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Monday, November 02, 2009

RFID Kunohai – Aligutgut sa usa ka graduado nga Tiknoy

Monday, November 02, 2009 Posted by Vernon Go , , , , 1 comment
RFID ang akong i-istorya karon ug kini ang usa sa mga aligutgut nako sa akong eskwelahan sauna. Ang ubang eskwelahan sa ciudad sa sugbu nag RFID pero dili palang tanan. Ang RFID para sa mga Tiknoy kay nindot unta ni kay daghan kaayo ma streamline or mapanindot na systema sa eskwelahan sugud sa accounting, alumni, security, departmental records hangtud sa unsa panang mga transaction nga nag kinahanglan ug data or information use/interface.

Ug matinood ni nga systema ug tinarong nga pag dala, manindot gyud maayo ang kinabuhi sa estudyante ug makatigum pa ang administrasyun kay di na sila mag gamit ug daghang papel ug makatabang pagyud sa atong kalikopan nga mga kahoi nato. Mas mugaan ang trabaho sa mga taga accounting, registrar ug sa alumni ug sa mga lain-laing departamento kay paspas ug nindot ang systema tungod naka database na kaysa mag Library ug mga doumento.

About RFID:

RFID
is short for radio frequency identification, a technology similar in theory to bar code identification. With RFID, the electromagnetic or electrostatic coupling in the RF portion of the electromagnetic spectrum is used to transmit signals. An RFID system consists of an antenna and a transceiver, which read the radio frequency and transfer the information to a processing device, and a transponder, or tag, which is an integrated circuit containing the RF circuitry and information to be transmitted.

RFID systems can be used just about anywhere, from clothing tags to missiles to pet tags to food -- anywhere that a unique identification system is needed. The tag can carry information as simple as a pet owners name and address or the cleaning instruction on a sweater to as complex as instructions on how to assemble a car. Some auto manufacturers use RFID systems to move cars through an assembly line. At each successive stage of production, the RFID tag tells the computers what the next step of automated assembly is.

One of the key differences between RFID and bar code technology is RFID eliminates the need for line-of-sight reading that bar coding depends on. Basically, it is a much efficient tool for security and identification for schools. The possibility for this technology’s use is endless depending on the implementer’s creativity and imagination.

Karon balik tas aligutgut…nganu mani nahimo nig aligutgut? Ako bisan ni graduate nko maluoi lang jud ta sa mga estudyante na nag bayad ug wala nakakuha ug saktong serbisyu (There money’s worth). Nganu man? Ang mga bata nag bayad ug usa ka RFID nga walay receiver…? So unsa namay gamit aning mga RFID? Nahug nga Normal ID nalang ug nag bayad cla ug mas mahal kaysa normal nga ID..kapaet aning kalakiha oi! PAGKA!

Note: This post is not to diminish the credibility of the school but rather to provide an opportunity for improvement for the betterment of the existing students but also for future students.
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