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RF Identification help needed

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techsree

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Hello,
I'm working on RF Identification.Can anyone upload me the details on how to find the tags and programme it and the appropriate reader i could use as i'm looking at a greater range.
thanx in advance
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I needed to tell one more thing.I'm using this technology for asset tracking.Can anyone suggest me on how to go about it.
 

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Hi techsree,

Can anyone upload me the details on how to find the tags and programme it and the appropriate reader i could use as i'm looking at a greater range.
Not sure what you are asking but there aren´t a general rule that cover all the technologies available. I searched in the net as "RF tags" and I found out thousands of posibilities regarding this matter.


Best wishes,

humber555
 

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what is the carrier frequency? 900MHz or 2.45GHz?
what do you want to do? design a reader or apply a reader?
 

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Try Microchip, they make a range of RFID chips and supply aplication cicuits.

http://www.microchip.com/1010/pline/frequency/rfcats/rfid/index.htm

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Microchip offers a broad portfolio of low-cost and high-performance passive RFID tag ICs. These devices are available with features such as advanced, high-speed anticollision algorithms for reading multiple tags in the same reader field, a unique "cloaking" capability which minimizes the detuning effect of adjacent tags, extremely low power consumption for extended read range. Contact-programmable OTP versions and Contactless-programmable/rewriteable versions are available, with memory density from 128 bits to 1Kbit of user memory
 

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