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- LF 125KHz Card
- HF 13.56Mhz Card
- UHF 860-960Mhz Card
- Rewritbale Surface Card
- RFID Wood Card
- Cashless payment systems
- RFID Blocking Cards
RFID Tag
- RFID Keyfob
- RFID Wristbands
- Animal Tag
- RFID Epoxy card
- Laundry tag
- Anti-Metal Label
- RFID Tire tag
- RFID Coin tag/Disc tag
- RFID Label with adhesive
- Self Destructible label
- RFID Jewelry Label
- UHF Washable Label
- Fragil anti-tamper label
- Mifare Metal Tag
- PI(Polyimide) Inlay,PI Tag
- RFID PCB Tag
- FPC RFID Inlay
- Cartoon RFID Tag
- RFID Security Seals
- Brick Tag (Wedge Tag)
UHF Metal Tag
- Flexible UHF metal Label
- High temperature UHF Metal tag
- FR4 UHF metal Tag
- Mini UHF metal Tag
- UHF Ceramic tag
- Long Distance UHF Metal Tag
- Fabric laundry tag
Smart Card
- Contact IC card
- Java Card/JCOP card
- EMTG97-3 Card
RFID Inlay
- RFID Prelam sheet
- RFID Inlay
- HF Inlay & Antenna
- UHF Inlay & Antenna
NFC Tag
- NFC Smart Ring
RFID Reader
- ISO14443A Reader/writer
- ISO15693 reader/Writer
- ACR122U NFC reader
- ACR38 Smart card reader
- Android Handheld Reader
- UHF Handheld Reader
- OP2000 Handheld Reader
- OP3000 Handheld Reader
- OP4000 Android PAD
- OP5000U Handheld Reader
- OP4050 Q4 Handheld Reader
- Industrial Tablet PC
- Industrial PDA OP9908
Plastic Card
Cleaning card
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Latest RFID Blog
2017/9/19
UHF RFID tags and labels application in documents tracking
2017/9/18
On Metal UHF EPC Gen 2 RFID Tags
2017/9/7
Advantages of RFID in access control
2017/9/1
UHF Washable tag for laundry and textile serices industry
2017/8/28
Ultra high frequency technology creates the most value
2017/8/25
Using Passive RFID for Document Tracking Applications
2017/8/18
RFID Wristbands Application in Access control
2017/8/10
RFID label for Jewelry tracking
2017/8/4
NTAG213 Chip
2017/8/3
RFID Application in IT Asset Tracking
2017/8/2
The difference between Mifare, NTAG213, Topaz 512 and NTAG216
2017/8/1
Mounting or embedding RFID tags on metal
2017/7/28
UHF RFID tags Application in drug tracing
2017/7/26
Tracking Assets With RFID
2017/7/21
How to choose NFC chip and design NFC tags?
2017/7/10
What is the difference between Bluetooth and NFC?
2017/7/7
What are advantages and disadvantages among offset printing, screen printing and single card printin
2017/7/7
What printing methods does OPP IOT provide?
2017/5/12
RFID system Advantages
2017/5/11
UHF WINDSHIELD TAG for long-range vehicle identification

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    RFID Application:
    RFID is a technology, which includes wireless data capture and transaction processing. Proximity (short range) and Vicinity (long range) are two major application areas where RFID technology is used. Track and trace applications are long range or vicinity applications. This technology provides additional functionality and benefits for product authentication...More>>

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            A smart card is a small plastic card containing a computer chip. People use smart cards along with personal identification numbers (PINs) to log on to a network, a computer, or a device. Using a smart card is more secure than using a password because it's more difficult for someone to steal a smart card and learn your PIN than to learn your password.Smart cards are generally issued by information technology (IT) departments in large organizations. To use a smart card, you also need a smart card reader—a device that’s installed in or connected to your computer and that can read the information stored on a smart card.