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Here, we will provide you more about the technology and application about RFID Cards, RFID Tags and RFID Wristbands. You will learn about more about the chip, size, shape,workmanship, working temperature and application, etc. Of course, you also know clearly how to use them in our reality lives. Thus, if you want see different world in RFID Area, please click here. 


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Connected technology is ushering in a new era of “Smart Cities”, which promises to improve the quality of life for billions of people around the world.

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Powercast released a battery-free energy-gathering RFID tag that enables RFID-based e-paper information updates, such as item price updates. The company is working with system integrators to develop its store solutions.

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Using a credit card requires more protection than a debit card. If your credit card has a large amount of credit, if you happen to have stolen your credit card and eventually become overdue,

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According to a 2016 report from CB Insights, about 86% of healthcare provider organizations, life science companies, and technology vendors to healthcare are using artificial intelligence technology. By 2020, these organizations will spend an average of $54 million on artificial intelligence projects.

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Smart farming, an extension of precision agriculture, can increase total yield by up to 5% and total profits by up to 20%.

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Technology surrounds us. From the phones in our hands to the televisions on our walls and the appliances in our kitchen, new tech comes at us from every angle.

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RFID is a radio frequency identification technology, not a sensor. It mainly identifies the marker by its unique ID number. RFID is a simple wireless system with only two basic components that are used to control, detect and track objects.

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Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is the generic name for a type of auto-identification technology that uses radio waves to identify unique items. Typical RFID systems are made up of two major components: the reader and the tag.

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We have been talking about the various applications and development of RFID tags, but we may never have thought that this RFID tag needs to be powered? In practical use

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Passive electronic tags, that is, passive radio frequency tags use frequency hopping mode, have anti-jamming capability, users can customize reading and writing standard data, in a special application system more efficient

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RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) ist eine berührungslose automatische Identifikationstechnologie, die automatische Identifikationstechnologie

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IoT World 2018 in Santa Clara united thousands of organizations and attendees, hundreds of speakers and exhibitors and dozens of IoT startups.

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RFID technology performs better and is more efficient in inventory management than printed bar codes. RFID tags can be read at a distance of up to several meters, while, bar codes need line of sight to scan items. Unlike bar codes which can be easily damaged, RFID tags are also durable since they can withstand exposure to heat, moisture, dirt and contaminants.


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RFID is an acronym for “radio-frequency identification” and refers to a technology whereby digital data encoded in RFID tags or smart labels (defined below) are captured by a reader via radio waves.

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