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Hitachi Releases 2.5mm C1G2 Durable RFID Tag: Host Louis Sirico
It may look like an RFID chip, but the new Ultra Small Package UHF RFID tag from Hitachi Chemical is one of the most revolutionary RFID products our team has seen in years. It is the smallest UHF RFID Tag our team has ever seen: 2.5 by 2.5 by .3 millimeters and that includes a tiny built-in antenna. What’s even more surprising is that these package tags can be used to make numerous other kinds of RFID tags, and because they are so small, it opens up the possibilities for form factors...
Product Review: Hitachi Package UHF RFID tag: Host Louis Sirico
The new Ultra Small Package UHF RFID tag from Hitachi Chemical is the smallest UHF RFID Tag our team has ever seen: 2.5 by 2.5 by .3 mm and when it's attached to metal, uses the metal as an antenna. Our team of RF engineers put it to the test. Host: Louis Sirico
EID Tag Comparison - Comparing Ear Tags for Cattle: Host Louis Sirico
The Cattle Identification and The RFID Network teams have put together this comparison of EID tags (RFID ear tags) for use on cattle. We tested a variety of Full Duplex and Half Duplex EID tags from Allflex as well as UHF EID tags from Hana Innosys. All EID tags tested are USDA certified, tamper evident, and meet the Animal Disease Traceability criteria for official identification of individual animals. Host: Louis Sirico
The RFID Network: Testing the $700 CSL CS203 RFID Reader: Host Louis Sirico
CSL claims that its CS203 UHF Integrated RFID Reader is an all-weather reader with IP68 rating for outdoor operations and has also passed Mil Standard 810 testing. But what's most surprising is the CS203 has a suggested manufacturers retail price of only $700.00. In this edition of The RFID Network were going to put the CS203 to the test and see just how well this integrated reader really performs. Host: Louis Sirico
The RFID Network News: Host Louis Sirico
In the premier edition of the RFID Network NEWS:
- How RFID is used to track elephants at the Dallas Zoo
- A new RFID handheld reader from Hana Innosys
- A new desktop RFID reader from Thinkify
- And the largest passive RFID tag we've ever seen.
Host: Louis Sirico
Omni-ID Unveils The Ultimate Passive Tag with 135 Foot Read Range: Host Louis Sirico
Omni-ID has released a new tag called the Omni-ID Ultra, a tag they claim can be read 100 feet away further than any other passive RFID tag on the market. In this edition, were going put that claim to the test and see if the Ultra really is the ultimate passive RFID tag. Host Louis Sirico, Co-Host Andre Cote.
Xerafy Embeds UHF RFID Tags in Metal: Host Louis Sirico
In this edition of The RFID Network, we test the Xerafy RFID tags and see if UHF RFID technology really can be embedded in metal. http://rfid.net Host: Louis Sirico
How RFID Benefits Retail Fashion: Host Louis Sirico
In the retail fashion industry, success is based on the ability to put the latest style in the correct size in the customer's hand at the right time. In this video, our experts travel from San Francisco to Hong Kong to Paris to show you how Frequency Identification Technology (RFID) technology benefits the retail fashion industry. Host: Louis Sirico
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Handheld RFID Reader goes RTLS with GPS & Cellular: Host Louis Sirico
The CS101/CS501 combination captures the GPS location where RFID tag reads, bar codes scans, keyboard, or touch-screen operations occur and then instantly communicates that information using the same technology as a mobile phone - all for around $2,800. In this episode, we put it to the test. Host: Louis Sirico.
6mm Thin Antenna Allows New Era of RFID Applications: Host Louis Sirico
It's 6mm thick, can be placed on any surface, cut to any length, can have a cart pushed over it, works with any C1G2 tag, and has an evanescent antenna pattern which reads RFID tags directly above it. In this edition, we test the evolutionary, new ultra-thin UHF RFID antenna... Host: Louis Sirico