How Can I Bypass Unwanted Values in RFID Reads?

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Kshitij Gadkari asked 5 months ago
I am using a UHF RFID integrated reader for reading the TIDs of RFID labels. The reader is connected to a system’s serial port. The tag passes buffer data of eight characters before and four characters ahead of the 24-byte hex value, with the reader in active mode. Can you please suggest how to trim or bypass unwanted values?

—Kshitij

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Kshitij,

I would recommend you contact the reader’s manufacturer. If anyone has any suggestions or specific instructions, they are invited to paste them below.

Mark Roberti
Founder and Editor
RFID Journal

 

Colynn
replied 5 months ago

Kshitji,
Most readers would allow you to set the starting bit that you would read in the tag as well as what memory bank you are reading. There are however many different readers out there with different functionality, so if you would like to connect on specifics, I can see if we can help get things sorted out for you.
Colynn Black
RFID Business Development Director
Metalcraft

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