Best Practices Guide: RFID Implementation, Testing, And Deployment By Omni-ID
It was early 2009, and John Richards was testing the RFID inventory system he'd been working on for the past several years. John Richards manages the data centers for one of the country's largest equipment providers. The data center where the RFID system was being tested was around 2000 square feet and contained over 7000 individual pieces of equipment.
Deep And Wide, Near And Far By Impinj, Inc.
By virtue of the innovative ways Impinj exploits the nuances of RF physics, UHF Gen 2 now performs
equally as well on small, individual items traveling along high-speed manufacturing lines as it does on
pallets of cased goods rolling through distribution centers. In the bargain, UHF Gen 2 has rendered
the older, slower, and more costly HF (13.56 MHz) RFID technologies obsolete.
UHF Vs. HF RFID: New Insight On The Old Debate By Intermec, Inc.
It's time to bring new facts to the old debate as to whether high frequency (13.56 MHz) or ultra-high frequency (UHF, which includes EPC Gen 2) RFID technology is best for meeting business needs. The technologies have changed, therefore so too should the debate.
Intermec's Small Rigid Tag (SRT) is a truly passive UHF RFID tag designed for superior performance on a variety of surfaces. The tag, available in EPC Global Class 1, Gen 2, and ISO 18000-6B protocols, combines an impressive range with a rugged yet compact design, suitable for harsh industrial applications.
Stratum Global is a software solutions company that develops and markets TagNet, a release supported, platform-agnostic Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) enterprise platform solution suite. We focus on Object Management across all areas of the technology including Passive, Battery Assisted Passive, Active and Ultra-Wide-Band technologies. Our software application solutions are non-proprietary and support multiple market- available hardware products from all areas of the technologies.