November management briefing: Part III - RFID applications become increasingly diverse
With the rapidly escalating use of RFID at all levels of the supply chain, there are literally hundreds of shapes and sizes of tags and readers - not to mention software and associated electronic systems - available on the market. RFID tags or transponders can be as small as a grain of rice or as large as a credit card, and readers likewise vary in capability, complexity and price.
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