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RFID - Radio Frequency Identification is the technology that uses (usually miniature) devices attached to objects that transmit data to an RFID receiver. Many RFID devices are very small and are inserted into labels. RFID devices hold more data than barcodes and their stored data can be changed as processing occurs.

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Mojix Inc today announced the completion of successful tests of the Mojix STAR system at METRO GROUP in which breakthrough levels of read rate performance for passive RFID tags were achieved across multiple use cases including RFID tagged fast ...
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Attendees get to experience a variety of RFID technologies and use the WinRFID middleware in conjunction with the existing RFID hardware in UCLA to get a first hand experience with several potential industrial RFID applications.
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The premier Infinity V1 RFID Tag and Inlay embedding system for Smart RFID label converting released by Worldlabel, leading label manufacturer and RFID converting technology specialist.
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RFID Chip Supply Agreement - Impinj and Alien Technology

Impinj, Inc., the fabless semiconductor company whose patented Self-Adaptive Silicon® technology enables its high-performance radio-frequency identification (RFID) products, and Alien Technology Corporation, a market leader in UHF RFID tags, announced a long-term agreement. Impinj will provide its Monza(TM) Generation 2 (Gen 2) chips for inclusion in Alien®'s RFID inlay and strap products.

Monza, part of Impinj's GrandPrix(TM) solution for robust RFID systems, is the first tag chip using the EPCglobal Gen 2 standard. EPCglobal is the industry consortium established to promote RFID in the global supply chain.

Alien Technology uses its patented manufacturing process, Fluidic Self Assembly (FSA®), to fabricate RFID inlays and straps in high volumes at very low cost. Utilizing Impinj's Monza chips, Alien will produce high-performance inlays and straps for global customers.

"Alien established itself as a market leader in RFID for EPC applications. Their FSA technology addresses the tag assembly challenge faced by the RFID industry - high performance RFID products at competitive cost.

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