An analysis of the effects of RFID tags on narrowband instrument landing systems

  title={An analysis of the effects of RFID tags on narrowband instrument landing systems},
  author={E. F. Charles LaBerge and Dongsong Zeng},
  journal={2007 IEEE/AIAA 26th Digital Avionics Systems Conference},
The use of RFID tags to identify and track cargo is already common, and expected to grow. Inevitably, many such tags will be used on air freight shipments. Therefore, the effects of such RFID tags on common avionics is an issue of concern to owners, operators, regulators and the traveling public. A recent study by NASA Langley Research Center identified a particular RFID device having a relatively high level of emissions in the 328.6-335.4 MHz band associated with the instrument landing system… CONTINUE READING
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