UHF RFID Library Tag


UHF RFID library tag has a “multi-read” function , which means that readers can read several tags at once. Hence, make it more convenient for the library to check, assort and query books.
More ever. UHF RFID library tag is thin, flexible. And thus we can be laminate these tags between papers. With special method to attach to books, as a result, patron is totally unaware that the tag is there.

The library industry uses RFID to accomplish modernized organization and improve visitor experiences. Manually managing library assets can be inaccurate and time-consuming. But implementing RFID can automate some or all of the process. By tagging books and other returnable library assets, RFID enables efficient tracking and monitoring these items. We may also use RFID in innovative ways to provide additional functionality.
How to use RFID in Libraries?
As RFID’s popularity increased in the year 2000. Countries around the world announced their intent to integrate RFID technology into their library systems. Finally, RFID is commonly used in libraries worldwide.

We may set up RFID Library tag systems and use different RFID spectrum subsets . They most commonly using HF (High Frequency), NFC (Near Field Communication), and UHF (Ultra-High Frequency). And below are the key differences in these RFID technology types :

UHF- UHF, also calls RAIN RFID, has a read range between ten and thirty feet. Due to its longer read range, this frequency has many typical applications in industries like retail, healthcare, transportation, and manufacturing. However, due to UHF’s shorter wavelengths, this frequency is more susceptible to interference from metal and water.

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