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Eko Prasetyo,

Internet of Things (IOT) is the concept where all physical entities such as vehicle, buildings, furniture, home appliance, and others are connected. Through this connection, they will be able to collect data as well as exchange them to one and another. To make this connection possible, these entities employ software, actuators, sensor, electronics part, or internet connectivity which is embedded in them. As a result, these devices will be able to be controlled and accessed remotely through the network infrastructure. And to make it possible, device and connection used involve a lot. Especially for the way connection will be conducted, there are several possible ones. For example, we can take a look at RFID. With the high number of application, RFID technology could be the main connection to support IOT concept. So, at what field we can find RFID Technology Applications? Here is the explanation of it.

RFID Technology Knowledge Base

1. What is the use of RFID?

Radio frequency identification (RFID) is one method for Automatic Identification and Data Capture (AIDC). RFID tags are used in many industries. An RFID tag attached to an automobile during production can be used to track its progress through the assembly line. Pharmaceuticals can be tracked through warehouses. (via wiki)

2. What is the RFID technology?

Radio-frequency identification. Radio-frequency identification (RFID) is the wireless use of electromagnetic fields to transfer data, for the purposes of automatically identifying and tracking tags attached to objects. The tags contain electronically stored information.

3. What is meant by RFID reader?

A radio frequency identification reader (RFID reader) is a device used to gather information from an RFID tag, which is used to track individual objects. Radio waves are used to transfer data from the tag to a reader. via techopedia

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RFID Technology Applications

RFID Technology ApplicationsCompared to the other kinds of connection method such as NFC, Bluetooth, WLAN, Zigbee, and others, RFID may have the most dominant usage. We can find it everywhere in almost every aspect of life. In industry, security, monetary, communication, home appliance, or even simple things such as furniture is nowadays using RFID technology. The development of it is also massive.

Every period of time, we can see the new progress of RFID technology. This is including the variation of the existing ones, or the whole new kind of RFID technology. Therefore, this this subject will always be something interesting to discuss. And before jumping up to the RFID Technology Applications, here we are going to talk about what RFID really is in brief.

Radio-frequency Identification, or commonly known as RFID, is the kind of technology that employs electromagnetic fields to track as well as to identify tags which is attached to a certain object. This process is commonly called as the “reading” process. RFID reader will read the tag by employing electromagnetic field in order to gain the information from the tag. The tag itself is divided into two kinds, the active and passive one.

Active tag has its own power source, so it can transfer the information even from the hundreds of meters range. While for the passive one, it gains the power from nearby reader. So, it will active only when the Reader interrogates it with radio waves. With this simple and usable principle, this technology has been used virally among the world. And in order to explain you about this matter, here is the explanation about some RFID Technology applications.

Applications of RFID Technology in Maintenance Systems

RFID Technology ApplicationsOne promising RFID technology application is on the maintenance system. Especially due to the effective identification function of RFID by using radio waves, the management system will be more structured, systematic, and accurate. Moreover, RFID also allow data transfer between objects without even need the physical contact.

With this functionality, we can decrease human intervention on the data flow. So at the end, it can reduce the risk of losses, missed information, and other things that could cause the data are not well delivered. With this functionality, RFID technology has been used in many fields of management. Some of them are military, location tracking, security, health, maintenance, and transportation.

Read also : RFID Application in Healthcare

RFID Technology for Downhole Well Applications

RFID Technology ApplicationsWell this one is new and interesting though. In the middle of energy crisis, RFID technology comes with solution in the Downhole Well industry. This is one of the RFID Technology Applications that is possibly the answer of increasing oil and gas production to provide a better life.

Currently, engineers are using the current RFID technology to help them enhancing field inspection as well as managing oil rigs safety compliances. It is good news for our sustainability of energy.

In its application, engineer place RFID tag in the casing or drill string. And when the correct code is identified in the specific downhole location, a subsequent conveyed reader will perform a certain operation.

Moreover, engineer also configures downhole tool with RFID reader. This tool will be actuated when the reader identified unique identification code from the tag in certain area inside the downhole.

RFID Technology and Its Applications in Internet of Things

Well, we already mentioned before that one of the benefits of RFID technology applications is on the boosting the concept of Internet of things. And interestingly, RFID is considered as the main player of this concept compared to the other kinds of connection. This is due to the high variety of it. RFID runs in various frequency and modulation. It is different for each country standards.

