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Fujitsu expands sales of UHF-band RFID tags for garment
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May '08
RFID garment tag with superior durability and flexibility
RFID garment tag with superior durability and flexibility
-Superior durability and flexibility make it unnecessary to detach tags when washing, and multiple tags can be read simultaneously, enabling efficient management-

Fujitsu Limited and Fujitsu Frontech Limited announced that they are expanding sales of UHF-band(1) RFID tags for garment management to markets outside Japan, beginning. Small, thin and boasting superior durability, the tags will be marketed primarily in North America, Europe and China.

Fujitsu RFID garment tags combine thinness with superior durability, strength and flexibility. The waterproof tags can withstand heat, bending and pressure during washing, and in addition, because of their small size and softness, they can be attached to a wide variety of fabrics and garments without compromising the comfort of the garment wearer. With their UHF-band capabilities, multiple contactless tags can be read simultaneously, raising operational efficiency.

In addition to the garment tags compatible with bandwidth frequencies used in Japan, Fujitsu will begin sales of tags for markets outside of Japan, including North America, Europe and China.

Features of the RFID Tags:
1. Compatible with international standards, making system set-up easy
The tags are compliant with ISO/IEC 18000-6 Type C international standard for UHF-band RFID [EPCglobal(4) Class1 Generation2(5)], so they can be read by standard reader-writer equipment and antennas, making system set-up easy. In addition, with their UHF-band

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