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What Is the Usual Data Format of User-Memory Encoding?

Posted By RFID Journal, 04.11.2013

Are there multiple suitable formats, or just one?

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To answer your question, I reached out to Sanjiv Dua, the CEO of RFID4U, a leading RFID training and consulting company. Sanjiv says there are two suitable data formats: CSV and XML. Compression algorithms and techniques are applied to the user data, so the information is stored on the tag as a string in the specific address user memory block. "It really depends upon the application," he states, "as well as the tag memory available."

—Mark Roberti, Founder and Editor, RFID Journal

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