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What Is the Definition of a Fixed RFID Reader?
What does this term mean?
A fixed reader is any reader that was broken but has been repaired.
Okay, bad joke. A fixed reader is one that is designed to be stationary—that is, to be attached to a portal or mounted on a wall or in a ceiling. These contrast with mobile readers, which are designed to be placed on forklift trucks or carts, and with handheld units designed to be, well, held in a person's hand.
—Mark Roberti, Founder and Editor, RFID Journal
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