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RFID+ Exam Cram by Robert Sabella, Eva Zeisel, Mark Brown

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Chapter 13. Practice Exam 2: Answer Key

1.B
2.D
3.A
4.C
5.C
6.B
7.A
8.A,D
9.D
10.A
11.C
12.A
13.A
14.D
15.B
16.B
17.A
18.B
19.A
20.C
21.B
22.B
23.D
24.E
25.C
26.E
27.A
28.C
29.B
30.B,C
31.A
32.B
33.C
34.C
35.B
36.D
37.A,B
38.A
39.C
40.A
41.A
42.C
43.A
44.B
45.A,B
46.A
47.C
48.A
49.B
50.A
51.B,C
52.C
53.C
54.A
55.A
56.C
57.A
58.D
59.A,C
60.A,C
61.D
62.C
63.C
64.A
65.B
66.B
67.A, B, C
68.B
69.D
70.B
71.B
72.B
73.B
74.A
75.B, D
76.B
77.E
78.A, B
79.D
80.B
  1. Answer B is correct. Dual dipole tags were originally made with the orientation of the dipoles set 90 degrees apart. Today, however, multiple variations of this type of tag are available, with the dipoles arranged in many different patterns. They ensure tag reads regardless of orientation. Most of them are designed so that they even read on edge or turned so they are perpendicular ...

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