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Can RFID Store and Transmit Information?
Are there any active tags that can accept a small amount of data and transmit it once when the tag is read?
Most active tags have a user memory bank that allows you to store data and send it to a reader when the tag is interrogated. Active tags are often paired with temperature, motion or other sensors, so memory is required to store the collected data.
—Mark Roberti, Founder and Editor, RFID Journal
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