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RFID Installation

07/29/2011 1:29 AM

Hi, every body

I am working on project in which I need one RFID concept for recognizing the items. I want to install a RFID reader/writer module and passive tags.It should be work to the range of 1-3 meters.Can any body help me to understand the requirement for installation and process to read and save in host computer.Basically i am belongs to electrical engineering.

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Re: RFID INSTALLATION

07/29/2011 1:33 AM

How about Googling "RFID tags" or just "RFID"?

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Re: RFID INSTALLATION

07/29/2011 2:38 AM

First step: RFID programming 

When you're ready for hardware: RFID development kits 

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Re: RFID Installation

07/29/2011 10:24 AM

Google "trun-key RFID vendors" and ask them.

Even electrical engineers should be able to grasp the concept of RFID tagging and data aquisition and storage. You can't be totally helpless, can you?

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Re: RFID Installation

07/29/2011 11:40 AM

I have worked with Pepperl & Fuchs in the past on similar things. You can try them, they are really great to work with, and have a fantastic RFID lineup.

I'm not an employee, and have no financial interest in the company, but do recommend their services.

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Re: RFID Installation

07/29/2011 6:06 PM

Two things: 1) Google will help, and 2) don't break the law by reading/writing things you aren't supposed to be reading/writing.

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07/29/2011 6:40 PM

Who's breaking the law??

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07/31/2011 1:24 PM

Hi there, RVZ,

My cautionary note was addressed to the OP. The project is ostensibly for an EE curriculum but the research skills (IE: using Google) don't seem to match up to college levels. I kinda figured a reminder to him/her not to be reading anyone else's tags might be a good idea before they got in hot water. I still get unpleasant flashbacks about some of my old projects...

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