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RI-UHF-IC116-00 Digi-Key Texas Instruments RF/IF and RFID IC UHF GEN2 PCB TRACKING 6-SON
RI-UHF-00C01-03 Digi-Key Texas Instruments RF/IF and RFID RFID TRANSP IN-LAY GEN II 1X3.5"
RI-UHF-STRAP-08 Digi-Key Texas Instruments RF/IF and RFID RFID UHF GEN II STRAP
SL3S1202FTT,118 Digi-Key NXP Semiconductors RF/IF and RFID IC ID TAGS UHF 8TSSOP
WF-SM-ID Digi-Key Omron Automation and Safety RF/IF and RFID SMARTMARK UHF CR80 CARD
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  • Cardinal Bets on UHF
    and GlaxoSmithKline have recently pledged allegiance to HF; Cardinal is even partnering with Pfizer on its Viagra pilot. Using UHF tags at the item level is not something Cardinal would have attempted with first generation technologies, says Renard Jackson, Cardinal s executive VP of packaging services. But from
  • TURCK USA's Customers Install UHF RFID Solutions in Factories
    The factory-automation company developed passive UHF tags and hardware as a longer read-range alternative to its HF RFID solution, so that its customers can track assets and products.
  • The RF in RFID: Passive UHF RFID in Practice
    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.
  • Pharma Cold Chain Transparency Achieved with UHF RFID Temp Tags
    Showcasing the use of UHF RFID technology in the pharma cold chain, CAEN RFID products have successfully provided the temperature monitoring solution for Medlog, a subsidiary of pharmaceutical distributor Cooprofar. Medlog considered using UHF RFID temperature loggers for their pharma cold chain
  • Pedigree Tags Need HF; FDA Agrees
    or not the RFID tags to be used will be "bargain priced " once the next generation of EPC tags, the "UHF Gen2 " tags, come onto the market. The answer is a flat "no. " This isn't because Gen2 tags won't come down in price once volume production starts, the reason is a bit more fundamental: these aren't
  • Study Crowns HF the Item-Level King
    A new study concludes that high frequency (HF) RFID tags trump ultra high frequency (UHF) tags for use with item-level pharmaceutical products. The study would seem to verify a developing consensus within the industry, one that has played out in recent pilots by Pfizer and GlaxoSmithKline that rely
  • Purdue Pharma Blazes a Trail for Drug Security Purdue Ceases Palladone Manufacturing Citing safety concerns, FDA has forced the drug off the market By Gregg Carlstrom Purdue Pharma L.P. is halting production of its prescription painkiller Palladone,
    , is best for item-level tags and readers. EPCglobal has approved Generation 2 standards for 915 MHz ultra-high frequency (UHF) equipment, and the standards are expected to be adopted soon by ISO without major changes. This has encouraged RFID OEMs to develop and market much-needed Gen 2 products. ISO
  • Pfizer Learns by Doing with RFID
    scalability an issue. Metal is more of an issue with UHF because even though you can tune UHF tags, metal still reflects the propagating wave component of near-field UHF. Thus you get RF in places you don t want it. How much have you learned about optimizing RFID read rates through trial

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