"Yoking-proofs" for RFID tags

  title={"Yoking-proofs" for RFID tags},
  author={Ari Juels},
  journal={IEEE Annual Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communications Workshops, 2004. Proceedings of the Second},
RFID (radio-frequency identification) tags are small, inexpensive microchips capable of transmitting unique identifiers wirelessly over a short distance. Thanks to their utility in automating supply-chain logistics, RFID tags promise eventually to supplant the optical barcode as a means of identifying goods. We propose the concept of a yoking-proof, namely a proof that a pair of RFID tags has been scanned simultaneously. Our particular aim is to permit tags to generate a proof that is… CONTINUE READING
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