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RFID Complete :: What is RFID?

RFID is Radio Frequency Identification. In its basic form, RFID is a means of uniquely identifying an entity (person, object, animal etc.) by storing and retrieving information through electromagnetic transmission to an RF compatible integrated circuit. The basic system consists of a tag or transponder that is programmed to carry a unique identification code, a reader or interrogator, an antenna and a "savant" or host computer to process the data and communicate interesting information to back-end applications. First used in World War II for tracking friendly/enemy planes, RFID technology has been around for decades, but it has been too expensive for many consumer applications. That has changed. RFID has become affordable enough that it may soon be used to tag even items such as toothpaste and bars of soap.
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