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UHF RFID system

UHF RFID tags consist of an antenna and a microchip that stores data, such as a unique identification number. When a UHF RFID reader emits a signal, the tag receives the signal and responds with its stored data, which the reader then captures and processes.

One of the benefits of UHF RFID technology is its ability to read multiple tags simultaneously, making it ideal for use in high-volume environments, such as warehouses or retail stores. Additionally, UHF RFID tags can be read from a distance of several meters, allowing for fast and efficient inventory management.

Overall, UHF RFID technology has become an essential tool for businesses looking to improve their supply chain and logistics operations, as it provides accurate and timely data on inventory and assets, leading to improved decision-making and cost savings.

Pictures 1. - 4.: 3D plan of placing antennas

The antenna is an important component of this system, as it enables the tag to transmit and receive signals. It sends information about tag ID to the device, which forwards that information to the server. The whole device is custom made and at the request of the user, the device can be upgraded with new commands whose parameters can be changed remotely.

The type and design of the RFID tag antenna can impact the performance and range of the tag, as well as its suitability for different applications. Here are some common RFID tag antenna appliances:

    RFID tags with antennas can be used to track and monitor the production process in manufacturing plants, helping to optimize the workflow and identify any inefficiencies.
    RFID tags with short-range antennas can be used to track inventory in warehouses or retail stores, helping to automate the process of stocktaking and restocking.
    RFID tags with long-range antennas can be used to track and locate assets in real-time, such as vehicles, equipment, or containers.
    RFID tags with small antennas can be used for access control, allowing employees or authorized personnel to enter secured areas by scanning their tags.
    RFID tags with small antennas can be implanted into medical devices or used in medical research to track and monitor patients and equipment.

Steel Mobile UI Picture 5.: Falcon's tags on steel coils

Find out more about our application STEEL, mobile app STEEL WAREHOUSE or Falcon’s hardware.

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