This week Toni Heijari contributed to the School of RFID by publishing an article about near-field transmission. Bombproof RFID-article published in Data Collection. Also, check out our other technical articles.
Most of our colleagues are on holiday and the corridors are
echoing with silence. But that does not mean we're not all about
business as usual.
This week's article
Toni Heijari, RF Design Engineer at Nordic ID, wrote an
excellent technical article that was highly appreciated on the
Avoiding dead spots and optimizing near-field UHF
"The size of the tags is not the only difference between
far-field and near-field RFID technology. This article aims to look
closer at how parameters and antennas can be modified to optimize
the reading performance of near-field tags."
NORDIC ID ARTICLE FEATURED IN DATA
We are thrilled to announce that our article "Bombproof RFID -
Smart RFID tag manufacturing makes reading next to metals and
liquids a reality" got published in Data Collection!
"With the help of a mobile RFID computer, you can read all
the clothing tags inside a cardboard box from across the room. But
fill that box with cans of Coca-Cola, and you might not be able to
read tags until you are just inches away. How to solve these
Read the whole article here.
Other techical articles
Our motto is "Let's share information and learn from each
other". Well, there is no doubt that these technical articles
contain valuable information for RFID getters and doers. Let us
know if there is a particular subject that you would like to read
more about and we will see what our in-house Tech Geek can do about
User effect on RFID reading patterns between
different UHF RFID antennas
RFID gates - The technology behind them
Managing environmental issues related to
Succeed in writing UHF RFID Tags - practical
Succeed in writing UHF RFID Tags
RFID Reading Performance
Impact of Item Level RFID into Inventory
Art of comparing RFID reader power outputs
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