Many of you may want to know what RFID is, and if you add high or ultra-high frequencies to the abbreviations, things get more ambiguous. In order to understand this topic and explain it once and for all, in simple English, what these technologies mean, we decided to put this article together. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is an abbreviation of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), which is an important technological progress. It should be similar in use and function to Barcode Identification in theory. For many reasons, this special type of recognition has become an important technology nowadays, and it can be basically used anywhere, and has great ease of use and enhanced technical characteristics. UHF radio frequency identification device is the abbreviation of UHF identification system, while high frequency radio frequency identification device represents UHF identification system. As for the composition of the system, it is composed of a small electronic component, which contains an antenna and a small chip, usually suitable for carrying about 2000 bytes of data.
Whether you use a high-frequency RFID device or an ultra-high-frequency device, the purpose is the same as a magnetic bar or bar code label: to provide a unique and correct identification for a particular object. Similar to bar codes in supermarkets or magnetic bars on the back of credit cards or ATM cards, these RF signals must also be scanned to obtain product information and retrieve identification information. For RFID devices, electrostatic or electromagnetic coupling in the radio frequency part of the spectrum is used to transmit valuable signals. This means that basically the whole system consists of a transceiver and an antenna connected to read frequencies and forward information to processing systems, such as computers. Another important component of the device is a transponder, commonly known as a label, which represents an integrated circuit that contains radio frequency circuits and product details to be forwarded.
When identification is needed, the radio frequency identification system can be used almost anywhere and for any purpose. From clothing and accessories labels to pet or animal labels, from missiles and artillery to grocery stores'daily food, the device is very useful wherever unique and specific identification systems are needed. Embedded tags can carry a bunch of simple details or basic information, such as a simple pet owner's name and address, or even a cleaning instructions for a pair of jeans, but they can also transmit more complex instructions, such as how to assemble a car. It is well known that automobile manufacturers are using radio frequency identification systems to transport cars on their production lines. At each stage of production, the embedded label tells the company's computer that this is the following step in the automated assembly process.
In short, it is obvious that this kind of radio frequency technology is widely used, and its working mode is neither complicated nor difficult to understand nor to use. That's why it's fair to say that manufacturers and manufacturers of HF and UHF RFID devices, as well as marketing their professional websites, have a bright future.
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