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Radio-Frequency Identification: A Promising Museum Tool

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Radio-frequency identification involves a reading apparatus emitting a low frequency magnetic field and a passive receptor called a transponder. This new technology is already proving its worth in industry and, more recently, in a pilot effort to deter motorcycle thieves and trace stolen vehicles. Its potential applications for museums are described by Victoria E. Roeser, a marketing executive with the firm Electronic Identification Devices Ltd.
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Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Electronic Identification Devices Ltd

Publication date: 1997-04-01

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