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RFID – Making It So…With Some Help From the University of Florida
Recent advances in passive radio frequency identification (RFID) technologies have inspired a revolution in thinking about supply chain and inventory management. Briefly, modern passive RFID involves "smart" labels, readers and associated transmitting and receiving antennas, and back-end computer control and database management systems. Figure 1 gives examples of typical RFID components. This document is Circular 1465, one of a series from the Department of Agricultural & Biological Engineering, UF/IFAS Extension. First published: March 2005.doi:10.32473/edis-ae286-2005 fatcat:pvxom4i43rgx7cp5lxeh6g77di