UHF RFID experience.

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UHF RFID experience.

Postby juliansilver » Tue Sep 17, 2013 5:11 pm

Hi MM Forum.

I am currently discussing MM products for use in RFID. Do you know of anyone that has experience in UHF RFID using MM processors – preferably ECIO. I would like to build a doorway reader and a wand type reader scanner. The potential for this is many thousands of units if the job comes off so it’s worth a little of someone’s time.

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Re: UHF RFID experience.

Postby kersing » Tue Sep 17, 2013 9:25 pm

Hi Jules,

I would like a bit more information, do you intend to use a specific RFID reader and interface it to a micro controller programmed with Flowcode? Or is you intention to create the actual reader using Flowcode? Or do you just want to use ECIO and use another programming environment?
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Re: UHF RFID experience.

Postby Benj » Thu Sep 19, 2013 11:00 am

Hello,

Sounds like an interesting project. Could the wand and the door readers be built using the RFID E-blocks or would you be using your own RFID modules or circuitry?