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What Are the Applications of UHF RFID Tags?

1. UHF RFID tag is a kind of RFID tag

At present, RFID technology is constantly developing, and RFID tags can be divided into low frequency (LF), high frequency (HF), ultra high frequency (UHF) and microwave according to the different operating frequencies. The working principles of RFID in different frequency bands are different, RFID in low frequency (LF) and high frequency (HF) generally use the principle of electromagnetic coupling, while RFID in UHF and microwave frequency bands generally use the principle of electromagnetic emission. In order to use it correctly, it is necessary to firstly select the appropriate frequency. Each frequency has its own characteristics and can be applied in different fields. In the following, applications of UHF RFID tag will be explained.

2. Wide application scenarios of UHF RFID tag

UHF RFID tag application scenario is quite broad, with the ability to read multiple tags at one time, identification distance, data transmission speed, high reliability and life, tolerance of outdoor harsh environment and other advantages. It can be used for asset management, production line management, supply chain management, warehousing logistics management, anti-counterfeiting traceability of all kinds of goods (such as tobacco, alcohol, medicine, etc.), retail, vehicle management and so on.

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