RFID and NFC are two closely related wireless communication technologies that are used globally for a vast number of applications such as access control, asset tracking and contactless payments. RFID was first patented in 1983 and is the precursor to NFC, so we will begin there.
Now more and more people choose the RFID tag, which will used for every industry. And now many customers use the RFID tag in the retail industry.
A vehicle management system based on UHF band RFID technology is proposed.And the vehicle management will be used smart transportation, toll booths on highways and so on.
RFID tag for clothingThe RFID tag in a smart label. It comprises the chip and aluminum, copper or silver antenna bonded to a polyethylene terephthalate (PET) layer that is delivered to the label maker "dry" (without adhesive) or "wet" (attached to a pressure sensitive liner). The inlay is adhered to
In recent years, RFID technology has become more economical and effective, and has been applied to a wide variety of industries, especially the parking lot. The appearance of RFID tags has given a lot help to garage management.
Many people all know RFID tag and RFID inlay, but few people know the difference between them. This is a article about the difference between RFID inlay and RFID tag as following.
RFID technology is slowly entering our lives, smart cards have become a part of our lives, and now RFID products will gradually integrate into our lives and improve our quality of life. The main application in medical field are RFID tags and RFID labels.
UHF RFID Tags are widely used in many fields, the article will tell you the 3 things you should know about UHF RFID tags, such as the important component differences among RFID Tags.
The benefits of RFID technology for events go far and wide for organizers and their attendees alike, RFID technology enables to connect in new ways with you, your sponsors, and each other. You can get the most exciting things you can do with RFID at your event through the article.
If you have known that how RFID systems work, it's time to go deeper into the different types of systems available. This article will show you 3 types of RFID System.