List of Figures

Chapter 1: The Physics of RFID

Figure 1.1: Electric field near a conducting surface
Figure 1.2: Oscillating magnetic field near a conducting plane

Chapter 2: Interrogation Zone Basics

Figure 2.1: Time in beam
Figure 2.2: Antenna sequencing
Figure 2.3: Perfect antenna coverage vs. reality

Chapter 3: Site Analysis

Figure 3.1: An antenna at the center of a target area
Figure 3.2: An antenna in the middle of a test zone for PLCM
Figure 3.3: Positioning the antenna and spectrum analyzer
Figure 3.4: An ODIN Technologies RFID double rack with covers removed to see the inside

Chapter 4: Tags

Figure 4.1: Examples of various types of tag antennas
Figure 4.2: EasyTag tag-testing software
Figure 4.3: Orientation with circular antenna
Figure 4.4: Correctly oriented tag
Figure 4.5: Incorrectly oriented tag

Chapter 5: Designing the RFID Network

Figure 5.1: Basics of an RFID reader
Figure 5.2: Stretch-wrap test setup
Figure 5.3: Cutaway view of coax cable
Figure 5.4: A well-matched RFID system

Chapter 6: Peripherals

Figure 6.1: Triangulation

Chapter 7: Deployment and Installation

Figure 7.1: BOM tracking via IP address in EasyReader
Figure 7.2: The testing and certification setup for RFID readers
Figure 7.3: Visio diagram of an average dock door
Figure 7.4: RFID rack with side cover removed
Figure 7.5: A Properly Connected RFID Reader
Figure 7.6: Critical boundary in EasyReader
Figure 7.7: Protective bollards in front of an RFID portal

Chapter 8: Troubleshooting and Optimizing an RFID Network

Figure 8.1: The process flow of troubleshooting an RFID system
Figure 8.2: Spectrum analyzer showing points of potential interference
Figure 8.3: Antenna performance
Figure 8.4: Performance factors of a tag

CompTIA RFID+ Study Guide Exam RF0-101, includes CD-ROM
CompTIA RFID+ Study Guide Exam RF0-101, includes CD-ROM
Year: 2006
Pages: 136 © 2008-2017.
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