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Applications for Active RFID and Passive RFID Technology ...
RFID technology is divided into three categories - Passive, Semi-passive (also called battery assisted passive or BAP) and Active - based on how the tags obtain power and how they use it to communicate with the interrogator. More technical details regarding differences between these three categories are discussed on our Explore Portal .
What are the technical differences?
Comparison of NFC & Barcode to RFID Inventory Tracking ...
This is a second part of Comparison of RFID, NFC and Barcode for Inventory Tracking. You can review the first part related to RFID here .
NFC Technology (Near Field Communication)
NFC Technology lays under the umbrella of RFID technology. While the RFID technology that we discussed above for inventory tracking uses the UHF frequency (860 - 960 MHz), the NFC utilizes HF (13.56 MHz) and specific...
Active RFID versus passive RFID | RFID4U
Requires presence of interrogator to work
Limited amount data storage
Require higher power interrogators
Low read range (few inches to 20 feet)
Note: A low read range might be considered an advantage or a disadvantage, depending on a tag's application. When a tag is used for credit card or for access control card, a low read range is an advantage, because you do not want somebody to be able to...
Related topics : battery assisted passive rfid tag cost / passive rfid tag read range / semi passive rfid tag range / difference between active rfid tag and passive rfid tag / difference between passive and active rfid tags technology
RFID Printers Encoders | RFID4U
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RFID Printers & Smart Labels
Every RFID implementation needs peripheral devices such as RFID-enabled printers, RFID-enabled automated label applicators (also known as print and apply devices), as well as feedback components such as light stacks, horns, LED lights or LCD displays, and triggering devices such as light break sensors. These...
Introduction to RFID Middleware | RFID4U
RFID Regulations | RFID4U
Compliances for frequency hopping for conventional and digitally modulated intentional radiators
Maximum peak conducted output power of intentional radiators
Limits of exposure to radio frequency energy levels
Incorporation of intelligence within a frequency hopping spread spectrum
Power spectral density of digitally modulated systems
Limits on RF power emitted outside the...
RFID Software Platform | RFID4U
TagMatiks CF has been developed to fight counterfeiting by providing product authentication. Additional benefits include product tracking and warranty management.
TagMatiks CF supports RFID as well as NFC and can be applied in manufacturing as well as end user applications.
TagMatiks CF can be used as a standalone module with mobile readers or together with TagMatiks Core if fixed...
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RFID Reader Interrogation Zone | RFID4U
Input/Output port configuration settings
Firmware upgrade capability
Firmware upgrades on the interrogator are performed to enhance performance, support new features, or resolve issues with the existing platform. They are usually downloaded from the manufacturer's site and can be deployed to the interrogators in a variety of methods. Most common methods are a Pull method, where the new firmware...
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