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What is RFID?
What are some applications for RFID?
What is ISO 14443A?
What is ISO 14443B?
What is ISO 15693?
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Products we build:

Inlays & Prelams card manufacturers can purchase Inlays and/or Prelams where they can then laminate with their in-house equipment to produce a contactless Card, Label, Key fob or Disc.

MIFARE® has become a standard in the RFID industry for such applications as Automatic fare collection, Electronic purse and Access control. EEPROM ranging from 512-bits, 1- Kbyte to 4-Kbyte using the ISO14443 A protocol.

Secure RF is a broad term to tackle the varied security- intensive RF products on the market. Packages can be built using Micro ID, Crypto RF and Mifare. ISO14443 A/ B or a proprietary protocol.

Smart Labels are quickly becoming an RF standard for companies wishing to slim line logistics. Labels have an adhesive backing; once peeled they can be attached to any item. Packages can be built using Micro ID, Crypto RF, Mifare and I-CODE, ISO 15693 or ISO14443 A/ B protocol.

Dual Interface IC family fully supports both contact and contactless smart card transactions on a single chip, ensuring high security and convenience for users. MIFARE® Architecture Platform covers 90% of the contactless smart card market. ISO14443 A protocol.

Coins & Discs packaging can be seen in many casinos around the world where fraud can be a problem. Contactless Coins or Discs can be identified easily and quickly. Packages can be built using Micro ID, Crypto RF, Mifare and I-CODE, ISO 15693 or ISO14443 A/ B protocol.

Key fobs packaging can be seen on many key chains people carry. While many Keyfobs are used for controlling the lock system on your car there are a great many payment applications that work well with this package. Packages from Micro ID, Crypto RF, Mifare and I-CODE, ISO 15693 or ISO14443 A/ B protocol.