RFID Cards,prelam,inlay,NXP Mifare,NFC
LF 125KHz, HF 13.56MHz, UHF 860-960MHz
Smart cards, RFID
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In 2011 Hansab installed new library system to the Tallinn UNiversity Academic library. This is the first in Estonia and the Baltics UHF (Ultra High Frequency) -based library system. Europe has many libraries that have adopted RFID system solution for the security of the book-rent. Worldwide, the 860-960 MHz UHF RFID CARD reader systems to service only a small number of libraries.The advantage of the sytem is that it is possible to extend and complement the various components. System allows to add self-service solutions that makes returning of books available 24h. Book shelves can be integrated with information systems guides to help find books quickly. System can be expanded with automatic book sorting and transportation systems.
The Director of Tallinn University Academic Library Andres Kollist: “A library that does not keep up with today’s technology will lose its readers. rfid inlayis an evolving technology, which can in the future be used for displaying information about the books or locating books with a smartphone.”
combo cards (Radio-frequency identification) allows visitors to borrow their own publications, return, renew, and in addition the system also acts as a security feature. The system is designed especially for readers' convenience and fast service, leaving the library staff more time to advise readers.
Primary smart cards solutions come from the 1950s, such as reflective markings began to be used for detecting and locating objects. Electronic Component miniaturiseerumine and changing Microscopic created a situation in which in the 1990s became asendavaiks barcodes and RFID solutions to supplement. Pets and domestic animals märgisimplantaadid, electronic door locks 'keys', kaubamärgistused and electronic tickets have been realized using radio tags solutions.
If the UPC codes barcode technology used (Universal Product Code), then the radio tags or rfid inlay'ide is used in the EPC code (Electronic Product Code). Electronic product code information label version of the forward type, label manager, producer and product description of the product class. Complex structure of radio tags can also contain information about ambient temperature, pressure, humidity, etc..
Radio tags have a machine-readable chips to receive and transmit information to the low-frequency band (120-140 kHz), high frequency spectrum (13.5 MHz) or ülikõrgsagedusribas (ca. 850-950 MHz). contactless cardsHigh and ülikõrgsagedusvahemiku are available for both passive and active tags that act like beacons