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AeroScout's Wi-Fi Active RFID Tag - Improved! - SecureIDNews
AeroScout beefed up its active Wi-fi-based RFID tag - the AeroScout T2 - with cool, new features.
Among the neat-o enhancements, announced via a company press release: a built-in temperature monitor and motion sensors for asset-management capabilities.
The motion sensor provides transmission control based on the movement of the tag, improving real-time location accuracy in most customer...
Active RFID Tag: AeroScout Enhances Industry's Leading Wi ...
AeroScout, Inc., the leading provider of Wi-Fi-based Active RFID visibility solutions, today announced several enhanced features and capabilities for its AeroScout T2 Tag which are unique and unparalleled in the market. The T2 tag is the industry's leading Wi-Fi-based Active RFID tag for asset tracking and management, with tens of thousands of units being shipped each month to customers around...
Wireless LAN Controller (WLC) Design and Features FAQ - Cisco
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Q. How do I set the Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) type on the Wireless LAN Controller (WLC)? I want to authenticate against an Access Control Server (ACS) appliance, and I get an "unsupported EAP" type in the logs.
A. There is no separate EAP type setting on the WLC. For Light EAP (LEAP), EAP Flexible Authentication via Secure Tunneling (EAP-FAST), or...
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RFID Connect: Active RFID Wi-Fi T2 Tag, AeroScout Industrial
The !D POS is an integrated reader to be used for reading items at the point-of-sale station. It has a small, rugged casing that can be mounted under the cash desk. The antenna only reads items on top of the reader, while ignoring items below or next to the antenna, due to the built-in shielding. It can be connected via USB or Ethernet, while the power can be supplied by a local power supply.
The !D Top is a state-of-the-art integrated reader that can easily be mounted on the wall or to the ceiling - using almost invisible steel cables. Its elegant, compact design blends into every store,...
RFID vs. Wi-Fi ID - InformationWeek
RFID vs. Wi-Fi ID
Established networking vendors led by Cisco Systems are promoting Wi-Fi as a way to enable RFID-like applications.
Wireless networks and Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) have always been closely linked: One of Wi-Fi's first applications was transferring data from portable RFID readers. But the popularity of RFID has led some to envision whole networks of readers embedded...
When RFID merges with Wi-Fi | Computerworld
When RFID merges with Wi-Fi
The combination leads to paperless, all-digital hospital
By Bert Latamore
Computerworld | Oct 5, 2007 1:00 AM PT
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