RADIO FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION READERS

Brand Owner (click to sort) Address Description
AMS AMS Engineering GmbH Salzburger Straße 52AT
Austria
Scientific research and technological design ...
ELEMENT HYDRO Motion Control Engineering, Inc. 11380 White Rock Road
Rancho Cordova CA 95742
Electrical controls for elevators; elevator control ...
ELEMENT SERIES Motion Control Engineering, Inc. 11380 White Rock Road
Rancho Cordova CA 95742
Electrical controls for elevators; elevator control ...
ELEMENT TRACTION Motion Control Engineering, Inc. 11380 White Rock Road
Rancho Cordova CA 95742
Electrical controls for elevators; elevator control ...
FENIXKEY HENZULEA MARIAN NICOLAE Rm B, BL 3, 23 YAT MING ROAD
HK
FANLING
Hong Kong
Encoded electronic integrated circuit card ...
OK OMNIKEY OMNIKEY AG 24, Kreuzberger RingDE
Germany
Development of computer software, for chip ...
REDCLOUD RedCloud, Inc. 45610 Woodland Road, Suite 130
Atlantic Corporate Park
Sterling VA 20166
Encoded electronic integrated circuit card ...
S ams AG Schloss PremstättenAT
Austria
Scientific research and technological design ...
 

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Technical Examples
  1. The present invention discloses a radio frequency identification tag apparatus for a tire in a radio frequency identification system (hereinafter, referred to as a 'RFID system'). The radio frequency identification tag apparatus for a tire in a radio frequency identification system, which has a reader for transmitting a strong radio frequency signal to peripheral areas, comprises: a substrate with a plurality of holes having a predetermined shape; a radio chip housed in the substrate, storing the characteristic information of the tire, and operated upon receipt of the radio frequency signal to modulate the characteristic information and output them in the radio frequency signal received from the reader; and an antenna housed in the substrate, having a symmetrically uniform flexion shape relative to the radio chip, receiving the radio frequency signal to provide the same to the radio chip, and receiving the radio signal containing the characteristic information from the radio chip to transmit the same in midair.