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RFID Technology. RFID stands for radio frequency identification. This technology allows transmission of data between a transponder and a reader on a contactless base. The RFID Reader is a transmitting and receiving unit that generates the required electromagnetic field.

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RFID Technology

  • RFID stands for radio frequency identification. This technology allows transmission of data between a transponder and a reader on a contactless base.
  • The RFID Reader is a transmitting and receiving unit that generates the required electromagnetic field.
  • This will be received by the transponder and as a result, the microchip contained in the transponder will be activated and able to receive commands from the reader through its antenna as well as transmit the ID number and other information stored on the chip.
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RFID Technology

RFID systems work at different frequency ranges:

  • LF (Low Frequency): typical 125kHz .
  • HF (High Frequency): typical 13.56MHz
  • UHF (Ultra High Frequency): typical 868/915 MHz
  • Microwave: typical 2.4GHz
  • Neosid has decided to start activities with Transponders in the frequency of 13.56MHz fulfilling the
  • ISO 15963and ISO 18000 standard. The dimensions of the transponder inlay are 2,6xx2,6x 2,4 mm
  • Picture of NeoTAG® Inlay, Plug and SMD:
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RFID Technology

  • Another HF TAG standard is MIFARE (NXP) Card Standard ISO 14443.

Mifare cards are used for identification access control (i.e., staff badges) and time recording, or as

electronic pay cards in lunchrooms or electronic tickets for trains and buses…

This standard is also called NFC (Near Filed Communication). Neosid is working on a design for NeoTAG with NFC standard. Results will be introduced on website www.neosid.de.

LF transponders are customized solutions and packaging is different than standard NeoTAG®.

Photos of LF transponder:

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RFID Technology

  • Following components are required for a RFID system:
  • Transponder: NeoTAG®. Containing ID number and offering memory for writing information.
  • Reader- Antenna: Generating magnetic filed and transmitting data and energy to Transponder. Receiving data from Transponder.
  • Reader: Driving the Reader antenna. Generating the data signal and analyzing the data received from Transponder.
  • Middleware: Needed for integrating the data supplied by Reader into the IT Backend System.
  • IT Backend System. Administration software used by end customer.
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RFID Technology

Support for the design of Reader and Antenna for the Neosid agencies can be offered by KTS or by a domestic partner as defined by Neosid representative.

KTS is located in Monchengladbach, Germany and contact person is Mr. Timo Sonntag- Sales Manager. Contact details are shown here: www.kts-systeme.de

Support for the design of Reader and Antenna for the Neosid agencies can be offered by KTS or by a domestic partner which has to be defined by Neosid representative or customer.

Pictures of a USB Reader + Antenna and a Midrange Reader :

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Advantages of RFID Technology

  • Compared to barcode labeling, RFID has the following advantages:
  • Contactless reading is possible. No visual sight between reader and transponder is required.
  • Multi reading and writing is possible. Updated data can be stored on the transponder during each reading and writing process.
  • Robustness against environmental influences like dust and humidity.
  • Pulk reading is allowing the detection of several transponders at one time.
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Application for RFID Technology

  • Due to the unique ID number contained in the Transponder, each NeoTAG®can be
  • identified with 100% security. Subsequently, RFID offers a wide range
  • of applications, like:
  • Goods re- tracking. The supply chain can be tracked, identified and located. No interruption within the chain is given.
  • Container management. Each container can be filled and tracked by the unique ID number.
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Application for RFID Technology

  • Theft and plagiarism protection.
  • Inventory / Rental management.
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Application for RFID Technology

  • Quality assurance and quality control in production processes.
  • Animal registration.
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Exhibition & Network

  • Shows and Events:
  • Neosid is participating in the EuroID exhibition. Next show is in April 2013, located in Berlin. Further
  • information will be available on our website, soon.
  • RFID Networks:
  • Neosid is member of the AIM-D trade associationrepresenting automatic identification and mobility
  • technology solution providers located in Germany, Switzerland and Austria . www.aim-d.de/
  • The global association is shown here: www.aimglobal.org
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NeoTAG Benefits

  • The size and performance of the NeoTAG® are the significant highlights. One of the smallest available Transponders for RF with ferrite core.
  • Reading distance out of metal at the Transponder size of only 2,6x2,6x2,4 mm. Offers best performance out of metal reading.
  • NeoTAG® Plug with press- fit case for quick and easy assembly
  • Offering wide range of application possibilities due to very small size and performance.
  • Write and Read chip.
  • Fully automated production located in Halver, Germany.
  • Fulfills high quality standard. High reliability in temperature cycle tests and under mechanical stress. Up to 275°C/ 15 minutes. Autoklav compatibility test are ongoing.
  • Customized solutions available with modification of ferrite core and production line.
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RFID Glossary

  • Here you will find the RFID glossary. For questions or comments, please contact your Neosid sales team!
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Contact (Germany)

Company

Representatives

  • NEOSID Pemetzrieder GmbH & CoKG
  • Langenscheid 26-30
  • 58553 Halver
  • Postfach 1354
  • 58543 Halver
  • Phone: +49 2353 71 0
  • Fax: +49 2353 71 54
  • E-Mail: info@neosid.de
  • Internet: www.neosid.de
  • INDUSTRIA M. Oberländer
  • Ingenieurgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG
  • Germany North
  • (ZIP 1, 2, 3, 4, 5):
  • Langenscheid 26 - 30
  • 58553 Halver
  • Your contact: Lars Lappe
  • E-Mail: lappe@industria.de
  • Phone: +49 2353 71 38
  • Fax: +49 2353 71 54
  • Germany South
  • (ZIP 6, 7, 8, 9, 0)
  • Hasenbergsteige 31
  • 70197 Stuttgart
  • Your contact: Markus Falk
  • E-Mail: falk@industria.de
  • Phone: +49 711 64553 0
  • Fax: +49 711 64553 12
  • www.industria.de