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RFID Handbook: Fundamentals and Applications in Contactless Smart Cards, Radio Frequency Identification and Near-Field Communication

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Publisher Comments:

This is the third revised edition of the established and trusted RFID Handbook; the most comprehensive introduction to radio frequency identification (RFID) available.

This essential new edition contains information on electronic product code (EPC) and the EPC global network, and explains near-field communication (NFC) in depth. It includes revisions on chapters devoted to the physical principles of RFID systems and microprocessors, and supplies up-to-date details on relevant standards and regulations.

Taking into account critical modern concerns, this handbook provides the latest information on:

  • the use of RFID in ticketing and electronic passports;
  • the security of RFID systems, explaining attacks on RFID systems and other security matters, such as transponder emulation and cloning, defence using cryptographic methods, and electronic article surveillance;
  • frequency ranges and radio licensing regulations.

The text explores schematic circuits of simple transponders and readers, and includes new material on active and passive transponders, ISO/IEC 18000 family, ISO/IEC 15691 and 15692. It also describes the technical limits of RFID systems.

A unique resource offering a complete overview of the large and varied world of RFID, Klaus Finkenzeller’s volume is useful for end-users of the technology as well as practitioners in auto ID and IT designers of RFID products. Computer and electronics engineers in security system development, microchip designers, and materials handling specialists benefit from this book, as do automation, industrial and transport engineers. Clear and thorough explanations also make this an excellent introduction to the topic for graduate level students in electronics and industrial engineering design.

Klaus Finkenzeller was awarded the Fraunhofer-Smart Card Prize 2008 for the second edition of this publication, which was celebrated for being an outstanding contribution to the smart card field.

Synopsis:

This is the third revised edition of the established and trusted RFID Handbook; the most comprehensive introduction to radio frequency identification (RFID) available.

This essential new edition contains information on electronic product code (EPC) and the EPC global network, and explains near-field communication (NFC) in depth. It includes revisions on chapters devoted to the physical principles of RFID systems and microprocessors, and supplies up-to-date details on relevant standards and regulations.

The text explores schematic circuits of simple transponders and readers, and includes new material on active and passive transponders, ISO/IEC 18000 family, ISO/IEC 15691 and 15692. It also describes the technical limits of RFID systems.

A unique resource offering a complete overview of the large and varied world of RFID, Klaus Finkenzeller’s volume is useful for end-users of the technology as well as practitioners in auto ID and IT designers of RFID products. Computer and electronics engineers in security system development, microchip designers, and materials handling specialists benefit from this book, as do automation, industrial and transport engineers. Clear and thorough explanations also make this an excellent introduction to the topic for graduate level students in electronics and industrial engineering design.

Synopsis:

RFID is a major growth area in auto ID, allowing emergency vehicles to safely trip traffic signals, and providing the technology behind contactless smart cards, autopiloting cars, and production automation. Finkenzeller has updated his well-received book to include the latest information on the use of RFID in ticketing and electronic passports (a very topical subject). He has added information on the EPCglobal network, and covers EPC network basics also. Parts of the chapter on frequency ranges and radio licensing regulations have been revised. Further expanded sections explain attacks on RFID systems and other security matters, such as transponder emulation or cloning, and defence using cryptographic methods. Includes revisions to the chapters on physical principles of RFID systems, microprocessors, and details on relevant standards and regulations Totally new material added covering active and passive transponders, ISO/IEC 18000 family, and ISO/IEC 15691 and 15692, EPCglobal network, and electronic passports Additional chapter on the critical modern concern of security of RFID systems

About the Author

Klaus Finkenzeller was awarded the Fraunhofer-Smart Card Prize 2008 for the second edition of this publication, which was celebrated for being an outstanding contribution to the smart card field.

