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NXP chips Provide Unparalleled Performance and Features ...

NXP chips Provide Unparalleled Performance and Features for RFID Systems

April 9, 2010

( -- New UCODE G2iL series deliver leading edge read ranges, unique anti-tampering and privacy protection features.

NXP Semiconductors today introduced its latest UHF solutions for the fashion, retail and electronics markets. The UCODE G2iL and G2iL+ enable leading-edge read ranges based on a...

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Researchers develop 'smart' paper and antennaless RFID tags

Research teams at North Dakota State University, Fargo, have developed a method to embed radio frequency identification (RFID) tags in paper, which could help combat document counterfeiting, and have developed antennaless RFID tags for use on metal. Both teams of researchers are presenting their technology advances at conferences from April 30 to May 2 in Orlando, Fla. Dr. Val Marinov will...

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Nano-based RFID tags could replace bar codes -

RFID tags printed through a new roll-to-roll process could replace bar codes and make checking out of a store a snap. Credit: Gyou-Jin Cho/Sunchon National University

Long lines at store checkouts could be history if a new technology created in part at Rice University comes to pass.

Rice researchers, in collaboration with a team led by Gyou-jin Cho at Sunchon National University in Korea, have...

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RFID as Electronic Surveillance: Technology Performs Well ...

Radio-frequency identification of products is one possible tool to combat theft, and the technology performed well in a new feasibility study on its use as a potential sales-floor theft-deterrent system. The study, conducted by researchers in the RFID Research Center at the University of Arkansas, demonstrated RFID's usefulness in several shoplifting scenarios, including many items moving through...

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Automated robot that scans library shelves using laser ...

June 2, 2016, Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), Singapore

An automatic shelf scanning robot can locate missing or out-of-sequence books, even along curved shelves. Credit: A*STAR Institute for Infocomm Research

Being able to access and download information in an instant is a hallmark of the digital age. But much of the world's knowledge remains between the pages of printed...

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Related topics : radio frequency identification tags (rfid) / rfid radio frequency identification tags / library automation using rfid technology / rfid smart shelves library / library book rfid tag

New uses for RFID and security for the internet of things

New uses for RFID and security for the internet of things

May 31, 2017 by Bernadette Esposito

Sanjay Sarma. Credit: David Sella

On the 25th anniversary of the universal barcode in 1999, the barcode community gathered around Sanjay Sarma and his colleagues and said, "Let's do this."

"Our idea," says Sarma, vice president for open learning and the Fred Fort Flowers (1941) and...

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Related topics : companies using rfid in supply chain / use of rfid in supply chain management / supply chain using rfid / radio frequency identification tags (rfid) / rfid radio frequency identification tags

NXP unveils UCODE I2C RFID chip -

NXP will showcase UCODE I2C at RFID Journal LIVE! next week in Orlando, Florida.

“The UCODE I2C chip brings together our unparalleled expertise in both RFID and I2C. NXP invented the I2C bus over 30 years ago and is now the world’s No. 1 supplier of I2C solutions, as well as the No. 1 supplier of RFID solutions,” said Chris Feige, general manager, tagging and authentication product line,...

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High-frequency chip brings researchers closer to next ...

novel, high-frequency electronic chip potentially capable of transmitting tens of gigabits of data per second--a rate that is orders of magnitude above the fastest internet speeds available today--has been developed by engineers at the University of California, Davis.

Omeed Momeni, an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering at UC Davis, and doctoral student Hossein Jalili...

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Related topics : radio frequency chip design / radio frequency id chip / radio frequency chip