What Is The Typical Application Of RFID Technology?

- Aug 28, 2018-

1. Product performance: Since most products cover 868MHz to 915MHz, the requirements for corresponding reading and writing equipment in the system can be reduced, and the sensitivity to frequency deviation is reduced.

2. The product complies with: EPC CLASS 1 GEN 2 and ISO18000-6C.

3, professional services: targeted use of the world's advanced product experience, specific considerations for commonly used products.

4. Adaptation areas: logistics and supply management, manufacturing and assembly, air baggage handling, mail, express parcel processing, document tracking, library management animal identification, sports timing, access control, electronic tickets, road automatic charging. Long distance UHF tags to small UHF tags. Can be customized for customers to meet various requirements.

The relationship between RFID and the Internet of Things

Internet of Things refers to a huge network formed by combining various information sensing devices, such as radio frequency identification (RFID), two-dimensional code, global positioning system, etc., with the Internet to facilitate identification and management. RFID tags are the core technology.

A complete RFID industry chain includes standards, chips, antennas, label packaging, reading and writing equipment, middleware, application software, system integration, etc. The most critical technology is the design and manufacture of chips. The design and manufacturing technology of general-purpose chips is controlled by companies such as Philips (Phillips), Texas Instruments (TI), and Amtech.

The application of RFID is moving from the closed-loop market to the open-loop market, similar to the LAN-to-Internet process in the early days of the Internet.

RFID can be used in many fields, and label cost is the main obstacle to promotion. RFID is still looking for a new profit model. Wal-Mart is a strong enabler of RFID development in the logistics and supply chain industries. RFID improves supply chain efficiency, and costs are borne by suppliers and ultimately benefit. China is still driven by the government and large enterprises, and the application field is still relatively narrow.

RFID and open source projects

Open source software radio technology has a strong impact on the radio industry, and RFID is no exception. GNU Radio is a free software development kit. It provides a signal operation and processing module that enables software-defined radios on low-cost radio frequency (RF) hardware and general-purpose microprocessors that are easy to fabricate. This suite is widely used by amateurs, academic institutions and commercial organizations to research and build wireless communication systems. The application of GNU Radio is mainly written in the Python programming language. But its core signal processing module is built on C++ with a floating-point microprocessor. Therefore, developers can quickly and easily build a real-time, high-capacity wireless communication system. Although its primary function is not an emulator, GNU Radio supports the study of algorithms for signal processing of pre-stored and (signal generator) generated data without RF RF hardware components.