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- Dimensions: CR80 85.60 x 53.98mm
- Thickness: 0.84 +- 0.02mm
- Material: PVC (option: PET, PC, PET-G)
- Card Surface: Matt/ glossy finish
- Housing: Lamination
- Offset Printing
- Silkscreen Printing
- Magnetic stirp HICO, LOCO
- Thermal print

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Journey into the world of RFID

Backed by smart cards five in-depth articles on RFID technology, now let's take a look at the implementations of such technology intended to gain more influence on our daily lives. So I chose to dedicate this article to those revolutionary ideas, ready for widespread use, we will begin to see that as early as next year.
The first to adopt RFID technology on a large scale (to be more precise, we talk about technology "contactless" or non-contact) will be the credit card companies (for instance: Mastercard, Visa, etc ...). By the end of 2005 will be distributed the first contactless card that will not need the most beloved / hated "swiping" will be sufficient to bring the card to the reader POS specially equipped with RFID reader to perform the financial transaction.
Of course, these systems are equipped with mechanisms anticlonazione similar to those adopted for the current magnetic card. Currently in the world, particularly in Southeast Asia, are already RFID-based payment technology, ISO 18092, equipped with 2 or 4 KB of memory. This technology, which Sony calls Felica, is the daughter of two technologies widely known: the ISO 15693, which deals with the uniqueness of the serial number in the world, the standard of frequency and boxature, and ISO 9798 on the other hand, the protocol communication to the mutual recognition or more precisely "procedure of mutual recognition" means the intersection of these two standards has enabled the production of a specific card for financial transactions.contactless cards
Time has not stood still. When Bluetooth Smart, a.k.a. Bluetooth Low Energy, appeared in Version 4 of the Bluetooth standard, it was obvious that Bluetooth Smart devices could also benefit from fast and easy pairing, and should be reflected in the application document. It has now been delivered into the hands of developers with the recent publication version 1.1, available on both the NFC Forum and Bluetooth SIG websites. Like its predecessor, it provides a helpful guide for developers. For consumers, it means many more, exciting products to come.rfid inlay



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