Paper systems offer RFID Transponder Systems solutions for retail, consumer goods, manufacturing, transportation and logistics, pharmaceuticals, defense, supply chain management, access control, event ticketing, parcel tracking, and the other industries needs. RFID converting equipment is of strictly modular nature and can be upgraded later on. The customer can start with an economic solution which has a “built-in roadmap” toward high-end solutions for all possible features desirable in the RFID labels/tags world.
Radio frequency identification (RFID) uses electromagnetic fields to automatically identify and track tags attached to objects. The tags contain electronically stored information. Passive tags collect energy from a nearby RFID reader’s interrogating radio waves.
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Transponders were originally electronic circuits that were attached to some item whose position or presence was to be determined. The transponder operates by responding to an interrogation request received from an interrogator, either by returning some data from the transponder such as an identity code, or returning the original properties of the signal received from the interrogator with a minimum time delay.
As the interrogator signal is generally much stronger than the returned signal, the former would swamp the latter unless some characteristic of the response is changed. This is generally the frequency, but it could be polarization. Global RFID Transponder Market is Segmented By Types into LF RFID Reader, HF RFID Reader, and UHF RFID Reader.
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Low frequency (LF) 125 kHz RFID readers interrogate RFID tags at a close proximity; with a read range of up to 10 cm (some special readers may read tags from an extended distance of up to 1m). Due to the LF 125 kHz frequency’s lower sensitivity to radio wave interference, these readers are often used in configurations where metal and water are present. An unusually simple method of converting the interrogating RF field into a data-modulated signal that can be transmitted back to the reader contributes to the low manufacturing cost of this transponder design.
In HF RFID Reader, GAO RFID’s High frequency (HF) 13.56 MHz readers can read tags within a distance of 1 to 12 inches and include the use of the NFC protocol. Compatible with most MIFARE tags, we offer HF 13.56 MHz readers in many form factors such as fixed readers or handheld devices that are perfect for your desktop or mobile environment. UHF RFID reader module offers world leading performance, form factor, and time-to-market advantages to OEM, Value Added Reseller, and Solution Provider customers. It is designed to the performance standards of full size readers, but is small and efficient enough to be used in mobile applications and MW RFID Reader.
Global RFID Transponder Market is Segmented By Region into United States, EU, Japan, China, India, and Southeast Asia. The Key Players include Honeywell, Datalogic, Zebra, Impinj, and Fieg Electronics, Unitech, ThingMagic, TSL, Alien Technology, Mojix, AWID, Cipher Lab, Invengo Technology, Sense Technology, CSL, Chinareader.
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