UHF tag


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UHF tag

An RFID tag that works in a portion of the ultra high frequency (UHF) range. UHF tags are widely used for passive smart labels. In the U.S., the range is 902-928 MHz; in Europe, 865-868 MHz. See RFID.
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Designed to resist temperatures up to 70 degrees, the UHF tags are well suited for industrial applications and logistics, railway and warehousing solutions.
It is envisaged that the Flexible UHF Tag, or strip-type, will be used for attachment to flexible packaging such as flexible container bags used for transporting goods in the logistics sector.
This functionality enables label printers and applicators to do a more thorough job when encoding and testing tags, something that is particularly important today with the demand for high yield and high quality UHF tags.
This new UHF tag is ideal for logistics, warehouse & supply chain applications.
The UHF tag operates at a frequency range of 860MHz to 960MHz and complies with ISO18000-6B and ISO18000-6C standards.
Liard continues, "A solid market position, in-progress cost-reduction efforts and proven success in configurable, feature-focused passive UHF tag application markets where Higgs-3 ICs are utilized, help bolster Alien's scores and placement.
These products include the company's latest Electronic Product Code Global (EPCglobal) Class 1 Gen 2 UHF On Metal RTI Transponder (Returnable Transport Item) solution that allows up to 7 meters read range worldwide without any performance reduction, and the InLine 120/52 UHF tag design that combines the greatest size-to-performance ratio with fast, accurate container identification, a 6-meter read range, and rugged design.
On Metal RTI Transponder: This new EPCglobal Class 1 Gen 2 UHF tag helps companies more effectively track, manage and improve the utilization of high-value, returnable metal containers for liquids.
The label portion containing the UHF tag is folded so that it sticks out vertically from the pallet surface.
Smart Theft Protection The recently announced NXP Semiconductors UCODE G2iL+ presents many exciting new features never before available from EPCglobal C1G2 compliant UHF tag silicon.
Any passive UHF tag based on the global standard EPC Gen2 can be used.
Liard adds, "Declining passive UHF tag and readers price points have positively influenced market adoption, but further reductions are necessary if RFID is to explode in supply chains.