IEEE International Conference on RFID 2007
Gaylord Texan Resort, Grapevine, Texas, USA
March 26-28, 2007

What is IEEE RFID 2007

The IEEE International Conference on RFID 2007 — IEEE RFID 2007 — is the first in a series of annual conferences dedicated to addressing the technical and policy challenges in the areas of radio frequency identification (RFID) technologies, their supporting large-scale distributed information systems, and their applications. The IEEE RFID series serves as the premier international forum addressing technologies, systems, networks, algorithms, and applications that support the development and adoption of RF-based wireless communications and identification systems.

RFID systems draw upon multiple diverse fields of study, including electromagnetic theory, wireless communication and networking, antenna theory and design, analog and digital VLSI design and manufacturing, embedded systems, distributed systems and database design and management, materials science, and the specific fields necessary to effectively apply RFID systems within specific applications.

IEEE RFID 2007 is a highly selective conference focusing on wireless identification and sensing systems, technical and policy-related research and solutions on the technologies, design, manufacture, deployment, and application of RFID systems and their supporting information systems and application infrastructures. This conference is ideal for addressing the challenges facing the design, manufacture, deployment, use, and fundamental limits of RFID systems.

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Contact: Debbie Rudolph
(202) 785-0017
IEEE New Technology Directions Committee

Contact: Bichlien Hoang
(732) 562-5549
Region 5 Conference Activities
Contact: Donald Dunn

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IEEE Societies: Circuits & Systems, Communications, Electron Devices, Engineering in Medicine and Biology, Microwave Theory & Techniques, Professional Communication, Social Implications of Technology; Vehicular Technology; University of Texas at Arlington.