Any help with this matter would be appreciated.
HiTag S chips, made by NXP Semiconductors, are designed for use in transponders for animal identification. These transponders operate in the low-frequency (LF) spectrum and conform to the ISO 11784/85 animal-ID standards, as well as the ISO 14223 standard for animal ID, which includes anti-collision and read-write functionality. To program such a tag, you would need to use a reader supporting the ISO 14223 standard. You can view a detailed data sheet about the HiTag transponder at NXP's Web site.
—Mark Roberti, Founder and Editor, RFID Journal
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