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D3.7 A Structured Collection on Information and Literature on Technological and Usability Aspects of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)

ISO 18000  Untitled
ISO 15961, 15962, AND 15963
 ISO 10374


ISO 15961, 15962, and 15963

ISO 15961, 15962, and 15963 are international norms for RFID-based item management that define data content structures.  

ISO 15961 focuses on the interface between the application and the data protocol processor, and includes the specification of the transfer syntax and definition of application commands and responses. It allows data and commands to be specified in a standardised way, independent of the particular air interface of ISO 18000.

ISO 15962 focuses on encoding the transfer syntax, as defined in ISO 15961 according to the application commands defined in that international standard. The encoding is in a logical memory as a software analogue of the physical memory of the RF tag being addressed by the interrogator.

ISO 15963 describes numbering systems that are available for the identification of RF tags. A unique ID is required as part of the write operation to RFID tags. The unique ID guarantees that the information written to a tag is unambiguously written to the correct data carrier (tag). A unique ID is also required in read situations where the contents of the tag are tied to a specific item and that item needs to be unambiguously identified.






ISO 18000  fidis-wp3-del3.7.Structured_Collection_RFID_02.sxw  ISO 10374
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