November management briefing: Part III - RFID applications become increasingly diverse
By just-style.com | 24 November 2010
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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