RFID: Protection, privacy and prevention - sourcefire, security, rsa, RFID, intermec - ARN - 1 views
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What is a Standard - 0 views
Nomenclature is challenging because "technical specification" has different meanings in different areas of the world. For example, a technical specification in CEN is a lower grade, less permanent deliverable likely to be revised. A standard, on the other hand, is intended to be stable and products shall conform to the requirements.
to limit how a specific technology will be used to carry or represent the data.
GS1’s Global Trade Identification Number (GTIN) is an example of a high-level application standard that is completely independent of a technical specification because it can be applied regardless of whether bar code, RFID or even human-readable characters are used to represent it.
Healthcare Standards Development - 0 views
facilitate electronic communications by developing appropriate standards for information exchange among all health care trading partners.
ncluding electronic data interchange message formats, bar code labeling data standards, universal numbering systems, and the provision of databases which assure common identifiers.
Standardized manufacturer, customer, and product identification codes, including the Labeler Identification Code (LIC), Health Industry Number (HIN®), and Universal Product Number (UPN®) and the Health Industry Bar Code (HIBC) Standards
RFID - The Technology - 1 views
Another form of tag is often called the smart label. This is really a paper (or similar material) label with printing, but also with an RFID tag embedded in it. Examples are shown below (with the antenna structure shown in the corner).