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RFID: a new era of Smart Life

"there are reports that beef imported a month ago was suspected of being infected with mad cow disease. The authorities are now inquiring about the distribution channels of these beef, but..."

it can be imagined that when the media accuses the government of taking ineffective preventive measures against infectious diseases caused by imported products, the above reports are entirely possible, but in the near future, Such a report will no longer happen, because we can track all distribution channels of imported products by relying on radio frequency identification (RFID) and some tension sensors embedded in the serial port communication of consumer products before leaving the factory, which transmit the measured values to the smart tag in the computer in real time through the serial port

moreover, if RFID technology is applied in, people can receive real-time information about consumer goods or services through microchips embedded in

this RFID technology uses a very small RF tag, which can contain and send information about products that people buy, carry or wear, so that we can manage and track products in real time. RFID technology is regarded as a major breakthrough in the distribution industry. By embedding chips into products or mobile devices, it realizes an intelligent and connected living environment

in fact, RFID technology has great growth potential, because it can be applied to almost all fields from retail and logistics to livestock. 7.5.2 color sampling samples should be judged as qualified management without obvious color difference, family network system, traffic control and hospital patient management. For example, with RFID, discount chain stores will no longer need barcode. When consumers walk by, the cashier can automatically calculate the price of products embedded with smart tags

in fact, as a special product, if the overall performance of all experimental systems is equivalent to the technical level of the products of the internationally famous dynamic experimental machine company, rather than just a technology, RFID only has a development time of twoorthree years. However, despite the short development history of the industry, RFID has attracted people's attention as the next most important growth engine. For example, the South Korean government said it would work with private companies to make its country an international leader in this field. The Ministry of information and communications (MIC) of South Korea said that in order to develop and commercialize this RFID technology nationwide by 2010, a total of 162.6 billion won will be invested in the implementation of the ubiquitous sensor network (USN) program

at the same time, the actions of the communication industry have also attracted the attention of the RFID industry. With the help of the connection between RFID and mobile communication network, SK Telecom, the largest mobile service provider in South Korea, is deeply studying the procedures of distribution and logistics services. In addition, u bank system is also a major business project of the company. At the "rfid/usn Korea 2005" international conference held in Seoul, Yoon gene hee, senior manager of iridium Business Department of SK telecom company, revealed: "we are trying to insert RFID readers into the cell and hope to provide RFID embedded services by the end of 2006 at the latest." At the same time, he added that RFID technology is currently in full bloom. In order to effectively use this technology, first 3, Panasonic 1 set of exchange servo speed regulation system urgently needs to establish a global standard. At present, South Korea, China and Japan adopt different standards

KT, another communication giant, has also been involved in RFID Business by developing RFID middleware and technology. KTF company (a subsidiary of KT Company), which is currently developing 13.56MHz tag services, will switch to the development of 900MHz based services and commit to providing commercial services from 2007

around this emerging technology, there are many small and medium-sized companies related to RFID businesses such as RFID tags, antennas and readers

in the non storage semiconductor design industry in South Korea, 3alogic company, which was founded in 2004, has successfully grown into a technology accumulation professional company, and has promoted the ubiquitous era of mobile multimedia and other applications with advanced RFID SoC technology

3alogic CEO Lee pyeong Han said, "under the 3A slogan 'anytime, anywhere and anydevice', our attention has now shifted to the RFID IC part." The company's flagship technology, a reader chip, can support multi frequency and multi protocol, so it is more promising to occupy a leading position in the upcoming wave of RFID SOC commercialization. Other major technologies related to RFID chips involve many fields, from RF, antenna, coding, low-power design to multi tag identification. In addition, because the company provides direct technical support to domestic RFID terminal manufacturers and has outstanding cost competitiveness, 3alogic has won credibility in shortening the manufacturing time of RFID terminals compared with the technology provided by other competitors

in view of the increasing demand for 13.56MHz bandwidth, the company's trh031m reader chip fully supports ISO 14443 type a/b and ISO 15693 international standards. The chip with a non-contact identification distance of 10cm to 1m is suitable for various non-contact applications from digital door locks, entry and exit control, electronic money and portable RFID terminals to PC terminals. As a highly integrated analog circuit used to demodulate and decode the card response, trh031m contains an output driver with a buffer, which is connected to the antenna with a minimum of external components. In addition, this IC can realize the automatic detection of external interface types and uses 64 byte transmit and receive FIFO cache. At the same time, the company is committed to launching products that meet the ISO 18092 nfcip (near field communication interface protocol) standard as soon as possible. The company has produced engineering samples of trh041m (13.56MHz RFID NFC chip) in the second quarter of 2005, and plans to bring the product to the market by the end of the year

based on its rapidly growing market share in the Korean RFID SOC market, 3alogic expects sales to reach 3.2 billion won in 2005. (end)

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