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ITU-T - F.511

(Pre-Published) Directory service – Support of tag-based identification services

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Organization: ITU-T
Publication Date: 1 April 2014
Status: active
Page Count: 51
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The scope of this Recommendation is to provide sufficient information for the use of directories to support tag-based identification applications without having to study the details of the many specifications on tag-based identification. It describes how this support may be provided using systems supporting the ITU-T X.500 series of Recommendations | ISO/IEC 9594-All Parts. The capabilities required are primarily limited to those capabilities that are also supported by the lightweight directory access protocol (LDAP) specifications.

NOTE 1 - Use of LDAP-based systems provides low-cost solutions.

For environments that are more complex this Recommendation also provides guidance on how directory responsibilities may be split between general service providers and information owners.

This Recommendation is only concerned with tag-based identification as related to automatic identification and data capture (AIDC) media as specified in numerous ISO/IEC and ISO International Standards and in GS1 specifications. This Recommendation is limited to the following types of AIDC media:

- The ISO/IEC 18000-6C tag type as defined in [ISO/IEC 18000-63]. This tag type is identical to the GS1 Class 1 Gen 2 tag type.

- The ISO/IEC 18000-3 Mode 3 tag type as defined in [ISO/IEC 18000-3].

NOTE 2 - Support for other types of AIDC media may be added in the future.

Document History

F.511
April 1, 2014
(Pre-Published) Directory service – Support of tag-based identification services
The scope of this Recommendation is to provide sufficient information for the use of directories to support tag-based identification applications without having to study the details of the many...

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