In Indonesia for example, nowadays it uses 13.567 – 30.0 MHz and 923 – 925 MHz frequency range. While for some other countries, the standard might be different. In Brazil for example, it uses 915-928 MHz, 902-928 MHz, and 902-907.5 MHz frequency range. On the other hand, Japan uses the different one, which is 902-928 MHz frequency. And these standards are so dynamic. The local authorities keep improving it to be complied with the current society’s needs.

Another reason for this technology to be the main supportive connection in IOT concept is the highly applicable level of it. We understand that the IOT concept tries to connect as much as possible physical entities. And RFID technology is the most possible connection to adopt this principle. Unlike other kinds of connection such as WLAN or Bluetooth which has limited application, RFID is different. It can be applied in industry, monetary, security, home appliance, even for simple things such as furniture.

RFID Technology Business Applications

RFID Technology ApplicationsTalking about RFID Technology Applications, business might be the one that is affected a lot. If we follow the traditional believe, where business is all about profits, then RFID technology must be the key of success. Possibility of full automation which is offered by RFID is the answer.

The application of this technology in several kinds of business such as logistic, security, selling, and data management are the examples. And apparently, all these applications result on something better. It results on better management, decreasing cost, higher productivity, and lower risk which will affect on the increasing margin of business.

RFID Technology Application in Container Transportation

RFID Technology Applications now has touched the container transportation industry. With development of communication technology, the container transportation seems to be affected too. And it’s good news that this thing impacts on something better and better in this industry. Remembering that this kind of transportation plays a really big role, especially in logistic, so more refreshment and updates are needed.

This is where RFID technology takes part. This technology seems to improve some aspects in here. With the application of it, we will not see the traditional ways of information management, cargo transport, container yards, container recognition, as well as container circulation. The RFID automation will remove them all to be something accurate, efficient, and effective.

RFID Technologies Supply-Chain Applications and Implementation Issues

RFID Technology ApplicationsOne main point of RFID Technology Applications is on Supply-Chains management. This is strengthened by a publication by Rebecca Angeles that states RFID technology offers more promising ways to close the information gaps in Supply-Cain. This is especially adopted in Retail and Logistic industry.

By employing the automatic electronic identification, RFID technology will help this industry to reduce cost. This is due to the effectiveness of it in reducing man intervention since physical contact is no longer needed. Moreover, combining RFID and automation system will also be beneficial in reducing pilferage, damage, theft, and losses. Therefore, it will result on the efficient identification of goods.

With the increasing numbers of application, RFID technology will definitely bring a better life. But, the main point here is not only emphasizing on the development of the technology itself. It should also involve the user of this technology. So, as a user, we should be more aware, and sensitive to what might caused by this technology, and how to use it in proper ways.

However, the possibility of abuse will always be there. But, with more responsibility, we believe that the RFID technology applications will bring nothing other than good. And at the end of this writing, we hope that the information above could be helpful, and beneficial for you in understanding RFID technology applications in a deeper point of view.

What You Need to Know about the Difference between RFID and NFC

Eko Prasetyo,

Well, we have talked a lot about RFID technology previously. We have talked about NFC technology too. And in our previous article, it is stated that actually, NFC technology is a part of RFID. Then, if it’s so, why do we bother by making a certain classification for it instead of making NFC and RFID in a single category? The answer is because there are some points on these technologies that are different.  And even though they use the similar principles, there are several aspects that are different. So, what is the difference between RFID and NFC? Here is the explanation about it.

Read more about RFID in: Understanding RFID Reader: What It Is & How Does It Work

The Difference between RFID and NFC

What You Need to Know about the Difference between RFID and NFCBasically, RFID and NFC are having similar principle. Both of them work by employing the radio WAVES. In RFID, the system consists of three main components. It is a tag, an antenna, and a reader. While in NFC, there will be only a tag and a reader. On both technologies, the reader has a duty to interrogate the tag by sending signal. With this signal, the tag will respond by sending the information needed. And here is where we can see the difference between RFID and NFC, especially on how the communication between reader and tag happens.

The Tag Operation of RFID and NFC

Here is the first difference between RFID and NFC, on the communication between tags. In RFID, the tag can be divided into passive and active. Unlike the passive, active one has its own power source, so it can transfer signal in 100 meters range. With this wide range of signal transferring, active RFID tag is effective for large scale of industry. Further, both active and passive tag will respond by sending the information after receive interrogation signal from the reader. This is the signal that is transmitted through the antenna in the reader.

