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Sirit Files 3 RFID Reader Patents
Toronto-based SIRIT, a leading provider of RFID hardware, last week announced that it had filed three patents related to RFID readers.
Nov 23, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
November 23, 2004—Toronto-based SIRIT, a leading provider of RFID hardware, last week announced that it had filed three patents related to RFID readers with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The filings address enhancements to standard RFID reading technology that will improve the performance of real-world RFID systems in which signal inteference and obstruction are common problems. SIRIT's CTO Loek d’Hont said, "the patent filings are targeted at achieving more robust read performance for RFID objects that are in high-speed motion, as well as developing a more effective way of dealing with RF multi-path situations. All of this is important for RFID performance in supply chain applications."
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