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  • HT RFID Tag - RFID Readers

    2 days agou2002·u2002The HT tag works on 13.56 MHz frequency. It is high temperature tag. This tag has flexible read/write range (reader dependent), this tag is compliant with ISO/IEC 15693 standards. In addition, it has data retention period of up to 50 years and can be widely used in many RFID application systems such as asset tracking, factory …

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  • Mount On Metal RFID Tags (All)

    2021-11-8u2002·u2002Available in both High Frequency (HF) and Ultra-High Frequency (UHF), our metal-mount RFID tags are made for metal surfaces and products. Made to track inventory and materials made of metal, our tags are rugged and difficult to damage, while designed to be easily screwed or affixed securely onto metallic surfaces. Technology.

    Get Price
  • Printable RFID Tags

    2021-11-11u2002·u2002The printable tags are available at a variety of frequencies for use that include 125 kHz Low frequency, 13.56 MHz High frequency and UHF 860- 960 MHz frequency. Furthermore, most of these kinds of tags are compliant with RoHs, MF1 S50, MF1 S70, Phillip Ucode Gen 2 and Impinj Monza 96.

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  • NFC - Near Field Communication

    2021-10-13u2002·u2002NXP offers a wide selection of 13.56 MHz high-frequency (HF) ICs for inlays, tags, labels, and other form factors, featuring multiple security, memory storage, and interactivity options that address varied customer needs. All our products are passively powered, so they don't need a battery.

    Get Price
  • HackerBox 0072: Tagger : 11 Steps - Instructables

    RFID tags may be read-only, having a factory-assigned serial number that is used as a key into a database, or may be read/write, where object-specific data can be written into the tag by the system user. There are three common frequency ranges used for RFID tags: Low-Frequency (LF): 120-135 KHz Key Fob; High-Frequency (HF): 13.56 MHz Card

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  • Keycard Entry Systems

    Low Frequency (LF) RFID operates around 30 KHz to 300 KHz and has a maximum range of 10cm. Your conventional office access card usually utilizes LF range. Prox keys are generally at 125kHz. High Frequency (HF) RFID operates around 3 MHz to 30 MHz and …

    Get Price
  • Secure Bluetooth Pairing Made Easy with NFC

    2019-10-22u2002·u2002As we explained in more details when we announced receiving our Tag Certification, NFC is a short-range RFID wireless technology that operates at 13.56 MHz, and is based on high-frequency RFID standards ISO 14443 A and B, ISO 15693, and FeliCa which is a standard defined by Sony that is primarily used in Japan.

    Get Price
  • RFID and NFC Door Access Control Systems

    RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification. RFID technology makes use of electromagnetic waves to capture and read transmitted data. Information is electronically stored on a tag attached to an object or to the carrier, and that tag's chip is activated when it's near a reader, enabling it to share the access information it holds.

    Get Price
  • nfc - Reading RFID with Android phones - Stack Overflow

    2012-10-26u2002·u2002NFC enabled phones can ONLY read NFC and passive high frequency RFID (HF-RFID). These must be read at an extremely close range, typically a few centimeters. For longer range or any other type of RFID/active RFID, you must use an external reader for handling them with mobile devices.

    Get Price
  • The Complete Guide to NFC - Blue Bite

    2018-8-28u2002·u2002To interact, a user simply brings their phone within range of an NFC tag, and is instantly presented with the corresponding content. It is also a ubiquitous technology, working across devices from iPhone to Android. iPhone. The iPhone has had NFC capabilities since 2014 with the release of the iPhone 6. Initially NFC was made exclusive to Apple ...

    Get Price
  • HT RFID Tag - RFID Readers

    2 days agou2002·u2002The HT tag works on 13.56 MHz frequency. It is high temperature tag. This tag has flexible read/write range (reader dependent), this tag is compliant with ISO/IEC 15693 standards. In addition, it has data retention period of up to 50 years and can be widely used in many RFID application systems such as asset tracking, factory automations and ...

    Get Price
  • Mount On Metal RFID Tags (All)

    2021-11-8u2002·u2002Available in both High Frequency (HF) and Ultra-High Frequency (UHF), our metal-mount RFID tags are made for metal surfaces and products. Made to track inventory and materials made of metal, our tags are rugged and difficult to damage, while designed to be easily screwed or affixed securely onto metallic surfaces. Technology.

