Simplified computation in memoryless anti-collision RFID identification protocols

Landaluce, H.; Perallos, A.; Bengtsson, L.; Garcia Zuazola, I. J.
August 2014
Electronics Letters;8/14/2014, Vol. 50 Issue 17, p1250
Academic Journal
A memoryless-based Collision window Tree plus (CwT+ ) protocol for simplified computation in anti-collision radio frequency identification (RFID) is proposed and presented. The CwT+ makes effective use of a threshold to accurately enhance bit-tracking and in turn lowers the identification time of the communication response. The threshold limits the bitstream of responding tags in an accurate fashion for simplified computation in the interrogation procedure. Simulation results show the outperformance of the CwT+ compared with earlier protocols.


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