active RFID tag


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active RFID tag

An RFID tag that has its own power source. Contrast with passive RFID tag. See RFID and RFID tag.
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Active RFID tags are used to track assets over long-range.
Currently the command uses the Early Entry Deployment Support kits (EEDSK) in conjunction with Active RFID tags for in-transit visibility.
25) After the retrograde of the Gulf War ammunition proved successful using RFID tags, the US Army Strategic Logistics Agency (now the Army Logistics Transportation Agency [LTA]) requested the DLA conduct a test to identify an active RFID tag the Army could use to track certain Class IX repair parts, shipped to and from designated overseas customers.
Additional work is underway to improve the return and reuse of active RFID tags in worldwide operations.
To solve this problem, Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum's 150 ushers, positioned throughout the facility, carry VenueSoft's VenueAlert handheld devices equipped with AeroScout T2 Active RFID tags.
A ZONER[TM]-SSID and ZONER[TM]-GPID active RFID tag of ISO card size is used by data center staff and general staff respectively.
CR Media turned to NCR for a turnkey RFID solution built on the NCR TransitionWorks software platform with active RFID tags and readers from RF Code.
G-RFID tags are available in large volume, with extended warranties of up to three years, and at pricing approaching standard long life active RFID tags, another ground-breaking achievement from Orbit One.
VAM for RFID extends the core asset management software of VAM for customers wanting to manage, monitor, and protect assets utilizing active RFID tags from RF Code.
a leading provider of enterprise-class active RFID technology, today announced the addition of an infrared (IR)-enabled active RFID tag to its product suite.
com/prnh/20130307/600769 RTLS solutions is a system that allows real time tracking of assets and personnel that are tagged with active RFID tags with the help of different technologies such as RF signals, Wi-Fi, UWB, Infrared, and other wireless technologies.
4GHz active RFID reader is Omni-directional, which provides the ability to read active RFID tags in all directions.

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