Implementation of radio frequency identification middleware with database

  title={Implementation of radio frequency identification middleware with database},
  author={Bocheng Chen and Andy Mak and Fengqun Lin and Bo Yuan and Wenhuang Liu and Hongyang Wang},
  journal={Transactions of the Institute of Measurement and Control},
  pages={455 - 465}
This paper introduces the principle of a radio frequency identification (RFID) middleware, including its characteristics, problems and implementation in relation to Electronic Product Code (EPC). The targeted users are small and medium-sized domestic enterprises (SMEs), who need flexible and convenient solutions. This paper provides a framework and construction solutions of this simple RFID middleware, and discusses EPC concepts, solutions and advantages. It has been found that the best… 

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