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  • What are the common types of interfaces for RFID readers?

    What are the common types of interfaces for RFID readers?

    The communication interface is particularly important for the docking of information and products. The interface types of RFID readers are mainly divided into wired interfaces and wireless interfaces. Wired interfaces generally have a variety of communication interfaces, such as: serial ports, n...
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  • Application-of-rfid-smart-management-solution-in-logistics-industry

    Application-of-rfid-smart-management-solution-in-logistics-industry

    With the development of the economy and the change of people’s shopping method, the demand for urban distribution in various industries such as e-commerce and catering is increasing, and the application management requirements for logistics are getting higher and higher. In this case, the i...
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  • What’s the difference between ISO18000-6B and ISO18000-6C (EPC C1G2) in the RFID standard

    What’s the difference between ISO18000-6B and ISO18000-6C (EPC C1G2) in the RFID standard

    In terms of wireless Radio Frequency Identification, the typical working frequencies include 125KHZ, 13.56MHz, 869.5MHz, 915.3MHZ, 2.45GHz etc, corresponding to: low frequency (LF), high frequency (HF), ultra high frequency (UHF), microwave (MW) . Each frequency band tag has a corresponding proto...
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  • RFID technology combines drones,how does it work?

    RFID technology combines drones,how does it work?

    In recent years, with the increasing application of RFID technology in life, some technology companies have combined drones and RFID (radio frequency identification) technology to reduce costs and strengthen supply chain management. UAV to achieve RFID collection of information in harsh environm...
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  • Auto tire RFID traceability management solution

    Auto tire RFID traceability management solution

    RFID”radio frequency identification technology” is a kind of automatic identification technology. It conducts non-contact two-way data communication through radio frequency, and uses radio frequency to read and write recording media (electronic tags or radio frequency cards), so as to...
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  • What barcode scanners are there on the market? What’s the difference?

    What barcode scanners are there on the market? What’s the difference?

      A barcode scanner is a device that used to read the information contained in the barcode. After decoding, it is transmitted to a computer or other database. Which kinds of barcode scanners are there in the market? How to differentiate? 1. According to the type of barcode, there are 1D ba...
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  • The classification of NFC cards.

    The classification of NFC cards.

    NFC cards are mainly divided into ID cards and IC cards. ID cards are mainly being read data by NFC reading devices; IC cards have chips that specifically process card data. ID card: only record the card number, the card number can be read without limitation and it is easy to be imitated. The ID...
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  • NFC VS RFID?

    NFC VS RFID?

      RFID (Radio Frequency Identification), its principle is the non-contact data communication between the reader and the tag to achieve the purpose of identifying the target. As long as it is a radio frequency method, and can be identified in this way, it is counted as an RFID category. According ...
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  • What’s the difference between active, semi-active and passive RFID tags

    What’s the difference between active, semi-active and passive RFID tags

    RFID electronic tags are composed of tags, rfid readers and data storage and processing systems. According to different power supply methods, RFID can be divided into three types: active RFID, semi-active RFID, and passive RFID. The memory is a chip with an antenna. The information in the chip ca...
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  • What is NFC? what’s the application in daily life?

    What is NFC? what’s the application in daily life?

    NFC is short-range wireless communication technology. This technology evolved from non-contact radio frequency identification (RFID) and was jointly developed by Philips Semiconductors (now NXP Semiconductors), Nokia and Sony, based on RFID and interconnect technology. Near Field Communication is...
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  • RFID attendance monitoring solution on mine industry

    RFID attendance monitoring solution on mine industry

    Due to the particularity of mine production, it is generally difficult to grasp the dynamic distribution and operation of the personnel underground in a timely manner. Once an accident occurs, there is a lack of reliable information for the rescue of underground personnel, and the efficiency of...
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  • How to distinguish and select barcode and RFID device?

    How to distinguish and select barcode and RFID device?

    RFID and barcodes are both data-carrying technologies that store product information on labels, but they are different. So how to distinguish and choose these two kinds of labels and scanning equipment? First of all, what is the difference between RFID and barcode? 1. Different functions Barcode...
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