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#00109 Comment Details - RP-6-201x_RFID-in_US_Libraries_rev_for_comment.pdf
|Title||NISO RP-6-201x, RFID in U.S. Libraries (Draft for Comment)|
|Date Added||2011-05-09 15:22:54||Revision Number||0|
|Submitter Name||Cynthia Hodgson||Size||603K|
Recommend that Tag Content Key be optional
|State (Disposition)||New (Unresolved)|
|Date Added||2011-05-11 07:26:05||Last Updated||2011-05-11 07:26:06|
|Submitter Name||David Berquist||Assigned To||Unassigned|
|Company Name||3M Company||Response||None|
|Origin||Public Review||Section, Page, Line||Section 2.5.3, Page 11|
The Tag Content Key is most useful with large amounts of data. But with small amounts of data, it adds unacceptable overhead. Consider a "high performance" application such as a sorter that has "one chance" to read a tag as it passes by. This application will not be able to parse a Tag Content Key and read a second time so it needs to get all data in one read. The Tag Content Key increases the number of bytes that must be read in this "one read" which will affect performance (see example below).
|Submitter Proposed Solution|
Change Tag Content Key requirement to Optional or Strongly Recommended. Perhaps add text to explain how avoiding it helps with high performance applications.