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Patient Tracking

2017-2-9 14:10:57  Posted by admin

Patient Tracking Doctors and hospitals are adopting high levels of automation in the treatment process. This is not restricted to the equipment they use to diagnose a patient or to carry out procedures, but also to track patients and their treatment. Patients are made to wear RFID Wristband tags w...

passive rfid tag, activ

2017-1-13 9:52:57  Posted by lai

Three types of RFID tags: passive, active, and semi-passive (also known as battery-assisted passive, or BAP) are differentiated by how they communicate and how that communication is initiated. Although, they all use radio frequency energy to communicate between a tag and a reader, the method of powe...

Can RFID tags interfere

2017-1-12 9:13:16  Posted by lai

No, the radio wave signals are too weak from RFID systems using passive tags, even for systems with active tags using individual power supply, the signals are transmitted at a standardized frequency to prevent causing or receiving interference. However, the RFID chips themselves can be disturbed b...

RFID Tyvek wristbands

2017-1-6 10:26:14  Posted by lai

RFID Tyvek wristbands

2016-12-26 View£º13 " offers a wide range of Tyvek wristbands in a variety of colors, patterns and barcode option, so the model you choose compliment...

What can RFID be used f

2017-1-5 9:58:23  Posted by lai

RFID tagscome 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 identify trees or wooden items. Credit-card shaped for use in access applications. The ant...

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