Libraries at University of Nebraska-Lincoln


Date of this Version

Winter 8-7-2021



I hereby inform that my research article entitled "Implementation of RFID in Arignar Anna Central Library, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore: A Case Study" for publication in your esteemed journal. Kindly do the needful for the same.

Dr. C. Anandhi


The RFID (Radio Frequency Identification), a technology that uses radio waves to automatically identify items or individuals. The library started utilizing RFIDs system to supplant their electro-attractive and bar code system in the last part of the 1990s. This paper attempts to discover detailed information about the new implementation of RFID in Arignar Anna Central Library and focuses on a different component of the system and their standards. The AACL started using RFID in the year 2017 under the supervision of the University Librarian, for their regular activities like circulation, shelf management, stock verification shelf rectification, and theft detection, etc. It also explained the relevant cost of the different components and the approximate total cost after implementing the RFID system.



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