RFID smart cards operate in the low frequency (LF), high frequency (HF), and ultra-high frequency (UHF) radio bands, have latest printing techniques to meet customers’ expectations of quality, flexibility, and durability.
An RFID event staff badge is a type of RFID tag that is used to identify and track event staff. It is typically made of a durable material, such as plastic or metal, and can be attached to a lanyard or worn around the neck. RFID smart cards operate in the low frequency (LF), high frequency (HF), and ultra-high frequency (UHF) radio bands. The frequency band that is used depends on the application. UHF RFID tags: UHF RFID tags have a long read range, making them ideal for large events where staff may be spread out over a large area. However, they can be more expensive than other types of RFID tags. LF RFID tags: LF RFID tags are less expensive than UHF RFID tags, but they have a shorter read range. This makes them less suitable for large events, but they may be a good option for smaller events or events where staff will be concentrated in a smaller area. NFC tags: NFC tags are the newest type of RFID tag and are becoming increasingly popular. They are less expensive than UHF RFID tags and have a read range that is comparable to LF RFID tags. However, they are not as widely supported as UHF RFID tags. Printing:
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|NXP, Impinj, Alien
|RF Interface Protocol
|EPC Class1 Gen2 ISO/ISO18000-6C
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