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RFID is an acronym of radio-frequency identification. It is a system apply to track objects, people and animals use tags that respond to radio waves. RFID tags are integrated circuits that consists of a small antenna. They are typically small enough so that they are not easily illustrious, thus can be placed at many types of objects or animals. RFID tags are frequently used to uniquely evaluate the object they attached to, but RFID tags don’t need to scanned directly with laser scanner. They can be recorded by simply placing the tag within the range of RFID radio transmitter. This will cause it possible to quickly scan some items or locate a particular object surrounded by other objects. RFID tags have many uses,such as merchandise tags, airplane luggage, credit card, animal tags and etc.
There are 3 types of RFID hardware, which are readers, printers/encoders and RFID labels and tags. RFID readers can be fixed or handled. Fixed readers are attached on wall, plugged in and ready to scan. Handled readers are usually mobile to let the staff can scan from everywhere in facility. All readers can help in achieve maximum asset visibility. RFID readers also allow you to read large volumes of tags once. Next, RFID printers can digitally encode accurate and complete data into RFID tags. Some RFID printers are desktop devices, it is available for large and small scale volume, others are mobile and handled for staff on the go. The last RFID hardware is RFID labels and tags. There have many options in RFID labels and tags, such as active tags and passive tags, Gen 1, Gen 2, HF, UHF and etc. To make the right selection, you must consider for data storage capacity, the environment and elements the tag may be subjected to, required reading distance and volume to be processed once. RFID labels and tags can save up to 100 times data mare than the barcode labels.

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