Frequently Asked Questions


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NFC AND RFID Transponder


An RFID transponder, also known as a tag, is a data carrier used in RFID systems to store and transmit information wirelessly. When exposed to radio frequency signals from an RFID reader, the transponder responds by sending back its stored data.


NFC (Near Field Communication) is an international transmission standard (ISO 18092) for contact-free data exchange at 13.56 MHz. The reading distance is up to 10 cm, with a data transfer rate of a maximum of 424 kBit/s and a connection establishment time of < 0.1 sec. With NFC-compatible end devices (approx. 170 models worldwide (January 2013) and approx. 50 mobile telephone models in Germany (January 2013), the most recent local wireless technology is readily available for use. New tablets and notebooks are continually being equipped with this wireless interface.
NFC is a form of RFID technology using mobile devices for wireless data exchange with a limited reading range, while classic RFID requires complex systems but allows for higher scalability and is commonly used in storage logistics.
The RFID transponder, also known as the data carrier or tag, serves as the core component of an RFID system. Its structure and functionality can differ based on the frequency range employed.

NFC AND RFID Transponder


NFC (Near Field Communication) is a subset of RFID technology, specifically designed for short-range wireless communication between devices, typically within a few centimeters. While both NFC and RFID use transponders, NFC operates within a limited range and is commonly employed for mobile device-based interactions.
Most RFID transponders are designed for one-time use, such as adhesive labels or asset tags. However, certain types, like RFID key fobs and smart cards, can be reprogrammed for multiple applications.

RFID transponders are available in various ruggedized forms, allowing them to withstand extreme temperatures, moisture, and other challenging environmental conditions, making them suitable for diverse industrial applications.

RFID and NFC technologies have raised some privacy concerns due to the potential for unauthorized data access. However, modern systems implement encryption and security measures to address these issues and ensure data protection.

Benefits of using RFID

Enhanced Operational Efficiency

RFID solutions streamline your operations by automating data capture and management processes. With real-time tracking and accurate identification, you'll experience reduced manual data entry errors and improved inventory accuracy. This efficiency boost leads to faster workflows, optimized resource utilization, and better decision-making

Improved Asset Visibility

Gain complete visibility into your assets' whereabouts and usage with RFID technology. Whether it's equipment, inventory, or personnel, our solutions enable you to track and monitor assets seamlessly. This visibility minimizes losses, prevents theft, and ensures assets are in the right place at the right time, contributing to smoother operations and cost savings.

Enhanced Customer Experience

By utilizing RFID solutions, you elevate your customer experience. Shorter checkout times, improved inventory availability, and personalized service become achievable goals. RFID's swift and accurate data capture ensures shelves are stocked, orders are accurate, and customer interactions are smooth, leading to increased satisfaction and loyalty.

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