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How Can I Read a Tag Inside a Refrigerator from the Outside?
Is this even possible?
This would not be possible, I'm afraid. A refrigerator is composed of metal, and radio waves bounce off metal. It would be feasible, however, to place a reader within a fridge and have it wired to a Wi-Fi transmitter on the outside, so that it could send data about what is inside via a network.
—Mark Roberti, Founder and Editor, RFID Journal
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