    Get Price
  • Printable RFID Tags

    2021-11-11u2002·u2002The printable tags are available at a variety of frequencies for use that include 125 kHz Low frequency, 13.56 MHz High frequency and UHF 860- 960 MHz frequency. Furthermore, most of these kinds of tags are compliant with RoHs, MF1 S50, MF1 S70, Phillip Ucode Gen 2 and Impinj Monza 96.

    Get Price
  • NFC - Near Field Communication

    2021-10-13u2002·u2002NXP offers a wide selection of 13.56 MHz high-frequency (HF) ICs for inlays, tags, labels, and other form factors, featuring multiple security, memory storage, and interactivity options that address varied customer needs. All our products are passively powered, so they don't need a battery.

    Get Price
  • HackerBox 0072: Tagger : 11 Steps - Instructables

    RFID tags may be read-only, having a factory-assigned serial number that is used as a key into a database, or may be read/write, where object-specific data can be written into the tag by the system user. There are three common frequency ranges used for RFID tags: Low-Frequency (LF): 120-135 KHz Key Fob; High-Frequency (HF): 13.56 MHz Card

    Get Price
  • Keycard Entry Systems

    Low Frequency (LF) RFID operates around 30 KHz to 300 KHz and has a maximum range of 10cm. Your conventional office access card usually utilizes LF range. Prox keys are generally at 125kHz. High Frequency (HF) RFID operates around 3 MHz to 30 MHz and …

    Get Price
  • Secure Bluetooth Pairing Made Easy with NFC

    2019-10-22u2002·u2002As we explained in more details when we announced receiving our Tag Certification, NFC is a short-range RFID wireless technology that operates at 13.56 MHz, and is based on high-frequency RFID standards ISO 14443 A and B, ISO 15693, and FeliCa which is a standard defined by Sony that is primarily used in Japan.

    Get Price
  • RFID and NFC Door Access Control Systems

    RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification. RFID technology makes use of electromagnetic waves to capture and read transmitted data. Information is electronically stored on a tag attached to an object or to the carrier, and that tag's chip is activated when it's near a reader, enabling it to share the access information it holds.

    Get Price
  • nfc - Reading RFID with Android phones - Stack Overflow

    2012-10-26u2002·u2002NFC enabled phones can ONLY read NFC and passive high frequency RFID (HF-RFID). These must be read at an extremely close range, typically a few centimeters. For longer range or any other type of RFID/active RFID, you must use an external reader for handling them with mobile devices.

    Get Price
  • The Complete Guide to NFC - Blue Bite

    2018-8-28u2002·u2002To interact, a user simply brings their phone within range of an NFC tag, and is instantly presented with the corresponding content. It is also a ubiquitous technology, working across devices from iPhone to Android. iPhone. The iPhone has had NFC capabilities since 2014 with the release of the iPhone 6. Initially NFC was made exclusive to Apple ...

    Get Price
  • HT RFID Tag - RFID Readers

    2 days agou2002·u2002The HT tag works on 13.56 MHz frequency. It is high temperature tag. This tag has flexible read/write range (reader dependent), this tag is compliant with ISO/IEC 15693 standards. In addition, it has data retention period of up to 50 years and can be widely used in many RFID application systems such as asset tracking, factory automations and ...

    Get Price
  • Mount On Metal RFID Tags (All)

    2021-11-8u2002·u2002Available in both High Frequency (HF) and Ultra-High Frequency (UHF), our metal-mount RFID tags are made for metal surfaces and products. Made to track inventory and materials made of metal, our tags are rugged and difficult to damage, while designed to be easily screwed or affixed securely onto metallic surfaces. Technology.

    Get Price
  • Printable RFID Tags

    2021-11-11u2002·u2002The printable tags are available at a variety of frequencies for use that include 125 kHz Low frequency, 13.56 MHz High frequency and UHF 860- 960 MHz frequency. Furthermore, most of these kinds of tags are compliant with RoHs, MF1 S50, MF1 S70, Phillip Ucode Gen 2 and Impinj Monza 96.

    Get Price
  • NFC - Near Field Communication

    2021-10-13u2002·u2002NXP offers a wide selection of 13.56 MHz high-frequency (HF) ICs for inlays, tags, labels, and other form factors, featuring multiple security, memory storage, and interactivity options that address varied customer needs. All our products are passively powered, so they don't need a battery.

