RFID - Security Issues in RFID Technology Information...

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Security Issues in RFID Technology Information Security John Moura
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547:RFID:101 - An Introduction  Technology coincides with the invention of radar  IFF (Identity Friend or Foe)  Provided a method for allied planes to identify   themselves   Plane based transponder responded a  specified  a specific code and frequency to  alert radar  operator they are friendly
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4 Key Functions of RFID
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How It Works Components needed: RFID Transmitter – Tag (RFID Chip/Antenna) RFID Receiver – Reader Server/Data Input Center (Optional)
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How It Works RFID Tag holds unique data –  a serial number and/or other unique attributes of the item
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Common Uses of RFID Technology  Retail   Commercial Distribution   Contactless Payment  Keyless Entry  Livestock Tagging  Pharmaceuticals   Logistics Assets (containers, trailers)  Pet Identification
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Advantages of RFID Technology More information 
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2008 for the course 547 471 taught by Professor Binde during the Spring '07 term at Rutgers.

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