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  • Wonders of ISO printable cards

  • Posted by stafford on 11 Nov, 2018

    The history of ISO printable cards is not so old. In fact this facility has just come into the scenario a few years ago and since the time of advent and introduction of these cards; people have simply forgotten the old ways of shopping. Previously there was a time when…

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  • Radio tag study revealed at Cebit

  • Posted by stafford on 03 Nov, 2018

    You might never lose another sock once radio frequency ID (RFID) tags are used everywhere, Google’s chief internet evangelist has said. Vint Cerf was speaking at the Cebit technology fair in Hanover after the announcement of a Europe-wide consultation study on RFID. The study was announced at a press conference…

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  • ISO Printable Cards - High quality printing outputs

  • Posted by stafford on 27 Oct, 2018

    About ISO Printable Cards ISO Printable Cards, smart cards that are designed while adhering to ISO standards. These cards uses low radio frequency signals close to 125 kHz. For high quality printing outputs, the ISO printable cards comprises of a printable surface which is glossy white in color. In a…

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  • Tracking tags aiding elderly care

  • Posted by stafford on 21 Oct, 2018

    We have talked a lot about Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags in the past. They can be placed on stock in a supermarket, or items in the postal system, and you can keep tabs on them because of the tiny little radio transmitters and receivers. And now, some researchers at…

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  • Kantech Proximity Cards – Passive Proximity Card

  • Posted by stafford on 15 Oct, 2018

    What is Kantech Proximity Cards? As proximity key fobs, proximity key tags and proximity cards, Kantech Proximity Cards make use of proximity technology i.e. for unlocking or accessing an electronic lock they require low-frequency radio signals (RFID) transmitted by a proximity reader. How do Kantech Proximity Cards operate? Kantech proximity…

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  • RFID The Right Way

  • Posted by stafford on 30 Sep, 2018

    For companies, adopting RFID is a major expense. But if they don’t take action, it could affect their business. What would happen, though, if companies could just test the water instead of jumping headfirst into adopting RFID—an alternative to bar codes—which uses radio frequency identification devices to track products? Enter…

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  • Proximity Cards – Powered by RF

  • Posted by stafford on 24 Sep, 2018

    About Proximity Card Prox cards or Proximity cards are type of smart cards that work on the principle of “contactless technology”. Unlike ATM, debit or credit cards, which requires a reader device to read the magnetic strip, proximity cards are designed in a different way. Proximity cards does not have a…

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  • Kantech Proximity Cards – Passive Proximity Card

  • Posted by stafford on 01 Sep, 2018

    What is Kantech Proximity Cards? As proximity key fobs, proximity key tags and proximity cards, Kantech Proximity Cards make use of proximity technology i.e. for unlocking or accessing an electronic lock they require low-frequency radio signals (RFID) transmitted by a proximity reader. How do Kantech Proximity Cards operate? Kantech proximity…

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  • Proximity Key Fobs – Smart Keys for Cars

  • Posted by stafford on 13 Aug, 2018

    What are Proximity Key Fobs? Proximity Key Fobs are also known as simply key fobs or remotes key fobs are small pocket size devices that are convenient in use. It comprises of either contactless technology used for smart cards or proximity card technology in such a structure in which it…

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