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05Jan2017

Highly Secure RFID Hackproof Protocols Coming Soon

Problems related to RFID tag that help in identification of mobile phones, credit cards etc. will be soon solved. New RFID protocols with improved safety features are designed and tested by researchers in Singapore. Li Yingjiu, Associate Professor of Singapore Management University, claimed that even a small flaw in RFID application can leak out essential
  • 5 Jan, 2017
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17Jun2015

Manchester Team Prints Graphene RFID Antenna on Paper

  Researchers from the University of Manchester have invented something wonderful with graphene. Along with graphene manufacturer BGT Materials they have used compressed graphene ink to print an RF antenna measuring 14cm x 3.5mm onto a piece of paper. The team ensured that the antenna performs well and is enough for the use of RFID
  • 17 Jun, 2015
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11Jun2015

RFID Chips In Windshields

  RFID: Now it’s really simple to detect illegal cars with the help of RFID tags. This discovery has made anti-fraud detection possible in all sorts of other businesses as well. Bolivia has made RFID chips mandatory on every car. The government allowed gas stations to read those tags for catching registration scofflaws and other
  • 11 Jun, 2015
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01Jun2015

Chipless RFID tag set to kill off the barcode

  Imagine shopping without waiting in queues. Till now, it has just been a dream. But soon, it’s going to be a reality and legal. Australian researchers are developing a "smart label" that can replace barcode. The invention can revolutionise shopping experience in retail markets. Associate Professor Nemai Karmakar from Monash University has developed new
  • 1 Jun, 2015
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