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NZ startup plans low-silicon RFID tags
Apr 26, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
April 26, 2004—Start-up venture Sandtracker claims to have cracked the $US0.05-per-tag barrier for RFID with a radically different technology which "doesn't need silicon in quite the same way other tags do," according to one of Sandtracker's backers.
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