Providing a new approach to improve in speed and longevity of the Internet of Things based on RFID

Arman Kavoosi Ghafi, Behnaz Farzi, Helena Kojooyan Jafari
2017 International Journal of Computer Applications Technology and Research  
Identification Technology Using Radio Frequency tags (RFID) is a very advanced technology that is fairly named the greatest revolution after the Internet. Internet of Things is based on this technology and, it will be rapidly prevailed. A set of constraints that lie ahead is the major challenges of development and application of RFID networks. One of the most fundamental concerns is tag Readers optimal deployment in large-scale RFID network planning (RNP), which leads to optimal performance and
more » ... increase in lifetime and speed of network. With considering coverage, signal interference and load balance as optimization targets and determination of optimum, the establishment issue of tag reader is converted to compound multi-objective optimization problem. In this article, in order to find the answers of the problem, the particle swarm algorithm (PSO) Combination with multi-objective optimization, based on Pareto's theory MOPSO that is able to solve the problem with more than one objective, was used. Simulation results show that the algorithm MOPSO compared to the optimization algorithms coverage, signal interference and load balancing has been effective. Therefore, with optimal deployment of tag readers, overall performance of system is improved. 71 the exchanged Data with the tag reader, to be collected and processed, and stored in a database, and also be restored if needed. RFID technology can be an alternative for the barcodes. In fact, RFID is more than just a bar code, because it has an automatic system scanner. This two technologies have major differences. The two main differences can be elaborated in the following ways; RFID technology is capable of carrying large volumes of information, and also it does not need to have line of sight for data collection and communication. (Hvlmyvyst and Stephenson, 2006).
doi:10.7753/ijcatr0602.1001 fatcat:pycybrwka5ccph5c3yfvzdplde