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RE: Pedofile tracking software
By R. Marriott 2010-01-04 11:12:50 PM
Unfortunately, RFID is not suited for such a task, nor is it intended to be. You're lucky if you can set up a reader in a warehouse that can reliably read all the tags on a pallet six feet away from the antenna! Trying to track someone around a city using RFID is just science fiction -- not possible. However, law enforcement agencies do have ankle bracelets that can track people on parole. But again, these aren't based on RFID technology. I think you'll get a better idea of what RFID is used for if you look at the topics listed at the top of this site.
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