RFID

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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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"But you could take a passive UHF tag, which might cost you a couple bucks at most, and you could leave it on the vehicle.
Zalbide et al., "Full passive UHF tag with atemperature sensor suitable for human body temperature monitoring," IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems II: Express Briefs, vol.
The UHF tag has a carrier frequency of 860 920 MHz; it transmits a 96-bit Transponder ID (TID) and a 128-bit Electronic Product Code (EPC), which is unique to each bee.
However, a UHF tag does not work well when it is placed close to a human body or held in hand.
Besides, this UHF tag is designed in dimension of 21mm by 102mm and thickness of 2mm, other dimensions and thickness is available on request.
The UHF tag operates at a frequency range of 860 MHz to 960 MHz and complies with ISO18000-6B and ISO18000-6C standards.
The Flexible UHF Tag and a Flexible HF Tag with different frequency bands have been launched since Sept.
Pneu-Logic Ltd., a U.K.-based supplier of tire industry electronic data capture technology, has entered into a joint technology development and marketing agreement with American UHF tag reading technology supplier Advanced ID (www.advancedidcorp.com).
Based on SAMSys' popular multi-protocol and multi-regional design, this board reader is designed to be incorporated into products requiring the ability to encode and read all of the most prevalent protocols in UHF tag design that exist today, including EPC Class 0/0+, EPC Class 1, ISO 18000-6A and -6B, Philips UCODE & EPC 1.19, Intermec Intellitag, EM 4022, 4222 and 4223, Atmel and others.
To that end Sanjay Sarma, chairman of research at the Auto-ID Center, demonstrated a prototype of the new Alien UHF tag, showing substantial read ranges, both with clear line of sight and interference.