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Are There Any Technical Specifications Available for Existing RFID Tags to Be Used in Textiles?
If so, where can I learn more about them?
There are no technical specifications to my knowledge, but the Auburn University RFID Lab has created a series of performance specifications based on the requirements of end users (that is, retailers). For example, the lab will test the performance of a tag on a denim item placed flat on a display table. If the tag cannot be read at a certain distance, the lab will not certify it for use with that application. You can find the lab's specs at its website, under ARC Documents.
—Mark Roberti, Founder and Editor, RFID Journal
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