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[RFID] HOW DO I SELECT THE CHIP FOR AN RFID CL1 GEN 2 CHIP? - RF Cafe Forums

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Post subject: [RFID] HOW DO I SELECT THE CHIP FOR AN RFID CL1 GEN 2 CHIP? Posted: Wed Aug 31, 2005 6:53 pm
I need to select a chip to serve the target market for high volumes EPC Global for pallets and cases. Therefore before facing the antenna problems, I should select the chip that I want to use for different labels. Is there a selection criteria (a table, critical parameter list, and other)?

- Are the logical blocks critical?
- Is the RF/Mixed signal design critical?
- Are the NVM architecture and cell type critical?
- Is the activation energy and power consumption critical? If yes, how do manufacturers spec the power consumption?
- Should I prefer copper technology or aluminum just works fine?
- Is this only a price game or there will be a "high-quality" offer for Class 1 Gen 2 tags? How do I define "high-quality?"
- Any other idea or place in the Internet where I can get the answers?

Thanks!



Posted  11/12/2012
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