Micro UHF RFID Module
The Micro is designed to meet the demands of high performance RFID handheld, mobile, and stationary readers. This embedded UHF RFID Reader offers two antenna ports and supports the ability to transmit up to +30 dBm for demanding applications.
Application 1: Reading a large tag population
Application 2: Reading fast moving tags using ThingMagic Fast Search
Application 3: Handheld Integration
Mercury6 (M6) RFID Reader
The ThingMagic M6 is an enterprise-class, 4-port, EPCglobal Gen2 multiprotocol RFID reader. The M6 supports EPCglobal Low-Level Reader Protocol (LLRP) and offers a common programming interface available with ThingMagic's entire portfolio of readers - making solution development easier than ever before.
Episode 2: How to build an RFID Reader
What do you do when your project requires a UHF RFID-enabled device that just doesn’t exist? Build your own! (The #1 watched video on RFID.net in 2011!)
01:19 - Considerations before building an RFID reader
03:45 - Building an RFID reader using Discrete Components
10:00 - Building an RFID reader using a Reader Chip (IC)
13:13 - RFID Reader Chip compared to RFID Module
18:00 - Development time for building each option
Episode 1: How to Build an RFID reader
The #1 watched video on RFID.net in 2010!
RFID Tag Placement
Just because you see a tag doesn't mean your RFID equipment will see it. Contrarily, if you can't see a tag, it doesn't mean your RFID equipment won't read it. Confused yet?
How to RFID Enable Anything
It's time to reshape the way we think about RFID!
Learn how SimplyRIFD achieves "the best read range" in the market with ThingMagic Astra readers.