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'[EE] RFID breakthrough'
2006\02\06@164720 by Russell McMahon

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Philips develop "all plastic" RFID tag.
Potentially a market breakthrough.
Has ability to eg replace or greatly supplant barcodes.

> http://www.eet.com/news/design/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=179100405


Ref: Ken Mardle

2006\02\06@195822 by blackcat

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What do you suppose the range of these will be ?
I would really like to see a range of one meter
so I can use them to find lost items.

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On 2006-Feb 06, at 2:46 PM, Russell McMahon wrote:

Philips develop "all plastic" RFID tag.
Potentially a market breakthrough.
Has ability to eg replace or greatly supplant barcodes.

> http://www.eet.com/news/design/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=179100405


Ref: Ken Mardle

2006\02\06@230639 by Roy

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And I thought my workshop was cluttered :-)

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> What do you suppose the range of these will be ?
> I would really like to see a range of one meter
> so I can use them to find lost items.
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> AGSC
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