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

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Figure 1: A flow diagram representing the major basic combinations of RFID systems    10

Figure 2: Illustration showing the broad range of frequencies within the electromagnetic spectrum that RFID systems can utilise    11

Figure 3: An example of a passive RFID tag, shown next to a UK two pence piece (roughly the size of a two Euro coin) for scale    12

Figure 4: The two main components of the RFID system    13

Figure 5: A general RFID architecture    15

Figure 6: Distribution of enterprises belonging to a specific branch    28

Figure 7: Targets of enterprises using, testing or planning to use RFID    30

Figure 8: Hurdles regarding the investment in RFID technology (base 55-50)    32

Figure 9: Estimation of several statements regarding data protection: “By using RFID technology …” (basis 50-47)    35

Figure 10: Relationship between FIDIS studies planned so far in the context of RFID    42







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