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RFID

abbr.
radio frequency identification

RFID

abbreviation for
(Commerce) radio-frequency identity (or identification): a technology that uses tiny computer chips to track items such as consumer commodities at a distance
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RFID
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Confronting Willard and the handful of foundries committed to making EPC work are a variety of obstacles, most of which are directly related to the learning curve associated with any new technology.
This 2012 Deep Research Report on China PV System EPC Supplier is a professional and in depth research report on the China PV System EPC Industry.
focused on "Sand Properties and Their Relationship to Compaction for the EPC Process" (91-031).
The primary advantages of EPC," according to Raymond Monroe, Steel Founders' Society of America, "are the elimination of cores, elimination of the parting line and elimination of bonded sand.
His high expectations for EPC are based on at least three inherent advantages of the process: enhanced dimensional accuracy of the castings; uniform surface finish and striking appearance; and cost.
Most of its acceptance and use today, however, is overseas where considerable resources have been committed to EPC research and production.
Norman, president, firmly believes that EPC offers the greatest potential for growth in the company's foundry business.
TSPICE, PSPICE, LTSPICE, and Spectre device models are provided to help designers of advanced eGaN-based power conversion circuits and systems understand the value of the EPC eGaN power transistor family and reduce their time-to-market with benchmark products.
EPC has also written an application note to help users understand enhancement mode GaN transistor capabilities and the applicability of the SPICE models.
EPCglobal North America will offer a half-day seminar called EPC Essentials.
LOS ANGELES -- Senior executives representing a broad range of industries addressed 1,300 attendees at the general session of the EPCglobal US Conference 2006 today, discussing how EPC technology is already demonstrating value for their businesses and the potential it has for the future.