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RFID Wireless Communication System Applications

RFID technology provides best solution to many business applications such as RFID for Access Control, RFID for Asset Tracking, RFID for Construction, RFID for Event Management, RFID for Field Service, RFID for Fleet Maintenance, RFID for Healthcare
RFID for Livestock, RFID for Manufacturing, RFID for Marinas
RFID for Oil & Gas Industry, RFID for Parking Control, RFID for Railway, RFID for Supply Chain, RFID for Data Centers, RFID for Automobile security, RFID for Automobile Theft detection, RFID for Animal tracking, RFID for Contactless Payments.

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RFID Technology for Libraries RFID (Radio Frequency IDentification) is the latest technology to be used in library theft detection systems. Unlike EM (Electro-Mechanical) and RF (Radio Frequency) systems, which have been used in libraries for decades, RFID-based systems move beyond security to become tracking systems that combine security with more efficient tracking of materials throughout […]

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RFID and barcodes are similar in that they are both data collection technologies, meaning they automate the process of collecting data. RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) is not necessarily better than bar codes. However, they also differ significantly in many areas. Although this comparison primarily focuses on the advantages of RFID over barcodes, RFID will not completely replace barcode technology. Barcodes offer some advantages over RFID, most notably their low cost.

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Both the Active RFID and Semi-Passive RFID tags belong to Battery-powered RFID technology. where the performance of the RFID tag is critical or a long read range is required, battery-powered RFID tags are preferred. The use of battery-powered RFID tags is rapidly increasing due to the decreasing battery costs, and the increasing inexpensive CMOS Radio Frequency
Integrated Circuits (RFIC) and microcontrollers that enables very low cost tags.

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Battery Assisted Passive (BAP) RFID Tags are also called as Semi-Passive RFID Tags or Semi-Active RFID Tags. Semi-Passive RFID Tags operate similarly to passive RFID tags. However, Semi-Passive RFID Tags contain a battery that enables longer reading distance and also enables the tag to operate independently of the reader. One example is a data logger tag, which can take sensor readings automatically and run a real-time clock.

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RFID Tags (RFID Transponders) are classified into three types 1) Active RFID Tags, 2) Passive RFID Tags, 3) Semi-Passive RFID Tags based on the power source to RFID tags. Active RFID tags refer to RFID tags which have their own power source, so they can recieve a weaker signal from the RFID interrogator/reader. Passive RFID tags refer to RFID tags which are powered solely by the RFID interrogator. Semi Passive tags refer to tags with a power source (usually a low cost battery) which can be used for on tag sensing, but not to boost range.

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Geneva, December 14, 2010:- An innovative RFID Memory device from STMicroelectronics, a leader in communication and memory ICs, now allows technical equipment to ‘talk back,’ providing detailed information, such as a full maintenance history, to speed up servicing and simplify record keeping for OEMs and equipment operators. The new chip, the LRiS64K, combines radio tagging […]

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