    Get Price
  • HackerBox 0072: Tagger : 11 Steps - Instructables

    RFID tags may be read-only, having a factory-assigned serial number that is used as a key into a database, or may be read/write, where object-specific data can be written into the tag by the system user. There are three common frequency ranges used for RFID tags: Low-Frequency (LF): 120-135 KHz Key Fob; High-Frequency (HF): 13.56 MHz Card

    Get Price
  • Keycard Entry Systems

    Low Frequency (LF) RFID operates around 30 KHz to 300 KHz and has a maximum range of 10cm. Your conventional office access card usually utilizes LF range. Prox keys are generally at 125kHz. High Frequency (HF) RFID operates around 3 MHz to 30 MHz and …

    Get Price
  • Secure Bluetooth Pairing Made Easy with NFC

    2019-10-22u2002·u2002As we explained in more details when we announced receiving our Tag Certification, NFC is a short-range RFID wireless technology that operates at 13.56 MHz, and is based on high-frequency RFID standards ISO 14443 A and B, ISO 15693, and FeliCa which is a standard defined by Sony that is primarily used in Japan.

    Get Price
  • RFID and NFC Door Access Control Systems

    RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification. RFID technology makes use of electromagnetic waves to capture and read transmitted data. Information is electronically stored on a tag attached to an object or to the carrier, and that tag's chip is activated when it's near a reader, enabling it to share the access information it holds.

    Get Price
  • nfc - Reading RFID with Android phones - Stack Overflow

    2012-10-26u2002·u2002NFC enabled phones can ONLY read NFC and passive high frequency RFID (HF-RFID). These must be read at an extremely close range, typically a few centimeters. For longer range or any other type of RFID/active RFID, you must use an external reader for handling them with mobile devices.

    Get Price
  • The Complete Guide to NFC - Blue Bite

    2018-8-28u2002·u2002To interact, a user simply brings their phone within range of an NFC tag, and is instantly presented with the corresponding content. It is also a ubiquitous technology, working across devices from iPhone to Android. iPhone. The iPhone has had NFC capabilities since 2014 with the release of the iPhone 6. Initially NFC was made exclusive to Apple ...

    Get Price
  • HT RFID Tag - RFID Readers

    2 days agou2002·u2002The HT tag works on 13.56 MHz frequency. It is high temperature tag. This tag has flexible read/write range (reader dependent), this tag is compliant with ISO/IEC 15693 standards. In addition, it has data retention period of up to 50 years and can be widely used in many RFID application systems such as asset tracking, factory automations and ...

    Get Price
  • Mount On Metal RFID Tags (All)

    2021-11-8u2002·u2002Available in both High Frequency (HF) and Ultra-High Frequency (UHF), our metal-mount RFID tags are made for metal surfaces and products. Made to track inventory and materials made of metal, our tags are rugged and difficult to damage, while designed to be easily screwed or affixed securely onto metallic surfaces. Technology.

    Get Price
  • Printable RFID Tags

    2021-11-11u2002·u2002The printable tags are available at a variety of frequencies for use that include 125 kHz Low frequency, 13.56 MHz High frequency and UHF 860- 960 MHz frequency. Furthermore, most of these kinds of tags are compliant with RoHs, MF1 S50, MF1 S70, Phillip Ucode Gen 2 and Impinj Monza 96.

    Get Price
  • NFC - Near Field Communication

    2021-10-13u2002·u2002NXP offers a wide selection of 13.56 MHz high-frequency (HF) ICs for inlays, tags, labels, and other form factors, featuring multiple security, memory storage, and interactivity options that address varied customer needs. All our products are passively powered, so they don't need a battery.

    Get Price
  • HackerBox 0072: Tagger : 11 Steps - Instructables

    RFID tags may be read-only, having a factory-assigned serial number that is used as a key into a database, or may be read/write, where object-specific data can be written into the tag by the system user. There are three common frequency ranges used for RFID tags: Low-Frequency (LF): 120-135 KHz Key Fob; High-Frequency (HF): 13.56 MHz Card

    Get Price
  • Keycard Entry Systems

    Low Frequency (LF) RFID operates around 30 KHz to 300 KHz and has a maximum range of 10cm. Your conventional office access card usually utilizes LF range. Prox keys are generally at 125kHz. High Frequency (HF) RFID operates around 3 MHz to 30 MHz and …

    Get Price
  • Secure Bluetooth Pairing Made Easy with NFC

    2019-10-22u2002·u2002As we explained in more details when we announced receiving our Tag Certification, NFC is a short-range RFID wireless technology that operates at 13.56 MHz, and is based on high-frequency RFID standards ISO 14443 A and B, ISO 15693, and FeliCa which is a standard defined by Sony that is primarily used in Japan.

