- Posted by doEEEt Media Group
- On May 27, 2021
RFID Explained in Detail
In this video, RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) Technology has been explained. What is RFID, what is inside this RFID system, how RFID works, and application of RFID have been explained?
What is RFID?
RFID is a technology which works on radio frequency and it is used for the auto-identification for the different object. The RFID system mainly consists of two parts.
1) RFID Reader or Interrogator
In this RFID system, this RFID reader continuously sends radio waves of a particular frequency. If the object, on which this RFID tag is attached is within the range of this radio waves then it sends the feedback back to this RFID reader. And based on this feedback, RFID reader identifies the object.
2) RFID Tags
RFID tags: Now, three different kinds of RFID tags are commercially available.
- Passive tags
- Active tags
- Semi-passive tags
These passive tags do not have any power supply. They used to get their power from the incoming radio waves from the Readers. While active tags have a power source for their internal circuitry. And for sending the response to the reader also, it uses its own power supply. In the case of semi-passive tags, they have a power supply for internal circuitry, but for sending the response it relies on the radio waves received from the Reader.
This RFID system is mainly operated in three frequency bands.
- LF: Low-Frequency band
- HF: High-Frequency band
- UHF: Ultra High-Frequency band
The exact frequency of operation varies from country to country.
Most of the RFID systems operate on any of these two principles.
- Load Modulation
- Backscattered Modulations
Applications of RFID:
- Institutions: Library, Hospitals, Schools, and Colleges
- Transportation and Logistics
- Access Control
- Animal Tracking
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