RFID+ Study Guide and Practice Exams
Study Guide and Practice ExamsBy
- Paul Sanghera, Educator, technologist, and an entrepreneur, California, USA
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is an automatic identification method, relying on storing and remotely retrieving data using devices called RFID tags (also called transponders). This book is a guide to CompTIA's new RFID+ Security exam and includes the following study elements: Exam objectives covered in a chapter are clearly explained in the beginning of the chapter, Notes and Alerts highlight the crucial points, Exams Eye View emphasizes the important points from the exams perspective, Key Terms present definitions, Review Questions contain questions modeled after the real exam questions. Answers to these questions are presented with complete explanations in an appendix. Also included is a full practice exam modeled after the real exam. The answers to the exam questions are presented with full explanations.
Audience: This book targets a wide spectrum of audience:
1. Readers who want to prepare for the CompTIA RFID+ exam.
2. RFID professionals can use it as a quick reference.
3. Beginners who want to join the RFID profession.
4. Instructors can use it as a text book for a basic course on RFID
Paperback, 352 Pages
Published: February 2007
- CHAPTER 1. Introduction to Physics, Math, and RFID: Mind the GAP CHAPTER 2. Understanding Physics of Radio FrequencyCHAPTER 3. Understanding RFID TagsCHAPTER 4. Understanding Interrogation Zone BasicsCHAPTER 5. Understanding Standards and RegulationsCHAPTER 6. Selecting the RFID System DesignCHAPTER 7. Performing Site AnalysisCHAPTER 8. Performing InstallationCHAPTER 9. Working with RFID PeripheralsCHAPTER 10. Testing and TroubleshootingGlossaryAPPENDIX A: Answers to Review QuestionsAPPENDIX B: A Complete Practice Exam