Data format used when all the data on the RFID tag complies with the Data Identifier standard (as referred to in ISO/IEC 15418)
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The Data Identifiers (DI) are predefined in the ANSI "MH 10.8.2" standard and are updated periodically.
This data format enables ANS MH10 Data Identifiers to be used as the Relative-OID in an Object Identifier structure. The alphanumeric DI is converted to a Relative-OID using an algorithm defined in ISO/IEC 15961:2004.
The preferred option for new applications is to use Data Format 13, which provides for more efficient encoding.
This OID is used in clauses 22.214.171.124 and 7.2.3 of ISO/IEC 15961. This OID is not encoded on the Radio Frequency (RF) tag. Each object is encoded on the RF tag using a relative OID representing a data element according to the rules of the Data Identifier standard. As the Data Identifiers are alphanumeric in structure, a conversion algorithm as defined in ISO/IEC 15961, Annex E, shall be used to create a numeric relative OID:
The final component of the object identifier for Data Identifiers (as defined in the ANSI "MH 10.8.2" standard) is derived by converting the alphanumeric DI to a binary value and then converting this to a numeric value.
The procedure is as follows:
1. Convert the numeric component (if any) of the DI to a binary value (up to 10 bits):
EXAMPLE: 14 = 1110
2. Convert the alphabetic component of the DI to an ordinal binary value of 5 bits length (where A = 00001 and Z = 11010).
EXAMPLE: K (the 11th letter) = 01011
3. Prefix the binary numeric component (from Step 1) to the fixed length ordinal binary value (from Step 2).
EXAMPLES: 14K = 1110 01011
Q = 10001
4. Convert the binary value to a decimal value.
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ISO and IEC
|OID||Name||Sub children||Sub Nodes Total||Description|
|1.0.15961.8||8||24||24||Data format used for libraries according to ISO/IEC 28560-2 "Information and documentation -- RFID in libraries -- Part 2: Enco…|
|1.0.15961.9||ean-ucc||0||0||Data format used when all the data on the RFID tag complies with the EAN.UCC System (EAN International and Uniform Code Council…|
|1.0.15961.11||upu||0||0||Data format used when all the data on the RFID tag complies with data elements defined by UPU|
|1.0.15961.12||iata||2||2||Data format used when all the data on the RFID tag complies with data elements defined by the International Air Transport Assoc…|
|1.0.15961.13||13||583||583||"ANSI-DI" mapping table|
|1.0.15961.26||26||0||0||Local data C|
|1.0.15961.29||29||0||0||Closed system data fully encoded to ISO/IEC 15962 rules|
|1.0.15961.30||30||0||0||Closed system data not encoded to ISO/IEC 15962 rules|
|1.0.15961.31||31||0||0||Extended data format|
|1.0.15961.126||commandModules||27||27||ASN.1 modules defined in ISO/IEC 15961 for application commands|
|1.0.15961.127||responseModules||27||27||ASN.1 modules defined in ISO/IEC 15961 for application responses|