Information technology - Automatic identification and data capture (AIDC) techniques - Harmonized vocabulary - Part 3: Radio frequency identification (RFID) (ISO/IEC 19762-3:2008)

ISO/IEC 19762-3:2008 provides terms and definitions unique to radio frequency identification (RFID) in the area of automatic identification and data capture techniques. This glossary of terms enables the communication between non-specialist users and specialists in RFID through a common understanding of basic and advanced concepts.

Informationstechnik - Automatische Identifikation und Datenerfassungs-verfahren (AIDC) - Harmonisiertes Vokabular - Teil 3: Identifizierung von Waren mittels Hochfrequenz (RFID) (ISO/IEC 19762-3:2008)

Dieser Teil von ISO/IEC 19762 stellt spezielle Begriffe und deren Definitionen in Bezug auf die Identifizierung von Waren mittels Hochfrequenz (RFID) im Bereich der automatischen Identifikation und Datenerfassungs-verfahren bereit. Die in diesem Fachwortverzeichnis enthaltenen Begriffe ermöglichen die Kommunikation zwischen (nicht speziell ausgebildeten) Anwendern und RFID-Fachexperten, da sie ein allgemeines Verständnis grundlegender und erweiterter Konzepte vermitteln.

Technologies de l'information - Techniques automatiques d'identification et de saisie de données (AIDC) - Vocabulaire harmonisé - Partie 3: Identification par radiofréquence (RFID) (ISO/IEC 19762-3:2008)

L'ISO/CEI 19762-3:2008 fournit des termes et des définitions propres à l'identification par radiofréquence (RFID) dans le secteur des techniques automatiques d'identification et de saisie de données (AIDC). Ce glossaire de termes permet aux spécialistes et aux autres utilisateurs non spécialistes du secteur RFID de communiquer par le biais d'une compréhension commune de concepts de base et développés.

Informacijska tehnologija - Tehnike za samodejno razpoznavanje in zajem podatkov (AIDC) - Harmoniziran slovar - 3. del: Radiofrekvenčno razpoznavanje (RFID) (ISO/IEC 19762-3:2008)

Ta del standarda ISO/IEC 19762 določa enolične izraze in definicije za radiofrekvenčno razpoznavanje (RFID) na področju tehnik za samodejno razpoznavanje in zajem podatkov. Glosar izrazov omogoča komunikacijo med nestrokovnimi uporabniki in strokovnjaki na področju radiofrekvenčnega razpoznavanja s splošnim razumevanjem osnovnih in naprednih pojmov.

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Information technology - Automatic identification and data capture (AIDC) techniques -

Harmonized vocabulary - Part 3: Radio frequency identification (RFID) (ISO/IEC 19762-

3:2008)

Informationstechnik - Automatische Identifikation und Datenerfassungs-verfahren (AIDC)

- Harmonisiertes Vokabular - Teil 3: Identifizierung von Waren mittels Hochfrequenz

(RFID) (ISO/IEC 19762-3:2011)

Technologies de l'information - Techniques automatiques d'identification et de saisie de

données (AIDC) - Vocabulaire harmonisé - Partie 3: Identification par radiofréquence

(RFID) (ISO/IEC 19762-3:2008)
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EN ISO 19762-3
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ICS 01.040.35; 35.040
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Information technology - Automatic identification and data
capture (AIDC) techniques - Harmonized vocabulary - Part 3:
Radio frequency identification (RFID) (ISO/IEC 19762-3:2008)

Technologies de l'information - Techniques automatiques Informationstechnik - Automatische Identifikation und

d'identification et de saisie de données (AIDC) - Datenerfassungs-verfahren (AIDC) - Harmonisiertes

Vocabulaire harmonisé - Partie 3: Identification par Vokabular - Teil 3: Identifizierung von Waren mittels

radiofréquence (RFID) (ISO/IEC 19762-3:2008) Hochfrequenz (RFID) (ISO/IEC 19762-3:2008)

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The text of ISO/IEC 19762-3:2008 has been prepared by Technical Committee ISO/IEC JTC/TC 1

