Traditionally, counterfeit deterrent features restricted counterfeiting to only the dedicated craftsman. With the advent of highly sophisticated reprographic systems, this is no longer true. Redesign of U.S. banknotes is necessary in order to incorporate additional features aimed at discouraging counterfeiting using advanced copiers-scanners-printers. This volume evaluates a large number of such features while recommending a comprehensive national strategy for anticipating and responding to counterfeiting threats.
Table of Contents
|2 U.S. Banknote Counterfeiting Threats||17-30|
|3 Assessment Methodology for Counterfeit-Deterrence||31-38|
|4 Description and Assessment of Deterrent Features||39-86|
|5 Counterfeit-Deterrent Strategies||87-100|
|Appendix A: Conclusions and Recommendations From Previous National Materials Advisory Board Reports on Counterfeit Deterrence||101-104|
|Appendix B: Advanced Non-Impact Color Reprographic Technologies||105-112|
|Appendix C: Background on Color||113-114|
|Appendix D: Induced Moire Pattern Background||115-116|
|Appendix E: Methods for Authentication of Unique Random Patterns||117-120|
|Appendix F: Biographical Sketches of Committee Members||121-124|
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