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Identive Receives U.S. Patent For Tag-On-Metal RFID Technology

Contract Parkers Use TagMaster RFID Tag As ‘Parking Debit Tag'

Honeywell To Acquire Intermec For $600 Million

Omni-ID Introduces The NEW Exo 600

Mandarin Oriental, Boston Selects InvoTech UHF-RFID Uniform System

Enso Detego RFID Software Enables New Shopping Experience In Retail Stores

GammaTech Rugged T7Q Tablet To Be Integrated Into Victory Police Motorcycles

Toshiba Certifies Omni-ID UltraThin On-Metal RFID Labels For Printer Compatibility

GlobeRanger Announces Cloud Computing For RFID, Sensor And Asset Management Solutions

TCP IP RFID Reader From DAILY RFID Enhances More Efficient Data Communication
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Best Practices Guide: RFID Implementation, Testing, And Deployment
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.
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Intermec Antenna Cell: RFID Antenna
With its unique, mostly metal design, the Intermec Antenna Cell is an RFID antenna specifically developed for forklift installations where shock and vibration can far exceed the specifications of antennas designed for fixed RFID reader applications. Complete with mounting hardware, Antenna Cells can be mounted with no drilling, cutting, or welding which enables fast and inexpensive installations for a single forklift or fleet deployments.
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Intermec Antenna Cell: RFID Antenna