Passive RFID – How liquids inhibit RFID system communication

Understanding how liquids inhibit RFID system communication is important. Check an actual experiment with RFID tags submerged in water. If you have had contact with RFID technology you have probably [...]

How to ‘decode’ RFID reader read range specifications

Learn how to understand and compare RFID reader read ranges and select the readers that best fit your RFID system implementation. If you’re or have previously been in the process [...]

By | September 3rd, 2015|Explaining frequency bands, M2M and IoT, RFID ID tags|

Detecting RF interferences in your system

Interferences from 'hostile' radio communications may harm your system and are difficult to identify. Understand how to able to scan your environment. Graph showing potential interferences by RF fields [...]

By | August 1st, 2014|Energy Harvesting, Explaining frequency bands, M2M and IoT, RFID ID tags|

LF, HF and UHF sensor – Which one to choose?

Learn how passive UHF sensor tags can be read to over two meters while market solutions in LF and HF sensors can only communicate to some centimeters. Passive UHF [...]

By | July 18th, 2014|Energy Harvesting, Explaining frequency bands, M2M and IoT, RFID ID tags|

Understanding near-field vs. far-field and their implications

Learn how near-field vs. far field work for RFID and wireless sensors and the implications for the different frequency bands used in them. These series of posts are not intended [...]

By | June 27th, 2014|Explaining frequency bands, M2M and IoT|