RFID Basics Course
This course helps learners to understand the fundamentals of RFID technology and provides an overview of RFID hardware including different types of tags, tag frequencies, readers, antennas, and so on. The middleware as well as EPC network and current mandates are also briefly discussed. This course is a foundation to the whole suite of RFID4U e-learning courses that take you deeper into all topics mentioned here as well as provide insight into various verticals and uses of RFID technology.
RFID Basics course discusses:
- Value proposition
- RFID System components
- Comparison to other Auto-ID technologies
- RFID Hardware Tags, Readers
- RFID Software
- EPC Network
- Software: drivers, middleware, enterprise applications
Languages: English, Spanish
Duration: 2 hrs. +
RFID and DoD/UID Compliance
This course is essential for anyone who wants to learn more about the RFID policies and mandates U.S. Department of Defense posed on its suppliers. This course explains what UID is, how it is created and which items must be marked with UID. It also discusses the RFID mandate and explains which units need RFID tag, what type of identification should be encoded into this tag and how to submit the information through the Wide Area Work Flow. Various compliance options are presented as well as demos of popular compliance software on the market. This course also includes exercises that teach how to correctly encode a DoD construct as well as create a compliant RFID label.
RFID and UID DoD Compliance course covers:
- DoDs RFID Policy
- Wide Area Work Flow
- Tag Data
- Compliance Options
- Compliance Software
Duration: 2 hrs. +
RFID+ Certification Practice Exam: Test Drive
This is an actual 81 question practice exam to allow you to test drive our CAQC approved RFIDQ® Exam Simulator. In this exam you will get 81 questions in 90 min. The exam is timed and graded like an actual exam. There will be score report with grade at the end of the exam.
CompTIA Radio Frequency Identification (RFID+) certification validates the knowledge and skills of professionals who work with RFID technology. It is an international, vendor-neutral credential that recognizes a technician's ability to install, maintain, repair, and troubleshoot the hardware and software functionality of RFID products. Although not a prerequisite, it is recommended that CompTIA RFID+ candidates have a minimum of six to 24 months of RFID or other auto-id technology experience.
As in the real exam, this practice tests consist of 81 questions to be attempted in 90 minutes.
This practice exam will be scored out of maximum score of 900.
From the authors of popular RFID+ passport published by McGraw Hill.
Exam Time: 90 minutes to be attempted in one attempt