Breakthrough on 1-Cent RFID Tag

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Researchers at Infineon have found a way to create microchips on common packaging materials. One day, chips may be printed with commercial processes for less than a penny.

Dec. 2, 2002 - Many people in the auto identification business like to say that RFID will never replace bar codes, that bar codes will always be used for applications where even a five-cent RFID tag is too expensive. Those prognosticators may be reconsidering their position following the news this month that researchers at Infineon, the large German chipmaker, have successfully integrated plastics electronic circuits on commercially available packagi...

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