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Email: rfidlabs@iitk.ac.in
Department of Electrical Engineering Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur Kanpur - 208 016, India
When tags are designed to comply with a particular standard, they are often further customized to meet the requirements of specific applications.
Passive Tags
G E N 2 SQ U I G G LE ®
• World Tag: global operation 860 to 960 MHz
• The EPC Class 1 Gen 2 price/performance benchmark
• High performance solution for most packaging including products containing metal and water
• 97mm x 11mm

G E N 2 O M N I - SQ U I G G LE ®
• World Tag: global operation 860 to 960 MHz
• High performance, omni-directional design
• Form factor supports 3x3 inch labels
• 75mm x 75mm
Semi Active Tags
Semi-Active tag relies on the reader to supply its power for broadcasting. Because these tags contain more hardware than passive RFID tags, they are more expensive.A semi-active tag is an active tag that remains dormant until it receives a signal from the reader to wake up. The tag can then use its battery to communicate with the reader. Like active tags, semi-active tags can communicate over a longer distance than passive tags. Their main advantage relative to active tags is that they have a longer battery life. The waking process, however, sometimes causes an unacceptable time delay when tags pass readers very quickly or when many tags need to be read within a very short period of time.
Active Tags

1x1 Asset Tag

The 1x1 Asset Tag affixed via screws or mounting tape provides the best performance and longest battery life for larger parts or industrial assets.

Micro Asset Tag

The Micro Asset Tag affixed via custom tag clips or mounting tape provides an extremely small footprint for smaller parts and high-value office and IT assets.

Mini-Badge Tag

The Mini-Badge Tag affixed via a badge clip or mounting tape provides a low profile format ideal for personnel.

** FCC Part 15.250 compliant

** Exceptional performance —
     Performs in high multi-path

** Excellent real-time location
     accuracy — Better than 30cm
     (1 foot) line of sight

** Long tag battery life — Up to
     7 years at 1 Hz blink rate

** Long RFID Range — Up to 200
     meters (650 feet)

** Fast tag transmission rates —
     Up to 25 times/ second
A tag is a main component of RFID system. A typical RFID tag consists of a microchip attached to a radio antenna mounted on a substrate. The chip can store as much as 2 kilobytes of data. The market for RFID tags includes numerous different types of tags, which differ greatly in their cost, size, performance, and security mechanisms.
  • It can be read at distances of one hundred feet or more, greatly improving the utility of the device
  • It may have other sensors that can use electricity for power.
  • The tag functions without a battery; these tags have a useful life of twenty years or more.
  • The tag is typically much less expensive to manufacture
  • The tag is much smaller (some tags are the size of a grain of rice).
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