Read more about NFC in our previous article here.

In the case of NFC, you will have something more advance than that. Even though NFC operates in the same frequency with RFID, 13.56 MHz, but their technical operation is different. There is no antenna needed by NFC to operate. Further, the NFC devices are also able to act as both reader and tag. This is where NFC comes simpler than RFID. And with this characteristic, NFC technology will be perfect to be applied in some aspects, especially for the mobile commerce. And more interestingly, NFC reader is also able to read RFID tag which complied with ISO 15693.

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Getting Easy with “Tap and Go” Function of NFC Network

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Have you ever wondered how instant tap-and-go services such as Google wallet and Apple Pay work? Instead of magic, these kinds of services can be explained scientifically.  And the answer is NFC (Near Field Communication) technology. So, what NFC network actually is and how does it work? Here is the brief explanation about it.
What is NFC Network.

Getting Easy with "Tap and Go" Function of NFC NetworkIf we refer to the Internet of Things (IoT) concept, we can say that NFC network is the technology that will really support the mass application of it. By employing NFC, devices such as Smartphone and Tablets will be able to communicate with others within the range. We have talked about DASH7 Network previously, right? This is the very similar technology with NFC. They both are basically an RFID network and used to connect two devices or more within the range. But, the different between them comes especially in term of the range. DASH7 has much wider range than NFC which is only about 4 cm or 2 inches. That’s why in using NFC, you should tap both devices in such a close distance.

Read more about DASH7 Network in here.

While in its operation, you will find something simple in the NFC network operation.  NFC chip and module operate as wireless link. Whenever one passive chip (tag) is activated by another active chip (reader or interrogator), automatically, there will automatic data transfer between these two chips. This is when the NFC communication happened. With this communication, NFC technology can identify us by our NFC-enabled devices or cards.

Further, this communication is not only happens in one ways. But, the two ways communication between two active devices is also possible. Then, what makes this NFC Network communication is interesting? It is because of ease, and simplicity it offers. As we know, to do this communication, there is no pairing code is needed. You don’t even need to get through several connection-setting procedures. And more importantly, this connection only needs low power amount. It’s so simple, convenient, fast, and economical.

The Application of NFC Network

The application of NFC network has been viral since many years ago. The most familiar application is on the credit card for contactless payment system. While for other a[placations, they are developed constantly from time to time to achieved the ideality of this technology. And to give you clearer view about it, here is some example of NFC technology in the daily life.

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RFID Obamacare: Tagging People, Really? Is That Appropriate?

Eko Prasetyo,

The development of RFID technology is getting massive. Now we can found this technology applied in almost every sector of life such as healthcare, logistic, security, communication, and others. Indeed, this technology helps a lot. Many jobs are done perfectly without risking too much effort. And at the end of the day, the use of this technology has been succeeding to increase productivity of the people. But, recently, there is an issue that shocked us all, especially for the citizen of America. This is due to the US government’s plan to implant RFID chip, which is popularly known as RFID Obamacare chip, in its citizen.
rfid obamacare tagging people really is that appropriate
How RFID Tag works in here.

Of course, it caused a big debate back then, especially when it comes to the moral aspect of this policy. Some people think that this RFID Obamacare application is a myth, or just the reflection of people’s paranoia. But, the others are strongly believe that this technology is a fact and still in on-going developmental process. And the worst part of it, the application of this chipis still in a gray area, whether this RFID Obamacare is mandatory to be implanted in all citizens, or only for the volunteers. It’s all just left public rolling around in confusion.

Where the RFID Obamacare Rumor Comes from

RFID Obamacare: Tagging People, Really? Is That Appropriate?The rumor about RFID Obamacare chip implantation was firstly spread in the internet, emails, forum, and other kinds of mass media. This rumor has the strong relation with the America’s Affordable Health Choices Act of 2009 HR 3200. This HR3200 is actually a bill that was introduced to U.S. House of Representatives in July 2009. In this bill, there is a statement that stated that the government allow the data collection of outcomes data and post market safety through class II devices.

This statement is found in the section 519 which regulates the Food, Cosmetic Act, and Drug. And it is generally known that FDA has classified RFID chip as Class II device. There is no strict statement that says this RFID chip can be referred to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act HR 3590, or what we call Obamacare. But, however, there is a gap that makes this connection between RFID chip and Obamacare program is actually connected. It can be seen from the section 519 that includes data collection service from Class II devices.

