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RFID News Roundup: LIVE! 2015 Extra Edition
Voyantic system measures effects of repeatedly bending a tag ••• Technology Solutions (UK) Ltd. intros Bluetooth rugged UHF RFID reader ••• Junmp announces switch-augmented RFID tag ••• SenseStone introduces ultra-small RFID tags ••• Mikron unveils two new HF RFID chips.
Apr 17, 2015—
Voyantic System Measures Effects of Repeatedly Bending a Tag
Voyantic Ltd., a provider of RFID measurement solutions based in Finland, has announced Bendurance, a testing system designed to analyze the changes induced to ultrahigh-frequency (UHF) RFID tags' operation sensitivity due to repeated bending.
The Bendurance system operates in multiple motion and test modes, according to Voyantic. Tags can be stressed in continuous motion, and can be monitored constantly at a chosen frequency. A more thorough analysis can be performed at intervals, by stopping the continuous stress after a set amount of rounds and then running performance tests. The test results are logged into a data file, to be handled later for statistical analysis purposes. The threshold sweep results can be analyzed post-test using a separate software tool known as Tagsurance Sweep Data Analyzer.
Voyantic is showcasing its RFID test and measurement solutions in booth 810 at this week's RFID Journal LIVE! conference and exhibition, being held in San Diego, Calif.
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