protocol is extended to work under noisy channel. The authors also make a fundamental shift from the traditional design paradigm for anonymous RFID authentication by following an asymmetry design principle that pushes most complexity to the readers while leaving the tags as simple as possible. A novel technique is developed to dynamically generate random tokens on demand for authentication. The token-based authentication protocol only requires O(1) communication overhead and online computation overhead per authentication for both readers and tags. Finally, the authors investigate the problem of networked-tag identification. The traditional contention-based protocol design will incur too much energy overhead in multihop tag systems, and a reader-coordinated design that significantly serializes tag transmissions performs much better. In addition, a solution based on serial numbers is proposed to achieve load balancing, thereby reducing the worst-case energy cost among the tags. Designed for researchers and professionals, this SpringerBrief will interest individuals who work in efficiency, security, and privacy. Advanced-level students focused on network design will also benefit from the content.

    Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Other titlesRadio Frequency Identification technologies for Internet of Things
    StatementMin Chen, Shigang Chen
    SeriesWireless Networks, Wireless networks (Springer (Firm))
    ContributionsChen, Shigang, author
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTK6570.I34 C44 2016
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 95 pages
    Number of Pages95
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26926850M
    ISBN 103319473549
    ISBN 109783319473543
    OCLC/WorldCa958460624

    The recurring themes in all definitions of the Internet of Things include smart objects, machine to machine communication, RF technologies, and a central hub of information. Since Kevin Ashton first . A guided tour through the Internet of Things, a networked world of connected devices, objects, and people that is changing the way we live and work. We turn on the lights in our house from a desk in an .

    Use of RFID tags will likely eventually become as widespread as barcodes today. This book describes the technologies used for implementation of RFID: from hardware, communication protocols, Manufacturer: Wiley-ISTE. RFID, with its ability to collect unique information about almost any material object, has been hyped as the most important identification technology since the bar code, the linchpin of the Internet of Things.

    Chapter 5 RFID Applications and Related Research Issues 1 Introduction. RFID technology is one of the leading enabling technologies in building the Internet of Things (IoT), since inanimate objects in daily life will join the network via this technology. The rate at which businesses are connecting through Internet of Things (IoT) technologies in is rapidly exceeding even the most aggressive forecasted projections. With broadband Internet continuing to be more available and the cost of technology .


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