RFID Technology

Jyoti Devi

Abstract


A library is a growing organism. As it grows in size the problems associated with the maintenance and security of the documents also grows. The researchers have always helped the librarian in solving their problems. To solve the problems of arranging documents in order they have given classification scheme.To solve the problems of searching documents they have given cataloguing guidelines. To automate the counter activities they gave us bar-codes. Bar-codes have served the librarians and libraries for a long time, and now it is slowly getting replaced by RFID (Radio Frequency Identification).


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