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Get Updated and Get Advanced with DASH7 Smartphone

Eko Prasetyo,

We have talked about DASH7 Network technology in the previous article. We have talked about its application too. But so far, the application we have talked before was more about the general application of it. We haven’t really talked about it specifically. So, in this very occasion, we will talk about DASH7 technology more specific, especially in its application. And to make it more specific, we have chosen one interesting topic, which is the application of DASH7 in smartphone. So, how the DASH7 smartphone will look like? Here is the explanation of it.

get updated and get advanced with dash7 smartphoneThe trend toward smartphone is getting bigger time to time due to its high functionality. As a result, the development process of this device is aggressively busted.

Everything is done to make the smartphone technology can be complied with recent needs of users. One of the examples is by featuring smartphone with the newest technology such as DASH7. And the result is amazing.

DASH7 smartphone has been succeeded in increasing its functionality. Paired with NFC technology, there will be many things that users can do their DASH7 smartphone.

DASH7 Smartphone will be great with the Companion of NFC

Nokia comes as the first phone brand that uses NFC technology, following by Apple, Sony, Samsung, Blackberry, and other vendors. Since then, NFC becomes the new trend in smartphone world with the increasing number of usage. But, why do we need the DASH7 when we have NFC with quite similar functions? This is due to the different functionality of both networks.

This technology will be useful in the application of Internet of Things concept. Read more about IoT in here.

Basically, they are the technologies that will allow your smartphone to connect with other devices. But, both of them have the basic difference in term of range. NFC commonly comes in 10 centimeters range, while DASH7, it could be more than that. The transmission range of DASH7 is up to hundreds of meters. Could you imagine if your smartphone has this wide transmission range? That must be fun.

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DASH7 Network, Connects The Moving With Lower Range and Lower Power Wireless

Eko Prasetyo,

To support the Internet of Things (IoT) concept, now we provide you another network alternative that could be used. This is a DASH7 network. Some of you might already familiar with DASH7 name. But, for the rest, you might not recognize what is DASH7, what it is used for, and how it is operated. And in order to fasten the application of IoT, we think it will be interesting to let you know the detail of this technology. So, for you who are dying for this, please refer to the following explanation.

Read more about Internet of Things concept in here.

What DASH7 Network Actually Is

dash7 network connects the moving DASH7 is a network managed by DASH7 Alliance. And simply, we can say that DASH7 Network is a kind of network with lower range and lower power wireless. Sometimes, it is also called as “instant on” network. In its operation, this wireless communication employs the RFID with Open Source standard.

This is the standard that usually used for Wireless Sensor Networking, or which is usually called WSN. Then, what are the benefits of using this network as a standard? And the answer is related to the battery life of this network. By using it, user will be able to get longer battery life with at least 2 Km of range in Indoor. Moreover, you can also connect this network to a moving object with data transfer reaches 167 kbit/s.

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Bored of Getting Unsecured RFID? Go Using Rubee!

Eko Prasetyo,

The functionality of RFID has been proven with the high number of application in many aspects of life. We can see RFID application in the security, stocking, goods identification, health, and many others. However, it doesn’t mean that this technology has no lack. There are still many lack in RFID technology. Mostly, it is on its inability to get through obstacle such as wall, steel, and others. Therefore, for some aspects, this technology is no longer applicable. That’s why we need some other technology that is able to overcome the lack of RFID effectively. This is where Rubee plays its part.

What is Rubee?

Bored of Getting Unsecured RFID Go Using Rubee!.What is Rubee? This is the typical question of people who just heard this term for the first time. It is because this technology is not as familiar as others such as WiFi, Bluetooth, or even RFID.

Plus, it is only used in the small range of technological field. But, for some people, especially the ones who work in the security system, this term might be so familiar.

Then, what is Rubee actually is? this kind of Radio Frequency technically is a active two-way wireless protocol which employs long wave signal of magnetic. This magnetic signal is used to receive and transfer any kinds of short data package (128 byte) in local network.

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RFID Application in Healthcare: the Better Technology, the Better Health

Eko Prasetyo,

The application of RFID technology has been viral since the first time it was invented in 1971. This thing is due to the high functionality that this technology has. That’s why many people from the different backgrounds are trying to implement this technology into their field. So, we can find the RFID application in several parts of discipline such as education, welfare, communication, transportation, security, etc. But, in this case, we are going to talk about the application of RFID technology in one essential aspect of life, healthcare. Yes, RFID is also applied in the field of healthcare. So, how is the RFID application in healthcare works and how the mechanism of it? Below is the explanation of it.

