How RFID Antennas Work

RFID or Radio Frequency Identification is a form of technology that requires many parts to work together in order to achieve the desired result, which is to send information or signals from a tag to a reader in order to be used or understood. These signals or radio frequencies are emitted from tags and then thanks to an RFID antenna, which transmits the information, these tags can be read or identified by a reader.

What is An RFID Printer

RFID technology has revolutionised the way many companies do business and in particular how products and goods are labelled. Thanks to this highly specialised technology, goods can be labelled with a large amount of information using smart labels in which tags are embedded that contain encoded information. Gone are the days of simply having a price on a product, now you can label it with a tag that contains vital information about the stock item.

What is RFID Technology

Automatic identification technology or Auto ID is a method of identifying objects, collecting information about the object and capturing that information directly onto a computer system with little to no human involvement. Auto ID technology helps to reduce human effort (and thus error) and also to keep information up-to-date quickly and easily.

Barcoding and RFID are two automatic identification technologies that are utilised in most Auto ID applications. In this blog we are going to discuss RFID technology, what it is and how it works.