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Does Any Chip Have Two Modes, to Serve as a Reader and a Tag?
And can the mode be set via RFID?
There are RFID sensor networks in which each node in an ad hoc mesh network has a sensor and can transmit data to another node, and then another, until it reaches a base station. But to my knowledge, there is no tag that can act as a reader. That is, there is no active RFID tag that can read passive tags or other active tags.
—Mark Roberti, Founder and Editor, RFID Journal
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