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STANDARD 19762-3
Second edition
2008-06-15
Information technology — Automatic
identification and data capture (AIDC)
techniques — Harmonized vocabulary —
Part 3:
Radio frequency identification (RFID)
Technologies de l'information — Techniques automatiques
d'identification et de saisie de données (AIDC) — Vocabulaire
harmonisé —
Partie 3: Identification par radiofréquence (RFID)
Reference number
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Foreword............................................................................................................................................................ iv

Introduction ........................................................................................................................................................ v

1 Scope..................................................................................................................................................... 1

2 Classification of entries ....................................................................................................................... 1

3 Terms and definitions........................................................................................................................... 1

4 Abbreviations ...................................................................................................................................... 12

Bibliography ..................................................................................................................................................... 13

Index.................................................................................................................................................................. 14

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ISO/IEC 19762-3 was prepared by Joint Technical Committee ISO/IEC JTC 1, Information technology,

Subcommittee SC 31, Automatic identification and data capture techniques.

This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition (ISO/IEC 19762-3:2005), which has been technically

revised.

ISO/IEC 19762 consists of the following parts, under the general title Information technology — Automatic

identification and data capture (AIDC) techniques — Harmonized vocabulary:
⎯ Part 1: General terms relating to AIDC
⎯ Part 2: Optically readable media (ORM)
⎯ Part 3: Radio frequency identification (RFID)
⎯ Part 4: General terms relating to radio communications
⎯ Part 5: Locating systems
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Introduction

ISO/IEC 19762 is intended to facilitate international communication in information technology, specifically in

the area of automatic identification and data capture (AIDC) techniques. It provides a listing of terms and

definitions used across multiple AIDC techniques.

Abbreviations used within each part of ISO/IEC 19762 and an index of all definitions used within each part of

ISO/IEC 19762 are found at the end of the relevant part.
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Information technology — Automatic identification and data
capture (AIDC) techniques — Harmonized vocabulary —
Part 3:
Radio frequency identification (RFID)
1 Scope

This part of ISO/IEC 19762 provides terms and definitions unique to radio frequency identification (RFID) in

the area of automatic identification and data capture techniques. This glossary of terms enables the

communication between non-specialist users and specialists in RFID through a common understanding of

basic and advanced concepts.
2 Classification of entries

The numbering system employed within ISO/IEC 19762 is in the format nn.nn.nnn, in which the first two

numbers (nn.nn.nnn) represent the “Top Level” reflecting whether the term is related to 01 = common to all

AIDC techniques, 02 = common to all optically readable media, 03 = linear bar code symbols, 04 = two-

dimensional symbols, 05 = radio frequency identification, 06 = general terms relating to radio, 07 = real time

locating systems, and 08 = MIIM. The second two numbers (nn.nn.nnn) represent the “Mid Level” reflecting

whether the term is related to 01 = basic concepts/data, 02 = technical features, 03 symbology, 04 = hardware,

and 05 = applications. The third two or three numbers (nn.nn.nnn) represent the “Fine” reflecting a sequence

of terms.

The numbering in this part of ISO/IEC 19762 employs “Top Level” numbers (nn.nn.nnn) of 05.

3 Terms and definitions
05.01.01
radio frequency identification
RFlD

use of electromagnetic or inductive coupling in the radio frequency portion of the spectrum to communicate to

or from a tag through a variety of modulation and encoding schemes to uniquely read the identity of an RF

Tag
05.01.02
backscatter(1)

process whereby a transponder responds to a reader/interrogation signal or field by modulating and re-

radiating or transmitting the response signal at the same carrier frequency
05.01.03
backscatter(2)

technique for retrieving information from a tag in which the narrow band energy from the interrogator is

reflected back to the interrogator in varying degrees as the impedance of the tag antenna is modulated

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awake

state at which the tag’s receiver is powered and able to receive and respond to a transmission from a

compliant interrogator
05.01.05
enrolment
process by which a tag initially becomes associated with an interrogator
05.01.06
false activation

response due to the result of a ‘foreign’ or non-assigned transponder entering the interrogation zone of a

radio frequency identification system and effecting a response, erroneous or otherwise

