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With the emergence and success of Radio Frequency Identification Technology comes this impeccable study tool for preparing to take and pass CompTIA's RFID+ certification exam. Engaging graphics illuminate the easy-to-understand explanations of all exam objectives so that students and trainers alike can gain the core skills required to integrate, implement, and maintain RFID systems and components. Comprehensive in nature, the book features a unique Exam Domain Map that identifies each of the objectives for the certification exam and explains where these topics are discussed in the book. More than 100 practice exam questions with answers further reinforce skills and build technical know-how.
RFID+ Study Guide: Table of Contents Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Primer Chapter 3: RFID System Lifecycle Chapter 4: Frequency Ranges Chapter 5: Antennas Chapter 6: Tags Chapter 7: Interrogators Chapter 8: Regulations and Standards Chapter 9: Applications
Posted August 29, 2006
Posted May 12, 2006
As someone working in the RFID industry for the past 10 years, I found the book to gloss over much of the important elements of RF based identification technology and essential integration knowledge. There are too many grammatical and typographical errors (some are on key equations, formulas, and graphics meant to represent a scientific notation). I think its a good start, doesn't explain the RF theories well, could expand on antennas, does an extremely poor job of describing EPC Gen2, and the case studies lack any information that relate or apply the principles to which the book intended.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 28, 2009
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