Analyses of RFID System Using Lighted Weight Algorithm

  • Kim, Jung-Tae
  • Published : 2009.03.30

Abstract

In this paper, we propose a general idea about an RFID system which provides lighted weight algorithm. We discuss how RFID could be applied for this kind of system, especially, compact protocol. We evaluate a few protocols that have been suggested for use in passive RFID tagged systems. We can reduce security computation without losing security features by message integration and pre-computation in this paper. And the proposed protocol can be used in low-cost RFID systems that require a small computational load for both the back-end database and the tags.

Keywords

Authentication;RFID;Ubiquitous system;lighted weight algorithm

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