Analysis of Radio Field Requirement for RFID Systems Use in Warehouses

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RFID systems work on communication between data carriers and data readers. This basic data transmission is provided in virtual network, which have to be steady. Reading range of data readers is depending on many factors, as devices parameters, surroundings and type of data carrier. Nowadays, technology provides better communication between devices, which dramatically increases distance, in which devices are able to communicate with each other. With proper setting, interaction in logistic processes could be faster and stable. This paper explores equipment needed for transport information from data carrier through data readers to software devices, which are responsible for information processing.

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