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Malaysian chip may lead the way
The Malaysian government has actively been involved in development and promotion of the world's smallest RFID chip.
Aug 24, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
August 24, 2004—Since its purchase of the RFID technology last year, the Malaysian government has actively been involved in development and promotion of the 0.25 mm-wide Malaysian Microchip, or "MM Chip." Reportedly the world's smallest, the write-once RFID chip holds 32 bytes of data and can communicate at frequencies between 13.56 MHz and 2.45 GHz. A field test of the technology will be conducted in the latter part of this year, with mass production slated to commence in early 2005.
Read the article at The Star Online
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