Feb 25, 2013Achieving high read rates is critical to the success of many RFID applications, and placing the tag in the right location on a case or carton is critical to achieving consistently high read rates. In this demonstration by researchers from the RFID Research Center at the University of Arkansas, filmed at RFID Journal LIVE! 2007, you will see how placing the tag in the wrong location dramatically reduces the ability to read the tag. You will also see how software can be used to analyze a product and find the best location for tag placement.
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