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Bill Glover has been writing software since 1981 and has worked as a. programmer lead developer or architect on systems of all sizes from. small automated systems controlling dams and feedmills up to a. complete redesign and reimplementation of one of the world s busiest. travel web sites Bill first worked with RFID in 1995 tracking. individual cattle using ear tags He is currently a Senior Java. Architect with Sun Microsystems Inc and works with Sun s RFID. consulting practice and the RFID Test Center, Himanshu Bhatt heads the U S RFID Practice and Software Technology Lab. for Sun Microsystems Inc Prior to assuming this role Himanshu was. responsible for business development and consulting in emerging areas. of technology Himanshu has over 16 years of experience in the. architecture and development of distributed multitier systems using a. host of technologies for Fortune 1000 companies Himanshu has spoken at. industry conferences such as JavaOne and the LoneStar Symposium and has. published articles on Java J2EE technologies, The Information Age is over We re entering an era where. network connectivity is almost ubiquitous it s participate or perish. Jonathan Schwartz President and COO Sun Microsystems Inc. Unique competitive advantage erupts from enterprises that couple the. RFID technologies laid out in RFID Essentials with modern business integration using service. oriented architectures This is the book to read in order to understand this new landscape. Mark Bauhaus Senior Vice President Sun Microsystems Inc. This is a must read for RFID Software and Solution architects and is. highly recommended for anyone needing to gain more insight into the myriad of components. standards and technologies that make up an RFID solutions environment. Bryan Tracey Chief Architect GlobeRanger Corporation. The authors have done a commendable job of covering a lot of ground in. the RFID space including the infrastructure needed to share the volumes of data RFID will likely. Graham Gillen Senior Product Manager VeriSign, RFID Essentials. By Himanshu Bhatt Bill Glover, Publisher O Reilly, Pub Date January 2006. Print ISBN 10 0 596 00944 5, Print ISBN 13 978 0 59 600944 1.
Table of Contents Index, Praise for RFID Essentials. Who This Book Is For, Structure of This Book, Conventions Used in This Book. Comments and Questions, Safari Enabled, Acknowledgments. Chapter One An Introduction to RFID, Section 1 1 The Case for RFID. Section 1 2 The Eras of RFID, Section 1 3 Application Types.
Section 1 4 Summary, Chapter Two RFID Architecture. Section 2 1 A Confluence of Technologies, Section 2 2 Key Functionalities. Section 2 3 RFID System Components, Section 2 4 Systemic Quality Considerations. Section 2 5 Architecture Guidelines, Section 2 6 System Management. Section 2 7 Summary, Chapter Three Tags, Section 3 1 Basic Tag Capabilities.
Section 3 2 Physical Characteristics, Section 3 3 Power Source. Section 3 4 Air Interface, Section 3 5 Information Storage and Processing Capacity. Section 3 6 Standards, Section 3 7 Summary, Chapter Four Tag Protocols. Section 4 1 Protocol Terms and Concepts, Section 4 2 How Tags Store Data. Section 4 3 Singulation and Anti Collision Procedures. Section 4 4 Tag Features for Security and Privacy, Section 4 5 Learn to Troubleshoot Tag Communications.
Section 4 6 Summary, Chapter Five Readers and Printers. Section 5 1 Physical Components of an RFID Reader, Section 5 2 Logical Components of an RFID Reader. Section 5 3 Parts of an RFID Printer and Applicator. Section 5 4 Types of Readers, Section 5 5 Layout for Readers and Antennas. Section 5 6 Configuring Readers, Section 5 7 Summary. Chapter Six Reader Protocols, Section 6 1 Parts of a Reader Protocol.
Section 6 2 Vendor Protocols, Section 6 3 EPCglobal Protocol Overview. Section 6 4 Simple Lightweight RFID Reader Protocol. Section 6 5 Future Protocols, Section 6 6 Summary, Chapter Seven RFID Middleware. Section 7 1 Motivations, Section 7 2 Logical Architecture. Section 7 3 Application Level Events Specification. Section 7 4 Commercial RFID Middleware, Section 7 5 Summary. Chapter Eight RFID Information Service, Section 8 1 RFID Data.
