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InfoSec Resources - Introduction to RFID Security
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Radio Frequency Identification, also known as RFID, is a technology that was created by Léon Theremin in1945 and later patented by Mario Cardullo in 1973. It was first developed by Léon Theremin...
Advanced RFID Measurements: Basic Theory to Protocol ...
Table 1. Comparison of the Typical RFID Read Range According to Frequency Band (Passive Tags)
While Table 1 compares the read range of passive tags, note that there are actually three RFID tag types: active, passive, and semiactive. Because active and semiactive tags use an onboard power source to power the tag response, they are typically capable of much longer read ranges. Passive tags, on...
RFID Reader ID-20 - Active Robots
This is a very simple to use RFID reader module.
With a built in antenna, the only holdup is the 2mm pin spacing (interface board available).
Dimensions: 38 x 40 x 7mm
Power the module, hold up a card, and get a serial string output containing the unique ID of...
IBM Infoprint 6700 Model R40, R60, and R80 Thermal Label ...
IBM Infoprint 6700 Model R40, R60, and R80 Thermal Label Printers
IBM United States Hardware Announcement 105-208
June 14, 2005
(Corrected on June 27, 2005)
The planned availability date has been improved to June 24, 2005.
The Infoprint 6700 offers:
Radio frequency identification (RFID) capability on the Model R40
A compact, rugged industrial printer for high-quality bar codes and crisp...