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Radio Frequency Identification: From System to Applications

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Radio Frequency Identification: From System to Applications
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535111436
Number of pages: 450

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RFID based applications create tremendous new opportunities. The book offers a comprehensive and systematic description of technologies, architectures, and methodologies of various efficient, secure, scalable, and reliable RFID and RFID based applications.

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