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Best Practices for RFID Based Geiger Counting

RFID based Geiger counting is one of the most common RFID applications on the shop floor. This article discusses how to create best-in-practise Geiger counting, and why - we wanted to add a technical aspect to the discussion.

Introduction to Retail RFID Technology, part 4 - Readers and antennas

The article series introducing the basics of RFID ends with the fourth part, which discusses readers and antennas.

Introduction to Retail RFID Technology, part 3 - Tags

The third part of the article series Introduction to RFID technology takes a look at different types of tags. Tags are an essential part of an RFID system as they are used as an identifier for the product.

Introduction to Retail RFID Technology, part 2 - Radio technology and radio waves

This is the second part of the article series Introduction to RFID technology, the basics of RFID explained by the Tech Geek.

Introduction to Retail RFID Technology, part 1

As we talk about RFID a lot, the Tech Geek has been asked the following questions: “What is RFID? How does it work?” School of RFID has been constantly investigating this topic, and now some light will be shed on our findings.

The technical possibilities of area reading

What does the future for RFID solutions look like? The Tech Geek interviewed Hannu Heino, Technical Director of Nordic ID. He gave us some aspects about what we should prepare for when hearing about new innovations among RFID business.

Several UHF RFID readers in the DC, part 2

The reader collision problem was earlier introduced in part 1. Now the Tech Geek returns with the second part. This time we discuss further how to improve the reading efficiency by for instance taking a closer look at the reader and the antennas.

Several UHF RFID readers in the DC, part 1

A staff member is performing a stock inventory with a mobile UHF RFID reader. Everything flows smoothly until the mobile UHF RFID reader notes that there is another UHF RFID reader in the DC – a fixed one. What happens – do they both freak out?

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The RFID Arena is an official platform for the School of RFID with articles, white papers and blog posts by industry opinion leaders, Nordic ID RFID experts, organization and university research representatives and retailers.

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