Home / Knowledge / News / Information Technology / New RFID UHF tag family optimized for item-level applications

New RFID UHF tag family optimized for item-level applications

16
Apr '08
TAGSYS, the global leader in RFID (Radio Frequency IDentification) infrastructure, today announced the release of the ultra-high frequency (UHF) TRAK tag family specifically designed to deliver optimum performance in item-level track and trace applications.

TAGSYS is the only company that designs and develops an RFID system for both high-frequency (HF) and UHF applications to guarantee customers a highly accurate and reliable RFID infrastructure.

TAGSYS' new TRAK tag family includes an industry-breakthrough technology that significantly reduces RFID “shadowing” and “detuning” to guarantee read accuracy and maintain data integrity on an item-level. Shadowing and detuning - common phenomenon with UHF technology - result when one tag in close proximity to another blocks the signal from a reader antenna.

This has been a major limitation in achieving acceptable read rates for item-level UHF implementations. TAGSYS' new design now provides applications requiring item proximity, such as stacked folders or packaged bottles, with precise and consistent data reads on tagged items.

“Our engineering team was impressed with the first UHF tag developed for document tracking and other item-level applications where shadowing is a problem. It clearly demonstrates TAGSYS' commitment to provide quality UHF products to supplement a strong HF RFID product portfolio,” said Chetan Karani of ODIN technologies.

“The DocTRAK tag is a good example of a UHF RFID tag tuned for a specific job. It outperformed three competitors in our internal file tracking benchmark testing.”


Interviews View All

Nishank Patel, Shri Dinesh Mills Limited

Nishank Patel
Shri Dinesh Mills Limited

Broad range of fabrics will sell well this financial year

Victor Chao, Esmetex

Victor Chao
Esmetex

‘In future, clothing boundary lines will become increasingly blurred.’

Amrit Sethia, SOIE

Amrit Sethia
SOIE

‘The intimatewear category in India is slowly becoming trend-sensitive.’

Paolo Toricella,

Paolo Toricella

Electronics for Imaging (EFI) is a global technology company, based in...

Karen Lou,

Karen Lou

Australia-based Sunseeker has been creating swimwear since 1970. Sunseeker ...

Christiane Thies,

Christiane Thies

Founded in 1892, Thies has concentrated on the fabrication of high-quality ...

Ian Russell, Pireta

Ian Russell
Pireta

UK-based Pireta has developed a unique free-form process to add durable,...

Giorgio Mantovani, Corman S.p.A

Giorgio Mantovani
Corman S.p.A

Giorgio Mantovani, MD of Corman, with a presence in both Milano and New...

Melissa Tate, University of New South Wales

Melissa Tate
University of New South Wales

<div><div><div><div><b>Melissa Tate</b>, a well-known scientist currently...

Aneeth Arora, Péro

Aneeth Arora
Péro

The Woolmark Company has partnered with handmade fashion label Péro and...

Hemant & Nandita, Hemant & Nandita

Hemant & Nandita
Hemant & Nandita

The designer duo of Hemant &amp; Nandita are known for being inspired by...

Joe Ikareth, Joe Ikareth

Joe Ikareth
Joe Ikareth

<b>Joe Ikareth</b> has a rock-solid fashion and textiles background, which ...

Press Release

Press Release

Letter to Editor

Letter to Editor

RSS Feed

RSS Feed

Submit your press release on


editorial@fibre2fashion.com

Letter To Editor






(Max. 8000 char.)

Search Companies





SEARCH

Leave your Comments


November 2019

Subscribe today and get the latest update on Textiles, Fashion, Apparel and so on.

Follow us on instagram

Follow

Follow Fibre2Fashion On


Advanced Search