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2007-07-30 RFID ups operational efficiency in Japan department store
NXP Semiconductor details how the Misukoshi's shoe department in Japan used RFID technology in its products to improve its service by cutting down on customers' waiting time and to catch sales that are lost when the department runs out of its most popular products.
2011-04-12 RFID solutions offer 640 bits of user memory
NXP Semiconductors N.V. introduces its high-performance UHF and HF offerings, including the UCODE G2iM and G2iM+ ICs, which offer up to 640 bits of segmentable user memory.
2011-04-14 RFID solutions boast improved performance, low cost
Alien Technology has introduced a trio of high-performance, business-class technologies: the Higgs 4 IC, ALH-900x family of mobile handheld readers and Squiggle inlay.
2009-12-14 RFID reader integrates dual-axis antenna
Motorola has expanded its RFID reader solutions with the MC3090-Z featuring dual-axis antenna for versatile use in retail, healthcare and business environments.
2006-01-30 RFID market to grow 10 fold by 2016, firm says
IDTechEx said last week it expects the size of the RFID market to grow from roughly $2.7 billion in 2006 to $12.3 billion in 2010. By 2016, it expects the market to be worth $26.2 billion.
2003-03-26 RFID IC occupies 0.25mm? footprint
EM Microelectronic-Marin SA has developed the EM4222 UHF RFID chip that occupies a footprint of about 0.25mm?.
2005-03-08 RFID IC finds the cows
EM Micro's new 512bit contactless identification CMOS RFID ICs are intended for use in electronic read/write RF transponders.
2007-11-16 RFID hits roadblocks in war vs. fake drugs
The electronics industry has been counting on RFID's adoption as the antidote to drug counterfeiting. But legal wrangling and federal foot-dragging are raising concerns that the technology's adoption for tracking drugs through the supply chain may no longer be a given.
2005-08-26 RFID hands-on training to be highlighted at HP tech forum
HP will offer an interactive experience based on radio frequency identification (RFID) technology at the inaugural HP Technology Forum 2005.
2004-04-27 RFID future: Closer than you think?
A person walks up to a kiosk in a retail store, stands in a designated space and a scanner "reads" all the items he has collected.
2011-03-09 RFID evolves for wider adoption
RFID adoption is entering the next phase of the technology's evolution. Projects are scaling, infrastructure deployments continue, integration is deepening, the end user is more committed and investment is up.
2007-12-07 RFID devices with crypto engine prevent counterfeiting
Atmel has unveiled the CryptoRF 13.56MHz RFID devices with 64bit embedded cryptographic engine, mutual authentication capability and up to 16 individually configurable zones.
2007-04-03 RFID demo kit enables prototyping of LF IDICs
Atmel announced the availability of the ATA2270-EK1125-kHz RFID demo kit, which enables the evaluation and prototyping of low-frequency identification ICs used in a broad range of RFID applications.
2005-04-06 RFID chips first to target new global spec
Philips said it has produced and tested first samples of an RFID chip compliant with EPCglobal's Ultra High Frequency Electronic Product Code Class 1 Generation 2 (G2) standard.
2005-09-19 RFID chip offers global interoperability, optimized performance
STMicroelectronics introduced a UHF (Ultra-High Frequency) contactless memory chip that complies with the latest Electronic Product Code specifications.
2011-04-08 RFID chip boasts I2C interface, large memory
NXP Semiconductors releases the UCODE I2C chip that has an integrated I2C interface and 3,328bit user memory.
2005-02-03 RF sniffer is a recording spectrum analyzer
Narda Safety Test Solutions' SRM-3000 selective radiation meter is a battery powered portable that's essentially a precision handheld spectrum analyzer.
2011-10-07 RF IDIC claims smallest low-frequency package
Atmel has released what it claims as the smallest RF IDIC packagethe IDIC ATA5577M1, a transponder with increased reliability, robustness and extended read/write distance.
2006-03-31 RF detector eliminates external components
Linear Technology introduced the LTC5536 RF power detector, which includes a comparator.
2009-02-11 RF chips find big market in medical apps
Radio frequency CMOS is being applied to a growing but fragmented set of medical applications ranging from imaging and DNA testing to networking in and around the body.
2005-03-16 Retasking automotive sensors
Commercial low-g accelerometers have spun off from the automotive realm to come close to achieving shorter design cycles and lower cost.
2012-09-21 Researchers utilise inkjet tech to print lasers
Cambridge University researchers have developed a method of printing lasers using inkjet technology for applications ranging from biomedical testing to laser arrays for displays.
2013-01-29 Researchers push for 'Li-Fi' Internet
The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council aims to develop LED lighting that could be used broadband communications.
2012-02-27 Research scales RFID for use in retail apps
Touting the world's first RFID circuit made in low-temperature thin-film technology that allows reader-talks-first communication, Imec and partners unveiled cheap yet powerful tags.
2007-06-21 Reported Cadence private-equity buyout hangs
Price wrangling between two private equity firms has suspended talks of a possible buyout of Cadence Design Corp., Reuters reported.
2012-06-29 Report: Micron, Elpida reach acquisition deal
According to a report by Japan's Nikkei newspaper, U.S.-based Micron will acquire the bankrupt Japanese memory firm for about $.2.5 billion (roughly ?200 billion).
2008-12-03 Report: AMD Phenom II chips echo Intel's i7
940 versus 940. That may be the confusing Intel-AMD processor model-number juxtaposing that consumers can look forward to next year.
2004-08-09 RedPrairie forms RFID VAR partnership with SAMSys
RedPrairie Corp. has established a Value-Added Reseller (VAR) partnership with SAMSys Technologies Inc., a supplier of RF identification (RFID) hardware solutions.
2015-06-11 Realising true FPGA-based verification
The scale of the latest FPGA technology is making that valuable emulator speed-up possible, but without the capital and operating expense associated with the big-box.
2007-11-09 Radar sensor boosts safety in mid-range cars
Infineon Technologies has started sampling a range of radar system ICs that it says could bring long- and medium-range automotive radar to mid-range cars as soon as mid-2010.
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