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Times-7 RFID antennas

15 July, 2013

Unique Micro Design has taken on the distribution of Times-7 SlimLine and Near Field RFID antennas.


RFID report forecasts healthy growth

17 June, 2013

The global market for RFID will grow at a CAGR of 16% over the period of 2012-18, according to new research.


Paper over wet etching for RFID antennas

18 June, 2012

The manufacturing of RFID antennas has changed with a patented technology, Walki-4E.


RFID keeps track of sponges after surgery

01 November, 2011

ClearCount Medical Solutions has selected NXP RFID to enable its SmartSponge System to detect and account for surgical sponges placed in a patient’s body when undergoing surgery, so that no items are left behind.


Epicor Software Corporation RFID support

26 August, 2011 by

Epicor Software now supports radio frequency identification (RFID) as part of its end-to-end Epicor for Distribution solution.


Libraries adopt RFID system

08 December, 2010

Melbourne Library Service has celebrated a historic milestone, after implementing technology to enhance the efficiency of user transactions.


Making RFID earn its keep

20 July, 2010

RFID is by now a well-established radio technology. However, the radio system can only be effective if the installation, and the need for it, work hand in hand after some very careful planning and research. This article looks beyond the technology and into that planning process to ensure RFID implementation is a success.


Sick RFH620 RFID system

08 December, 2009 by

The RFH620 RFID system is designed to be a solution for intralogistics, with an integrated antenna, high transmission rates in the 13.56 MHz frequency range, and openness for differing fieldbus environments and IT structures.


RFID system for intralogistics

28 October, 2009

The RFH620 RFID system is designed to be a solution for intralogistics, with an integrated antenna, high transmission rates in the 13.56 MHz frequency range, and openness for differing fieldbus environments and IT structures.


Modular RFID interface

17 August, 2009 by

The BL ident RFID product portfolio has been expanded with the release of a simple RFID (RFID-S) slice for its BL20 modular I/O system. Each RFID-S slice contains two channels of RFID. Additional RFID slices, as well as traditional discrete and analog I/O slices, may be added to the system, making it the only product on the market that allows this combination on the same node on the network, according to Turck.


RFID developers’ kits

28 April, 2009 by

Unique Micro-Design has released the SkyeTek range of RFID developers’ kits.


RFID developers’ kits

28 April, 2009 by

Unique Micro-Design has released the SkyeTek range of RFID developers’ kits.


RFID reader

01 January, 2009

austriamicrosystems, in partnership with BeeDar Technology, has released the latest BDUR-002 mid-range UHF RFID reader.


Electronic DNA enables unclonable RFID chips

27 November, 2008

Security technology exploits uniqueness of individual silicon chips for authentication and secret key generation.


Protecting RFID security

26 September, 2008

Contactless RFID is well established for access control for buildings; simply wave a pass near the reader and the door opens. However, it is generally not realised just how easy it is for unauthorised people to access the information on these devices without the owners even realising, warns Peratech, a designer of new materials for touch technology.


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