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Evaluation of power saving options for RFID readers

Power consumption and operating time are important factors in battery powered RFID readers. We set out to test and evaluate different power saving options.

Applying RSSI filters for optimal RFID performance

The RSSI value is an indicator of signal strength, in praxis used for estimating distance. By applying RSSI filters one can optimize RFID reading and writing conditions for specific applications, so that only tags within a certain distance are registered.

AVOIDING DEAD SPOTS AND OPTIMIZING NEAR-FIELD UHF RFID READING

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.

User effect on RFID reading patterns between different UHF RFID antennas

Different antennas have different reading patterns and objects affect the patterns. We will have a look at three different antenna designs and how their reading patterns are affected by a person.

System developers - Get familiar with InventoryServer

InventoryServer is a new and excellent tool for creating RFID applications when multiple fixed RFID readers and external antennas are used in the same system.

Step inside the School of RFID!

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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