BS ISO 28560-2:2011 Information and documentation. RFID in by BSi

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Details and documentation. RFID in libraries. Encoding of RFID facts parts in accordance with ideas from ISO/IEC 15962

Descriptors Library and data technological know-how, Libraries, details operations, Radiofrequencies, id tools, Labels, Radiocommunication, info trade, Coding (data conversion), info components, information processing, information representation

ICS: 35.040 (Character units and knowledge coding)
35.240.30 (IT purposes in details, documentation and publishing)

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6 Read-Object-Identifiers The Read-Object-Identifiers command reads all the object identifiers, but not the associated data objects, from an RFID tag. The command is mainly used as part of a “housekeeping” procedure, for example to check that the OID-Index is correctly encoded, or when a new loan item is brought in from another source such as an interlibrary loan. The response from the command provides a list of all of the Relative-OIDs encoded on the tag, or details of any failure to execute the command.

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