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Thanx Addison for the reply...
But i had gone through the papers few days ago...
and i still cant really get the idea of it..
Maybe i just rephrase my question..
For example Rafsec had created 4 types of UHF passive tags, which are web, frog, dipole and dogbone... So what's the purpose of each tags and why is it different from each other since all are passive tags??
And if it is different... how can we tell? can we jus make a conclusion that different tag design perform differently and which is better?
Hope to get more respond...
|Question last updated on January 02, 2008, 22:22 PM|
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|by Addison2761, Gong|
Welcome to the world of RFID. These are really tag design issue. Unfortunately I am not knowledge enough why they did this way. One thing for sure, different tags have quite different performance against different goods. For example, supposed Tag A has the best performance on item 1 compared with rest of other tags, it may be at the bottom of the performance when using for item 2. In other words, there is no gurantee one tag has better performance than another one. It's really depend on what item you want to track and where you attach the tag.
|Answer last updated on January 03, 2008, 19:17 PM||
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