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RFID Tags with low frequency,high frequency and ultra-high frequency applications. These RFID Tags can be applied to virtually any surface; metal, plastic, wood, paper and animals, making them ideal for tracking assets, supply chains, animal tracking etc
This is a low frequency (125Khz) RFID Reader With serial Output with range upto 15cms. The RFID Reader is designed specifically for low-frequency (125 kHz) passive tags.Frequency refers to the size of the radio waves used to communicate between the RFID system components.
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what is RFID ? What is NFC ? applications, concepts, working and properties
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what is RFID ? What is NFC ? applications, concepts, working and more of RFID and NFC. Difference between RFID and NFC.
Types of RFID on frequency basis - low frequency , high frequency and ultra high frequency . Types of RFID on basis of tags - active , passive and BAP ( battery assisted passive ) tags . Working and benefits of each of tags . NFC working and advantages. A lot...
From: Hacks And Security
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Radio-frequency identification (RFID) tags are the centerpiece of any RFID system. RFID tags can be offered in different sizes, frequencies and can be affixed to a variety of surfaces. They store the item data essential to any RFID-based tracking system. BarcodesInc offers UHF (Ultra High Frequency), HF (High Frequency), and LF (Low Frequency) tags that are used for access control, data center management, file tracking,...
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Which RFID tags are best for vehicle tracking?
Today, Alison looks at a few UHF (Ultra High Frequency) passive Gen2 RFID (pRFID) tags that are great for tracking cars, trucks, and maybe even bicycles.
pRFID is where everything is going in the RFID world. It's cheap ($0.20 to a couple of dollars, depending on what you need), doesn't need batteries, lasts forever (or, 10+ years, whichever comes first), and has great range for tracking vehicles (20 feet or more).
Take a look then give us a call to start tracking your stuff!
From: Simply RFiD
Contrinex Pack Expo USA - RFID
Mike Driscoll, Area Sales Manager Contrinex USA, presenting High and Low Frequency RFID systems and tags, at Pack Expo USA 2014
Learn more about our RFID systems: https://www.contrinex.com/business-unit/rfid/
From: Contrinex SA
Implanting an xNT (NFC/RFID implant)
6 years after implanting my first low frequency RFID tag (125 kHz) in my left hand, I decided to go for round 2. This time with a high frequency (13.56 MHz), NFC compatible tag in my right hand.
This is an xNT from DangerousThings.com, which uses an NTAG216 (NFC Forum Type 2 compliant, with 888 bytes of storage) IC in a 2x12mm ampoule form factor.
My original implant uses the EM4102 protocol in a 3x13mm ampoule. You can see a demo of me using it to unlock a car here:...
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idChamp RS3 Bluetooth RFID Reader
The Most Versatile NFC Reader Available!
The idChamp RS3 is the latest addition to idChamp NFC/RFID reader family with Bluetooth Smart connectivity (aka BLE-Bluetooth Low Energy).
The idChamp RS3 features a DUAL frequency RFID engine
Reads virtually every tag type!
Prox HID, EM410X, AWID and other 125 kHz (LF) tags
ICODE, MiFare, and other 13.56 MHz (HF) tags
HID iClass ID/SE (optional)
Read RFID tags into your iPhone or iPad!
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From: Serialio, Ltd.
IDChamp Bluetooth RFID and NFC Tag Reader for iOS, Android, Blackberry, Mac, Windows, etc.
Introduction of the new Bluetooth IDChamp RFID and NFC reader that can read RFID and NFC tags into fields on IOS device. Perfect for FileMaker Go event management.
IDChamp RS3 Dual-NFC reader (125KHz & 13.56MHz) is a flexible Bluetooth wireless RFID reader for badges and tags of two types:
1) Prox HID type low frequency (LF 125KHz)
2) NFC Mifare, ICODE, Tag-it (see more below) (HF 13.56MHz)
Maximum host support is provided with both Bluetooth SPP and Bluetooth HID (keyboard) modes.
BeagleBone Black RFID ( MFRC 522 ) Read Write in Android
In this video shows Read and Write Smart Card ( Mifare 1k , Ultralight ) using Android application run on Android Ported Beagle Bone Black.
This is a very useful application of RFID (Radio-frequency identification) and is very commonly used in institutes, offices, homes and so on. An RFID system consists of a MFRC522 (RFID Reader) and a Smart Card . A Smart Card or tag has a unique serial number which is identified by the reader. Here RFID has been interfaced with BeagleBone Black to provide...
From: Sarath AK
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