On BFSA Collision Resolution in LF, HF, and UHF RFID Networks

  title={On BFSA Collision Resolution in LF, HF, and UHF RFID Networks},
  author={Varun Bhogal and Zornitza Genova Prodanoff and Sanjay P. Ahuja and Kenneth Martin},
  journal={Int. J. Wirel. Networks Broadband Technol.},
RFID radio frequency identification technology has gained popularity in a number of applications. Decreased cost of hardware components along with wide adoption of international RFID standards have led to the rise of this technology. One of the major factors associated with the implementation of RFID infrastructure is the cost of tags. RFID tags operating in the low frequency spectrum are widely used because they are the least expensive, but have a small implementation range. This paper… 
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