RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) reader modules are self-contained integrated devices that read data from RFID tags or transponders. RFID technology, which attaches miniature RFID tags to objects, animals, or people, uses radio frequency signals to identify and track them.
The RFID reader module is in charge of emitting radio frequency signals, receiving tag replies, and processing the recorded data. These modules are widely utilized in a variety of applications such as inventory management, access control, asset monitoring, and others.
The RFID reader circuitry, which contains the transceiver for sending and receiving RF signals as well as the essential control circuits, is the module’s main component. An antenna for broadcasting and receiving RF signals is included in the module.
RFID systems use many frequency bands, including low frequency (LF), high frequency (HF), and ultra-high frequency (UHF). The reading module is tuned to a certain frequency band.
The read range of the module is the maximum distance at which it can communicate with RFID tags. This range is determined by elements like as frequency, antenna design, and power output. Some RFID reader modules include processing capability to handle data from tags. Data parsing, encryption, and authentication are all examples of this.
RFID reader modules are available in a variety of sizes, including tiny modules for integration into other devices and larger modules for standalone applications. The rate at which the reader module can collect information from multiple tags.
The Global RFID reader module market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
JADAK, a Novanta Corporation (“Novanta”) business unit, announces the launching of the ThingMagic M7e Series, which includes the new Impinj E family RAIN RFID reader chips.
The M7e Series consists of five modules and is the market’s smallest UHF RFID module, allowing customers to utilize the chip in extremely compact applications such as portable RFID scanners, wearable RFID devices, surgical hand scanners, mobile RFID printers, and smart vending machines.
JADAK will collaborate with healthcare OEMs, merchants, and CPG customers throughout the world to integrate the module into innovative applications. In addition to their tiny size, the modules have extremely low power consumption, which is essential for mobile RFID printers, handheld or battery-powered devices used in retail and inventory tracking.
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