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 Title & Authors
On Facilitating RFID Tag Read Processes via a Simple Parameter Estimation
Park, Young-Jae; Kim, Young-Beom;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we first formulate an optimal design problem for RFID tag identification processes and then propose a simplified estimation method for determining optimal frame sizes and termination time under an independence assumption. Through computer simulations we show that the proposed scheme outperforms Vogt's scheme in terms of identification delay.
 Keywords
RFID;Anti-collision protocols;Passive tags;DFSA;
 Language
English
 Cited by
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