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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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Guangzhou, China, May 22, 2011 --(PR.com)-- DAILY RFID has newly released a reusable UHF Passive RFID Tag with a long read range of up to 5 meters.
Both mandated the passive RFID tag be placed on pallets of goods beginning January 2005.
Over the next several years, Genco ATC piloted a real-time locating system that used a combination of active and passive RFID tags. The active RFID tag was used to track the lift truck while the passive RFID tag was used to track the pallet.
SecureRF's LIME Tag[TM] is a secure, battery-assisted, passive RFID tag, which is EPCglobal Gen 2 compliant, with optional sensors that provide cold chain management functionality.
Other recent interesting posts have dealt with a new environmentally friendly thin film battery for RFID and a combination active and passive RFID tag from Seiko.
Beginning in January 2005, Defense Department suppliers shipping repair parts, clothing and other military gear to Defense Logistics Agency depots in Pennsylvania and California will be required to identify the contents of every pallet with a passive RFID tag.
Operating at 860MHz~960MHz, each passive RFID tag complies with a unique ID code.
A Passive RFID tag has no batteries and gets its energy from the responder and because of that, it has a much shorter range.
Cases, pallets, and UID item packaging that are tagged with a passive RFID tag.
Paul Cataldo, vice president of marketing for OATSystems (www.oatsystems.com ) described Tesco's system to Modern : Instead of tagging cartons and containers, Tesco is putting a passive RFID tag on roll cages.