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This paper provides a survey on radio frequency identification (RFID) technology. Initially RFID tags were developed to eventually replace barcodes in supply chains. Their advantages are that they can be read wirelessly and without line of sight, contain ore infor ation than barcodes, and are ore robust. The paper describes the current technology, including the frequency ranges used and standards. !ith the increasing ubiquity of RFID tags, however, privacy beca e a concern. The paper outlines possible attac"s that can violate one#s privacy and it also describes counter easures. The RFID technology did not stop at ite $level tagging. The paper also presents current research that focuses on locating and trac"ing labeled ob%ect that ove. &ince the uses for RFID tags are so widespread, there is a large interest in lowering the costs for producing the . It turns out that printing tags ight beco e a viable alternative to traditional production. The paper reviews the current progress.
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