Optimizition of an RFID-Enabled Networks using Fuzzy Logic Technique

  • Dr. Saleh Alyahya, Dr. Ashit Kumar Dutta


Radio frequency identification (RFID) technology provides options to facilitate automatic identification and manage information using radio waves. It provides solutions to problems related to logistics/urban infrastructure management. Nevertheless, some of the serious challenges with RFID: i. collecting tag information, ii. RFID reader collisions and iii. security. Recently, authors have found solutions to address the issues in RFID. The exponential growth of technology requires more efficient solutions for RFID to handle such large amount of data. In order to process complex data, fuzzy logic is used to process vague data and produce better outcome. This paper aims to propose a method to optimize RFID network with the support of fuzzy logic. The study focusses on the issues in collecting tag information and reader collisions. An experiment was carried out on the real-time environment with 120 RFID tags. The performance of the proposed method was satisfactory comparing to an existing optimizing algorithm.

How to Cite
Dr. Saleh Alyahya, Dr. Ashit Kumar Dutta. (2020). Optimizition of an RFID-Enabled Networks using Fuzzy Logic Technique. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(3), 9274 - 9288. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/13426