RFID Free Tutorials for multiple topics.

Ξ August 27th, 2008 | → Comments Off on RFID Free Tutorials for multiple topics. | ∇ General RFID Questions, RFID News, UHF Ultra High Frequency |

To assist RFID newcomers and provide additional knowledge to all RFID users SkyRFID  has added free tutorials for:

Simply click on any of the above links to go to that page or go directly to SkyRFID.com home page and view from there.

Either way it is now very easy to learn more about RFID all in one place when you want to.

Before you start any RFID project let our consulting experts provide you with their advice on the who, what, where, when and why of RFID.

SkyRFID the RFID Experts

SkyRFID the RFID Experts

 

What are you doing with a Hammer on the DogBone over the Crab?

Ξ August 12th, 2008 | → Comments Off on What are you doing with a Hammer on the DogBone over the Crab? | ∇ General RFID Questions, RFID News |

You could even be putting your Belt on the Web, while looking at the Frog on the Corkscrew and playing with your Banjo.  Or holding the Trident with a Button draped over the HoneyComb under a Monster with a PaperClip.  You could take a Blade to the Imperial, Lasso a Propeller, and Squiggle the Spyder!

What am I doing? I’m writing about some of the names of the RFID UHF inlays that are currently being produced.  No longer is it just a technical number such as JD-234; manufacturers now call inlays by what they visually look like!  So a Frog is a UPM Raflatac UHF Global 860 ~ 960 Gen 2 Power Series Inlay

Rafsec UHF Global Inlay

UPM Raflatac UHF Global Inlay

and a Belt is another UPM Raflatac UHF Global 860 ~ 960 Gen 2 ShortDipole Series inlay.

UPM Raflatac UHF Belt Inlay
UPM Raflatac UHF

Well I do think that the Inlay called the Frog does have some sort of resemblance to a Frog and possibly the one above does look kinda like a belt and it really is easier to remember a Frog and a Belt than a JD-234 and an TF-1969 so I’m OK with it.

Most people really don’t realize just how many inlays there are available for UHF let alone other frequencies and even then people are not aware that you could have a copper, silver or aluminum antenna on the inlay and each one provides different read characteristics.

To help people understand more about what inlays are and what they look like SkyRFID Web site has added a few new pages http://www.skyrfid.com/index.php?pr=RFID_Tag_Inlays for Tag Inlays and other pages for Tag Design, Tag Read Distances and Tag IC’s to help people understand more about RFID tags.  Take a look at the pages and hopefully you will get a better understanding of the tag technology.

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