Section 8 2 The EPCglobal Network, Section 8 3 The Object Naming Service. Section 8 4 The EPC Information Services, Section 8 5 Summary. Chapter Nine Manageability, Section 9 1 Edge Deployment Options. Section 9 2 Capabilities Needed for Edge Management. Section 9 3 Standards and Technologies, Section 9 4 Summary. Chapter Ten Privacy and Security, Section 10 1 Privacy and Security Issues.
Section 10 2 RFID Privacy, Section 10 3 RFID Security. Section 10 4 Summary, Chapter Eleven The Future, Section 11 1 Standards. Section 11 2 Technology, Section 11 3 Business, Section 11 4 Summary. Appendix A EPC Identity Encodings, Section A 1 GS1 SGTIN Encoding. Section A 2 GS1 SSCC Encoding, Section A 3 GS1 GLN SGLN Encoding.
Section A 4 GS1 GRAI Encoding, Section A 5 GS1 GIAI Encoding. Appendix B References, Section B 1 Organizations Standards and Specifications. Section B 2 Important Papers on RFID, Section B 3 Related Books. Section B 4 Periodicals, Section B 5 History, Section B 6 Free Tools. About the Authors, RFID Essentials, by Bill Glover and Himanshu Bhatt.
Copyright 2006 O Reilly Media Inc All rights reserved Printed in the United States of America. Published by O Reilly Media Inc 1005 Gravenstein Highway North Sebastopol CA 95472. O Reilly books may be purchased for educational business or sales promotional use Online editions. are also available for most titles safari oreilly com For more information contact our. corporate institutional sales department 800 998 9938 or corporate oreilly com. Editor Mary O Brien, Production Editor Colleen Gorman. Copyeditor Rachel Wheeler, Proofreader Lydia Onofrei. Indexer Angela Howard, Cover Designer MendeDesign, Interior Designer Marcia Friedman. Illustrators Robert Romano Jessamyn Read and Lesley Borash. Printing History, January 2006 First Edition, The O Reilly logo is a registered trademark of O Reilly Media Inc The Theory in Practice series. designations RFID Essentials and related trade dress are trademarks of O Reilly Media Inc. Java and all Java based trademarks and logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun. Microsystems Inc in the United States and other countries O Reilly Media Inc is independent of. Sun Microsystems, Many of the designations used by manufacturers and sellers to distinguish their products are claimed.
as trademarks Where those designations appear in this book and O Reilly Media Inc was aware of. a trademark claim the designations have been printed in caps or initial caps. While every precaution has been taken in the preparation of this book the publisher and authors. assume no responsibility for errors or omissions or for damages resulting from the use of the. information contained herein, ISBN 0 596 00944 5, Praise for RFID Essentials. RFID is one of those rare change the world technologies that will force a rethinking of many. value chain strategies In that context Bill and Himanshu s comprehensive expert in a book. creation should be on the must read list for strategists and IT professionals who see RFID in. their future Unique competitive advantage erupts from enterprises that couple the RFID. technologies laid out in RFID Essentials with modern business integration using service oriented. architectures This is the book to read in order to understand this new landscape. MARK BAUHAUS SVP BUSINESS INTEGRATION IDENTITY AND APPLICATION PLATFORM. RFID or Radio Frequency Identification got legs with mandates from giants such as Wal Mart. and the U S Department of Defense however the use is going beyond the supply chain. Companies are seeing the benefits of RFID in other areas such as asset tracking and drug. authentication No matter what the need the first step in any engagement is understanding the. technology and how it can be used to gain business benefits This book gives a good foundation. on RFID fundamentals and is a must read if you are considering adopting RFID for your. business or applications, JULIE SARBACKER DIRECTOR SUN MICROSYSTEMS RFID BUSINESS UNIT. The authors have done a commendable job of covering a lot of ground in the RFID space. including the infrastructure needed to share the volumes of data RFID will likely generate While. the short term issues seem focused on read rates and hardware prices in the end we may see. yet another transformational use of the Internet in exchanging data about serialized assets and. GRAHAM GILLEN SENIOR PRODUCT MANAGER VERISIGN, Like so many others this book was written because we couldn t find one like it We needed. something to hand to all of those people who have come to us asking for a good book to read on. RFID When we looked for candidates we found some great books but most were aimed at electrical. engineers or top level managers with very little for