RFID Anti-Collision Technology in Big Data Environment
Keywords:RFID, anti-collision, Tree-based algorithm, Manchester code
Along with the rapid development of Web of Things, the RFID technology is widely applied in every field, but today, the great challenge we face is how to avoid information conflict and collision in the process of acquisition and treatment of massive information. It is the keystone of the study. This paper conducts a comparative analysis on different Tree-based algorithms as improved, and integrated with multiple sub-cycle response mechanism, a Multi-Response Collision Tree algorithm is proposed. And beyond that, this paper simulates and analyzed this algorithm and other improved ones. The results reveal that, compared to other algorithms, MRCT algorithm features a better performance, less recognition cycles, least query time slots on average, and ceiling throughput rate.
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