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RFID passive tags for unlimited applications
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Mar '09
RFID passive tags are in the ascendant as a result of their low cost and long lifespan, and most of all - can be used in almost unlimited applications. DAILY RFID is excellent in producing and designing the RFID passive tags, just like RFID wristbands and RFID jewelry tags.

RFID passive tags are ideal for almost unlimited applications. The RFID passive tag is much smaller in size, compare with the active tag and semi-active tag, because it functions without a battery. Thus, it can be encapsuled into tagging items for creating embedded RFID applications in a wide range of industries, including healthcare, logistics and manufacturing.

RFID passive tags provide a low cost platform as they are typically much less expensive to manufacture. Some small, fully encapsulated passive tags of DAILY RFID, such as the passive jewelry tag, the metal tag, have been successfully used in asset tracking applications.

DAILY RFID CO. LIMITED


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