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CompTIA’s RFID+ Exam to Enter Beta Testing

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    CompTIA’s RFID+ Exam to Enter Beta Testing



    Vendor-neutral certification provider CompTIA, the Computing Technology Industry Association, has announced that the beta exam for its forthcoming CompTIA RFID+ credential will be available on October 31. The test (#RF1-001) is aimed at professionals who possess a basic comprehension of RFID (radio frequency identification) concepts, as well as six to 24 months of work experience with this technology. The test will cover topics related to the installation, configuration and maintenance of RFID hardware and device software, including interrogation zone basics, testing and troubleshooting, standards and regulations, tag knowledge, design selection, installation, site analysis, RF physics and RFID peripherals. Candidates who successfully complete the beta exam will receive the RFID+ certification.

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