Alejandro Palomo-López

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Current anti-collision protocols for active RFID systems stem from the ISO-18000-7 standard, which selects Frame Slotted Aloha as the underlying Medium Access Control protocol. However, these approaches neglect the possibility of using the Listen-Before-Talk mechanism already available in active RFID tags. In this work, a Carrier Sense Multiple Access(More)
Current anti-collision protocols for active RFID systems stem from the ISO-18000-7 standard, which selects Frame Slotted Aloha as the underlying medium access control protocol. However, these approaches neglect the possibility of using the listen-before-talk mechanism already available in active RFID tags. In a previous work, a CSMA (Carrier Sense Multiple(More)
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