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Editor's Note

  • Connecting Buyers and Sellers

    By Mark Roberti

    RFID Journal’s new Request for Proposal system will help buyers find vendors that can meet their needs.

  • EPCglobal on Track

    By Mark Roberti

    The most important news coming out of Baltimore last week happened after the EPCglobal Conference concluded.

  • RFID’s Labor Pains

    By Mark Roberti

  • The Role of Independent Testing

    By Mark Roberti

    The RFID Alliance Lab, supported by RFID Journal, will be an important resource in the development of the RFID market.

  • The China Syndrome

    By Mark Roberti

    Beijing's concerns about international RFID standards must be addressed.

  • It's Crunch Time

    By Mark Roberti

    Wal-Mart's top suppliers have three months to meet RFID mandates, and vendors have to move quickly if they want to be among the winners in the emerging market.

  • The 5-Cent Challenge

    By Mark Roberti

    RFID Journal Editor Mark Roberti is betting $10,000 that end users will be able to buy simple, passive UHF RFID tags for a nickel in 2008.

  • Progress Continues

    By Mark Roberti

    Despite several hiccups, including questions related to intellectual property, development of the EPC Gen 2 standard continues.

  • A License to Kill?

    By Mark Roberti

    Concerns that Intermec's licensing proposal will be the death knell of EPC technology are overblown.

  • RFID Journal Needs You

    By Mark Roberti

    As we plan improvements to our Web site, print magazine and events for 2005, we'd like to hear from you about how we can better serve your needs.

  • A Symbol of the New RFID Market

    By Mark Roberti

    Symbol Technologies’ decision to acquire Matrics is a sign that the RFID market is maturing and is good news for end users.

  • Are Your Secrets Safe?

    By Mark Roberti

    RFID technology could prevent the loss or theft of sensitive documents, computers and other assets—if only companies and government agencies would use it.

  • Come Together

    By Bob Violino

    Talk of collaboration must be replaced by action.

  • Legislation Isn’t the Answer

    By Mark Roberti

    The death of the California RFID privacy bill is a good thing for consumers.

  • Sticker Shock

    By Mark Roberti

    The high price of EPC smart labels can be blamed on inefficiencies in the RFID industry—and on some shortsighted vendors that want to make a quick buck today.

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