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LS0831 Passive UHF RFID Tag EPC Gen2 (900MHz)
This �LS0831 Passive RFID Tag works with all LinkSprite UHF RFID tag reader/writer.
The passive RFID tag uses frequency hopping technique. User can deign their own read/write protocol. The read/write distance is over 10M depending on the...
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NXP UCODE G2 XL Jewelry Rfid Tag UHF 900mhz, View rfid tag ...
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RFID / Mobile Credit Card Reader - LJ RFID Card
Mobile Credit Swiper Card Reader For Smartphone, iPhone, Android
This product is an innovative device of mobile POS with slim size, low cost, high security, high reliability and high compatibility. It can settle the payment transaction through swiping bank card or credit card through the smart phones, MID at anytime and...
Can I read long range RFID tags with any NFC enabled ...
Can I read long range RFID tags with any NFC enabled Android phone?
Is it possible to read long range (100m) RFID tags on any NFC enabled Android phone?
Usecase: if I hide 3 long range RFID tags in a field and walk across the field, would my phone be able to pick up the signal of those 3 tags while they come in range?
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High power RFID uses 868MHz or 900MHz frequency bands, and up...
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What security capabilities do contactless smart cards support?
What is a smart card?
A smart card is a device that includes an embedded integrated circuit that can be either a secure microcontroller or equivalent intelligence with internal memory or a memory chip alone. The card connects to a reader with direct physical contact or with a remote contactless radio frequency interface. With an...
900 MHz RFID Reader Offers Long Read Range Up To 15m
DAILY RFID has recently released its 900 MHz UHF Long range RFID reader DL910 with globally-compliant options, performance efficiency, and rugged design. It offers a long read range of up to 15m basing on different RFID tags.
This rugged 900 MHz RFID reader features a standard industry read distance to meet the specific need of the users, ranging form 8 meters to 15 meters. It is specially...
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RFID Chip (Compliant with LF, ISO15693, ISO14443, ISO18000 and EPC standards)
RFID label antenna (made of aluminum, sliver, copper, and etc), productive machine of RFID label antenna
RFID standard cards or RFID labels
Special RFID tags (with special form, or applied in extremely environments, such high temperature, high pressure, metallic and chemical environment)
UHF Gen 2 RFID Reader/Writer with a Swivel Read Head ...
This UHF Gen 2 RFID reader/writer belongs to GAO's family of 900MHz (UHF) RFID Readers. The line includes a wide variety of RFID readers to meet customers' different needs. Some featured products in this line include UHF 902 MHz Gen 2 Portable Handheld RFID Reader Writer, 902 MHz RFID Gen 2 UTE Portable Reader Writer and Rugged Handheld Terminal RFID Reader .
Design of a Reader Antenna for UHF RFID - Scientific.Net
Design of a Reader Antenna for UHF RFID
Design of a Reader Antenna for UHF RFID
A compact and circular polarized antenna for UHF band RFID handset reader was designed, and realized by cutting slits in the antenna patch and etching slots on the ground. Numerical simulation was performed for the characteristics of the antenna with the software HFSS 13.0.The simulation...
RFID system that integrates with Raspberry Pi Model B?
Great link to full tutorial. Definitely worth a read. +1 -� ppumkin Jul 15 '14 at 17:34
Thanks @Phil Vallone (+1) - a few quick followup questions; as after reading the product page, I'm a bit confused. (1) How do I connect the NFC chip to the RPi: UART, FTDI, SPI, other? (2) If I wanted to write software that controlled when the NFC chip scans for tags, and how to handle...