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RFID For Libraries: A practical guide by Paul M. Pandian
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RFID for Libraries: A Practical Guide
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RFID For Libraries: A practical guide
We all know RFID is harmless, right? My answer is that if you are concerned about EMF electomagnetic radiation exposure , then library RFID tags should be the least of your worries. Worked with library to re-envision interlibrary sorting and delivery operations. I've suggested many times that somewhere along the way, we are going to need to find a way to test the encoding of our RFID tags.
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Session was sponsored by PLA. I provided the overview of the materials handling automation market and then each presenter talked about what they learned about how to reduce operating expenses as part of their implementation and operation of an automated materials handling system. Skip to main content.