How to interprete read range in UHF RFID components

RFID tags, RFID readers and even RFID reader antennas sometimes give read range as a feature in their datasheets. Learn how to correctly interprete this value or which questions to [...]

By | March 23rd, 2016|"How to" series, RFID ID tags|

RFID software integration for battery-free sensor systems

RFID sensor system software integration with other company systems takes not much more than a standard RFID system integration. Unique EPC numbers are the field to manage correctly. One of [...]

By | February 25th, 2016|M2M and IoT, RFID ID tags|

RFID not ONLY about tracking anymore: RFID sensors

RFID has long been associated to identification - logistics and supply chain. Shift the paradigm and learn what RFID sensors can do for you. Radio Frequency IDentification, also known as [...]

By | February 4th, 2016|M2M and IoT, RFID ID tags|

RFID sensor development from IC: development kits

Learn how RFID development kits can help you save time and resources when you attemp to develop your own battery-free RFID sensor family. Battery-free RFID sensor electronics are not rocket [...]

By | January 21st, 2016|Energy Harvesting, M2M and IoT, RFID ID tags|

RFID sensor tag antenna design: input impedance

Learn the basics of how to tackle antenna matching and input impedance to design antennas for UHF RFID sensor tags and standard ‘only ID’ tags. As an important part of [...]

By | November 12th, 2015|Energy Harvesting, M2M and IoT, RFID ID tags|

RFID software for RFID sensor tags: SPI signaling

Understand how reader commands are converted into SPI signaling for communication with sensors in RFID tags to write RFID software code. Working with UHF RFID sensor tags requires some understanding [...]

By | November 5th, 2015|M2M and IoT, RFID ID tags|

RFID sensors for Cold Chain and CRT in food and pharmaceuticals

Cold Chain and ‘Controlled Room Temperature’ (CRT) require complex logistics in which adding sensors to monitor asset condition provides great benefits. We all have gotten used to extremely fast deliveries [...]

By | October 29th, 2015|Cold Chain Monitoring, M2M and IoT, RFID ID tags|

Assessing RFID technology feasibility for your application

Learn how preliminary testing will help you fast and cost effectively assess whether RFID technology is a good fit for your battery-free sensing needs. RFID technology can be complex to [...]

By | October 22nd, 2015|Energy Harvesting, M2M and IoT, RFID ID tags|

RFID in the IoT: miniPC along with RFID readers

Learn how a miniPC helps develop flexible and cost effective solutions for applications requiring local data storage, data processing and connectivity. We’ve been long talking about the potential of RFID [...]

By | October 8th, 2015|Agriculture, Energy Harvesting, M2M and IoT, RFID ID tags|

RFID in running: does it work reliably?

RFID in running is quite a wide concept. Learn what the advantages and issues RFID technology poses to running event managers. Running is becoming an ever more popular activity. This [...]

By | October 1st, 2015|M2M and IoT, RFID ID tags|