those of us who are in between This book is for. developers system and software architects and project managers as well as students and. professionals in all of the industries impacted by Radio Frequency Identification RFID who want to. understand how this technology works As the title suggests this book is about RFID in general and. not just the most recent developments however because so much is going on in the area of RFID. for the supply chain and especially the Electronic Product Code EPC we have devoted considerable. space to these topics Regardless of the type of RFID work you may be doing we think you will find. something useful here, Who This Book Is For, This book is for developers who need to get that first RFID prototype out the door systems. architects who need to understand the major elements in an RFID system and project managers. who need to divide work set goals and understand vendor proposals Students and instructors. should find enough detail here to use this book as at least a supplementary text for a study of RFID. Even those with considerable experience in RFID should find this book a useful update on the latest. developments with enough of the fundamentals to serve as a reference This book is probably not for. anyone who wants either a cursory overview of the technology or a deep discussion of supply chain. management manufacturing access control or conspiracy theories These are all interesting topics. in their own right but this is only one book, Structure of This Book.
There are 11 chapters 2 appendices and a glossary in this book RFID is a broad subject so while. we think all of the sections of the book are necessary to tell the whole story not every section will. appeal to every reader The book s structure divides neatly into two broad areas of interest a. general overview the Everyone section which should be of interest to any reader and a section. containing more technical discussion Developers and Architects. Chapters 1 and 2 cover the basics of RFID and give readers a framework for further discussion Most. readers will also want to cover Chapters 9 11 for discussions of key topics in RFID. Developers and Architects, Anyone who will actually be creating or interfacing with an RFID system or who wants to understand. how all of the pieces work should read Chapters 38 where we get into the details of tags readers. middleware and the RFID information service, What s in Each Chapter. The chapters proceed in what we hope you will find is a natural progression starting with an. introduction and overview a chapter on architecture and then a discussion of each component of. that architecture Following our discussion of all of the pieces we take a look at the qualities of the. entire system that deserve special attention such as manageability security and privacy We then. wrap things up in the final chapter with a look at the future of RFID Here s a brief tour. Chapter 1 An Introduction to RFID, Defines RFID and introduces some of the fundamental concepts. Chapter 2 RFID Architecture, Describes the parts of an RFID system their relationships to each other and some of the. functional and service level requirements specific to RFID. Chapter 3 Tags, Describes the tags that attach an identity to an item and communicate that identity to readers.
Chapter 4 Tag Protocols, Examines how tags talk to readers. Chapter 5 Readers and Printers, Describes the readers that communicate with tags and connect RFID tagged items to the. Chapter 6 Reader Protocols, Covers how readers talk to middleware and applications. Chapter 7 RFID Middleware, Describes the middleware that manages RFID information and edge devices. Chapter 8 RFID Information Service, Examines the storage and use of RFID information.
Chapter 9 Manageability, Discusses some of the specific concerns related to managing RFID devices on the edge of the. Chapter 10 Privacy and Security, Discusses real concerns regarding the impact of RFID on security and privacy as well as. dispelling some of the myths, Chapter 11 The Future. Provides a look at where RFID may take us in the next few years. Appendix A EPC Identity Encodings, Provides additional encodings to complete the discussion of EPC identity encodings introduced. in Chapter 4, Appendix B References, Lists resources available for those .
RFID technologies laid out in RFID Essentials with modern business integration using service oriented architectures This is the book to read in order to understand this new landscape Mark Bauhaus Senior Vice President Sun Microsystems Inc This is a must read for RFID Software and Solution architects and is highly recommended for anyone needing to gain more insight into the myriad of

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