The next-generation standard for radio frequency identification is here, and many believe it represents the tipping point for RFID adoption by retailers and manufacturers. Since 1999, RFID has been groomed to be the product-identification technology that could replace the bar code. For that to happen, however, a new global standard for RFID, a decades-old technology, had to be developed. This standard would apply to RFID tags and readers, just as the standard for bar-code technology applies ...
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