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

By BSi

Info and documentation. RFID in libraries. Encoding of RFID information components in accordance with ideas from ISO/IEC 15962

Descriptors Library and knowledge technology, Libraries, details operations, Radiofrequencies, identity equipment, Labels, Radiocommunication, details trade, Coding (data conversion), facts components, info processing, information representation

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

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B) Encoding continues with the next three characters {E-H}, which are from the same character set and encode as: “00101”, “00000”, “01000”. c) The next two characters are lowercase {eu}, and cannot be encoded in the same character set as used for the first four characters. Therefore, a latch lower control character needs to be encoded as “11100”. d) The two lowercase characters {eu} are then encoded as “00101”, “10101”. e) The next character is from the numeric set and cannot be encoded in the same character set as currently being encoded.

The command supports an argument that enables the modified data set to be locked. The response from the command either indicates success, or reasons for failure in invoking the command including the inability to modify a data set that is already locked. 9 Delete-Object The Delete-Object command enables a complete data set to be deleted from the RFID tag. This can only be achieved if the data set is not locked. The response from the command indicates whether the action was successful, or provides reasons for failure.

The response from a successful read returns the AFI and DSFID values. 8 Modify-Object The Modify-Object command is used to change the value of the data object, and effectively overwrite the associated data set. If the data set is already locked, it cannot be modified. The command supports an argument that enables the modified data set to be locked. The response from the command either indicates success, or reasons for failure in invoking the command including the inability to modify a data set that is already locked.

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