New Ultra Small RFID Tags Deliver Long Read Range

November 28, 2012
Tired of having to sacrifice tag size for read range? What happens when you design UHF RFID tags (http://www.impinj.com/Monza_5_RFID_Tag_Chips.aspx) capable of adapting to the item which they are attached? You get ultra-small form factors capable of achieving the performance levels of tags twice, even three times its size! In fact the new MuTRAK tag is only 49mm2 and can achieve read distances of up to 14 meters --And that's why we'd like to introduce you to the latest RFID tags and inlays from our our partner TAGSYS RFID. Imagine being able to increase your read accuracy and distance while reducing your tag footprint by simply harnessing the energy of the items you're tracking. Based on the Impinj Monza 5 tag chip, these new and innovative products offer a new approach to item-level tagging, opening up a whole new world of potential applications. In this webinar recording you will learn how Impinj and TAGSYS RFID are working together to deliver the world's most innovative and advanced RFID tag solutions. What you'll learn • Why Monza 5 is the ideal choice for item-level tracking • Introduction to the TAGSYS MuTRAK and AK products • Application and Use Cases Featured Speakers Nikhil Deulkar, Monza Sr. Product Line Manager -- Impinj, Inc. Christophe Loussert, Vice President of RFID Integration -- TAGSYS For more information about Impinj, Monza RFID Tag ICs, and other Impinj RFID products, please visit http://www.impinj.com/Monza. For more information about TAGSYS and TAGSYS RFID products, please visit http://www.tagsysrfid.com.
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