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RFID

abbr.
radio frequency identification
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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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Zebra Technologies will launch an advanced RFID printer this week and a new operating system that links software, apps and smart devices.
The RX900 Color RFID Printer is an on-demand full-color RFID-label printer.
The end use manufacturer then prints variable information, such as destination information or bar codes, using a specially equipped RFID printer.
An RFID printer is used to print the labels with an individual barcode, library logo, etc.
The system includes an optional ancillary RFID antenna and reader, which maximizes versatility by allowing the system to write to tags outside the primary RFID printer and to enable special tag placement on the labels as needed for custom applications.
The system integrates a Zebra RFID printer and verification scanner with a Model 400 Print & Apply Labeler, modified to automatically remove bad tags/labels prior to label application on products.
The system integrates a Zebra RFID printer and verification scanner with the NJM/CLI Model 400 Print & Apply Labeler, modified to automatically remove bad tags/labels prior to label application on products.
The company integrates a Zebra RFID printer and verification scanner with its Model 400 Print and Apply Labeler, modified to automatically remove bad tags/labels prior to label application on products.
RedPrairie plans to integrate its RFID compliance applications with the new RFID printer application from Weber Marking Systems.
Checkpoint Systems introduced the METO brand mi-4210 RFID, a 13.56-MHz (HF) and EPC-compliant, 900-MHz (UHF) thermal RFID printer that supports both basic bar coding and advanced data capture.