Ultimate Guide to Sales Training Potent Tactics to Accelerate Sales Performance

ISBN-10: 0470900008
ISBN-13: 9780470900000
Edition: 2nd 2012
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List price: $47.50
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Limited
Publication date: 3/9/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 544
Size: 7.75" wide x 9.00" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 2.486

#60;b#62;Dominique Paret#60;/b#62; is currently Technical Support Manager for "Innovation and Emerging Business" at Philips Semiconductors France. He works mainly on two cutting edge areas: #60;b#62;New concepts for Automotive#60;/b#62; (CAN, LIN, Very high speed buses, Time Triggered concept - FlexRay, Safe by Wire, SBC, Fail Safe systems, etc.) and #60;b#62;Identification#60;/b#62; (including Smart Cards (contact & contactless), RFID (from 125 kHz to 5,8 GHz), e-Government applications (e-Passport, e-Visas, e-ID cards, etc.), NFC (Near Filed Applications), etc). He also represents Philips Semiconductors France in several national and international standardization organizations.#60;br#62;In addition, he teaches industrial LAN and RFID in Electronic High Schools in France and occasionally South Africa. He has already published several technical books which are available in French, Spanish and English.

Acknowledgements
Foreword
Preface
Introduction
Review and supplementary information
Review
The Elements of a Contactless Device
General Operating Principles of the �ǣBase Station���Transponder�Ǡ Pair
Before We Continue . . . Conventional Notation
The Transponder: Supplementary Information
Ready���made Products
Specification or Choice of the Transponder Integrated Circuit
The Transponder Antenna
The Base Station: Supplementary Information
The Base Station Antenna
Review and Supplementary Technical Information
Structure of the Driver Stage of the Base Station Antenna
The Downlink
Summary of the Principal Formulae of Chapters 2 and 3
Applications and implementation
Design and Implementation of a �ǣContactless�Ǡ Application
Specifying an Application
Specifying the Requirements
Specifying the Near Environment of the Application
How to Approach an Application
Choice of the Operating Frequency
Overview of the Frequencies Used in RFID
Choosing the Right Frequency
Examples
Examples at 125kHz
The Usual Constants and Parameters of Applications Operating at 125 kHz
Example
Examples at 13.56MHz
The Usual Constants and Parameters of Applications Operating at 13.56 kHz
ISO 14 443 �ǣProximity�Ǡ Applications (Approximately 10 cm)
�ǣVicinity�Ǡ Applications (Approximately 70 cm) of the ISO 15 693 or 18 000 Type and Long���range Applications for Vicinity Cards or Item Management
Applications and Conformity with Standards
Antennae and their technology
The Transponder Antenna and its Technology
The Range of Technologies
The Geometrical Shapes of the Windings
The Base Station Antenna and Its Technology
Shape, Size and Technology of the Base Station Antenna
The electronics involved
Electronic Systems of the Base Station
Standard Base Station Circuits
Advanced Base Station Circuits
The Output Stage Transmission Part
Driving the Antenna
The Demodulators
The Common Reception/Transmission Part
Tools and Measurement Methods
Development Aids and Tools
Simulation of the System Performance
Development Aid Tools
Measurement Methods for Contactless Systems
The Principal Parameters to be Measured for a Transponder
Transponder Measurement Methods and Set���ups
Measuring Complete Systems
Conclusions
The Future
Appendix A
Duality of Series and Parallel RLC Circuits
Useful Addresses and Information
Index

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