Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Assignment

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RUNNING HEAD:RADIO FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION1RADIO FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATIONStudent NameInstitute Name
RADIO FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION2ContentsIntroduction................................................................................................................................3Evaluate the use of Radio Frequency Identification (FRID) technology...................................3Explain how the technology works............................................................................................3Explain the business or technical problem the technology is designed to solve........................4Identify the technology limitations............................................................................................5Evaluate at least one organization’s implementation of the technology....................................6Assessment of the technology’s prospects for success in the market........................................6Conclusion..................................................................................................................................7Reference....................................................................................................................................8
RADIO FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION3IntroductionThe report will discuss in detail about radio frequency identification which is also called asRFID. A technology that can incorporate the overall usage of electromagnetic coupling in theRF portion of the electromagnetic spectrum. This will raise the usage of the same in theindustry as an option to the bar code. The benefits of RFID are that it does not need any kindof direct contact or scanning (Landt & Melville, 2013). The system of RFID consists of threeelements like an antenna, transceiver and transponder. The use of antenna in radio basedfrequency waves is to transmit a signal that helps in activating the transponder. Whileactivating it, the tag also transmits the current data back to the antenna.Evaluate the use of Radio Frequency Identification (FRID) technologyThe technology can be used in so many kinds of schemes within the hospitals. Particularly, itcan also be applied to track the patient along with pharmaceutical tracking and many otherusages. As the potential of every application context to have its own set of advantages andlimitation to execution and rate of adoption, it was determined that the overall scope of thestudy must be restricted to the device and supply based tracking (Zheng & Li, 2013). At thetime of implementing the search, there were number of terms that were used here like RadioFrequency Identification or management of inventory. It is actually a mix of database andvaried online sources which was used to compile a set of different references and coveracademic and peer reviewed research.Explain how the technology worksThe basic RFID system consist of two parts which can be called as the tag and the readerdiscussed in details as below: -Tag: the concept of RFID tag gas an embedded set of transmitters as well as receiver. Thereal RFIS elements consist in a tag and cover the two parts which can be defined as in two
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