RFID Antennas

Friday Fundamentals: RFID Antennas

RFID antennas are part of every RFID system. Their main job is to ensure the signal from RFID tags reaches the reader. Antennas are included in packaged RFID systems, but individually, they can run anywhere from $100 to $1000 or more. The biggest mistake we see people make is purchasing the lowest priced antenna only
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RFID vs. NFC

RFID and NFC are similar, but they are not the same, as many people believe. Understanding the differences between them will help you make the best choice for your needs. Overview of RFID vs. NFC RFID identifies and tracks items with radio waves. NFC is a subset of RFID. It uses High-Frequency radio waves, which
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Friday Fundamentals: What is RFID? (Part 1)

If you’ve been trying to find a way to organize and better manage products or inventory, you’ve probably come across the RFID acronym. It stands for Radio Frequency Identification. The simplest RFID involves a small chip transponder (usually called a “tag”), a transceiver and an antenna. The tag is able to carry 2,000 bytes of
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RFID vs. Barcode – What’s the Difference?

What’s the Difference Between RFID and Barcodes? This is a question we get all the time from inventory pros and newbies alike, in all sorts of industries. More often than not, it’s not really because they truly don’t see any difference between RFID vs. barcode technology – the differences are pretty obvious – but what
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