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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
Translations
RFID
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The microchip within the RFID tag carries information that identifies the product, and potentially tells users where it was made and where it has been (all depending on how the user has implemented the technology).
today announced the development of a compact and slim RFID tag that can be affixed to ID cards, wearable devices, metal parts, and other objects that have limitations with regard to signal reception.
The sample data is written to the RFID tag and then the sample is manually transferred to the InMotion Autosampler where the beaker is identified.
Xtreme RFID differs from most of its competition, which molds two-piece plastic casings and glues or sonic welds them together around the RFID tag. "That's less rugged than what we do," says Lewis.
With the help of built in memory, each RFID tag can carry limited amount of information about the person or object to be tagged.
In this paper, the wireless data monitoring of electrical power meter in a household by using the embedded active RFID tag module with WSN platform is employed.
A driver's license with an RFID tag in it is call ed an Enhanced Driver's License (EDL).
Hence, we have found abundant ongoing studies conducted on RFID tag design.
The RFID technology is a means for uniquely identifying an object with a wireless radio link, allowing data to be stored on an RFID tag and retrieved in remote application at a later point of time.
A GS1 Solution Provider and an IBM Business Partner since 1989, CYBRA develops solutions in partnership with Alien Technologies, Avery Dennison, Impinj, Motorola, Psion Teklogix, SATO, Zebra Technologies, and other leading printer, reader, and RFID tag manufacturers.
About 10 years ago the cost of a typical RFID tag was about $50 and simple RS-232 readers could easily cost upwards of $1000.