In our lifetime, we encounter a lot of devices that transmit signals over radio waves, such as. mobile phone or radio. RFID is nothing more than radio wave identification. The RFID reader emits and receives radio signals. From this, you can tell what objects are around him. Since not all objects can send signals to the reader, RFID tags (or tags) are needed to do just that. RFID tags come in many shapes, sizes, and types. Depending on what we want to mark, we can use different types of tags. RFID tags, when they receive signals from an RFID reader, can return their own unique identifier. Thus, if an RFID tag is affixed to an object and read by the reader, the reader will recognize that tag and thus the object assigned to it.
Scanning can be done from up to several meters without touching, and up to hundreds of members can be scanned at once in a matter of seconds.
devices, radio waves, signals, RFID
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