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Simulate the commmunication between the tag and the reader

4 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2006-08-14 17:10:27.0Z
bek's Posted on 2006-08-08 19:01:25.0Z
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Im intrested about the wireless communication between the
RFID component (Tag, reader).
I would like to know if it is possible, to simulate using
"ianywhere" an RFID system (Tag, reader and wireless
channel), which enables to measure the Pathloss between the
tag and the reader inside a room. the scenario, is that
reader can move and read the data from the tags (fixed or in
motion) and measure the pathloss between them.


David Torrecilla Posted on 2006-08-10 07:09:23.0Z
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Hi,

is quite difficult to measure the pathloss between a tag and a reader,
because in a real world scenary there is a lot of devices "making noise"
which distrubs the radio signal that the reader sends and comeback from the
tag that is way Rfid Anywhere does not provide that to you. If you really
need to measure that you need to be in touch with people like Ventura
Research which can help you with that issue.

Regards,
David

<bek's> wrote in message news:44d8df85.47b9.1681692777@sybase.com...
> Im intrested about the wireless communication between the
> RFID component (Tag, reader).
> I would like to know if it is possible, to simulate using
> "ianywhere" an RFID system (Tag, reader and wireless
> channel), which enables to measure the Pathloss between the
> tag and the reader inside a room. the scenario, is that
> reader can move and read the data from the tags (fixed or in
> motion) and measure the pathloss between them.


bek's Posted on 2006-08-14 16:24:16.0Z
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Hi David
Thank you for your answer, I google about Ventura research,
but I didnt find information about them, could you please
give more info about them,
Thanks in advance
Bek's

> Hi,
>
> is quite difficult to measure the pathloss between a tag
> and a reader, because in a real world scenary there is a
> lot of devices "making noise" which distrubs the radio
> signal that the reader sends and comeback from the tag
> that is way Rfid Anywhere does not provide that to you. If
> you really need to measure that you need to be in touch
> with people like Ventura Research which can help you with
> that issue.
>
> Regards,
> David
>


Tony Woods Posted on 2006-08-14 17:10:27.0Z
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The company is Venture Research. I'm sure just a typo on
David's part.

Venture Research, http://ventureresearch.com/, is a company
located in Plano, TX just north of Dallas.

TW

<bek's> wrote in message
news:44e0a3b0.3d4a.1681692777@sybase.com...
> Hi David
> Thank you for your answer, I google about Ventura
> research,
> but I didnt find information about them, could you please
> give more info about them,
> Thanks in advance
> Bek's
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> is quite difficult to measure the pathloss between a tag
>> and a reader, because in a real world scenary there is a
>> lot of devices "making noise" which distrubs the radio
>> signal that the reader sends and comeback from the tag
>> that is way Rfid Anywhere does not provide that to you.
>> If
>> you really need to measure that you need to be in touch
>> with people like Ventura Research which can help you
>> with
>> that issue.
>>
>> Regards,
>> David
>>