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Samsung Solve for Tomorrow '14: Kaki Kit
We envision the KakiKit to be a synergistic development with Singapore’s smart city plans. It operates as an Active Reader Passive Tag system, with active systems embedded throughout a smart city and passive RFID tags worn by citizens. The tags contain information about the specific needs of the wearer, providing contextual information for the empathetic environment to react to.
This video highlights how the system benefits the visually impaired in daily activities. KakiKit is a flexible...
From: Jimmy Hii
Prototype UHF RFID tags designed within a laboratory course in the ECE Dept of AUTh
In the context of a prototype Antenna-Lab, undergraduate students of the Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engineering of AUTh designed some prototype UHF RFID tags under specific guidance and size-constraints. The antennas were constructed and attached to a passive RFID chip with wake-up sensitivity threshold equal to -14dBm. All tags demonstrated impressive range performance (considering the tag's sensitivity), in the order of 7.5m to 8.5m, in the laboratory environment, which indicates that...
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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HireTAG RFID Demonstration
Smart RFID tracking technology designed specifically for the AV, lighting, sound rental and production industries. These small passive tags have been designed to be read through a variety of materials for which most tags would be invisible. This system is available today from Navigator Systems