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ID Card Readers and Encoders - (161 companies)...readers and ID card encoders. Examples include business card readers, smart card readers, proximity readers, and smart card encoders. A business card reader includes a pocket-sized universal serial bus (USB) scanner. Specialized software reads... Learn More
Magnetic Stripe Readers and Magnetic Stripe Encoders - (121 companies)...readers and magnetic stripe encoders include magnetic stripe encoders, magnetic strip readers, magnetic stripe reader writers, and point of sale (POS) systems. Magnetic stripe encoders transform or encode data into a format that can be read... Learn More
Optical Network Terminals - (7 companies)Optical network terminals convert incoming optical signals into electrical signals at the end users for passive optical networks (PONs). Optical network terminals (ONTs) are network interface devices (NIDs) which convert incoming optical signals... Learn More
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Passive Tag UHF RFID Tags and Readers RFID, Inc. is proud to announce the release of a passive Tag UHF (ultra-high frequency) RFID product line of Tags and Readers. Over the past 6 months, pilots and trials have resulted in a 2014 forecast of 1,000 Readers and millions of Tags. . Advantages. Increased read range of a passive Tag (as much as 90' but typically 20' with most Tag and Antenna combinations) versus traditional LF and HF systems which provide only inches of read range. Ability to read hundreds of Tags... (read more)Browse RFID Readers Datasheets for RFID, Inc.
High Power, Ultra-High Frequency RFID Tags/Readers RFID, Inc. is proud to announce the release of a passive Tag UHF (ultra-high frequency) RFID product line of Tags and Readers. Over the past 6 months, pilots and trials have resulted in a 2014 forecast of 1,000 Readers and millions of Tags. . Advantages. Increased read range of a passive Tag (as much as 90' but typically 20' with most Tag and Antenna combinations) versus traditional LF and HF systems which provide only inches of read range. Ability to read hundreds of Tags... (read more)Browse RFID Tags Datasheets for RFID, Inc.
Smith Systems, Inc.
Passive Speed Sensors, Passive Speed Sensor Smith Systems, Inc. passive speed sensors convert mechanical motion to an A/C voltage without the need of a power supply. These self-contained magnetic sensors produce a magnetic field which, when in the proximity of ferrous objects in motion, generate a voltage. The frequency of this voltage is directly proportional to the speed of the object in motion. Magna-Tran ® speed sensors are available in a variety of housing configurations and terminations. Housing configurations to accommodate high... (read more)Browse Magnetic Speed Sensors Datasheets for Smith Systems, Inc.
Touch screens as passive components Touch Screens. Along with its membrane switch, graphic overlay, and PCB assembly capabilities, Dyna-Graphics can also provide touch screens built to industry standard sizes. Touch screens (also known as HMI or Operator Interfaces) are normally delivered to customers as passive components - that is, without driver circuitry - but Dyna-Graphics can certainly assist the client by recommending a suitable driver if needed. Touch screens and touch switches are available in 4-Wire, 5-Wire... (read more)
Active Tag RTF Systems for Asset Applications Extend-a-Read2 Next Generation Release of Active Tag RTF Systems for Asset Applications. Semi-Active - Dual Frequency - 125 KHz - 433 MHz. Imagine 32 dock doors side by side, or 32 hospital rooms, or 32 offices, each with tagged assets or persons flowing in and out, or remaining stationary. Current LF 125 KHz or HF 13.56 MHz passive Tag systems offer far too little range to present a solution and Tag tamper proofing is very rudimentary. UHF passive Tags may garner more range but not enough... (read more)Browse RFID Tags Datasheets for RFID, Inc.
Skyworks Solutions, Inc.
Varactor Diode for UHF and VHF VCO Applications Skyworks is pleased to introduce a surface mount, hyperabrupt, tuning varactor diode for wideband UHF and VHF voltage-controlled oscillator applications. The SMV1771-040LF offers a high-capacitance ratio, and a low-series resistance that is suitable for use in low-phase noise VCOs in wireless systems at frequencies up to and above 2.5 GHz. The diode is also ideal for tuning-in-infrastructure, military, automotive, and consumer applications. (read more)Browse Varactor Diodes Datasheets for Skyworks Solutions, Inc.
