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Ultra-high Frequency RFID Tag Based on Functional Nanomaterials and Its Application in Smart Library

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DOI: 10.23977/jeis.2024.090206 | Downloads: 46 | Views: 235


Lu Tang 1


1 Library, Central China Normal University, Wuhan, Hubei, 430079, China

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Lu Tang


As times change and technology advances, people are increasingly enjoying the convenience brought by modern technology, and the library industry is no exception. Now more and more libraries have begun to adopt RFID technology. Compared with the traditional "barcode + magnetic stripe" technology, the application of RFID technology for book management is a huge innovation and upgrade. RFID has many features, which can allow libraries to provide more and more humanized services. So, this paper mainly studies the application of RFID technology in the field of libraries, taking the UHF RFID tags currently prevalent in large libraries as the main point of this research. It builds a security system for borrowing and returning management, so as to better manage the library. The results show that most of the experimental groups that pass the safety gate have a goodness of fit exceeding 0.9. The intelligent management of books can be effectively realized based on UHF RFID tags.


Functional Nanomaterials, RFID Technology, Ultrahigh Frequency RFID Tags, Smart Library


Lu Tang, Ultra-high Frequency RFID Tag Based on Functional Nanomaterials and Its Application in Smart Library. Journal of Electronics and Information Science (2024) Vol. 9: 43-52. DOI:


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