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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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. The highly programmable design will enable it to support most new tag/chip designs, including the new specification for Generation 2 which is currently being finalized.
Berenguer, "Full passive UHF tag with a temperature sensor suitable for human body temperature monitoring," IEEE Trans.
And the UHF tag is suitable for use in apparel retail, garment rental operations to reduce costs and streamline the process.
This led to a significant amount of consolidation from 2007-2009, particularly of UHF tag manufacture.
Operating at 860MHz to 960MHz, this UHF RFID reader module can quickly identify and authenticate products with a corresponding UHF tag. It has a maximum read distance of 15m and a maximum write distance of 7m.
This robust UHF tag is completely sealed with Nylon & Epoxy and has an IP67 rating and contains latest Alien Higgs 3 technology.
In addition, the UHF Reader can quickly indentify and authenticate products with a corresponding UHF tag.
The UHF tag operates at a frequency range of 860MHz to 960MHz and complies with ISO18000-6B and ISO18000-6C standards.
'You can't read an HF RFID tag as fast as you can read a UHF tag,' says Kuhn.