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RFID - Radio Frequency Identification and How it Works ...
RFID 101 james 2016-11-03T20:20:01+00:00
RFID Components and ABCs.
RFID - Radio Frequency Identification is a small chip, or RFID tag, attached to some object that can be read at short range via radio waves by a tag reader. These items can be close together or far apart and are used for everything...
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RFID Readers and Tags for any specialty application - RFID ...
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Low Frequency RFID Tags - 125 KHz, 134.2 KHz, 148 KHz ...
All LF RFID Tags, 125 KHz, 134.2 KHz, 148 KHz
All LF RFID Tags, 125 KHz, 134.2 KHz, 148 KHz RFID Admin 2017-01-20T20:47:24+00:00
Low Frequency RFID Tags
Our broad offering of LF (low frequency) RFID Tags include a full gambit, from hardened...
R3-2 125 KHz Low Frequency Readers up to 3 feet - RFID, Inc.
125 KHz Low Frequency Readers
Our R32 line of 125 KHz RFID Readers continues to be by far the most advanced LF hardware on the market since its debut in 2002. Termed "Smart Antennas", these RFID Readers are designed for factory floor identification applications requiring Robust, Rugged, Rapid data capture (hence the R3). RFID Readers operate both...