RFID Application in Healthcare: The Better Technology, the Better HealthIt is generally known that healthcare is industry which needs precision to make sure every single procedure is well-applied. So, the patient safety can be guaranteed.

For over years, healthcare has been using human being to take care of all procedures and make sure that everything is running well. But, the thing about human resources is that they have limitation in several aspects.

That’s what makes us can’t avoid many error possibilities when we’re using human to take care all of the stuffs. So, here comes the idea of employ the RFID application in healthcare industry. And to give you a better view to this matter, gere is the explanation of it.

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Anticipating the Wireless Identity Theft by Knowing It

Eko Prasetyo,

Technology has grown so far, especially in the current modern era. This growth is developed massively, touches every aspect of human life, including for the security. Talking about security, this aspect is terribly needed, especially in the monetary system to secure the assets. Several examples can be seen in many real cases such as high technology safe, protected transaction system, the use of several kinds of monetary card, and others. But, as the security system is increased by the use of modern technology, the theft action is also increased, by employing modernity too. That’s why we often here the term Wireless Identity Theft.

What is Wireless Identity Theft

UntitledWireless Identity Theft is the new way used by theft to steal something, mostly the essential data. Some people call it contactless identity theft since to do the stealing action, the theft doesn’t need to do direct contact with the victim.

This is an action of stealing someone’s personal data information by using wireless mechanics. This illegal action usually targets the essential information stored in the RF-enabled cards such as credit card, ID card, debit card, passport, and others. These are the card that contains RF chip in it, and this chip becomes the target of the theft.

Read more about RFID in: Understanding RFID Reader: What It Is & How Does It Work

Wireless Identity Theft will target the information contain in this chip. They will use certain Radio Frequency to trigger the chip for responding back with slight altered signal. This signal will be encoded and translated into many kinds of important information such as phone number, address, name, PIN number, security numbers, and any other kinds of it. This is of course so threatening for some card holder since this stealing action can be done wirelessly. A wireless identity theft could just access the personal information of someone from a few feet away.

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How RFID Blocking Wallet Could be the Shield of Your Personal Data

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Since the invention of RFID a long time ago, the usage of this technology has grown. From just a simple usage as a goods identifier, now it is applied in so many aspects of life. It is used in the communication technology, automotive, security, as well as the monetary. Not to mention, the use of RFID technology in the monetary aspects has also been viral with the presence of credit card and ATM. But, as this new monetary equipment discovered with its whole security system, the new way of pickpocketing is also developed by using the same technology, RFID. And to anticipate this unfortunate thing happen to you, protecting yourself by using the same technology, RFID Blocking Wallet, could be the best way to take.

Read more about RFID in: Understanding RFID Reader: What It Is & How Does It Work

Why do We Need RFID Blocking Wallet

How RFID Blocking Wallet Could be the Shield of Your Personal Data.(1)The invention of RFID Blocking Wallet is related to the high number of modern pickpocketing. This pickpocketing is not targeting your cash, but it targets the higher amount of cash.

They’re targeting bank account information, credit card, ATM PIN, and other sensitive information. Then, how this new way of pickpocketing technique could possibly happen?

To understand it, we need to know the basic principle of RFID usage in monetary aspects first. So, here is the explanation about it.

Read more aout RFID testing standard in Indonesia in: RFID Testing

How RFID Chip is Used in the Modern Card

Not only on the monetary aspects actually, but the modern pickpocketing also happen to every card with RFID chip embedded in it such as ID card, passports, and driving license. This chip contains essential information about the card.

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What is Fixed RFID Reader and When You Need It

Eko Prasetyo,

The use of RFID reader is getting viral nowadays. Not only because of its functionality, many people think that this device is really helpful for their business in tracking their goods. Therefore, there is no wonder if this kind of technology is used for both small and big scale industries. And as a result, there are so many new inventories on this product to fulfill the needs of the marke, including fixed RFID Reader.

What is Fixed RFID Reader and When You Need ItEven though, nowadays, many manufacturers combine the fixed RFID reader with the mobile one. Therefore, this reader can be used in fixed mode and mobile mode when it’s really needed to be mobile.

