RFID in Motor Vehicles UniTrain Course
Communication with customers and filling out customer job orders form the basis for every single activity that follows. Information on motor vehicle data is obtained not only in talks with the customer but also by technical means involving communication between the motor vehicle and the PC. RFID (radio-frequency identification) technology is used to access the motor vehicle data contained in the motor vehicle’s key and read it out. This course provides insight into this functionality and its applications in the area of automotive engineering. The system comprising reader and transponder is studied both in terms of power as well as data transmission.
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Training Topics:
  • Communication with customers
  • Making appointments
  • Service advice
  • Filling out repair shop orders
  • Planning and preparation of work
  • Writing invoices
  • RFID technology
  • System components
  • Operating frequencies
  • Communication of data and power transmission
  • Transponder designs
  • Physics of the system
  • Range for given power and range extension
  • Auxiliary carriers
  • ISO15693 standard and proprietary features
  • Parameters for chip cards
  • Coding of data bits
  • 1 from 4 coding
  • Analysis of data and bit sequences
  • Writing messages to transponders
  • Reading transponders
  • Detection of collisions
  • RFID applications in vehicles
  • Possible future applications
Product: RFID in Motor Vehicles UniTrain Course
Product Code: CO4205-1N

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