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RFID tags typically consist of three basic and fundamental components:
The Chip, the antenna and the substrate.

Traceability is the ability to trace an asset and all the processes it goes through, from the acquisition of raw materials to production and consumption.

Active tags bring valuable advantages and features to the industry and enable us to trace far beyond what is known in passive RFID systems.

RFID (Radiofrequency Identification) is technology that allows us to identify almost any object wirelessly using data transmitted through radio waves. 

Want to know the difference between the different types of RFID tags? We talk about passive, semi-passive and active RFID tags and their characteristics.

In this article we will talk about how much does an RFID tag cost, as well as other RFID producs. We try to clarify how much we can spend on our system.

RFID tags are a fundamental component of any internal traceability system. They use radio frequency to transmit the information contained in them to a reader to identify an asset.

Radio frequency identification is a technology that allows us to identify almost any object wirelessly using data transmitted through radio waves. It knows the components that make up an RFID system.

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Welcome to the NextPoints RFID blog. Here you will find articles on a wide range of RFID topics including industry news, procedures, product developments and more. The articles we feature on our blog will target a wide range of readers, from industry experts to hobbyists just starting out with RFID technology, so there is always something to learn. If you strive to always be at the forefront of RFID developments, you can rely on us to provide you with the most complete information available. We greatly appreciate the reader's participation, so if you have additional questions, you can always contact us. If there is something you would like more information about, we welcome suggestions for article topics. We hope you enjoy our blog and find it relevant.

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