RFID is the fastest growing
identification technology today. Unlike barcodes RFID tags do not have
to be in line of sight to be read and up to 1,000 tags can be read simultaneously.
RFID tags can be read/write meaning that data can be
recorded on the tag itself. Storage capacity varies from 1 bit, used in
security applications, to 512 bits, used to store data that needs to travel
with the product, such as in, food distribution. Data can be recorded
throughout the distribution cycle without the need of a centralized computer
RFID tags come in a variety of physical forms, shapes,
sizes, and protective housings to meet particular application needs.
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