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HID Global expands IronTag line, unveils wafer-thin high-temp UHF label ••• CISC intros tests for GS1 US Tagged Item Performance Protocol Guideline ••• Smartrac launches new RFID inlays for retail based on Impinj Monza R6 ••• Lockheed Martin announces RuBee weapons tracker was successfully tested ••• Google strikes deal with carriers, acquires Softcard's NFC-enabled payments technology ••• SandlerResearch.org reports smart waste-collection technologies gaining ground.
Smartrac Launches New RFID Inlays for Retail Based on Impinj Monza R6
Smartrac has launched two new RFID inlays for the retail industry, both based on Impinj's Monza R6 chip. The Monza R6, unveiled last April (see New Impinj Chip Promises Higher Sensitivity, Read Range and Flexibility), is designed to make tags more sensitive than those employing other chips, with a longer read range and new features aimed at increasing the yield of properly functioning tags during manufacturing and encoding processes.ETSI and FCC bands.
The Belt Monza R6 is available in model numbers 3004228 as a dry (naked) inlay, 3004229 as a wet (adhesive-backed) inlay and 3004230 as a paper label. According to Smartrac, the Belt Monza R6 has passed all of the most significant ARC tests at Auburn University's RFID Research Center.
Both new Smartrac inlays are available now.
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