Magnetic Sensors Corporation
Magnetic Sensors - Variable Reluctance (Passive) Magnetic Sensors Corporation. Analog Variable Reluctance (VR) Speed Sensors - Passive Sensors. Require no outside power source. The sensor generates a sinusoidal output voltage proportional to target speed and air gap. Analog signal is generated in response to fluctuation in magnetic field resulting from interruption by ferrous targets. VR sensors have the capacity to measure very high speeds, high reliability, long life, and economy. Can be configured for use in very high temperatures... (read more)Browse Magnetic Speed Sensors Datasheets for Magnetic Sensors Corporation
RFID Capabilities with UHF Read/Write Head TURCK introduces the Q175 compact UHF read/write head, the latest addition to the company ’s comprehensive RFID portfolio. Designed to communicate with multiple data carriers, the Q175 employs both HF (High Frequency) and UHF (Ultra High Frequency) RFID technologies. This capability allows TURCK to expand its RFID technology to accommodate diverse industrial production and logistic processes. “The Q175 UHF read/write head increases our RFID portfolio by allowing us to venture... (read more)Browse RFID Transceivers Datasheets for TURCK Inc.
Megladon Manufacturing Group, Ltd.
Reliable Passive Fiber Optic Devices Megladon designs and builds passive fiber optic devices, and is committed to improving fiber connectivity. Products that have undergone our patented HLC laser termination process feature Scratch Resistant mating surfaces and improved optical performance. Click here to learn more. When Reliability Matters. Demand HLC Products. Megladon designs and builds passive fiber optic devices, and is committed to improving fiber connectivity. Products that have undergone our patented HLC laser termination... (read more)Browse Fiber Optic Cables Datasheets for Megladon Manufacturing Group, Ltd.
Smith Systems, Inc.
Passive Speed Sensors for Explosive Environments Explosive Environment, Passive Speed Sensors (four Standard products which can be customized) from Smith Systems, Inc. Designs include standard metric and U.S. threads, stainless steel housings and Teflon insulated leads. Certified to ATEX Directive (94/9/EC). Equipment Conformity : Group 2, Category 2 (Zone 1). Let us know you application requirements. These Passive Speed Sensor were designed to work in Explosive Enviroments from Smith Systems, such as: Gas Turbines. Pipeline Pumping Stations... (read more)Browse Magnetic Speed Sensors Datasheets for Smith Systems, Inc.
The RF in RFID: Passive UHF RFID in Practice. For those who want to know why things RFID are the way they are and what can be done about it, this book provides users of UHF RFID with an understanding of how identification information gets from a tag to a reader and in some cases back to the tag...
...tags block visibility of other tags in close proximity. are available in many different shapes, sizes and materials. Far-field UHF uses electromagnetic waves propagat-. Along with performance capabilities, it is crucial to con- ing between reader and tag antennas, delivering a wider. sider...
The need for harmonic mitigating devices is growing because of the rapid increase in variable speed drive (VSD) usage in industrial and commercial applications and the corresponding growth in harmonic-related problems. A new state-of-the-art passive universal harmonic filter (UHF) is designed...
...assembly, or production tracking can be a confusing task these days. With all the information fl oating. around about HF (High Frequency), UHF (Ultra High Frequency), microwave and GPS based systems, and. whether to use active or passive based tags, it may seem like these systems can be used almost...
This paper is an investigation of the feasibility of. applying a mechanically flexible magnetic composite material to. radio frequency identification (RFID) planar antennas operating. in the lower ultrahigh-frequency (UHF) spectrum (~300-. 500 MHz). A key challenge is that the magnetic loss...
...featured Write Once, Read Many (WORM) tags. Both of these companies and many others understand that the final EPC standard, being. referred to as Class 1, Generation 2 or UHF Gen2, require read write capabilities. Matrics, Alien, and other reader manufacturers have. introduced many new products...
PIM, base station antenna. Read Abstract Download PDF. Ultra-Wideband Antenna Array Design for Target Detection. TLC-30, UWB, planar antenna, 3.1 - 10.6 GHz. Read Abstract Download PDF. UWB Channel Sounding for Ranging and Positioning in Passive UHF RFID. RF-30, passive UHF RFID, tag antenna...
RF-30, passive UHF RFID, tag antenna, reader antenna, 900 MHz. Read Abstract Download PDF. Retrodirective Rotman Lens Antenna. RF-60A, Rotman Lens antenna, 8 - 12 GHz. Read Abstract Download PDF. Measuring Dielectric Properties and Surface Resistance of microwave PCBs in the K-band. TLY5A, thermal...
Ultra-Wideband Antenna Array Design for Target Detection. TLC-30, UWB, planar antenna, 3.1 - 10.6 GHz. Read Abstract Download PDF. UWB Channel Sounding for Ranging and Positioning in Passive UHF RFID. RF-30, passive UHF RFID, tag antenna, reader antenna, 900 MHz. Read Abstract Download PDF...
...applications where interactivity. and a long read range is required. Semi passive tags incorporate batteries, but the battery power is only used to power the IC's circuitry, not to. enhance communications with the host system reader. These tags are less common, but are an emerging. solution...
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back information, rather than reflecting back a signal from the reader, as a passive tag does.