Category: RFID basics

The Top 9 Benefits of RFID Technology

RFID is a highly versatile technology with applications throughout business – from controlling manufacturing processes to maintenance and inspection of equipment, managing assets and tracking goods through to distribution. RFID systems offer benefits for businesses of all sizes, allowing them to rapidly improve efficiency

RFID Standards

There are several guidelines and specifications for RFID technology, but the main standards organizations are:   Each radio frequency has associated standards, including ISO14223 and ISO/IEC 18000-2 for LF RFID, ISO15693 and ISO/IEC14443 for HF RFID, and ISO18000-6C for UHF RFID. In the UHF

The Top 6 Unique Features that Make RFID Systems an Ideal Choice

RFID offers a unique combination of features. It is an efficient way to identify individual items electronically, and the ID can be linked with software and databases to form an integrated relationship between physical objects and computer systems. Unlike barcodes, RFID does not require

How to Conform to Regional Regulations when using RFID

Regional regulations are rules put in place by individual countries to regulate the transmit frequency and output power of RFID systems. In any country, these regulations are important to know and abide by when purchasing and deploying an RFID system. Here are the most common


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The Top 12 Common Uses of RFID

After analyzing RFID applications, RFID technology shows competitive advantages over barcode technology. First of all, RFID allows for tracing every single item in a batch with an identification number per object. At the second place, RFID makes possible to read all the ID numbers

What Is RFID and How Does RFID Work?

RFID is a technology that uses radio frequencies for the automated identification of objects, people and animals. RFID is in fact the acronym for Radio Frequency IDentification. With RFID technology, identification can be done automatically, massively, quickly, and even at a distance of several