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RFID For Dummies Paperback – April 1, 2005
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From the Back Cover
Discover how RFID can save your business money
See what goes into an RFID set-up, choose your equipment, andtest your system
Is the rush to implement RFID causing you sleepless nights? Takeheart! As more and more retailers require their suppliers to get onthe RFID bandwagon, this book can save the day. Even if you're ITchallenged and skipped physics class, you'll discover how RFIDworks and how to set up and deploy your network just intime.
Discover how to
- Plan your RFID implementation
- Evaluate and choose system components
- Compare types of RFID tags
- Assess your site
- Set up and test readers
- Administer and maintain your system
About the Author
Patrick J. Sweeney II heads ODIN Technologies, an RFID integration and software development company. He learned the technology at MIT and is considered an industry expert.
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Beyond this; if you're looking for something to read before you go to sleep; this might be considered an "Ambien" of a book.
Do not be fooled by the 'For Dummies' title.
However, the book is outdated (2005!!!!) and I would not recommend buying one until an update for 2008 is released.
Otherwise I would give it 5 stars.
That being said, the basics are all there and I am learning from the text. As with most books in the "For Dummies" series, the information is clearly presented and reviews