Chase Johnston

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Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) has been adopted to track items in supply chain, healthcare, and manufacturing applications. Hospitals and factories, however, are difficult environments for radiowave propagation. Cinder block walls with steel rebar, metal obstructions, and RF noise present significant obstacles to RFID system performance. Tagging(More)
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) has been proposed as the solution to the real-time asset visibility problem in numerous supply chain, health-care, and manufacturing applications. Some of those applications occur in RF-harsh environments which degrade the performance of an RFID system. Such environments can create a mismatch between the anticipated(More)
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