RFID articles

  • RFID articles : Contactless Credit Card Disadvantages

    The following disadvantages have been noted with contactless credit cards: Contactless cards are more exposed than regular credit cards. If you want to keep your credit card secure, you could keep it

    2020/04/08 M&W SmartCard 46

  • RFID articles : Contactless Credit Card Advantages

    Credit card companies are claiming the following advantages for contactless credit cards: The card is faster to use. To make a purchase, the card owner just waves his card over the RFID reader, waits

    2020/04/08 M&W SmartCard 33

  • RFID articles : Advantages of RFID Versus Barcodes

    RFID tags and barcodes both carry information about products. However, there are important differences between these two technologies: Barcode readers require a direct line of sight to the printed bar

    2020/04/08 M&W SmartCard 32

  • RFID articles : RFID Glossary

    Active Tag (Active RFID Tag)Amplitude Modulation (AM)Antenna (RFID Antenna)Anti-collisionBack scatter (RFID back scatter)BidirectionalContactless smart cardChipless RFID tagClosed Systems (or Closed L

    2020/04/08 M&W SmartCard 33

  • RFID articles : Problems With RFID

    RFID problems can be divided into several categories: Technical problems with RFIDPrivacy and ethics problems with RFIDTechnical problems with RFIDProblems with RFID StandardsRFID has been implemented

    2020/04/08 M&W SmartCard 77

  • RFID articles : What Are Zombie RFID Tags?

    One of the main concerns with RFID tags is that their contents can be read by anyone with an appropriately equipped scanner - even after you take it out of the store.One technology that has been sugge

    2020/04/08 M&W SmartCard 42

  • RFID articles : RFID Information Technology Articles

    VeriChip RFID Tags To Be Implanted In PatientsElectronic Number Plate RFID Keeps Tabs On VehiclesRFID-Maki: Easy Payment SushiSprint RFID Loyalty Cards Triggers Minority Report-Style AdsChina May Issu

    2020/04/08 M&W SmartCard 54

  • RFID articles : Next-Generation Uses of RFID?

    Some vendors have been combining RFID tags with sensors of different kinds. This would allow the tag to report not simply the same information over and over, but identifying information along with cur

    2020/04/08 M&W SmartCard 31

  • RFID articles : Are There Concerns About How RFID Will Be Used? (Update)

    Civil liberties groups (among others) have become increasingly concerned about the use of RFIDs to track the movements of individuals. For example, passports will soon be required to contain some sort

    2020/05/28 M&W SmartCard 101

  • RFID articles : Is RFID Technology Secure and Private?

    Unfortunately, not very often in the systems to which consumers are likely to be exposed. Anyone with an appropriately equipped scanner and close access to the RFID device can activate it and read its

    2020/04/08 M&W SmartCard 49

  • RFID articles : What can RFID be used for?

    RFID tags come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes; they may be encased in a variety of materials:Animal tracking tags, inserted beneath the skin, can be rice-sized.Tags can be screw-shaped to ident

    2020/04/08 M&W SmartCard 30

  • RFID articles : How is RFID used inside a living body?

    RFID devices that are intended to be implanted inside a living body (like an animal or human being) have special requirements. They need to be encased in a special kind of casing that will not irritat

    2020/04/08 M&W SmartCard 88

  • RFID articles : How RFID Works

    How does RFID work? A Radio-Frequency IDentification system has three parts:A scanning antennaA transceiver with a decoder to interpret the dataA transponder - the RFID tag - that has been programmed

    2020/04/08 M&W SmartCard 61

  • RFID articles : What is RFID?

    RFID stands for Radio-Frequency IDentification. The acronym refers to small electronic devices that consist of a small chip and an antenna. The chip typically is capable of carrying 2,000 bytes of dat

    2020/04/08 M&W SmartCard 37

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