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Subject: RFID systems

RFID systems

From: Loren C. Pigniolo <misterpuerh>
Date: Sunday, July 27, 2003
Has anyone considered using writable RFID tags as a means for
attaching conservation metadata to treated objects?  I am aware of
several vendors offering RFID systems that link back to a database.
However, I am interested in the idea that an object could carry
varying amounts of preservation metadata with it throughout its
life.  Depending on the object and the amount of metadata required
(among other variables), such a tag could be quite tiny and,
therefore, relatively unobtrusive.

Loren C. Pigniolo
Graduate Student, School of Library and Information Science
San Jose State University, San Jose, California


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