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SHARES combines existing High Frequency (HF) assets from 96 Federal, state, and industry organizations into a single emergency voice and data message handling network, totaling 1168 stations, supporting national security and emergency preparedness (NS/EP). Description. 2. . . . . . . . AGENCY BSHARES Station.
SHAred RESources (SHARES) High Frequency Radio Program. SHARES Overview Briefing Office Of The Manager, National Communications System (OMNCS) 701 South Court House Road Arlington, Virginia 22204-2198 Presenter: SHARES Program Office
Radio Frequency Identification Yang Gu What is RFID? RFID is a generic term It use radio waves to automatically identify objects. the most common method is to store a serial number on a microchip that is attached to an antenna . RFID System, Components Components T ransponder (tag)
Radio Frequency Identification. The next thing…. Some definitions. Self service Patrons checking material in and / or out themselves either using barcode or RFID Radio frequency identification (RFID) A technology that uses radio waves to uniquely identify an object
Radio-Frequency Identification. MBUS 626 IT Seminar Group 5 Kevin Frei Stephen Grant. What is RFID? . RFID uses radios waves to exchange information between an electronic tag and a reader. Tags can vary greatly in size. Most RFID tags are passive. History of RFID Technology.
RADIO FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION. By Basia Korel. Automatic Identification. Technology for identifying items Three step process 1) Identify people/objects 2) Obtains information 3) Transfers data to computer. Radio Frequency Identification. Auto ID with a wireless system Via radio waves
Radio Frequency Interference. ARRL Book Section 3.5. Interference. Hearing something or signals getting where not suppose to Things like hearing the radio on your telephone or telephone calls on your TV Sometimes get complaints that radio is interfering with neighbors television