    Get Price
  • RFID and NFC Door Access Control Systems

    RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification. RFID technology makes use of electromagnetic waves to capture and read transmitted data. Information is electronically stored on a tag attached to an object or to the carrier, and that tag's chip is activated when it's near a reader, enabling it to share the access information it holds.

    Get Price
  • nfc - Reading RFID with Android phones - Stack Overflow

    2012-10-26u2002·u2002NFC enabled phones can ONLY read NFC and passive high frequency RFID (HF-RFID). These must be read at an extremely close range, typically a few centimeters. For longer range or any other type of RFID/active RFID, you must use an external reader for handling them with mobile devices.

    Get Price
  • The Complete Guide to NFC - Blue Bite

    2018-8-28u2002·u2002To interact, a user simply brings their phone within range of an NFC tag, and is instantly presented with the corresponding content. It is also a ubiquitous technology, working across devices from iPhone to Android. iPhone. The iPhone has had NFC capabilities since 2014 with the release of the iPhone 6. Initially NFC was made exclusive to Apple ...

    Get Price
  • HT RFID Tag - RFID Readers

    2 days agou2002·u2002The HT tag works on 13.56 MHz frequency. It is high temperature tag. This tag has flexible read/write range (reader dependent), this tag is compliant with ISO/IEC 15693 standards. In addition, it has data retention period of up to 50 years and can be widely used in many RFID application systems such as asset tracking, factory automations and ...

    Get Price
  • Mount On Metal RFID Tags (All)

    2021-11-8u2002·u2002Available in both High Frequency (HF) and Ultra-High Frequency (UHF), our metal-mount RFID tags are made for metal surfaces and products. Made to track inventory and materials made of metal, our tags are rugged and difficult to damage, while designed to be easily screwed or affixed securely onto metallic surfaces. Technology.

    Get Price
  • Printable RFID Tags

    2021-11-11u2002·u2002The printable tags are available at a variety of frequencies for use that include 125 kHz Low frequency, 13.56 MHz High frequency and UHF 860- 960 MHz frequency. Furthermore, most of these kinds of tags are compliant with RoHs, MF1 S50, MF1 S70, Phillip Ucode Gen 2 and Impinj Monza 96.

    Get Price
  • NFC - Near Field Communication

    2021-10-13u2002·u2002NXP offers a wide selection of 13.56 MHz high-frequency (HF) ICs for inlays, tags, labels, and other form factors, featuring multiple security, memory storage, and interactivity options that address varied customer needs. All our products are passively powered, so they don't need a battery.

    Get Price
  • HackerBox 0072: Tagger : 11 Steps - Instructables

    RFID tags may be read-only, having a factory-assigned serial number that is used as a key into a database, or may be read/write, where object-specific data can be written into the tag by the system user. There are three common frequency ranges used for RFID tags: Low-Frequency (LF): 120-135 KHz Key Fob; High-Frequency (HF): 13.56 MHz Card

    Get Price
  • Keycard Entry Systems

    Low Frequency (LF) RFID operates around 30 KHz to 300 KHz and has a maximum range of 10cm. Your conventional office access card usually utilizes LF range. Prox keys are generally at 125kHz. High Frequency (HF) RFID operates around 3 MHz to 30 MHz and …

    Get Price
  • Secure Bluetooth Pairing Made Easy with NFC

    2019-10-22u2002·u2002As we explained in more details when we announced receiving our Tag Certification, NFC is a short-range RFID wireless technology that operates at 13.56 MHz, and is based on high-frequency RFID standards ISO 14443 A and B, ISO 15693, and FeliCa which is a standard defined by Sony that is primarily used in Japan.

    Get Price
  • RFID and NFC Door Access Control Systems

    RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification. RFID technology makes use of electromagnetic waves to capture and read transmitted data. Information is electronically stored on a tag attached to an object or to the carrier, and that tag's chip is activated when it's near a reader, enabling it to share the access information it holds.

