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Editor's Note

  • RFID's Case of Schizophrenia

    By Mark Roberti

    Those looking at using RFID can't see a return on investment, but those using it say the technology pays for itself. What's up?

  • Serialized Bar Codes or RFID?

    By Mark Roberti

    Serialized bar codes are not a replacement for RFID, but they should be considered for applications where line of sight is not an issue and a lot of labor isn’t needed to scan items.

  • Process Controls for the Supply Chain

    By Mark Roberti

    RFID could bring to supply chains a level of automation and control similar to what process control devices brought to manufacturing decades ago.

  • A Compromise on the California RFID Bill

    By Mark Roberti

    The best course of action would be for the bill to be shelved and for the RFID industry to address concerns about using RFID transponders in government-issued documents.

  • RFID in Europe: A Special Case

    By Mark Roberti

    Europe's led the world in deploying RFID systems, but taking advantage of UHF EPC presents some special challenges.

  • Real RFID Talent Will Cost You

    By Mark Roberti

    An RFID Journal survey reveals that salaries are rising as the demand for people with RFID skills and experience increases.

  • Asia in the Rearview Mirror

    By Mark Roberti

    The region has lagged behind the United States and Europe in mandating RFID tagging, but governments in the region are putting up the money to change.

  • Readers' Views on Tag Costs and Performance

    By Mark Roberti

    Our recent online polls show you want RFID tags that perform consistently, but you're divided over whether cost or performance is most important.

  • Consumers Are Watching You

    By Mark Roberti

  • Not All EPC Tags Are Alike

    By Mark Roberti

    The huge variance in tag performance—even among tags of the same make and model—makes designing an effective UHF RFID system a real challenge.

  • The Price of EPC Gen 2

    By Mark Roberti

    The protocol has great features, but will it delay widespread adoption of RFID?

  • Making Progress On Out-of-Stocks

    By Mark Roberti

    Wal-Mart is using RFID readers at some stores to solve this once intractable problem.

  • Is RFID Losing Momentum?

    By Mark Roberti

    No new RFID mandates have been issued and at least one company has pulled out of the market.

  • The Healthcare Equation

    By Mark Roberti

    Hospitals are discovering that RFID is the right prescription for many problems.

  • Needed: RFID Subject Matter Experts

    By Mark Roberti

    End users can help create an industry standard certification test, which is necessary to ensure a skilled workforce to deploy RFID technology.

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