However, many manufacturers nowadays also offer fully automated RFID reader. This is the kind of RFID reader that keeps on tracking all of the inventories.

But the thing is the installation of this kind of RFID reader is quite difficult and tricky. Therefore, for any industries, they prefer to choose between mobile RFID reader and the fixed one.

And to help you in deciding when you should choose the fixed RFID reader, here are some circumstances when fixed RFID reader will be absolutely needed for your industry.

Firstly, you need to choose the fixed RFID reader when your industry has no limitation of space and it receives several or many packages each day. Especially when the packages hard-to-red items like small piece clothes and jewelry, Fixed RFID reader will be terribly necessary.

Secondly, you really need to choose fixed RFID reader when the staff in your company doesn’t need to influence in the reading process. Further, as stated before, you need to use this kind of reader when your company has no limitation in space. It is because enough space will make you able to place the fixed RFID reader in a strategic place. Therefore, this reader can read the RFID code more effectively.

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Understanding RFID Reader: What It Is & How Does It Work

Eko Prasetyo,

RFID technology has been used since so many years ago for several purposes. Mainly, it is used in industrial sector to bring ease in identification process. To do this function, this technology is divided into two types, RFID tagging and RFID reader. But, before we go further into this matter, let us talk about the detail of RFID technology first.

Understanding RFID Reader: What It Is & How Does It Work..RFID stands for Radio-Frequency Identification. This technology employs electromagnetic fields to track and identify tagging device that is implanted or attached in an object automatically.

This tag contains information that is stored electronically inside it. And this information will be read by the RFID reader when both devices pass each other.

Unlike barcode that can only read one time by the current device, the RFID tag can be read hundreds of time. The use of these RFID reader and tag are various.

Mostly, these devices are used in several industries such as automobile, pharmaceutical, livestock, Airport, warehouse, logistics, and others.

Technically, RFID technology is divided into two types, they are RFID reader and RFID tag. RFID reader, or usually called interrogator, is defined as a device that gives access between the tag and the software in the enterprise system that needs particular information.

While the tag is an ID system that employs small identification device of radio frequency for the purpose of tracking and identifying.

Both reader and tag work together in pair to provide users the easy-accessed data. There are three types of these pairing system. They are Passive Reader Active Tag (PRAT), Active Reader Passive Tag (ARPT) and Active Reader Active Tag (ARPT). The detail of these systems will be explained in below explanation.

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RFID Testing


RFID TestingWe are going to share about the RFID Testing standard. But before to go to the  topic,  you need to know this first !

In order to sell the products into the market (we mean products which have RFID module embedded).

The product needs to comply with the regulation requirement (approval test standard and technical requirements) of Direktorat Jenderal Sumber Daya dan Perangkat Pos dan Informatika (SDPPI)

What the meaning of RFID ? Based on the wikipedia, Radio-frequency identification (RFID) is the wireless use of electromagnetic fields to transfer data, for the purposes of automatically identifying and tracking tags attached to objects. The tags contain electronically stored information.

Some tags are powered by electromagnetic induction from magnetic fields produced near the reader. Some types collect energy from the interrogating radio waves and act as a passive transponder. Other types have a local power source such as a battery and may operate at hundreds of meters from the reader.

Unlike a barcode, the tag does not necessarily need to be within line of sight of the reader and may be embedded in the tracked object. RFID is one method for Automatic Identification and Data Capture (AIDC) .

Back to the topic :-)

RFID testing in Indonesia, there ate two approval test standards,

  1. RFID with frequency band 13.56 MHz would be tested by Low Power Devices standard Indonesia regulation number 214/DIRJEN/2005
  2. RFID with frequency band 923 MHz – 925 MHz would be tested by regulation number 221/DIRJEN/2007 with the key parameter as below:
Frequency (MHZ)Field Strength (μV/m)Measuring Distance (m)

Some of application products which is embedded of RFID technology such as Electronic Product Code (EPC), warehouse Management System (WMS), Supply Chain Management, payment System, Manufacturing, etc

RFID Testing

The technical requirements of the RFID product must be refer to this regulation (Official regulation in Bahasa) below, and to be sure that the RFID testing would be based on this regulation too.

And we have been translate in English version of this technical requirement as below:

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We though our short explanation about Approval test standard for RFID products clear enough, If you have any question regarding to obtain SDPPI approvals do not hesitate to  contact us