Table of Contents

Preface to the Third Edition

List of Abbreviations

1 Introduction

1.1 Automatic Identification Systems

1.2 A Comparison of Different ID Systems

1.3 Components of an RFID System

2 Differentiation Features of RFID Systems

2.1 Fundamental Differentiation Features

2.2 Transponder Construction Formats

2.3 Frequency, Range and Coupling

2.4 Active and Passive Transponder

2.5 Information Processing in the Transponder

2.6 Selection Criteria for RFID Systems

3 Fundamental Operating Principles

3.1 1-Bit Transponder

3.2 Full- and Half-Duplex Procedure

3.3 Sequential Procedures

3.4 Near-Field Communication (NFC)

4 Physical Principles of RFID Systems

4.1 Magnetic Field

4.2 Electromagnetic Waves

4.3 Surface Waves

5 Frequency Ranges and Radio Licensing Regulations

5.1 Frequency Ranges Used

5.2 The International Telecommunication Union (ITU)

5.3 European Licensing Regulations

5.4 National Licensing Regulations in Europe

5.5 National Licensing Regulations

5.6 Comparison of National Regulations

6 Coding and Modulation

6.1 Coding in the Baseband

6.2 Digital Modulation Procedures

7 Data Integrity

7.1 The Checksum Procedure

7.2 Multi-Access Procedures – Anticollision

8 Security of RFID Systems

8.1 Attacks on RFID Systems

8.2 Protection by Cryptographic Measures

9 Standardisation

9.1 Animal Identification

9.2 Contactless Smart Cards

9.3 ISO/IEC 69873 – Data Carriers for Tools and Clamping Devices

9.4 ISO/IEC 10374 – Container Identification

9.5 VDI 4470 – Anti-theft Systems for Goods

9.6 Item Management

10 The Architecture of Electronic Data Carriers

10.1 Transponder with Memory Function

10.2 Microprocessors

10.3 Memory Technology

10.4 Measuring Physical Variables

11 Readers

11.1 Data Flow in an Application

11.2 Components of a Reader

11.3 Integrated Reader ICs

11.4 Connection of Antennas for Inductive Systems

11.5 Reader Designs

11.6 Near-Field Communication

12 The Manufacture of Transponders and Contactless Smart Cards

12.1 Glass and Plastic Transponders

12.2 Contactless Smart Cards

13 Example Applications

13.1 Contactless Smart Cards

13.2 Public Transport

13.3 Contactless Payment Systems

13.4 NFC Applications

13.5 Electronic Passport

13.6 Ski Tickets

13.7 Access Control

13.8 Transport Systems

13.9 Animal Identification

13.10 Electronic Immobilisation

13.11 Container Identification

13.12 Sporting Events

13.13 Industrial Automation

14 Appendix

14.1 Contact Addresses, Associations and Technical Periodicals

14.2 Relevant Standards and Regulations

14.3 Printed Circuit Board Layouts

References

Index

Product Details

ISBN:
9780470695067
Author:
Finkenzeller, Klaus
Publisher:
John Wiley & Sons
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Smart cards
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Telecommunications
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Management - General
Subject:
RFID, RFID technology, smart cards, contactless smart cards, electronic passports, EPCglobal, EPC network, ISO/IEC 18000, ISO/IEC 15691, ISO/IEC 15692, active transponders, passive transponders
Subject:
Mobile & Wireless Communications
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Communications-Telephony
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Mobile & Wireless Comm
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Copyright:
Edition Description:
WOL online Book (not BRO)
Publication Date:
20110802
Binding:
HARDCOVER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
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Pages:
478
Dimensions:
244 x 168 x 15 mm 24 oz

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"Synopsis" by , This is the third revised edition of the established and trusted RFID Handbook; the most comprehensive introduction to radio frequency identification (RFID) available.

This essential new edition contains information on electronic product code (EPC) and the EPC global network, and explains near-field communication (NFC) in depth. It includes revisions on chapters devoted to the physical principles of RFID systems and microprocessors, and supplies up-to-date details on relevant standards and regulations.

The text explores schematic circuits of simple transponders and readers, and includes new material on active and passive transponders, ISO/IEC 18000 family, ISO/IEC 15691 and 15692. It also describes the technical limits of RFID systems.

A unique resource offering a complete overview of the large and varied world of RFID, Klaus Finkenzeller’s volume is useful for end-users of the technology as well as practitioners in auto ID and IT designers of RFID products. Computer and electronics engineers in security system development, microchip designers, and materials handling specialists benefit from this book, as do automation, industrial and transport engineers. Clear and thorough explanations also make this an excellent introduction to the topic for graduate level students in electronics and industrial engineering design.

"Synopsis" by , RFID is a major growth area in auto ID, allowing emergency vehicles to safely trip traffic signals, and providing the technology behind contactless smart cards, autopiloting cars, and production automation. Finkenzeller has updated his well-received book to include the latest information on the use of RFID in ticketing and electronic passports (a very topical subject). He has added information on the EPCglobal network, and covers EPC network basics also. Parts of the chapter on frequency ranges and radio licensing regulations have been revised. Further expanded sections explain attacks on RFID systems and other security matters, such as transponder emulation or cloning, and defence using cryptographic methods. Includes revisions to the chapters on physical principles of RFID systems, microprocessors, and details on relevant standards and regulations Totally new material added covering active and passive transponders, ISO/IEC 18000 family, and ISO/IEC 15691 and 15692, EPCglobal network, and electronic passports Additional chapter on the critical modern concern of security of RFID systems
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