05.01.07
family of tags

group of tags with differing capabilities which are nevertheless capable of communicating ID numbers and/or

data with a common interrogator
05.01.08
in field reporting

mode of operation in which a reader/interrogator reports a transponder ID when the transponder enters the

interrogation zone and then periodically at a prescribed interval of time while the tag remains in the

interrogation zone
cf. out of field reporting
05.01.09
out of field reporting

mode of operation in which the identification of a transponder is reported as or once the transponder leaves

the reader interrogation zone
05.01.10
interrogation
process of communicating with and reading a transponder
05.01.11
interrogation zone

region in which a transponder or group of transponders can be effectively read by an associated radio

frequency identification reader/interrogator
05.01.12
tag ID
generic reference to either a manufacturer tag ID or user tag ID
05.01.13
user tag ID
user-defined tag identifier
NOTE The user tag ID may not be a unique identifier.
05.01.14
manufacturer tag ID
reference number which uniquely identifies the tag
05.01.15
orientation sensitivity

sensitivity of response for a transponder expressed as a function of angular variation or orientation

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phantom transaction
report of a non-existent tag
05.01.17
INCITS T6

technical committee of the ANSI accredited standards developer responsible for the development of RFID

technical standards within the United States
NOTE Formerly known as X3T6 and NCITS T6.
05.01.18
rate
quantity of tags per unit time including impulse and steady state
NOTE Tag population will be both static and dynamic.
05.02.01
identify

process of tag segregation and isolation, resulting in a uniquely addressable means to communicate with a

tag (the tag ID)
NOTE Application data has not been accessed.
05.02.02
identification range

range at which an RFID system can reliably identify desired tags under defined conditions

05.02.03
identification rate

rate at which an RFID system can reliably identify desired tags under defined conditions

05.02.04
read

process of tag transaction to retrieve information from identified tag population, including both single byte and

multiple byte transactions
05.02.05
read range

range at which an RFID system can reliably read from desired tags under defined conditions

05.02.06
read rate

rate at which an RFID system may reliably read desired tags under defined conditions

05.02.07
write(1)
process of tag transaction to write information into identified tag population

NOTE This process will include both single byte and multiple byte transactions. Write with verification will be

available.
05.02.08
write range

range at which an RFID system may reliably write to desired tags under defined conditions

05.02.09
write rate

rate at which an RFID system may reliably write to desired tags under defined conditions

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pick rate
percentage detection rate for an RF system

NOTE This is a function the speed of throughput, tag orientation, number of tags present, etc.

05.02.11
in-use programming

tags in read/write systems that have the ability to read from and write to a transponder while it is attached to

the object or item for which it is being used
05.02.12
re-programmability

ability to change the data content of a transponder using a suitable programming device

cf. in-use programming
05.02.13
read only

transponder in which the data is stored in an unchangeable manner and can therefore only be read

cf. factory programming
05.02.14
field programming

programming information into the tags after the tag has been shipped from the manufacturer to an OEM

customer or end user or in some cases to the manufacturer’s distribution locations

NOTE Field programming usually occurs before the tag is installed on the object to be identified. This approach

enables the introduction of data relevant to the specifics of the application into the tag at any time; however, the tag would

typically have to be removed from its object. In some cases, change or duplication of all data in the tag is possible. In other

cases, some portion is reserved for factory programming. This might include a unique tag serial number, for example.

Field programming is usually associated with Write Once Read Many (WORM) and read/write (RW) devices. The data

entered into a transponder may be by a combination of factory and field programming.

cf. factory programming, field programming
05.02.15
factory programming

entering of data into a transponder as part of the manufacturing process, resulting in a read-only tag

cf. field programming
05.02.16
return link (uplink)
communications from tag to interrogator
05.02.17
roaming
ability of a tag to move from one interrogator’s cell to another
05.02.18
selection

process by which an interrogator requests that a specific tag or subset of tags responds to the interrogator

05.02.19
separation
operational distance between two tags or between a tag and the interrogator
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shadowing

condition in which an object located between an interrogator and a tag obscures the signals thus preventing

a successful transaction
05.02.21
abstract syntax

〈OSI Presentation Service〉 specification of application layer data or application protocol control information by

using notation rules that are independent of the encoding technique used to represent them

05.02.22
inventoried flag
flag that indicates whether a tag may respond to an interrogator

NOTE Tags maintain a separate inventoried flag for each of four sessions, where each flag has

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