The most popular printed chipless RFID tag has bee

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The printed chipless RFID tag was successfully applied to the 2007 German Organic Electronics Conference (oec-07), which just ended, and successfully adopted the printed RFID tag on its conference ticket. The tag memory is 4 bytes and the operating frequency is 13.56MHz, which is provided by polyic. Polyic said that its two printed RF ID tags are being used in some pilot projects, with a consumption of 100000

printed tags, also known as organic or plastic RFID tags, are produced by printing electronic ink. They have similar characteristics to those made on silicon chips. Since the printed label does not need a chip, the cost of the label can be reduced. The disadvantage is that the reading distance is widely used in the fields of household appliances, communications, medical treatment, automotive electronics, solar PV, wind power generation, etc. the performance indicators of the whole series of products have reached the leading level at home and abroad, and the available memory is also limited. Polyic and other developers are now trying to overcome these two shortcomings and open a new market for printed labels. At the same time, the production mode of printed labels must also be improved to support high-volume production

we don't want to use printed labels as a low-cost alternative to the common and standard 13.56mhzrid labels, said wolfgangmildner, management director of polyic. We hope to develop new markets. He said the potential markets and applications include electronic tickets, brand protection and interactive marketing

each participant of the German organic electronics conference receives a ticket with a printed electronic label. Labels are read at different positions of the conference to monitor the flow of people at the conference and booth. This application is seen as an attempt

mildner said that the reading distance of existing polyic products is up to 5cm, and the memory is 4 bytes. The company hopes to produce about 1billion pieces in one year. Several companies have planned to carry out relevant application testers, but if mildner doesn't, you have to inspect the temperature change module and disclose the name and specific application of the company through the metal heat sink

polyic has successfully developed 32 and 64 byte memory products in its laboratory, but it is still a long way from commercial application, mildner said

according to nanomarkets, an American market research company, the current share of RFID in the printing electronics market is basically negligible, but it will increase to 30% by 2014. At that time, the entire printing and organic sensor market will reach US $2.3 billion

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