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2012-03-29 USB desktop UHF RFID reader sol'n unveiled
MTI has the RU-824 READ ME, a member of its RFID ME product line, that provides adjustable transmit output level control up to 24dBm in 1dB steps.
2010-05-06 UHF RFID reader dongle tailored for printers
The RU-888-000 USB UHF RFID reader module and the RU-888-100 UHF RFID USB dongle suit fixed RFID printers, handheld RFID printers, mobile RFID printers and handheld readers.
2006-10-03 South Korea certifies WJ Communications' RFID module
WJ Communications has successfully achieved certification from the South Korean government Ministry of Information Communication for its RFID UHF WJR7090 reader module.
2006-02-21 Sirit introduces RFID reader module
Sirit introduced a high-frequency 13.56MHz reader module designed for use in cashless payments, secure transactions, access control, identify or product verification and item level tracking in supply chain apps.
2008-05-01 Use MSGQ module to optimize sRIO gains
Serial RapidIO overcome limitations of traditional DSP I/Os by providing a high performance, packet-switched, interconnect technology which is very beneficial for complex DSP topologies.
2015-01-19 RFID sniffer touts real-time analysis of reader, tag signals
The ultra-high frequency device from CISC Semiconductor records and analyses the communication between the tag and reader in real-time, and covers the RF band from 50MHz to 2.2GHz
2007-03-01 RFID reader supports two modulations
An RFID reader from Texas Instruments Inc. supports both amplitude- and phase-modulation receive modes
2003-09-04 RFID card reader/writer measures 40-by-30mm
GL Sciences has started shipment of its HM20C-SE-10 non-contact IC card reader/writer that operates on a 125kHz band
2014-04-11 Reference for module pinouts respond to user inputs
Opal Kelly's interactive reference tool, 'Pins', is presented in a table form, which users can customise for easier navigation and project definition.
2010-07-15 NFC module secures Lenovo laptops
Lenovo has adopted a NFC reader/writer module developed by NXP Semiconductors and Toppan Forms into three of its Thinkpad laptop models.
2009-05-20 Long-range wireless module operates at 434MHz
Circuit Design Inc. has released the MU-2-R is an embedded low power radio modem for transmission of serial data and operates at 434MHz.
2005-01-24 DT expands its USB data-acq module family
Data acquisition equipment vendor Data Translation announced a new version of its DT9834 series of USB modules.
2013-12-30 ThingMagic brings RFID tech to supply chain
Established by five MIT alumni, the company claimed to have developed next-generation RFID systems that include wireless readers and data-transmitting tags.
2008-08-11 SkyeTek extends support for UHF ICs from EM
According to embedded RFID reader technology provider SkyeTek Inc., its M9 SkyeModule will support a full command set of EM4122 and EM4444 UHF ICs from EM Microelectronic
2006-05-01 RFID readers streamlined for embedded designs
SkyeTek has announced five new RFID reader products in its Advanced Universal Reader Architecture line
2014-03-07 RFID migration finds sol'n in multi-standard readers
The multi-standard modules from Elatec RFID Systems aims to free system makers from having to deal with the variety and dynamics of using several different RFID standards in access control systems.
2013-11-07 PREV601 demo board: A quick start up guide
Learn about the installation procedures of the PREV601 board.
2003-01-23 Omron expands its Philippine manufacturing facility
Omron Corp. has enlarged the facility of its subsidiary Omron Mechatronics of the Philippines Corp.
2013-07-08 Guide to quick start up of PREV601 demo board
Know the actions to be done to become acquainted with the demo reader
2012-08-01 Team up targets high density memory for RFID readers
Ramtron and Module Technology's partnership will enhance Module Technology's standard RFID reader hardware geared for applications such as smart metering and industrial manufacturing.
2004-08-27 SCM, Sharp team on contactless smart cards
SCM Microsystems Inc. has entered into a cooperative agreement with the Integrated Circuit Group of Japan's Sharp Corp. to develop and market contactless smart card readers.
2007-01-22 RFID readers deliver consistent tag reads
TI has announced the TRF7960 family of high-frequency, multistandard RFID reader ICs
2013-10-24 Pegoda EV710 documentation, sample guide
Here are the details on how to receive documentation and samples for operation of the Pegoda EV710.
2012-11-15 NXP, Murata reveal dual interface RFID sol'n
NXP's UCODE I2C technology enables a wireless communication link between the application processor and the UHF reader, enabling bidirectional and unlimited data transfer
2008-04-09 Kit develops secure contactless RFID apps
A development kit for contactless, highly secure RFID transactions has been released by Melexis Microelectronic Integrated Systems N.V. and Atmel Corp.
2013-06-03 Improve power consumption in card detection system
Here's a solution for achieving the ultra-low power card detection operations.
2003-09-08 Bluetooth embedded serial ports have BlueCore solution
Cambridge Silicon Radio has announced that its BlueCore solution will be incorporated into Taiyo Yuden's Bluetooth embedded serial port modules.
2005-06-07 Extensible modular DAQ system records to SD memory cards
Dataq Instruments' latest 14-bit eight-channel instruments either stream data to your PC, or collect data as standalone data loggers
2003-07-15 Design house forays into short-range wireless
Eazix Inc., the design arm of Integrated Microelectronics Inc. (IMI), is introducing its first line of products for the wireless market.
2010-09-23 Wireless kits expedite 13.56MHz, 2.4GHz, ZigBee design
TI launched three wireless kits integrating the Stellaris MCU, promising to speed up design of wireless network apps.
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