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GS1 Data Matrix Introduction and Technical Overview

GS1 DataMatrix An introduction and technical overview of the most advanced GS1 Application Identifiers compliant symbology Th crucial guideline to define an application standard according to your sector business needs Introduction to GS1 DataMatrix Document Summary Document Item Document Title Date Last Modified Current Document Issue Status Document Description (one sentence summary) Current Value Introduction to GS1 DataMatrix May 2010 1.17 Final GS1 DataMatrix Guide, original version: G
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  GS1 DataMatrix An introduction and technical overview o the most advancedGS1 Application Identiers compliant symbology  Th crucial guideline to dene an application standardaccording to your sector business needs  Allcontentscopyright© GS1 2011 Introduction to GS1 DataMatrix Document Summary   Document ItemCurrent Value Document TitleIntroduction to GS1 DataMatrixDate Last ModiedMay 2010Current Document Issue1.17StatusFinalDocument Description(one sentence summary)GS1 DataMatrix Guide, srcinal version: GS1 DataMatrix ECC200Recommandations pour la denition d’un standard d’application dans votresecteur d’activite, GS1 France Technical Authors and Contributors NameOrganization Marc Benhaim GS1 France Cédric Houlette GS1 France Lut Ilteris Oney GS1 Global Oce David Buckley GS1 Global Oce Doreen Dentes GS1 Venezuela Mark Van Eeghem GS1 Global Oce Raman Chhima GS1 New Zealand Silvério Paixão GS1 Portugal Michaela Hähn GS1 Germany Wang Yi GS1 China Naoko Mori GS1 Japan Jean-Claude Muller IFAH Michel Ottiker GS1 Switzerland Nora Kaci GS1 Global Oce Hitesh Brahma GS1 India Nevenka Elvin GS1 Australia John Pearce GS1 UK  Frank Sharkey GS1 Global Oce Jim Willmott Smiths Medical  Allcontentscopyright© GS1 2011 Introduction to GS1 DataMatrix Allcontentscopyright© GS1 2011 Introduction to GS1 DataMatrix Table o Contents 1 Introduction to Data Matrix ECC 200 1.1 General structure1.2 Technical characteristics1.2.1 Shape and presentation o the symbol1.2.2 Size and encoding capabilities1.2.3 Error correction methods1.2.4 Reed-Solomon error correction1.3 Recommendations in general or dening application standards 2 Encoding data 2.1 The encoding structures2.2 GS1 Element Strings2.2.1 Function 1 Symbol Character (FNC1)2.2.2 Concatenation2.2.3 Pre-dened length vs. xed length element strings2.3 Human Readable Interpretation2.4 Symbol location2.5 Recommendations on encoding or dening application standards 3 Symbol marking techniques 3.1 Basic sotware unctions3.1.1 Printing Device Independent Sotware3.1.2 Sotware embedded in the printing device3.1.3 Selecting the right sotware3.2 Symbol marking technologies3.2.1 Thermal transer3.2.2 Inkjet3.2.3 Laser Etch3.2.4 Direct Part Marking (dot-peening)3.3 Selecting the right symbol marking technology3.4 General recommendations or symbol quality3.5 Colors and contrast3.6 Verication o symbol (Data and Print Quality)3.6.1 ISO/IEC 15415 Bar code print quality test specication – two dimensionalsymbols3.6.2 Other Print Quality Standards3.6.3 Possible causes o low grade3.6.4 The verication process3.6.5 Selecting a verier3.7. Recommendations when developing Application Standards  10 10111111161617  18 1819202222232425262626262627272829293031323233 3639414344 Log o Changes in 1.13 Issue No.Date o changeChanged BySummary o Change 1.005.03.2008David BuckleyCreate1.0110.03.2008Lut Ilteris OneyEditing, technical ormatting and correction1.0226.03.2008Mark Van EeghemProo Reading, edits1.0327.03.2008Silvério PaixãoUnused Error Correction Section claried, minor edits1.0428.03.2008Michaela HähnHuman Readable Corrections, Edits on usage o AI (02) ,IFAH and aperture modications.1.0531.03.2008Wang YiColor codes change. Edits1.0606.04.2008Marc BenhaimFNC1 , and <GS> dierence. ISO contrast explanation andmajor edits.1.0710.04.2008Cedric HoulettePad character in encodation scheme 1.2.21.0814.04.2008Nevenka ElvinFuzzy Logic explanation1.0918.04.2008David BuckleyProcessing o Data rom a scanned GS1 DataMatrix Symbol1.1021.04.2008Lut Ilteris OneyData Carrier, Data Structure and Symbology edits1.1127.04.2008John PearceTechnical Edits1.1205.05.2008Frank SharkeyTechnical Edits on illumination, 2D ISO Verication andaperture1.1307.05.2008Lut Ilteris OneyExamples Correction1.1410.07.2008Lut ilteris OneyMajor Corrections and Edits1.1501.01.2009Lut ilteris OneyQ&A Added, Technical Updates (2009)1.1616.03.2009John Pearce, SilverioPaixaoErrata , Encoding Example added1.1714.05.2010Lut ilteris Oney2010 Update1.1806.06.2011Lut ilteris Oney2011 Update Disclaimer Whilst every eort has been made to ensure that the guidelines to use the GS1 standardscontained in the document are correct, GS1 and any other party involved in the creationo the document HEREBY STATE that the document is provided without warranty, eitherexpressed or implied, o accuracy or tness or purpose, AND HEREBY DISCLAIM any liability,direct or indirect, or damages or loss relating to the use o the document. The documentmay be modied, subject to developments in technology, changes to the standards, ornew legal requirements. Several products and company names mentioned herein may betrademarks and/or registered trademarks o their respective companies. Copyright Copyright by GS1 2011 all rights reserved  7 Allcontentscopyright© GS1 2011 Introduction to GS1 DataMatrix Allcontentscopyright© GS1 2011 Introduction to GS1 DataMatrix 4 Reading and decoding Data Matrix ECC 200 4.1 Principles o reading Data Matrix4.2 Scanners or GS1 DataMatrix4.2.1 Introduction4.2.2 Selecting a scanner4.3 Decoding4.3.1 The principles o decoding4.3.2 Transmission o data strings Annexes A.1 Full list o GS1 Application Identiers in numerical orderA.2 GS1 size recommendations or symbols using Data MatrixA.3 The International Standard ISO/IEC 646 or representation o eachcharacterA.4 Table ASCII 256 et ses traductions (hexadecimal, decimal, binary)A.5 Protocol used to encode ASCII in Data Matrix ECC 200A.6 Structure o Codewords used in Data Matrix ECC 200A.7 Application Standard IFAH (Internation Federation or Animal Health)A.8 Use o GS1 DataMatrix or Healthcare ProductsA.9 GS1 DataMatrix Questions and Answers (Inormative) 45 45464646484848  50 505455576162636566 Acknowledgments  The development o this guideline would not have been possible without the srcinal Frenchversion published by GS1 France. GS1 France, in particular, is thankul or the expertise o Mr. Jean-Claude MULLER and all the companies and individuals who contributed duringthe development, including: ATTAXICONDOMINOGS1 Global OceIMAJEMARKEMMICROSCANSIC-MARKINGSITAM TIFLEXVIDEOJET
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