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Although some applications for RFID parallel barcode technology, there is one major difference ? RFID does not require line-of-sight to capture data that is scanned. Applications for RFID technology are wide-ranging and include automated toll collection, inventory control, asset management and tracking of livestock...
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In this paper we will discuss the history of RFID, how RFID works, current and future applications of the technology, and ways in which the technology impacts individuals and organizations locally as well as globally.
History of RFID
Dr. Jeremy Landt (2001, 2), one of the world's leading authorities on radio frequency identification, traces the ancestry of RFID back to the beginning of time when God said, "Let there be light" (Genesis 1)...
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