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RFID alternative is new standard

25 February, 2009

Visible Assets says that the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) has approved RuBee, a long-wavelength, packet-based, magnetic transceiver protocol, as a new international standard designated IEEE 1902.1.

Luggage handling at Hong Kong Airport

17 August, 2008

A multi-year contract to supply Hong Kong international airport with up to 70 million RFID labels will see speedier and more reliable luggage handling for many of the 48 million passengers that use the airport each year.

Breakthrough in organic RFID

11 February, 2008

The Holst Centre presented a plastic 64-bit inductively coupled passive RFID tag operating at 13.56 MHz at the International Solid State Circuit Conference.

RFID: a mechanics dream

05 December, 2007

Radio frequency tagging has reached the motor vehicle manufacturing industry but not just as a guide to warehouse parts: the latest tags are actually attached to components inside a working car

Smart labels

13 March, 2007

Domi HF smart labels now incorporate the Philips ICODE SL2 ICS20 chip with 1 Kb R/W EEPROM for producing RFID tags.

Is RFID safe and secure?

05 February, 2007 by Elizabeth Latham, Journalist

We've heard a lot about RFID - it's used in supermarkets, implanted in pets and even by blood banks - but is it actually secure?

TagWorks RFID system

04 September, 2006

NCR has announced TagWorks, a peel-and-apply RFID product suite designed to provide readily tailored tags to meet RFID compliances.

The digital plague

11 July, 2006

Just when we thought we had rid ourselves of the plague it has come back in a more modern form, infecting pets, airports and supermarkets through radio frequency identification tags (RFID)

Smart label printers

25 May, 2004

Zebra's R402 printer enables users to create smart labels on demand and encode variable information in the tags. The printer uses label stock that incorporates blank RFID integrated circuits, sandwiched between the face stock and the adhesive layer. These smart label printers can function as traditional printers when creating barcodes, graphics and human-readable text. However, they also have RFID encoders and readers embedded inside.

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