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DOI https://doi.org/10.1051/matecconf/201819711014
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passive RFID and active RFID. The purpose of this MATEC Web of Conferences 112, 05012 (2017)
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research is to know the in uence of the media barrier
in the form of iron, aluminium, marble, glass, wood, and Bookmarking
acrylic, to prove the in uence of position of laying on
tags that tilted and upright against a range of active      B
RFID readout and passive. Knowing the shape of the
radiation pattern between active and passive RFID. The
most media give in uence on the range of active RFID is  Reader's services
aluminium which resulted 2.38 and the lowest media  Email-alert
gives in uence on the range of active RFID is wood
which resulted 10.21 m. Whereas in passive RFID, the
most media give in uence on the range of passive RFID
is Aluminium which resulted 0 cm and the lowest
media give in uence on the range of passive RFID is
acrylic which resulted 42.7 cm. in testing about the
in uence of laying on the position of the tags obtained
that in Active RFID or RFID passive can be inferred that
the laying position tags give in uence on the range of
readings on the position of the direction of Y,-Y,-X. X.

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