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  REN/ERM-TG34-270 EN 302 208   ERM TG34
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  Stable draft (2021-11-26) 0.0.9 Draft   View Standstill Information 2021-01-21
  Rapporteur Technical Officer Harmonised Standard
  Josef Preishuber-Pflügl Igor Minaev Yes
 
Title Radio Frequency Identification Equipment operating in the band 865 MHz to 868 MHz with power levels up to 2 W and in the band 915 MHz to 921 MHz with power levels up to 4 W; Harmonised Standard for access to radio spectrum
RFID in UHF 
Scope and Field
of Application
Scope of work to be undertaken: To clarify the following matters:
1. The harmonised standard uses vague terms in different parts. In particular in
a. Note 1 of the scope: “The term frequency band is typically used for reference to dedicated bands as described in CEPT/ERC/REC 70-03 [i.9], while frequency range is used in the other cases.”
b. Table 1b: “Category I is a high performance level of interrogator, typically used where the distance between the RFID interrogator and RFID tags is often greater than 10 m or in challenging RF propagation environments; e.g. large quantity of RFID tags in close proximity to each other or mounted on metals, liquids, etc. An example of an interrogator in this performance class is a fixed mounted interrogator situated at a dock door of a warehouse or manufacturing facility.”
c. Table 1b: “Category II is a performance level of interrogator, typically used for general purpose applications and where the distance between the RFID interrogator and RFID tags is typically lower than for category I. An example of an interrogator in this performance class is a handheld interrogator used in a retail store.”
d. Table 1b: “Category III is a performance level of interrogator, typically used for very short range application where the distance between the RFID interrogator and RFID tags is significantly lower than for category I or the RF integrator power is confined to a small area. An example of an interrogator in this performance class is an RFID tag printer or nearly contact reader.”
e. Clause 5.5.7.1: “A small quantity of tags (typically up to 3) shall be positioned within the interrogation field of the interrogator.” These terms are all subjective and can give room to very diverse interpretations. They can affect the tests or the categorisation, hence the requested performance, of the equipment.
2. In Table 2, one band in the first column is not aligned to REC 74-01, which requires increased protection until 694 MHz, not 692 MHz. 3. To align the new revision with ERC REC 74-01.
3. Figure 8 in the published standard I not as in the approved document from ERM and ERM TG34 and in particular does not consider the new Table 2 changes due to REC 74-01 as above.
 
Supporting
Organizations
Siemens AG, Low Power Radio Association, GS1, FEIG ELECTRONIC GmbH, ZES BVBA, Nedap 

 

Keywords Projects Clusters Frequencies Mandates Directives
  Harmonised standard
ID
RADIO
RFID
SRD
  Better Living with ICT
Connecting Things
Interoperability
Security
Transportation
Wireless Systems
RFID (865 MHz to 868 MHz)
RFID (915 MHz to 921 MHz)
M/536
2014/53/EU
Official Journal
     
Remarks
2021-11-26 preishuberpf Draft contributed - V 0.0.9 contributed for Discussion in ERMTG34(21)000014 as Stable draft
2021-11-26 preishuberpf A new draft is uploaded - V 0.0.9 with status: Stable draft
2021-11-09 preishuberpf Draft contributed - V 0.0.8 contributed for Decision in ERMTG34(21)000011 as Stable draft
2021-11-09 preishuberpf A new draft is uploaded - V 0.0.8 with status: Stable draft
2021-10-22 preishuberpf Draft contributed - V 0.0.7 contributed for Decision in ERMTG34(21)000010 as Early draft
2021-10-14 preishuberpf Draft contributed - V 0.0.7 contributed for Decision in ERMTG34(21)059008 as Early draft
2021-10-14 preishuberpf A new draft is uploaded - V 0.0.7 with status: Early draft - with comment: Final document for approval
2021-09-24 preishuberpf Draft contributed - V 0.0.6 contributed for Discussion in ERMTG34(21)059003 as Early draft
2021-09-24 preishuberpf A new draft is uploaded - V 0.0.6 with status: Early draft
2021-06-30 preishuberpf Draft contributed - V 0.0.5 contributed for Information in ERMTG34(21)000006 as Early draft
2021-06-30 preishuberpf A new draft is uploaded - V 0.0.5 with status: Early draft
2021-06-30 preishuberpf Early draft proposal in contribution ERMTG34(21)000005 was Withdrawn by ERM TG34
2021-06-29 preishuberpf Draft contributed - V 0.0.1 contributed for Information in ERMTG34(21)000005 as Early draft
2021-06-29 preishuberpf A new draft is uploaded - V 0.0.4 with status: Early draft
2021-05-02 preishuberpf A new draft is uploaded - V 0.0.1 with status: Early draft - with comment: Addresses inputs received until the TG34 meeting on 2021-04-29 and the GROW RED feedback from 2020-10 on V3.3.1
2021-03-09 MINAEV TB adoption of WI ERM, see contribution ERM(21)073036 in RC ERM(21)DEC954
2021-02-16 MINAEV WI proposed to WG ERM TG34, see contribution ERM(21)073036
2021-02-16 MINAEV WI accepted by WG ERM TG34, see contribution ERMTG34(21)057005a1
2021-01-21 MINAEV WI proposed to WG ERM TG34, see contribution ERMTG34(21)057005a1
 
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