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Ultra High Frequency (UHF) Passive RFID Tags - minimum read distance of over 1 meter or 3 feet. Gen2 tags can have a read range of up to 12 meters or 37 feet, however new generation of IC's plus antenna designs are now pushing this distance to over 15 meters! Gen 2 tags can be either 860 MHz. or 902 MHz. frequencies.How far can the RFID tag be read efficiently?
Generally speaking, RFID tag maximum read distances are as follows: 125 kHz and 134.2 kHz Usually 10 cm (4 inches) It is possible to get read distances over 30cm (1 foot), but these cases need individual assessment.How do RFID readers and tags communicate?
RFID system uses radio waves for communication between the reader and tag. RFID reader automatically identifies the objects (tags) and collect the data from them. Hence they come under a group of technologies called AIDC (automatic identification and data capture).What information is stored on a RFID tag?
What information is stored on an RFID tag? RFID tags have a memory chip installed allowing storage of an item's; location, serial number, manufacturer, photo, use history, a maintenance schedule and much more. The speed of this data capture using an RFID system is less than 5% of the time taken in a manual process.