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  • RFID Tags: LF, HF, UHF, Passive Active RFID Tags, Asset ...

    Omnia manufactures RFID tags, All our products are designed to satisfy your requirement. We are the leading RFID tag manufacturer with high quality, Provides customized RFID Solutions, Smart Cards, Security Systems, RFID asset tracking.

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  • High Performance HDX Ultra EID Ear Tags Allflex - EID ...

    Allflex High Performance HDX Ultra EID Tags are tamperproof, single use tags that utilize Half Duplex Technology. Each tag is printed with the unique 15-digit ID number that is stored within the tag's HDX transponder. Tags can be visually verified with printed tag ID number or automatically verified with use of a reading device.

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    RFID Tags, Smart Card, Ear Tag, Pet Microchip, Pigeon Ring : Mgmt. Certification: ISO 9001, ISO 9000, QC 080000, GMP, HACCP ... Ultra High Frequency Sheep Cow Electronic Ear Tags RFID Card. ... Subscribe to product alert and stay updated to …

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  • High Frequency - Asia Smart Tag Co., Ltd.

    High Frequency. Features: 14443A B,15693 protocol 14443A B is the principle of electromagnetic induction near-field coupling, the distance is close, but there are many encryption protocols, mainly used for identity recognition; 15693 protocol is the principle of electromagnetic induction near-far field coupling, the distance is relatively ...

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  • Cattle EID FAQ - ScotEID

    2015-1-7u2002·u2002The following is a list of frequently asked questions relating to the use of Low Frequency (LF), Ultra High Frequency (UHF) and dual LF‐UHF technology for electronic identification (EID) of cattle ('control‐click' on a question, or simply scroll‐down).

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  • A note on UHF tagging and ScotEID

    2011-9-20u2002·u2002The basic elements of radio-frequency identification (RFID) and related wireless technologies have been known since at least the second world war, with the first commercial applications appearing in the 1950s and in agriculture in …

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  • The Efficacy of Using the EPCglobal ... - GS1 New Zealand

    2019-7-4u2002·u2002RFID rumen bolus and ear tag technologies are widely used for livestock management and inventory and are mandated in some parts of the world for animal traceability and biosecurity. Ultra-high frequency (UHF) technologies were standardised more recently (circa 2003-2009) and have been widely adopted in many industries worldwide.

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  • Understanding choosing RFID tag based on the tag

    The ultra high frequency range includes frequencies from 300 to 1000 MHz, but only two frequency ranges, 433 MHz and 860–960 MHz, are used for RFID applications. The 433 MHz frequency is used for active tags, while the 860–960 MHz range is used mostly for passive tags and some semi-passive tags. The frequency range of 860–960 MHz is often ...

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  • 6 Points You Should know about LF(125KHZ) RFID Tag ...

    2019-6-21u2002·u2002Within passive RFID, there are three main tag reader technologies on the market today, named after their respective frequency bands: low-frequency, high-frequency, and ultra-high-frequency . The Low Frequency (LF) band covers frequencies from 30 KHz to 300 KHz.

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  • Dual Frequency Smart Cards (Hybrid Cards)

    Low Frequency + High FrequencyC: LF + HF cards are the most common dual-frequency cards and usually have an HF antenna laminated around the outside of the card with a thick coil LF antenna contained within. Legacy LF systems like HID prox are often replaced by higher security HF implementations that still require usage of the original LF chip ...

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