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  • RFID for the Masses
    " offering many of the benefits of a full-blown active RFID system for a fraction of the cost. Smart labels are thin devices with both a power source and integrated circuit that can remotely monitor, process, store, and, in some cases, transmit information. Pharmaceutical companies will first embrace
  • Deploying and RFID Tracking Solution For Manufacturing Operations (.pdf)
    When you need to "practice what you preach" ITEC Corporation, a Japanese manufacturing company specializing in Active RFID manufacturing followed this old axiom by deploying its own branded "I'm here" Active RFID Real Time Location Solution (RTLS) within its Nagano manufacturing facility. "Active
  • Passive RFID Basics
    Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) systems use radio frequency to identify, locate and track people, assets, and animals. Passive RFID systems are composed of three components an interrogator (reader), a passive tag, and a host computer. The tag is composed of an antenna coil and a silicon chip
  • RFID Tags and RFID Labels
    RFID is a means of sharing information by radio waves. RFID tags include an antenna that transmits and receives information. There are two types of RFID tags: passive and active. Passive tags are quite small. They do not have their own power supplies, so they cannot transmit much data
  • Choosing RFID For Industrial Applications (.pdf)
    and GPS based systems, and whether to use active or passive based tags, it may seem like these systems can be used almost anywhere. However, failures because of a wrong or unreliable system can be very costly - many times in hundreds of thousands of dollars or more. Today, RFID is designed for many
  • Beyond track-and-trace: Using RFID on the factory floor
    temperatures or moisture, special RFID tags and mobile reading devices make it possible to use RFID systems even under harsh industrial conditions. An RFID system contains three parts: tag, transceiver, and interface. Tags can be active (requiring a battery) or passive, reflecting the signal back
  • RFID: Automatic Identification Evolves
    requirements. Tag characteristics are defined by the. application, and can vary in power requirements, read/write capability, and frequency. Power. RFID tags use a small amount of power, but the amount differs among the types of tags available. Active tags incorporate a battery into the RFID tag
  • Should RFID Certification Be Your Next Career Move?
    a lack of RFID talent in the marketplace. Early in 2005 we surveyed our members who were active in or contemplating entering the RFID market and found that 80 percent of companies surveyed did not believe there were sufficient numbers of professionals skilled in RFID to hire from; and 66.7 percent said