An Architectural Approach for Reducing Power and Increasing Security of RFID Tags

@inproceedings{Tung2007AnAA,
  title={An Architectural Approach for Reducing Power and Increasing Security of RFID Tags},
  author={Shenchih Tung},
  year={2007}
}
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology is currently employed for a variety of applications such as RFIDbased wireless payment, healthcare, homeland security, asset management, etc. Due to newer privacy requirements and increasingly secure applications, typical RFID tags are required to expand security features such as data encryption and safe transactions. However, RFID tags have extremely strict low-power consumption requirements. Thus, reduced power consumption and secure data and… CONTINUE READING

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