BIGSquid RFID: Leading RFID Solution in India

Written by BIGSquid RFID Team


BIGSquid RFID: Leading RFID Solution in India

RFID (pronounced as separate letters) short for radio frequency identification. It is a technology, which uniquely identifies objects automatically using wireless radio communications.

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is a technique of distantly piling and recovering data by means of devices known as RFID tags. An RFID tag is a little object, like a sticky label, that can be integrated into a product. RFID tags hold antennas to facilitate them to accept and react to radio-frequency inquiries from an RFID transceiver.

What is RFID tags? What arerepparttar different RFID tags?

RFID tags are of two types: active RFID and passive RFID. Passive RFID tags don’t have their own power supply. The little electrical current stimulated inrepparttar 138431 antenna byrepparttar 138432 inward radio frequency scan gives adequate power forrepparttar 138433 tag to send a rejoinder. Because of power and cost factors,repparttar 138434 rejoinder of a passive RFID tag is essentially concise. It is normally just an ID number (GUID). Shortage of its own power supply craftsrepparttar 138435 device very small. Commercially accessible products exist that can be implanted beneathrepparttar 138436 skin. The least such devices commercially accessible measured 0.4 mm × 0.4 mm, and thinner than a sheet of paper. Such devices are virtually undetectable. Passive tags have practical read ranges that differ from about 10 mm up to about 5 meters. Passive tags are cheap to manufacture.

Active RFID tags, ought to have a power source, and may have longer ranges and larger memories than passive tags, as well asrepparttar 138437 capability to accumulate additional information sent byrepparttar 138438 transceiver. The smallest active tags are aboutrepparttar 138439 size of a coin. Many active tags have convenient ranges of tens of meters, and a battery life up to several years. Whilerepparttar 138440 cost factors of passive tags over active tags are noteworthy, other factors including accuracy and dependability makerepparttar 138441 use of active tags very common today.

A number of nations have anticipated embedding RFID devices in new passports to ease proficient machine reading of biometric data. The RFID-enabled passport distinctively identifies its holder; inrepparttar 138442 proposal currently under thought,repparttar 138443 RFID tag will also comprise a range of other personal information (More info http://www.bigsquid.org)

BIGSquid RFID

BIG Squid RFID is not merely integrating various RFID middleware (tags and readers) with our own products, but we have formed partnerships with other leading companies that enable us to provide supply chain solutions for various clients. BIGSquid RFID provides solutions to various industries like pharmaceutical, manufacturing, textile etc., acrossrepparttar 138444 globe.

BIGSquid RFID is similar to bar code technology by automatically collecting information about a product or transaction quickly, easily and without human error. Lets understand some common differences between RFID and Bar Code.

BIGSquid RFID and Bar code are both identification technologies that hold data that is accessed by some type of reader. In actuality, they complement each other very well and can be used effectively side by side in many applications. Bar code is an optical technology and RFID is a radio technology. However, unlike barcode technology, it provides a contact less data link, without need for line of sight—for example articles inside a cardboard box—or concerns about harsh or dirty environments that restrictrepparttar 138445 use of bar codes. Just like bar code, RFID tags are available with different memory sizes and encoding options. The ways these technologies exchange data account for most ofrepparttar 138446 differences between RFID and bar code and help determine where each identification technology is best put to use. (More info http://www.bigsquid.org )



3 Simple Steps to Stay Safe from Spyware

Written by Erich Bihlman


There are several basic concepts to keep in mind when deciding to stay spyware free for good. This article will outline a spyware checklist for you to keep in mind when getting tough on spyware and taking back control of your computer using two popular free applications, Ad-Aware,and Spybot - S&D. Using these two programs in conjunction will eliminate a vast majority of spyware problems from your computer. Forrepparttar purposes of this article, "spyware" refers also to adware, malware, and other not-so-nice "features" of today's computing reality.

These are some tell-tale warning signs that your computer may be suffering from spyware-

You receive many pop-ups

Your computer is running slowly

You may have invasive toolbars hijacking your browser

Your home page may have been hijacked

Your first step to escaping spyware's wrath is to download and run Ad-Aware and Spybot - S&D,repparttar 138333 two leading spyware fighting tools out there, boasting millions of downloads each. Please remember it's always safest to backup your system before installing a new program or executing one. After downloadingrepparttar 138334 two programs, be sure to runrepparttar 138335 update feature to be sure they are current when it comes to detectingrepparttar 138336 latest threats. Removerepparttar 138337 detected spyware using these two programs, then move to step two.

The second step in staying spyware free involves you to be proactive. At this point your computer should be free from spyware. What you want to do now is keep it this way, to do that there are helpful tips to guide you. In Windows 98 you can use msconfig to viewrepparttar 138338 startup programs on your computer. This is helpful because you can control what programs automatically load when you boot your computer. To access this invaluable tool, go to START >> RUN, type MSCONFIG. If you checkrepparttar 138339 startup programs occasionally you may see a new spyware entry that will alert you it's time to clean outrepparttar 138340 spyware again.

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