How to Choose the Right RFID System: A Step-by-Step Guide
Save hundreds of hours of research time with this new guide, which explains the strengths and weaknesses of the different types of RFID technology and how to determine which one will meet your needs.
Number of pages: 37
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Choosing the proper radio frequency identification system for your application can be a challenge, so the editors of RFID Journal developed this guide, which explains the characteristics of different types of RFID and the strengths and weaknesses of each, as well as their suitability for a wide variety of applications across many industries. (We've created specific guides for health care and energy companies.)
This report covers all of the many types of RFID technologies, including passive low-frequency (LF), high-frequency (HF) and ultrahigh-frequency (UHF) 433 MHz, 900 MHz and 2.4 GHz active systems; ultra-wideband (UWB); ZigBee; Wi-fi; and more. Plus, it features descriptions covering a wide variety of hybrid tags, including tags that combine RFID with infrared, GPS and sensors.
RFID Journal's editors created this special report to help businesses choose the RFID technology that can best meet their needs in both the short and long term. It is designed to walk companies through the process of determining their needs, and then matching those requirements to the proper RFID system.
No report can conclusively determine the right RFID system for a company's particular needs, but this guide will help those charged with selecting a system narrow the options. Our goal is to reduce the time businesses spend researching the appropriate system, and to provide the information they need to choose a systems integrator and, perhaps, hardware and software providers (a good systems integrator will help with the technology-selection process).
Table of Contents
The Major Types of RFID Systems
1. Determine whether you want to deploy RFID as a point solution to solve one
Passive Real-Time Locating Systems
Active Real-Time Locating Systems