    Get Price
  • nfc - Reading RFID with Android phones - Stack Overflow

    2012-10-26u2002·u2002NFC enabled phones can ONLY read NFC and passive high frequency RFID (HF-RFID). These must be read at an extremely close range, typically a few centimeters. For longer range or any other type of RFID/active RFID, you must use an external reader for handling them with mobile devices.

    Get Price
  • The Complete Guide to NFC - Blue Bite

    2018-8-28u2002·u2002To interact, a user simply brings their phone within range of an NFC tag, and is instantly presented with the corresponding content. It is also a ubiquitous technology, working across devices from iPhone to Android. iPhone. The iPhone has had NFC capabilities since 2014 with the release of the iPhone 6. Initially NFC was made exclusive to Apple ...

    Get Price
  • HT RFID Tag - RFID Readers

    2 days agou2002·u2002The HT tag works on 13.56 MHz frequency. It is high temperature tag. This tag has flexible read/write range (reader dependent), this tag is compliant with ISO/IEC 15693 standards. In addition, it has data retention period of up to 50 years and can be widely used in many RFID application systems such as asset tracking, factory automations and ...

    Get Price
  • Mount On Metal RFID Tags (All)

    2021-11-8u2002·u2002Available in both High Frequency (HF) and Ultra-High Frequency (UHF), our metal-mount RFID tags are made for metal surfaces and products. Made to track inventory and materials made of metal, our tags are rugged and difficult to damage, while designed to be easily screwed or affixed securely onto metallic surfaces. Technology.

    Get Price
  • Printable RFID Tags

    2021-11-11u2002·u2002The printable tags are available at a variety of frequencies for use that include 125 kHz Low frequency, 13.56 MHz High frequency and UHF 860- 960 MHz frequency. Furthermore, most of these kinds of tags are compliant with RoHs, MF1 S50, MF1 S70, Phillip Ucode Gen 2 and Impinj Monza 96.

    Get Price
  • NFC - Near Field Communication

    2021-10-13u2002·u2002NXP offers a wide selection of 13.56 MHz high-frequency (HF) ICs for inlays, tags, labels, and other form factors, featuring multiple security, memory storage, and interactivity options that address varied customer needs. All our products are passively powered, so they don't need a battery.

    Get Price
  • HackerBox 0072: Tagger : 11 Steps - Instructables

    RFID tags may be read-only, having a factory-assigned serial number that is used as a key into a database, or may be read/write, where object-specific data can be written into the tag by the system user. There are three common frequency ranges used for RFID tags: Low-Frequency (LF): 120-135 KHz Key Fob; High-Frequency (HF): 13.56 MHz Card

    Get Price
  • Keycard Entry Systems

    Low Frequency (LF) RFID operates around 30 KHz to 300 KHz and has a maximum range of 10cm. Your conventional office access card usually utilizes LF range. Prox keys are generally at 125kHz. High Frequency (HF) RFID operates around 3 MHz to 30 MHz and …

    Get Price
  • Secure Bluetooth Pairing Made Easy with NFC

    2019-10-22u2002·u2002As we explained in more details when we announced receiving our Tag Certification, NFC is a short-range RFID wireless technology that operates at 13.56 MHz, and is based on high-frequency RFID standards ISO 14443 A and B, ISO 15693, and FeliCa which is a standard defined by Sony that is primarily used in Japan.

    Get Price
  • RFID and NFC Door Access Control Systems

    RFID stands for Radio Frequency Identification. RFID technology makes use of electromagnetic waves to capture and read transmitted data. Information is electronically stored on a tag attached to an object or to the carrier, and that tag's chip is activated when it's near a reader, enabling it to share the access information it holds.

    Get Price
  • nfc - Reading RFID with Android phones - Stack Overflow

    2012-10-26u2002·u2002NFC enabled phones can ONLY read NFC and passive high frequency RFID (HF-RFID). These must be read at an extremely close range, typically a few centimeters. For longer range or any other type of RFID/active RFID, you must use an external reader for handling them with mobile devices.

    Get Price
  • The Complete Guide to NFC - Blue Bite

    2018-8-28u2002·u2002To interact, a user simply brings their phone within range of an NFC tag, and is instantly presented with the corresponding content. It is also a ubiquitous technology, working across devices from iPhone to Android. iPhone. The iPhone has had NFC capabilities since 2014 with the release of the iPhone 6. Initially NFC was made exclusive to Apple ...

    Get Price