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Started by Rick February 4, 2013
Anyone here well versed in RFID design and integration? 


On Mon, 4 Feb 2013 06:55:49 -0600, "Rick" <rike22@bellsouth.net>
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>Anyone here well versed in RFID design and integration?
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On Mon, 4 Feb 2013 06:55:49 -0600, "Rick" <rike22@bellsouth.net> wrote:

>Anyone here well versed in RFID design and integration? >
Labels and tags, yes. "Zebra" makes a nice printer (ZM-400), and "Codesoft" makes the software. Old, dongle based stupidity, but you know how that per seat stuff goes. http://www.zebra.com/us/en/products-services/printers/printer-type/rfid/rz-series.html Not cheap, but *very* precise.
On Mon, 4 Feb 2013 06:55:49 -0600, "Rick" <rike22@bellsouth.net> wrote:

>Anyone here well versed in RFID design and integration? >
Labels and tags, yes. "Zebra" makes a nice printer (ZM-400), and "Codesoft" makes the software. Old, dongle based stupidity, but you know how that per seat stuff goes. http://www.zebra.com/us/en/products-services/printers/printer-type/rfid/rz-series.html Not cheap, but *very* precise.
On Feb 5, 1:29=A0am, MrTallyman <MrTally...@BananaCountersRUs.org>
wrote:
> On Mon, 4 Feb 2013 06:55:49 -0600, "Rick" <rik...@bellsouth.net> wrote: > >Anyone here well versed in RFID design and integration? > > =A0 Labels and tags, yes. > > =A0 "Zebra" makes a nice printer (ZM-400), and "Codesoft" makes the > software. > > =A0 Old, dongle based stupidity, but you know how that per seat stuff goe=
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> > http://www.zebra.com/us/en/products-services/printers/printer-type/rf... > > =A0 Not cheap, but *very* precise.
Zebra labels and tags aren't RFID, Jackie boy!
On 04/02/13 20:55, Rick wrote:
> Anyone here well versed in RFID design and integration? > >
RFID tags vary from 4 inches to half a mile in range. Then there are heaps of vertical applications. It might help if you would describe what you have in mind.