Blog on RFID Technology and Application Blog on RFID Technology and Application  Feed

Our Blog is a professional space for RFID Industry, which is devided into five parts, RFID News, RFID Journals, RFID Tutorials, RFID Basics and Videos.

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. 


in RFID Basics on

The New Chip Style, NTAG213f,Used For RFID Cards

RFID also known as Radio Frequency Identification is a wireless technology that is used to recognize things. It classically involves 3 gears: a tag, a reader, and a computer system.

0 Comments

in RFID News on

The Valuable Place of NFC Tags Purchase in China

Near Field Communication or NFC can be defined as a communication procedure between two electronic devices if both the electronic devices are within a short distance to each other.

0 Comments

in RFID Basics on

What is the Chip NTAG216F Used for?

The NTAG216F and NTAG213F are the new NFC forum compliant type 2 tag products exclusively developed by NXP semiconductors for their wide applications in electronics (i.e. Bluetooth simple pairing, device authentication, Wi-Fi protected set-up, gaming, connection handover and several others).


0 Comments

in RFID Journal on

What Is The Differences Between NTAG203f And NTAG203?

RFID is the acronym for Radio Frequency Identification. It is the technology that uses electromagnetic fields to allot unique identify to objects or humans and keep track of the same.

0 Comments

in RFID Journal on

NTAG203 NFC Tags for Pet Identification

Near Field Communication technology has been recognized as a distinguished methodized wireless technology that helps you communicate with the devices that are in your close proximity.

0 Comments

in RFID Basics on

 How to Divide the Range of RFID Tags?

Radio-Frequency Identification technology has been gaining a lot of popularity lately, buffing in the market all around the world lately.

0 Comments

in RFID Journal on

 What Is The Material Of NFC Tag Keychain, Epoxy Or PVC?

RFID or Radio Frequency Identification technology can be defined as a technology that uses electromagnetic radio-frequency to identify tags when near to a reader.

0 Comments

in RFID Basics on

What is the RFID Multiple Tags?

RFID tagging is basically a system that utilizes small radio frequency identification devices for the purposes of identification and tracking.

0 Comments

in RFID Journal on

How to Make NFC Tag from RFID Manufacturer?

Automatic identification, or auto ID for petite, is the comprehensive terms given to a host of technologies that are used to support machines recognize objects.


0 Comments

in RFID Basics on

Where Are RFID Tags Used?

Radio Frequency Identification tags are small adhesive tags that can be attached to any object or person in transit for the purpose of tracking and keeping a record.

0 Comments

in RFID News on

How to Use RFID Clothing Tags?

Lately, Radio frequency Identification has been shifting the viewpoint of the businesses all around the world by encouraging computerization, reducing manual work and in turn, increasing competence and output with various cost-effective approaches.

0 Comments

in RFID Basics on

How to Program RFID Tags in Factory?

RFID Tags are the new generation tracking devices that are being used worldwide to store and carry information electronically.

0 Comments

in RFID Basics on

Some Basic Knowledge about Low Frequency RFID Tags

Long checkout lines at the grocery store are one of the biggest turn offs of the shopping experience.

0 Comments

in RFID Journal on

How To Read RFID Tags With The Reader?

Before knowing how to read RFID tags it one must know what RFID tags are. RFID is the acronym for Radio-Frequency Identification and are small, but extremely useful electronic devices that carry a chip and can withstand up to 2000 bytes of data. 

0 Comments

Showing 169 to 182 of 338 (25 Pages)