An RFID-system (Radio Frequency Identification) consists of a transponder and a read/write unit. Both have internal intelligence and an antenna, which receives, sends and stores data. The read/write unit sends out a signal causing the transponder to respond and transfer its own signal, containing encoded information. The transponder signal is decoded in the read/write unit and sent to a selected control unit (e.g. host computer). The read distance of common RFID-systems (passive systems without battery) is typically 1 meter (between 3 and 4 feet). The necessary components (Integrated Circuits and antennas) are specially chosen to fit the needs of mass market Applications.

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Typical Structure of a RFID System

Our Offerings for education industry

Student Tracking

Library Management

Cafeteria Management