By: R Geers, B Puers, V Goedseels and P Wouters
156 pages, Figs, diags, tabs
Overview of the possibilities and limitations of the use of electronic identification and monitoring with animals. Basic data principles of data transfer via radiowaves are explained, so that users are able to optimize their own applications and evaluate devices which are already on the market. The applications covered include those utilized in zoos, labs, in the wild, and for animal husbandry.
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