Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Systems is used in libraries for book identification, for self checkout, for anti-theft control. These applications can lead to significant savings in labour costs, enhance customer service, lower book theft and provide a constant update of collections of books. It also increases the speed and efficiency of book borrowing, returning and monitoring, and thus frees staff from doing manual work so that they could be used to enhance user-services task. The efficiency of this system is depending upon the information to be written in tag. To obtain best performance, RFID readers and RFID tags must be of good quality. Tags or transponders, the vital components of RFID, are the electronic chips consisting of an integrated circuit and antenna coil that communicate with a reader by means of a radio frequency signal. Since RFID does not require ‘line-of-sight’ between the transponder and the reader, it surmounts the limitations of other automatic identification devices, such as bar coding. Smart labels/tags are designed for lasting to lifetime of the item they identify and also perform the EAS (Electronic Article Surveillance) function to detect the thefts.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 9

Page(s): 749 - 754
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